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ZOOLOGIA
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N 507
11 DE AGOSTO DE 2003
ON THE VALIDITY OF FOUR LITTLE-KNOWN SPECIES OF VERRUCIDAE
(CRUSTACEA, CIRRIPEDIA) FROM AZORES REGION
1
(With 7 figures)
PAULO S. YOUNG 2
ABSTRACT: Four little-known species of Verrucidae from the Azores region are reevaluated
after examining the type series: Verruca joubini Gruvel, 1912 and Verruca inermis Aurivillius,
1898 are valid and redescribed, the former included in the genus Altiverruca and the latter in
Metaverruca. Verruca grimaldii Gruvel, 1912 is here considered a synonym of Costatoverruca
cornuta (Aurivillius, 1898). The type series of Verruca crenata Aurivillius, 1898 did not include
mature specimens, and the young specimens examined cannot be recognized as a distinct
species separable from other Altiverruca. Lastly, the record by GRUVEL (1920) of V. stroemia
(Müller, 1776) from depth of 2600m is rejected.
Key words: Crustacea, Cirripedia, Verrucidae, Taxonomy, Azores.
RESUMO: Sobre a validade de quatro espécies pouco conhecidas de Verrucidae (Crustacea,
Cirripedia) da região dos Açores.
Quatro espécies pouco conhecidas de Verrucidae da região dos Açores são reavaliadas através
do estudo de suas series-tipo: Verruca joubini Gruvel, 1912 e Verruca inermis Aurivillius, 1898
são reconhecidas como válidas e são redescritas, a primeira incluída no gênero Altiverruca e a
última em Metaverruca. Verruca grimaldii Gruvel, 1912 é considerada sinônima de
Costatoverruca cornuta (Aurivillius, 1898). A série-tipo de Verruca crenata Aurivillius, 1898
não apresenta espécimens desenvolvidos e os jovens examinados não podem ser diferenciados
de outras espécies de Altiverruca. Além disso, o registro de GRUVEL (1920) da profundidade
de 2600m para V. stroemia (Müller, 1776) é rejeitada.
Palavras-chave: Crustacea, Cirripedia, Verrucidae, Taxonomia, Açores.
INTRODUCTION
GRUVEL (1920) recognized 13 species of verrucid collected during the Campagnes
Scientifique de SAS Le Prince de Monaco (1885-1913). His study included the
redescription in detail of seven species briefly described by AURIVILLIUS (1898)
and redescription of three others (GRUVEL, 1900; 1912). Seven of these species are
currently recognized and they have been referred to subsequent authors, viz, Verruca
cornuta Aurivillius, 1898 (= Costatoverruca Young, 1998), Verruca quadrangularis
Hoek, 1883 (= Altiverruca Pilsbry, 1916), Verruca aequalis Aurivillius, 1898 (=
Metaverruca Pilsbry, 1916), Verruca recta Aurivillius, 1898 (= Metaverruca), Verruca
spengleri Darwin, 1854, Verruca trisulcata Gruvel, 1900 (= Metaverruca), Verruca
stroemia Müller, 1776 (BUCKERIDGE, 1994; 1997; YOUNG, 1998a, 1998b; 2001).
1 Submitted on May 20, 2002 Accepted on October 8, 2002.
2 Museu Nacional/UFRJ, Departamento de Invertebrados. Quinta da Boa Vista, São Cristóvão, 20940-040, Rio de
Janeiro, RJ, Brasil.
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Verruca sculpta Aurivillius, 1898, is currently recognized as a synonym of
Metaverruca recta (BUCKERIDGE, 1994). Verruca costata Aurivillius, 1898 (= Gibbosa
verruca Young, 2002) was recorded from the Mediterranean and Eastern Pacific
(MACDONALD, 1929; ROSSI, 1958). Four species have never been cited again
despite extensive collections taken in the Azores region, these are: Verruca grimaldii
Gruvel, 1912 (= Costatoverruca), Verruca joubini Gruvel, 1912 (= Altiverruca),
Verruca crenata Aurivillius, 1898 (= Cristallinaverruca Young, 2002), and Verruca
inermis Aurivillius, 1898 (= Altiverruca). To verify the validity of these four species,
the type series were examined and the results are presented below. Furthermore,
due to the unusual deep-water record of specimens of Verruca stroemia (Müller,
1776), this sample was also reexamined.
