Preliminary data on population dynamics and genetics of Alitta succinea (Polychaeta: Nereididae) from the Romanian coast of the Black Sea. 37-43. It has also been recorded with small amphipods and polychaetes in it gut contents (National Introduced Marine Pest Information System (NIMPIS), 2006). Munari C; Mistri M, 2006. Pelagic larvae of Black Sea Polychaeta. Maxillary ring of pharynx with conical paragnaths (papillae absent), paragnath counts: Area I: 1-7; Area II: 9-41; Area III: 13-47; Area IV: 15-37. Datasheet report for Alitta succinea (pile worm) KEY : T = Text Section, M = Map, L = List Kingdom Animalia Phylum Annelida ... Subfamily Nereidinae Genus Nereis Species Nereis succinea. Prey selection by the hogchoker, Trinectes maculates (Pisces: Soleidae), along summer salinity gradients in Chesapeake Bay, USA. Micro-CT was performed to the anterior end of a polychaete (Alitta succinea). Detwiler PM; Coe MF; Dexter DM, 2002. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. Mature worms migrate to the water column to reproduce. Mar. Journal of Natural History, 47 (1-2) , 1-50. Marine Biology, 61(1):9-20. Murina VV; Michailova TV, 1994. This is a rather large polychaete worm; it may be almost 20 cm long. Paragnath counts: Area V: 0-4 paragnaths (usually 1-3); VI: 4-19 in a roughly circular group; VII-VIII: 40-74 as a ventral band. (2002) reported that individuals die post spawning. Gainesville, Florida, USA: United States Geological Survey. Short-term influence of recolonisation by the polychaete worm Nereis succinea on oxygen and nitrogen fluxes and denitrification: a microcosm simulation. The authors, however, note that it is possible that these two species have a greater impact than the listed top ten. Application of the exergy method to benthic assemblages of the Valli di Comacchio (Italy): Environmental gradient assessing. 397-409. The last body segment is known as the pygidium. The authors, however, note that it is possible that these two species have a greater impact than the listed top ten. Alitta succinea was one of two (the other being Monocorophium insidiosum) potential domestic target species whose impact potential could not be ranked, as no questionnaires were returned. Show literature. Hydrobiologia, 496:355-360. A. succinea was thought to have a greater impact in coastal Australia than other marine species listed (Hayes et al., 2005). A. succinea is a sedentary worm growing up to 19 cm in length with up to 160 segments, four pairs of tentacles, one pair of palps, one pair of antennae, with the parapodia differing in form from the head to the rear. Chemical and Ecology. CABI is a registered EU trademark. Kennedy, M.K., L. Van Guelpen, G. Pohle, L. Bajona (Eds.) As a fouling species it is commonly found on the underside of ship hulls, particularly in the north-east Pacific (NIMPIS, 2013). Watsonian Vice Counties - 12 mile buffer Ordnance Survey Grids - 10km Countries with sea areas Minimum elevation (in metres) Sensitive Grid size (m) Spatial validity Location ID National Introduced Marine Pest Information System (NIMPIS). Maggiore F, Ceretti G, Ros O de, 2000. Restoration of some parameters in the development of benthos after reduction of anthropogenous loading in the ecosystem of the Sevastopol Bay in the Black Sea. Response of macrobenthic communities to an hydraulic intervention in an enclosed lagoon (Valle di Gorino, Northern Italy). Populations in the North Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea coasts may be native or may … Neanthes succinea (Frey & Leuckart, 1847) is a common nereidid polychaete of both epifaunal and infaunal estuarine habitats. Fong PP, 1987. Many other populations in eastern Asia, Africa, and Central and South America are considered cryptogenic by many authors, though are likely to have been introduced with the advent of intercontinental shipping. National Introduced Marine Pest Information System (NIMPIS), 2006. A. succinea was also found in the mangrove-fouling community at the Colombian Archipelago of San Andres and Old Province, Western Caribbean, and was abundant in Hooker Bay, Colombia (Londoño-Mesa et al., 2002). The putative native range is the Atlantic coast of the Americas, but the species also occurs as an introduced organism along coastal Europe and Africa, in the Black Sea, Caspian and Aral Sea, and southern Australia (Pardo and Dauer 2003, ISSG 2007). Within approximately 36 hours, the eggs develop into small, setigerous two-segmented larvae (Carpelan, 1961 in Tiffany et al., 2002). Habit, Habitat and Distribution of Neanthes Virens: Neanthes Virens is found on the sea- shore in the shallow water in rock crevices, hidden under the stones or sea weeds. Belgian Register of Marine Species. Dorsal notopodial ligule present, markedly elongate and broader on posterior chaetigers. