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Scientific:
   Cantharus cancellarius (cancellate cantharus) 
   Cantharus multangulus (ribbed cantharus) 
   Pollia auritula (gaudy cantharus) 
   Pollia ringens (Ringed Cantharus) 
   Pollia sanguinolentus (Measle-mouth Cantharus) 
   Pollia tincta (tinted cantharus) 

Broader Terms:
   Buccinidae 
   Centrarchidae (sunfishes) 
   Lethrinidae (scavengers) 
   Nemipteridae (threadfin breams) 
   Pisaniinae 
   Sparidae (porgies) 
   Unassigned foraminiferan 

More Specific:
   Cantharus aeneus 
   Cantharus albozonatus 
   Cantharus berellensis 
   Cantharus berryi 
   Cantharus bicolor 
   Cantharus billeheusti 
   Cantharus blochii 
   Cantharus brama 
   Cantharus brongniarti 
   Cantharus caeruleus 
   Cantharus cancellaria 
   Cantharus cancellarius (cancellate cantharus) 
   Cantharus cantharus 
   Cantharus carinifera 
   Cantharus castelnau 
   Cantharus castelnaui 
   Cantharus cecillei 
   Cantharus consanguineus 
   Cantharus delicatus 
   Cantharus dorbignyi 
   Cantharus dorbignyi gaillardoti 
   Cantharus dubia 
   Cantharus dudariensis 
   Cantharus elongatus 
   Cantharus emarginatum 
   Cantharus emarginatus 
   Cantharus filamentosus 
   Cantharus fragaria (Strawberry Goblet) 
   Cantharus fumosus 
   Cantharus gemmatus 
   Cantharus grandoculis 
   Cantharus griseus 
   Cantharus guliminda 
   Cantharus ickei 
   Cantharus inca 
   Cantharus insculptus 
   Cantharus iostomus 
   Cantharus janelli 
   Cantharus labiatus 
   Cantharus lannumi 
   Cantharus leucotaeniatus 
   Cantharus lineatus 
   Cantharus lineolatus 
   Cantharus linnei 
   Cantharus maculatus 
   Cantharus massena 
   Cantharus melanostomus 
   Cantharus microlepis 
   Cantharus milii 
   Cantharus minutulus 
   Cantharus multangulus (ribbed cantharus) 
   Cantharus multangulus grandanus 
   Cantharus multigranosus 
   Cantharus natalensis 
   Cantharus nigrocostatus 
   Cantharus nigromaculatus 
   Cantharus orbicularis 
   Cantharus pallidus 
   Cantharus panamicus 
   Cantharus pastinaca 
   Cantharus pastinacea 
   Cantharus proteus 
   Cantharus pulcher 
   Cantharus recurvus 
   Cantharus rehderi 
   Cantharus rubiginosus 
   Cantharus senegalensis 
   Cantharus septemcostatus 
   Cantharus shaskyi 
   Cantharus simus 
   Cantharus spica 
   Cantharus subrubiginosa 
   Cantharus tanuda 
   Cantharus tranquebaricus 
   Cantharus triplicatus 
... 
 
Latest Articles on Cantharus from uBioRSS
Pollia tincta Conrad, 1846 - WoRMS latest additions
Cantharus (Tritonidea) Swainson, 1840 - WoRMS latest edits


Cantharus cancellarius
Guide to Marine Gastropods

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1.  Deep phylogeographic structure may indicate cryptic species within the Sparid genus Spondyliosoma.LinkIT
McKeown NJ, Gwilliam MP, Healey AJE, Skujina I, Potts WM, Sauer WHH, Shaw PW
Journal of fish biology J. Fish Biol. Deep phylogeographic structure may indicate cryptic species within the Sparid genus Spondyliosoma. 1434-1443 10.1111/jfb.14316 Two geographically nonoverlapping species are currently described within the sparid genus Spondyliosoma: Spondyliosoma cantharus (Black Seabream) occurring across Mediterranean and eastern Atlantic waters from NW Europe to Angola and S. emarginatum (Steentjie) considered endemic to southern Africa. To address prominent knowledge gaps this study investigated range-wide phylogeographic structure across both species. Mitochondrial DNA sequences revealed deep phylogeographic structuring with four regionally partitioned reciprocally monophyletic clades, a Mediterranean clade and three more closely related Atlantic clades [NE Atlantic, Angola and South Africa (corresponding to S. emarginatum)]. Divergence and distribution of the lineages reflects survival in, and expansion from, disjunct glacial refuge areas. Cytonuclear differentiation of S. emarginatum supports its validity as a distinct species endemic to South African waters. However, the results also indicate that S. cantharus may be a cryptic species complex wherein the various regional lineages represent established/incipient species. A robust multilocus genetic assessment combining morphological data and detailing interactions among lineages is needed to determine the full diversity within Spondyliosoma and the most adequate biological and taxonomic status. © 2020 The Authors. Journal of Fish Biology published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd on behalf of The Fisheries Society of the British Isles. McKeown Niall J NJ https://orcid.org/0000-0002-7351-5553 Institute of Biological, Environmental, and Rural Sciences, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK. Gwilliam Michael P MP Institute of Biological, Environmental, and Rural Sciences, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK. Healey Amy J E AJE Institute of Biological, Environmental, and Rural Sciences, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK. Skujina Ilze I Institute of Biological, Environmental, and Rural Sciences, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK. Potts Warren M WM Department of Ichthyology and Fisheries Science, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. Sauer Warwick H H WHH Department of Ichthyology and Fisheries Science, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa. Shaw Paul W PW Institute of Biological, Environmental, and Rural Sciences, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, UK. 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