By Louis S. Kornicker
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Published through the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic learn Series.
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Firstparapodium, posteriorview. d. Firstparapodium,anteriorview. e. Secondparapodium, anteriorview. f. Medianparapodium, anteriorview. g. Subacicular seta. h. Pectinate hook. i. Hooksfrom first parapodium(one on right removed from chaeta 51 g b c d . 05 tn• 52 BIOLOGY OF THE ANTARCTIC KEY TOTHEHyalinoeciaSPECIES FROM ANTARC'rilE AND SUBANTARCTIC WATERS SEAS XXI New Zealandare disjunctfrom otherknownstocksof H. tubicola:Onein the northeastAtlantic (from the North Sea to the Mediterranean Eyespresent(Plate 11, fig.
29 (in part). Onuphis(Nothria) lepta;Averincev,1972, p. 175 (in part:not Chamberlin,1919). Onuphisdorsalis;Averincev, 1972, p. AKNI/171 only). Onuphis(Nothria) notialis;Averincev, 1972, p. 178 (in part). Kinbergonuphis antarcticaWu, Wang, andWu, 1987, p. 37, pl. 1. Kinbergonuphis fauchaldiWu, Wang, andWu, 1987, p. 37, pl. 2. Records. AKNI/171, AKNI/229, ELT*/138, ELT*/268, ELT*/480, OBRV/228, OBRV/230. Remarks. ELT*/135, OBRV/121, Four of the samplesreported by Hartman [1967a] (ELT*/135, ELT*/138, ELT*/268, ELT*/480) as 'Nothria notialis' come from rather deep water (1437-3734 m), beyondthe bathymetric range of that species.
Discussion. One specimen recorded as Hyalinoecia sp. by Hartman [1967a] from the South Georgiashelfwasreexaminedandfoundto be a juvenile of K. notialis. Tentacularcirri are present. Anterior hooks are pseudocomposite and tridentateor subtridentate and occuron setigers1-3. Ventral cirfi are cirriformon setigers1-4. Branchiaeare absent. Subacicularhooksbegin on setiger14. The genus Hyalinoeciais not knownto occurin the SouthGeorgia shelf. Distribution. Validated records from the South Shetlandand SouthOrkney islands.
Biology of the Antarctic Seas XXI by Louis S. Kornicker