Unless otherwise noted all of the specimens were collected by the vessel S.A.S. Le
Prince de Monaco. Abbreviation: (rc) rostro-carinal diameter.
Family Verrucidae Darwin, 1854
Genus Altiverruca Pilsbry, 1916
Altiverruca joubini (Gruvel, 1912)
(Figs.1-3)
Verruca Joubini Gruvel, 1912:4; 1920:51, pl.1, figs.11-12, pl.3, figs.7-8; NILSSONCANTELL, 1955:219; BELLOC, 1959:5.
Verruca jubini [sic] – ZEVINA, 1976:1155.
Altiverruca joubini – ZEVINA, 1988:39; YOUNG, 1998a:77; 2002a:6.
Altiverruca erecta – YOUNG, 1998c:111, figs.3-4 [not A. erecta (Gruvel, 1900)].
Material – Lectotype: Expedition François Arago, 47°51’55”N, 41°51’50”W, 4630m,
rc: 4.7mm. Paralectotypes: same locality, 2 specimens, rc: 4.0 and 4.2mm.
Diagnosis – Shell with opercular valves oriented more than 45° relative to base of wall.
Rostrum-carina suture concave at upper half and straight at lower half. Rostrum
with umbo displaced from apical margin, prominent. Tergum and scutum with only
axial ridge; that of scutum has only one flexion, dividing the scutum into two surfaces.
Description – Shell (Fig.1a-c) white, opercular valves oriented more than 45° in
relation to base of wall, with growth lines prominent, intercalated by several thin
lines on all plates; wall plates without longitudinal ridges; basal margin not
thickened. Cuticle not persistent on wall and opercular valves. Rostrum-carina
suture concave at upper half and straight at lower half. Rostrum (Fig.1a, c) nearly
rectangular, with umbo displaced from apical margin, prominent, forming a wide
upper smooth surface (paralectotypes undulated); rostrum and fixed scutum
articulation straight, without radius-like projection. Carina (Fig.1a-b) elongated,
higher than rostrum, without radius-like projection toward fixed tergum; apex
slightly projected, straight, surface undulated forming a slight ridge directed toward
tergal axial ridge; rostral margin forming a tooth at middle. Fixed tergum (Fig.1b)
higher than fixed scutum, both sides with well-developed alar-like projections; apex
curved toward fixed scutum. Fixed scutum (Fig.1b) with a large not differentiated
alar-like process directed toward rostrum and curving toward tergum, and a wide
radii-like process directed toward fixed tergum, apex acute, curved toward fixed
tergum. The original figure for comparison is presented in figures 1d and e.
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Tergum (Fig.1a) quadrangular, only axial ridge prominent, occludent margin
slightly thickened, wide and shallow depression below occludent margin; carinal
area smooth. Scutum (Fig.1a) smaller than tergum; with only axial ridge which has
only one flexion, dividing the scutum into two surfaces; rostral area smooth, apex
strongly curved toward tergum.
2mm
a
2mm
b
2mm
d
c
e
Fig.1- Altiverruca joubini (Gruvel, 1912), lectotype: (a) rostro-carinal view; (b) fixed-tergum and
fixed-scutum view; (c) rostrum-fixed-scutum view; (d-e) reproduction of the original figures of
GRUVEL, 1920. (C) carina, (FS) fixed-scutum, (FT) fixed-tergum, (R) rostrum, (S) scutum, (T) tergum.
Labrum (Fig.2a) with a series of about 100 small teeth, grouped in three or four;
external surface with several scales. Palp (Fig.2a) short, thin, with few simple setae
on inner margin and distal region. Mandible (Fig.2b) with three teeth, distance
between first and second same distance as between second and third, third tooth
upper margin denticulated; lower angle strongly denticulate. Maxilla I (Fig.2c, d)
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with lower part projected; 2 large followed by 1 median spine at upper border, and
6-9 median and small spines on lower projected border. Maxilla II (Fig.2e) nearly
triangular, anterior margin with conspicuous concavity medially; covered by long
simple setae, except in the concavity.
