Antennata

Antennata

[‚an·tə′näd·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
An equivalent name for the Mandibulata.
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antennata were found, but these were much less abundant.
Tesslinia Pasteels, 1951 afra (Enslin, 1913) Trisodontophyes Enslin, 1911 aethiopica Koch, 2001 angustata Enslin, 1913 antennata Koch, 2001 ater (Konow, 1907) diversa Koch, 2001 funebris Pasteels, 1949 inaequalis Koch, 2001 malaisei (Forsius, 1932) montana Koch, 2001 nigroflava Enslin, 1911 robertibuyssoni (Schulz, 1906) robusta Forsius, 1930 schoutedeni Forsius, 1934 semisplendens Koch, 2001 serrula Koch, 2001 singularis Koch, 2001 splendens Koch, 2001 tibialis Enslin, 1913 triplicata Forsius, 1934 tristis Forsius, 1934 ugandae Koch, 2001
The most widely distributed species appeared to be Chloeia viridis, Eurythoe complanata, Eunice antennata, Glycera tesselata and Platynereis bicanaliculata, all of them mobile species, commonly found in hard substrates.
Looking at the faunistic similarities, the islands of Espiritu Santo (29), Coronado (20) and Angel de la Guarda (16), located in the western region of the Gulf of California, are characterized by populations where Eunice antennata, Eunice biannulata, Platynereis bicanaliculata and Marphysa sanguinea dominate; the islands of Asuncion (7) and Cedros (5) of the western part of Baja California, are associated due to the presence of the Amphinomid Eurythoe complanata; and the islands Maria Madre (10), Del Carmen (21) and Tiburon (33), whose similarity results from the records brought out by this study (which basically includes soft bottom species) albeit also related by the presence of two of the widely distributed species Chloeia viridis and Eunice antennata.
antennata Newstead was shown to bite man and lizards (6,27).