A New Spionid (Annelida: Polychaeta) from the Gulf of California
Polydora wobberi sp. nov., is described from Bahia de San Francisquito on the eastern side of Baja California, where it inhabits burrows bored into the white gorgonacean, Lophogorgia sp. It is related to another species of Polydora (in press) which is known only as a commensal within the coenosteum of certain hydrocorals from central California to British Columbia, and to Polydora cavitensis Pillai from the Philippine Islands.
Light, William J.
"A New Spionid (Annelida: Polychaeta) from the Gulf of California,"
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