Cirrus I (Fig.3a) rami subequal, anterior ramus slightly longer than posterior, and
with articles wider, covered with several long simple setae. Cirrus II (Fig.3b) with
anterior ramus a little shorter than posterior, articles slightly more protuberant;
both rami covered by numerous long, simple and finely pinnate setae. Rami of cirri
III-VI equal in length. Setal-article ratio about 3:1. Intermediate articles of cirrus VI
(Fig.3c) as wide as long; two pairs of finely pinnate setae on anterior margin; one
long simple setae on posterior angle. Caudal appendage (Fig.3d) with 7-8 articles,
slightly longer than protopodite; long simple setae on antero-distal margins of
articles. Penis (Fig.3d) as long as protopodite, with few thin setulae at distal end.
Number of articles of cirri I-VI and caudal appendage is presented in table 1.
b
a
0.2mm
0.2mm
c
0.2mm
e
d
0.2mm
0.2mm
Fig.2- Altiverruca joubini (Gruvel, 1912), lectotype: (a) labrum and palp; (b) mandible; (c-d)
maxillae I; (e) maxilla II.
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Remarks – GRUVEL (1912; 1920) described Altiverruca joubini from samples collected
by the Expedition François Arago at 47°51’55”N, 41°51’50”W from a depth of
4630m. He described briefly this species and commented it was similar to Altiverruca
erecta (Gruvel, 1900). This species was not reported again. Reviewing the typeseries of Altiverruca erecta (in YOUNG, 2002b) and A. joubini, it is possible to clearly
differentiate both (Tab.2). And, due to these differences, I have to consider the
specimens I identified (YOUNG, 1998c) as Altiverruca erecta from Mid-Atlantic Ridge
(15º35,33’N, 46º45,06’W, 3947-3375m) to be A. joubini. Therefore, A. joubini is
valid and known from two localities in the North Atlantic.
c
0.3mm
0.2mm
b
0.3mm
0.3mm
a
d
Fig.3- Altiverruca joubini (Gruvel, 1912), lectotype: (a) cirrus I; (b) cirrus II; (c) median article
of cirrus VI; (d) protopodite of cirrus VI, penis and caudal appendage. (ar) anterior ramus,
(ba) basipodite, (ca) caudal appendage, (CI) cirrus I, (CII) cirrus II, (CVI) cirrus VI, (co) coxopodite,
(pe) penis, (pr) posterior ramus.
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TABLE 1
Number of articles for rami of cirri I-VI, and caudal appendages
of lectotype of Altiverruca joubini (Gruvel, 1912)
CI
CII
CIII
CIV
CV
CVI
CA
RC
9/8
7/8
14/15
19/21
22/23
22/24
8
LC
9/7
7/8
13/15
19/21
22/23
23/24
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(CI-VI) cirri I to VI; (CA) caudal appendage; (RC) right cirri; (LC) left cirri
TABLE 2
Distinguishing characters between
Altiverruca joubini (Gruvel, 1912) and Altiverruca erecta (Gruvel, 1900)
Characters
Altiverruca joubini
Altiverruca erecta
1) Opercular plates angle
with base
a little larger than 45°
almost 90°
2) Rostrum-carina suture
nearly straight except for the concave at upper half and
upper part, which is rounded straight at lower half.
3) Umbo of rostrum
displaced from margin,
protuberant
marginal, not projected
4) Articular ridges of scutum
two conspicuous ridges
one ridge
5) Axial ridge of scutum
only a crest separating the
plate
with both sides present, but
only tergal conspicuous
6) Teeth of mandibles
three teeth, distance between three teeth, distance between
first and second twice distance first and second same as distance
between second and third
between second and third
7) Rami of cirrus I
anterior ramus slightly
shorter than posterior
anterior ramus slightly
longer than posterior
8) Rami of cirrus II
anterior ramus about 0.5
length of posterior
anterior ramus a little
smaller of posterior
9) Number of pairs of setae on
anterior margin of intermediate
articles of cirrus VI
three
two
10) Width/length ratio of
intermediate articles of cirrus VI
0.4
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Genus Metaverruca Pilsbry, 1916
Metaverruca inermis (Aurivillius, 1898)
(Figs.4-6)
Verruca inermis Aurivillius, 1898:196; GRUVEL, 1903:102; 1905:177; 1920:43,
pl.6, figs.2-3; SCHMALZ, 1906:58; HOEK, 1907:9; BELLOC, 1959:4.
Altiverruca inermis – YOUNG, 1998a:77; 2002a:6.