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. Populations in the North Sea, Mediterranean Sea and Black Sea coasts may be native or may have been introduced with the earliest shipping. Biol. Mol. Marine Biology, 129:699-711. Kuhl DL; Oglesby LC, 1979. This worm can reach up to 15 centimeters (6 inches) in length. Taxon tree. Murina V, 1997. Further information on nutrition is found in Cammen (1980) and Fong (1987). Alitta succinea (known as the pile worm or clam worm) is a species of marine annelid in the family Nereididae ( commonly known as ragworms or sandworms). Kuhl and Oglesby (1979) report further information on reproduction and survival. Bulletin of Marine Science, Miami, 60:584-607. Role of the polychaete Neanthes succinea in phosphorus regeneration from sediments in the Salton Sea, California. Prostomium with entire anterior margin. Iheringia Serie Zoologia, 79:121-127. DOI:10.3354/meps293155, CABI, Undated. Dorsal cirrus mid-dorsally to sub-terminally attached to dorsal notopodial ligule on posterior chaetigers (not terminally attached). Mistri M, Ghion F, Modugno S, Rossi R, 2002. Hydrobiologia, 576(1):111-125. Epitoke form from de Spuikom, Oostende, Belgium. Genome size diversity and patterns within the Annelida. Neanthes succinea. Villalobos-Guerrero, T.F. USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Contain. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. Welcome to the India Biodiversity Portal - A repository of information designed to harness and disseminate collective intelligence on the biodiversity of the Indian subcontinent. Reproduction and survival of the pileworm Nereis succinea in higher Salton Sea salinities. Bakken T; Wilson RS, 2005. In: Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database, Gainesville, Florida, USA: United States Geological Survey. Alitta succinea. Alitta succinea (Leuckart, 1847). One pair of frontal antennae, one pair of conical palpostyles. J. Mar. [2] It has been recorded throughout the North West Atlantic, as well as in the Gulf of Maine and South Africa.[1]. The following detailed taxonomic description is taken from Pests and Diseases Image Library (PaDIL). Light's Manual: Intertidal Invertebrates of the Central California Coast. Four pairs of tentacular cirri with distinct cirrophores, longest tentacular cirri extend back to chaetiger 5-7. A. succinea is found from the intertidal zone to subtidal regions, in mud and sand and under rocks or residing on artificial structures. 145-157. Müller, 1776), i.e. National Priority Pests: Part II, Ranking of Australian marine pests. The benthic invertebrates of the Salton Sea: distribution and seasonal dynamics. 1-316. Specimen was stained in 0.3% PTA solution in 70% ethanol for 20 days. Brazilian Journal of Biology, 61(3):409-420. Passamaneck Y; Halanych KM, 2006. Atlantic, North Sea, Barents Sea) Estuaries and brackish areas: Where freshwater meets the sea, and where salinity varies between 35 ppm and <5 ppm (such as the Baltic Sea) Lakes: Freshwater bodies (stagnant, lentic waters) Watercourses: Running water (lotic waters) Coastland Part 1. Neuropodial postchaetal lobe present, at least on some anterior chaetigers, projecting strongly beyond end of acicular ligule, present throughout all chaetigers, digitiform. Prey selection by the hogchoker, Trinectes maculates (Pisces: Soleidae), along summer salinity gradients in Chesapeake Bay, USA. Distribution: North Sea, Channel, Skagerrak, Kattegat. An Alitta succinea in nahilalakip ha genus nga Alitta, ngan familia nga Nereididae. USGS, 2008. Derrick PA; Kennedy