Diacria trispinosa

Diacria trispinosa (Blainville, 1821)

Diacria trispinosa by Russell Hopcroft UAF-NOAA-CoML
reproduced with permission from (www.cmarz.org)

Taxonomy

 

Superdomain

Biota  

 

Kingdom

Animalia  

 

Phylum

Mollusca  

 

Class

Gastropoda  

 

Subclass

Heterobranchia  

 

Infraclass

Euthyneura  

 

Subterclass

Tectipleura  

 

Order

Pteropoda  

 

Suborder

Euthecosomata  

 

Superfamily

Cavolinioidea  

 

Family

Cavoliniidae  

 

Genus

Diacria  

 

Species

Diacria trispinosa  (Blainville, 1821)

 
 Classification according to Bouchet et al. (2017)
Taxonomic source: World Register of Marine Species (AphiaID: 139045).
Synonyms

  • Cavolinia trispinosa (Blainville, 1821)
  • Cleodora compressa Souleyet, 1852
  • Cleodora infundibulum Wood S., 1842
  • Diacria atlantica Dupont in Bontes & van der Spoel, 1998
  • Diacria gracilis Rampal, 2002
  • Diacria maculata Bleeker & van der Spoel, 1988
  • Diacria rampalae Dupont, 1979
  • Diacria rampali Dupont, 1979
  • Diacria rubecula Bontes & van der Spoel, 1998
  • Diacria trispinosa heterocolorata Rampal, 2002
  • Hyalaea depressa Bivona Ant., 1832
  • Hyalaea mucronata Quoy & Gaimard, 1827
  • Hyalaea reeveana Dunker, 1853
  • Hyalaea trispinosa Blainville, 1821 (original)
  • Hyalaea trispinosa var. minor Boas, 1886

Description

Biology

Etymology

  • Diacria. From Greek preposition “dia”, through, between, across, by + “akron”, highest point.
  • Trispinosa. From Latin “tres”, three + “spina”, thorn, spine, prickle.

Distribution

Known georeferenced records of the species: Diacria trispinosa
Sources:
: OBIS
: GROC 2010-2011
: Enric Madrenas
: João Pedro Silva
: Bernard Picton
: GBIF.ORG
: OPK
: VIMAR
: Manuel Ballesteros.
: M@re Nostrum
: Altres fonts
: Marine Regions

References for the species: Diacria trispinosa

    Azores: Bontes and Van der Spoel (1998). Canarias: Bontes and Van der Spoel (1998). Azores: Bontes and Van der Spoel (1998). Galicia: Vayssière (1915), Rolán (1983), Urgorri and Besteiro (1983). Portugal: Hidalgo (1917), Locard (1897, as Calvolinia trispinosa, bathyal), Nobre (1938-40), Rampal (2002). Gibraltar: Hidalgo (1917). Andalucía (Med.): Rampal (1968, 2002), Templado et al. (1986), Peñas et al. (in press). Levante: Vives (1966). Canarias: Odhner (1932), Hernández et al. (1991), Hernández, Ferrandis and Lozano Soldevilla (1993), Lozano-Soldevilla and Hernández (1991), Ortea et al. (2001), Moro et al. (2003).

    Sources: Cervera et al., 2004, Ballesteros, 2007 & 2016, McDonald, 2006 and other sources.

Abundance

    Western Mediterranean:0 out of 5 stars
    Eastern Mediterranean:0 out of 5 stars
    Atlantic Ocean:0 out of 5 stars
Month

This chart displays the monthly observation probability for Diacria trispinosa based on our own records.

