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Cephalodiscus planitectus

Cephalodiscus planitectus

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Cephalodiscus planitectus is a sessile hemichordate belonging to the order Cephalodiscida.[1]

Distribution

It is found at a depth of 100–300 metres off the island of Jōgashima, Sagami Bay, Japan.[1]

Anatomy

There are three pairs of arms with tentacles.[1]

Phylogenetics

Cephalodiscus planitectus is the most divergent of all Cephalodiscus species, with Miyamoto, Nishikawa and Namikawa (2020) suggesting that it constitutes a sister group to all existing Cephalodiscus species.[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e Miyamoto N, Nishikawa T, Namikawa H (February 2020). "Cephalodiscus planitectus sp. nov. (Hemichordata: Pterobranchia) from Sagami Bay, Japan". Zoological Science. 37 (1): 79–90. doi:10.2108/zs190010. PMID 32068377. Retrieved 2020-09-17.
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Cephalodiscus planitectus: Brief Summary

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Cephalodiscus planitectus is a sessile hemichordate belonging to the order Cephalodiscida.

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