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Abstract

THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE ALIEN GASTROPOD Melibe viridis (KELAART, 1858) (OPISTOBRANCHIA: TETHYIDAE) IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SHORES OF TURKEY

In this study, distribution of Melibe viridis (Kelaart, 1858) which is an alien dendronotacean nudibranch (Gastropoda) in Turkish Mediterranean Shores is determined. This mollusc was observed on a soft sediment bottom (sandy) covered with algal beds mainly composed of Ace-tebulum acetebularia, neptun grass (Penicillus capitatus) and the invasive chlorophyta Cau-lerpa scallpeliformis. One specimen of M. viridis was observed during SCUBA diving activity in Konyaaltı beach at a depth of 12 meters, 4 September 2011, in the Gulf of Antalya.


Author(s): Yaar Ă–ZVAROL

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