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This paper deals with a new species of Myrianida collected from Rhodes Island at 1 m depth among algae in April 2014. This new species is mainly characterized by having flattened dorsal cirri; high number of falcigers in parapodia; a trepan with 16 unequal teeth; and a brownish patch (in fixed specimen) on dorsum of each segment. Individuals are at the stage of reproduction, with developing stolons.
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