VS, 1997. Marine Pollution Bulletin Oxford, 24:593-598. Ahrens M J, Hertz J, Lamoureux E M, Lopez G R, McElroy A E, Brownawell B J, 2001. Iheringia, Sér. Length ca.40 mm. Ambergele zeeduizendpoot - Alitta succinea. Family Nereididae - worms, marine (polychaetes) NEW Marine Life Trivia . The role of digestive surfactants in determining bioavailability of sediment-bound hydrophobic organic contaminants to 2 deposit-feeding polychaetes. May 2007. http://www.nobanis.org/speciesInfo.asp?taxaID=7184. Shalovenkov N, 2005. Soon after they have released their eggs or sperm, they die. Muus BJ, 1967. Zool., Porto Alegre. It is known to be introduced to Australia and the Pacific coast of North America and Hawaii. The infaunal polychaete Allita succinea, also known as the pileworm, is native to the Atlantic coast and now occurs along the coasts off North, Central and South America, Europe, Africa and the Black Sea. Pocklington P; Wells PG, 1992. S'ha trobat a tot Europa i a l'Atlàntic nord-occidental, així com al Golf de Maine i a Sud-àfrica.. Sinònims. A review of the toxicological studies with polychaetous annelids. Neanthes succinea. It is carnivorous as it feeds on small insects, mollusks and worms. Shalovenkov N, 2005. restoration of some parameters in the development of benthos after reduction of anthropogenous loading in the ecosystem of the Sevastopol Bay in the Black Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series. Pesticides should always be used in a lawful manner, consistent with the product's label. It is likely to be more widespread than indicated. http://el.erdc.usace.army.mil/elpubs/pdf/ansrp05-6.pdf. Bemvenuti C E, 1995. Invasive Marine and Estuarine Animals of the Pacific Northwest and Alaska. Exotic marine pests survey Lord Howe Island, New South Wales. The native range of A. succineais thought to be along the Atlantic coast of Europe ( Bakken and Wilson, 2005 ), though it is now present in many parts of the world. Some live in tubular U-shaped burrows lined by mucus in sand or mud at tide level. Poff MJ; Williams GE; McBee JT, 1974. ERMS (European Register of Marine Species), 2006. Fong P P, 1987. Danmarks Fiskeri Havund. Impact of commercial clam harvesting on water column and sediment physicochemical characteristics and macrobenthic community structure in a lagoon (Sacca Di Goro) of the Po River Delta. Synonyms: Alitta succinea (Bakken & Wilson, 2005) Neanthes succinea (Imajima, 1972) Nectoneanthes alatopalpis (Wesenberg-Lund, 1985) Nereis alatopalpis (Wesenberg-Lund, 1949) Nereis limbata (Ehlers, 1868) Nereis succinea (Leuckart, 1847) Potentially Misidentified Species: Alitta acutifolia. Alitta succinea (Leuckart in Frey & Leuckart, 1847) Synonyms . Polychaetes of the mangrove-fouling community at the Colombian Archipelago of San-Andres and Old Province, Western Caribbean. Leatherbarrow J; Ross J; David N; Yee D, 2005. De soort lijkt veel op de Veelkleurige zeeduizendpoot ( Hediste diversicolor). A. succinea, the pile worm, is an aquatic sedentary polycheate annelid that can grow up to 19 cm long. Neuhoff HG, 1979. Alitta succinea undergoes a dramatic morphological change (epitoky) when breeding, … Evol, 40(1):20-28. Macroscopically it is similar to other nereid species occurring in Nordic waters, e.g. Italian Journal of Zoology, 73(3):237-245. Castaldelli G, Mantovani S, Welsh T, Rossi R, Mistri M, Fano E A, 2003. Report this taxon. (2000) reported the presence of A. succinea in the Piave River estuary, North Italy in 1997. The pile worm, Neanthes succinea (Frey and Leuckart). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 212:145-157. 19 cm (7 1/2 in) Phylogeny of nereidids (Polychaeta, Nereididae) with paragnaths. Alitta succinea: Taxonomy navigation › Alitta. In: The Marine Invertebrates of Peggy's Cove - A Contribution to the Marine Invertebrate Diversity Initiative, http://www.fundyforum.com/MIDI/events_and_docs/peggyscove.pdf. Elías R, Rivero M S, Vallarino E A, 2003. Alitta succinea impacts and vectors. 699-711. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated b. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. Biological Bulletin, 157:153-165. Particle size selection in individuals from epifaunal versus infaunal populations of the nereidid polychaete Neanthes succinea (Polychaeta: Nereididae). 