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Material examined – Lectotype: station 616, 38°47’40”N, 30°37’20”W, 1022m, rc:
5.2mm. Paralectotype: same locality, 1 specimen, rc: 5.1mm. Other material: station
1311, 37°37’N, 25°20’45”W, 1187m, 1 specimen, rc: 5.9mm.
Diagnosis – Shell with rostrum-carina suture nearly undulated; aperture straight
at the basal margin of opercular plates. Tergum quadrangular, with four large
articular ridges. Intermediate articles of cirrus VI as wide as high with two pairs of
setae on anterior margin. Caudal appendage shorter than protopodite.
Description – Shell (Fig.4a-d) white, opercular valves nearly perpendicular to base of
wall, with thin growth lines, but not ornamented; basal margin inflected and thickened.
Rostrum-carina suture nearly undulated, difficult to distinguish from growth lines.
Aperture straight at the basal margin of opercular plates. Cuticle not persistent on
wall. The original figure for comparison is presented in figures 3e and f.
Rostrum (Fig.4a, c) nearly rectangular, with undulating growth lines but nor forming
articular ridges, mainly smooth; rostrum and fixed scutum articulation without
radius-like projection, apex not projected, straight. Carina (Fig.4a, c) similar in size
to rostrum, rectangular, without radius-like projection toward fixed tergum; apex
slightly projected, straight. Fixed tergum (Fig.4b) with alar-like processes welldeveloped, apex straight; internally, with developed adductor ridge. Fixed scutum
(Fig.4b) same height as fixed scutum, with well-developed alar-like projection
directed toward rostrum and very small radii-like projection directed toward fixed
tergum; apex curved toward fixed scutum.
Tergum quadrangular, with a thin prominent axial ridge plus three large articular
ridges separated by deep depressions between them; carinal area smooth; apex
slightly curved [description based on original figure of GRUVEL, 1920, reproduced in
figure 4e]. Scutum (Fig.4c) smaller than tergum; with three articular ridges; axial
ridge thin and only marked at tergal border; second ridge wide; third ridge appearing
as a flat surface at apical portion; rostral area smooth, apex curved toward tergum.
Labrum (Fig.5a) with a series of about 50 simple teeth. Palp (Fig.5a, b) short, thin,
with few simple setae on inner margin and distal region. Mandible (Fig.5c) with
three teeth, distance between first and second twice distance between second and
third; lower angle denticulate. Maxilla I (Fig.5d) with a shallow concavity and lower
part projected; 2 large at upper border, followed by 4 small spines in the concavity
and 7 median and 5 smaller spines on lower projected border. Maxilla II (Fig.5e)
nearly triangular, anterior margin with a concavity medially; covered by long simple
setae, except in the concavity.
Cirrus I (Fig.6a) with equal rami, covered with several long simple and finely pinnate
setae. Cirrus II (Fig.6b) with anterior ramus about 0.7 length of posterior, articles
of anterior ramus protuberant; both rami covered by numerous long, simple and
finely pinnate setae. Rami of cirri III-VI equal in length. Setal-article ratio about
4:1. Intermediate articles of cirrus VI (Fig.6c) as wide as high; two pairs of setae on
anterior margin and a thin small setula between larger pairs, longer setae finely
pinnate; two long and one small simple setae on posterior angle. Caudal appendage
(Fig.6d) with 7 articles, shorter than protopodite; long simple setae on antero-distal
margins of articles. Penis short, reduced. Number of articles of cirri I-VI and caudal
appendage is presented in table 3.
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a
b
2mm
2mm
c
d
2mm
2mm
f
e
Fig.4- Metaverruca inermis (Aurivillius, 1898), lectotype: (a) rostro-carinal view; (b) fixedtergum and fixed-scutum view. Station 1311: (c) rostro-carinal view; (d) rostrum-fixed-scutum
view; (e-f) reproduction of the original figures of GRUVEL, 1920. (C) carina, (FS) fixed-scutum,
(FT) fixed-tergum, (R) rostrum, (S) scutum.
