Sabella spallanzanii is a species of marine polychaete worms in the family Sabellidae. Common names include the Mediterranean fanworm, the feather duster worm, the European fan worm and the pencil worm. It is native to shallow waters in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.
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This is the species record for Sabella spallanzanii which is generally accepted as the lowest biological taxon or classification for this form of life. The record is generally titled using the binomial, or two-part name, constructed from the genus; Sabella, the first part and the species; spallanzanii, the second part.However things are never that straight forward and variation within the.
An essay towards a natural history of the corallines, and other marine productions of the like kind, commonly found on the coasts of Great Britain and Ireland. To which is added the description of a large.
Sabella spallanzanii in uska species han Annelida nga syahan ginhulagway ni Gmelin hadton 1791. An Sabella spallanzanii in nahilalakip ha genus nga Sabella, ngan familia nga Sabellidae. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista.Learn More
Sabella spallanzanii (Gmelin, 1791) Sinonimo; Spirographis spallanzanii (Viviani, 1805) Sabella penicillus Linnaeus, 1767 Serpula penicillus Linnaeus, 1758 Corallina tubularia-melitensis Ellis, 1755. Espesye sa ulod nga singsing nga una nga gihulagway ni Gmelin ni.Learn More
Lectins are present in almost all living organisms and are involved in several biological processes, including immune responses. In the present study, a calcium dependent galactose-binding lectin exhibiting an apparent MW of 43 kDa has been characterized and purified from the mucus of the polychaete Sabella spallanzanii by using both affinity chromatography and high-pressure liquid.Learn More
The marine fan worm, Sabella spallanzanii, is an ecosystem engineering NIS that forms dense filter-feeding canopies on hard substrata and large clumps of individuals in soft sediment habitats.Learn More
Sabella spallanzanii is a species of marine polychaete worms in the family Sabellidae. Common names include the Mediterranean fanworm, the feather duster worm, the European fan worm and the pencil worm. It is native to shallow waters in the northeastern Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. It has spread to various other parts of the world and is included on the Global Invasive Species.Learn More
Responsible for control. Waikato Regional Council and the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) are working together to protect the Coromandel waters you love from Mediterranean fanworm (Sabella spallanzanii).Mediterranean fanworm was found inside Coromandel Harbour on the hull of Auckland-based barges in 2013.Learn More
Sabella Management Programme. Nelson City Council (The Council) has declared by public notice, dated 1 July 2017 (refer below) a small-scale management programme (SSMP) under Section 100V of the Biosecurity Act 1993 (the Act)1. This SSMP relates to the unwanted organism and marine pest Mediterranean fanworm (Sabella spallanzanii), known as Sabella.Learn More
Sabella spallanzanii (Gmelin 1791) Species recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 0.9, World Register of Marine Species, GBIF classification, and Global Register of Introduced and Invasive Species.Learn More
Sabella is a genus of marine polychaete worm. Members of this genus are filter feeders and there are about ninety species. They live in tubes made of mud that project from the sand surface. They have a crown of feathery tentacles that protrude when the animal is submerged but are retracted when the animal is above water.Learn More
Sabella pavonina Savigny, 1820 The peacock worm (Sabella pavonina) is a marine polychaete worm belonging to the family Sabellidae. It occurs along the coasts of Western Europe and the Mediterranean. It is found in shallow, tidal waters with a bed of mud, sand or gravel. Synonyms: Sabella longibranchiata Quatrefages, 1866 Sabella pavonia (auct.Learn More
Classification and nomenclator of gastropod families. Malacologia: International Journal of Malacology, 47(1-2). ConchBooks: Hackenheim, Germany. ISBN 3-925919-72-4. 397 pp. Calvo, M. and Templado, J. (2005). Reproduction and sex reversal of the solitary vermetid gastropod Serpulorobis arenarius.Learn More
First Report of Sabella spallanzanii (Gmelin, 1791) (Annelida: Polychaeta) from Botany Bay, New South Wales, a northern range extension for the invasive species within Australia. Murray A, Keable SJ.Learn More