93 (3), 309-318. by Smith RI, Carlton J]. Alitta succinea (known as the pile worm or clam worm) is a species of marine annelid in the family Nereididae ( commonly known as ragworms or sandworms). 103-109. Neurochaetae, dorsal fascicle: homogomph spinigers and heterogomph falcigers present (fused falcigers absent). Sewage impact on the composition and distribution of polychaeta associated to intertidal mussel beds of the Mar Del Plata rocky shore, Argentina. [2], Smithsonian Marine Station at Fort Pierce, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Alitta_succinea&oldid=950734110, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 13 April 2020, at 15:26. It impacts on native species through direct competition, but it is also known to alter the composition of the sediments in which it lives. 73 (3), 237-245. ... Habitat. Wallingford, UK: CABI. Ray LR, 2005. http://www.sfei.org/rmp/reports/Contaminant_Fate/05_No394_FateofContaminants.pdf. Notochaetae: homogomph spinigers present (homogomph falcigers absent). Alitta succinea (Leuckart, 1847). Application of the exergy method to benthic assemblages of the Valli di Comacchio (Italy): Environmental gradient assessing. Entry for Neathes succinea. Marine Biology. Alitta succinea. Botto F; Valiela I; Iribarne O; Martinetto P; Alberti J, 2005. Nitrate (umol/L): 0.682 - 9.634. MarBEF Data System. The larvae are planktonic until they reach the 9 to 12 segment stage and then they start to settle in sediments to begin a benthic existence (Tiffany et al., 2002). [3], Planktonic larvae develop, grow into adults and eventually sink to the bottom of the water. Top of page. The native range of A. succineais thought to be along the Atlantic coast of Europe (Bakken and Wilson, 2005), though it is now present in many parts of the world. However, in the Black Sea, A. succinea larvae were collected in open sea from depths of up to 1600 m and up to 125 km from the coast (Murina, 1997). Hydrobiologia, 473:103-120. A Monograph on the Polychaeta of Southern Africa. The main pathway is assumed to be fouling of ships but other potential vectors may include oyster transport, ballast water and bait release. Impact of burrowing crabs on C and N sources, control, and transformations in sediments and food webs of SW Atlantic estuaries. In addition, there are many other reports for e.g. Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Venezia, 51:147-155. Magni P, Micheletti S, Casu D, Floris A, DeFalco G, 2004. & Carrera-Parra, L.F. 2015: Redescription of Alitta succinea (Leuckart, 1847) and reinstatement of A. acutifolia (Ehlers, 1901) n. comb. Ventral cirri single. It also has an ability to aid in the transfer contaminants from the sediment to other marine organisms higher up the food chain, as it can take up and accumulate persistent trace elements and organic contaminants, for example it assimilates methyl-mercury 2-10 times more efficiently than mercury and assimilation increases when A. succinea is exposed to organic-rich sediment (Leatherbarrow et al., 2005). Marine Ecology, Progress Series, 293:155-164. http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/meps/v293/p155-164/. Day JH, 1967. Macroinfauna of a Southern New England salt marsh: seasonal dynamics and production. The worm is a typical surface deposit-feeder, typically emerging at night to feed on detritus and plant material (Gillet et al., 2011). http://www.issg.org/database/welcome/. Ontario, Canada: University of Guelph, 73 pp. Environ. Ser, 1:263-268. It is brown colored at the rear, and reddish-brown on the rest of its body. The head area is darkly pigmented in contrast to the posterior region which is greenish-yellow or pale red, with white or dark spots along the whole length. Neurochaetae, ventral fascicle: heterogomph spinigers and falcigers present. http://www.fundyforum.com/MIDI/events_and_docs/peggyscove.pdf. A. succinea can alter nutrients available in sediments, which affect other sediment dwellers. Sardá R, Foreman K, Valiela I, 1995. Neuropodial prechaetal lobe absent. Muniz P; Venturini N, 2000. Med. lid. Their parapodia