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Bibliography

    Ballesteros, M., Madrenas, E., & Pontes, M. (2020). OPK - Opistobranquis [Reference]. Retrieved January 2, 2019, from https://opistobranquis.info/
    Bontes, B., & van der Spoel, S. (1998). Variation in the Diacria trispinosa group, new interpretation of colour patterns and description of Di rubecula n sp. Bulletin Zoölogisch Museum Universiteit van Amsterdam 16 (11): 77-87.
    Cervera, J. L., Calado, G., Gavaia, C., Malaquías, M. A. E., Templado, J., Ballesteros, M., … Megina, C. (2004). An annotated and updated checklist of the opisthobranchs (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from Spain and Portugal (including islands and archipelagos). Boletín Instituto Español de Oceanografía, 20 (1-4): 1-111. L.
    de Blainville, H. M. (1821). Hyale, Hyalæa (Malacoz.), pp. 65-83, in: Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles (F. Cuvier, ed.), vol. 22. Levrault, Strasbourg & Le Normant, Paris.
    Dupont, L. (1979). Note on variation in Diacria Gray, 1847, with descriptions of a species new to science, Diacria rampali nov spec, and a forma new to science, Diacria trispinosa forma atlantica nov forma. Malacologia, 18: 3752, 3 tabs, 10 figs.
    Flanders Marine Institute. (2018). Maritime Boundaries Geodatabase: Territorial Seas. Retrieved from http://www.marineregions.org/
    Frank, B. et al. (1998, 2014). Diacria trispinosa accessed through: JaxShells.org on 2014-12-14. Retrieved from http://www.jaxshells.org/bri.htm
    García-Gómez, J. C., Cervera, J. L., García, F. J., Ortea, J. A., García-Martin, S. F., Medina, A., & Burnay, L. P. (1991). Resultados de la campaña internacional de biología marina “Algarve 88”: moluscos opistobranquios. Bollettino Malacologico 27 (5-9): 125-138.
    Hidalgo, J. C. (1917). Fauna malacológica de España, Portugal y las Baleares. Trabajos Del Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales. Serie Zoología (Madrid) 30: 752 Pp.
    Long, S. J. (2006). Bibliography of Opisthobranchia 1554-2000. Bayside Books & Press, Tustin, CA, U.S.A. 672p.
    McDonald, G. (2009). Bibliographia Nudibranchia. 2nd Online Edition, Annotated. 1072 pp  Institute of Marine Sciences, University of California, Santa Cruz. Retrieved from http://escholarship.org/uc/item/8115h0wz
    Moro, L., Martín Esquivel, J. L., Garrido Sanahuja, M. J., & Izquierdo Zamora, I. (2003). Lista de especies marinas de Canarias (algas, hongos, plantas y animales). Consejería de Política Territorial y Medio Ambiente del Gobierno de Canarias.
    Pafortvan Iersel, T. (1982). Variation in Diacria trispinosa (De Blainville, 1821) and Clio pyramidata Linnaeus, 1767 (Pteropoda, Mollusca) of the Amsterdam Mid North Atlantic Plankton Expedition 1980. Beaufortia, 32(6): 97115, 6 Tabs, 8 Figs, 1 Pl.
    Peñas, A., Rolán, E., Luque, A., Templado, J., Rubio, F., Moreno, D., & Sierra, A. (2006). Moluscos marinos de la zona de la isla de Alborán. Iberus, Supplement 6.
    Rolán, E. (2005). Malacological Fauna From The Cape Verde Archipelago. Part 1, Polyplacophora and Gastropoda. ConchBooks, Frankfurt, Germany.
    Templado, J., & Villanueva, R. (2010). Checklist of Phylum Mollusca. pp. 148-198 In Coll, M., et al., 2010. The biodiversity of the Mediterranean Sea: estimates, patterns, and threats. PLoS ONE 5(8):36pp.
    Valdés, A., Hamann, J., Behrens, D. W., & DuPont, A. (2006). Caribbean sea slugs: a field guide to the opisthobranch mollusks from the tropical northwestern Atlantic. Washington: Sea Challengers Natural History Books. 289 pp.
    van der Spoel, T. S. (1982). Intermediates between Diacria trispinosa and D. rampali (Mollusca, Pteropoda). Basteria, 46(5-6): 121-123, 1 tab., 2 figs.
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    Bibliography based on the works by Steve Long, 2006. Bibliography of Opisthobranchia 1554-2000 and Gary McDonald, 2009. Bibliographia Nudibranchia, with later updates from other resources.

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Cite this article as:

Ballesteros, Manuel, Enric Madrenas, Miquel Pontes (2012-2020) "Diacria trispinosa" in OPK-Opistobranquis, Published: 16/10/2014, Accessed: 06/04/2020 at (https://opistobranquis.info/en/6ZMTy)

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