enlarge so they can swim. it has one pair of antennae, one pair of palps and 4 pairs of tentacles. Danmarks Fiskeri Havund, 5:1-316. USGS, 2008. Ventral neuropodial ligule present, up to similar to length as acicular neuropodial ligule. De ambergele zeeduizendpoot (Alitta succinea) is een borstelworm uit de familie Nereididae.De soort kan een lengte bereiken van 15 centimeters. Pardo and Dauer (2003) and Bakken and Wilson (2005) state that the known introduced range of A. succinea is along the coast of the Gulf of Mexico and on coasts off North, Central and South America, Europe, Africa, and the Black Sea. Swan BK, 2003. Hayes K; Sliwa C; Migus S; McEnnulty F; Dunstan P, 2005. A Monograph on the Polychaeta of Southern Africa. Depth range based on 787 specimens in 1 taxon. Toxicol, 26:103-109. Italian Journal of Zoology. Oral ring conical paragnaths present (papillae absent), Area V and VI present as distinct groups. Nereis succinea Leuckart in Frey & Leuckart, 1847; References . 105-113. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status inferred from regional distribution. Prog. Weis J S, Weis P, 1994. [3], During lunar phases in the spring and early summer, the clam worm undergoes epigamy. Bartoli M; Nizzoli D; Welsh DT; Viaroli P, 2000. Chemical and Ecology, 19(2-3):161-171. The terms can refer to any one of a number of other species. Microscopically it has a distinct pattern of paragnaths (small chitinous spines on the eversible pharynx), and a… Wetlands Ecology and Management, 10:227-232. San Diego, USA: San Diego State University, 92 p. Swan BK; Watts JM; Reifel KM; Hurlbert SH, 2007. Magni P; Micheletti S; Casu D; Floris A; DeFalco G, 2004. 147-155. A thesis presented to the University of Guelph. http://nas.er.usgs.gov/queries/FactSheet.asp?speciesID=2408, Vary E, 2001. A. succinea lives burrowed in sediment, in burrows in the mud and within dock-fouling communities of local marinas, commonly among masses of barnacles. Bemvenuti CE, 1995. Exotic marine pests survey Lord Howe Island, New South Wales. 106 pp. However, the identity of the species involved has been uncertain; material has been identified as both Alitta succinea and Hediste diversicolor. Maggiore et al. Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Venezia. Australia: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), CSIRO, Bag 10, Clayton South, Victoria, http://www.csiro.au/, Claire Beverley, CABI, Nosworthy Way, Wallingford, Oxon OX10 8DE, UK. It appears to be able to tolerate a range of salinity levels, living in U-shaped burrows in estuarine and marine habitats, and is commonly found in ports and marinas, and in and between mussels and oyster beds. Effects of seasonally varying factors on a Nereis succinea population (Polychaeta, Annelida). Global Invasive Species Database (GISD). Bakken T, Wilson R S, 2005. Tiffany MA; Swan BK; Watts JM; Hurtlbert SH, 2002. Pacific Science. VLIZ Belgian Marine Species Consortium (2010 onwards). Transverse dorsal lamellae absent. Impact of commercial clam harvesting on water column and sediment physicochemical characteristics and macrobenthic community structure in a lagoon (Sacca Di Goro) of the Po River Delta. Errantia. 355-360. view this species on IUCN Red List Gillet P; Surugiu F; Vasile R; Metais I; Mouloud M; Simo P, 2011. Hydrobiologia, 431:165-174. Macroinfauna of a Southern New England salt marsh: seasonal dynamics and production. It is thus highly likely to be further introduced, and all coastal areas not already invaded appear to be at risk from the introduction of A. succinea. In: Aquatic Nuisance Species research Program (ANSRP), http://el.erdc.usace.army.mil/elpubs/pdf/ansrp05-6.pdf. Smith RI; Carlton J, 1975. Pelagic larvae of Black Sea Polychaeta. Derrick P A, Kennedy V S, 1997. Iheringia, Sér. Treated as a synonym by some authors, shown to be a distinct species ranging from … is thought to be along the Atlantic coast of Europe (, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. Japan, Iran and Argentina and elsewhere in southern Africa, east and south-eastern Asia, South and Central America and even the Antartica peninsula. Cammen LM, 1980. 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