TABLE 3
Number of articles for rami of cirri I-VI, and caudal appendages
of lectotype of Metaverruca inermis (Aurivillius, 1898)
CI
CII
CIII
CIV
CV
CVI
RC
10/9
7/11
17/20
23/26
29/31
32/32
CA
7
LC
11/9
8/10
16/20
25/26
29/30
31/32
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(CI-VI) cirri I to VI; (CA) caudal appendage; (RC) right cirri; (LC) left cirri
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Remarks – Metaverruca inermis (Aurivillius, 1898) was described based on two
specimens from station 616. This material, in addition to one specimen from
station 1311, was examined by GRUVEL (1920). After that, this species was never
recorded again. Based on their descriptions, YOUNG (1998a; 2002a) included this
species in Altiverruca, commenting that the opercular plates formed an obtuse
angle with the vertical plane.
All three specimens were reexamined and the one from station 616 was selected as
lectotype. But both samples were badly preserved, and lacked several wall plates.
The type series (station 616) consists of only empty shells, the opercular plates and
body having been lost and the specimen from station 1311 is missing the tergum,
and the fixed-tergum. Therefore, the redescription presented above was based on
the shells of the type series, the appendages and scutum from the specimen of
station 1311, and the tergum based on the figure of GRUVEL (1920:pl.6, fig.3).
a
c
0.2mm
0.2mm
0.2mm
b
d
0.2mm
e
0.2mm
Fig.5- Metaverruca inermis (Aurivillius, 1898), station 1311: (a) labrum and palp; (b) palp;
(c) mandible; (d) maxilla I; (e) maxilla II.
These specimens have to be reasigned to the genus Metaverruca because the shell
is box-like, and the opercular plates situated in plan view parallel to the base, the
fixed scutum has a wall developed adductor ridge, and the base of the shell is
thickened. Metaverruca inermis is similar to M. recta (Aurivillius, 1898); its shell is
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smooth, not forming elevated ridges and the margin for the base of the opercular
plates is straight. Otherwise, their appendages are similar. But, M. recta has the
rostro-carinal suture imbricated, both plates have several articular ridges, the
number of articular ridges on the tergum is only three, and it has three pairs of
setae on the anterior margin of intermediate articles of cirrus VI.
0.3mm
0.5mm
c
0.5mm
0.5mm
a
d
b
Fig.6- Metaverruca inermis (Aurivillius, 1898), station 1311: (a) cirrus I; (b) cirrus II; (c) median
article of cirrus VI; (d) protopodite of cirrus VI and caudal appendage. (ar) anterior ramus, (ca)
caudal appendage, (CI) cirrus I, (CII) cirrus II, (CVI) cirrus VI, (co) coxopodite, (pr) posterior ramus.
Genus Costatoverruca Young, 1998
Costatoverruca grimaldi (Gruvel 1912)
[=Costatoverruca cornuta (Aurivillius, 1898)]
(Fig.7)
Verruca Grimaldii Gruvel, 1912:5; 1920:48, pl.2, figs.14-15; pl.3, figs.5-6; BELLOC,
1959:5.
Costatoverruca grimaldi – YOUNG, 1998a:78.
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Material examined – Lectotype: SW of Funchal, Azores, station 3119, 32°30’30”N,
17°00’W, 2380m, rc: 5.8mm. Paralectotypes: same locality, 5 specimens, rc: 4.4 to
5.5mm.
Remarks – The specimen of Verruca grimaldi is not distinct from Costatoverruca
cornuta (Aurivillius, 1898) and therefore it has to be considered a synonym (Fig.7a,
b). The original figure for comparison is presented in figures 7c and d.
a
b
2mm
2mm
c
d
Fig.7- Costatoverruca grimaldi (Gruvel 1912), lectotype: (a) rostro-carinal view; (b) fixedtergum and fixed-scutum view; (c-d) reproduction of the original figures of GRUVEL, 1920.
(C) carina, (FS) fixed-scutum, (FT) fixed-tergum, (R) rostrum, (S) scutum, (T) tergum.
Genus Cristallinaverruca Young, 2002
Cristallinaverruca crenata (Aurivillius, 1898)
Verruca crenata Aurivillius, 1898:196; GRUVEL, 1903:102; 1905:176; 1920:42,
pl.6, figs.4-5; SCHMALZ, 1906:58; HOEK, 1907:9; BELLOC, 1959:4.
Altiverruca crenata – BUCKERIDGE, 1994:93; YOUNG, 1998a:77.
Cristallinaverruca crenata – YOUNG, 2002a:32.
Material examined – Type series: Azores, station 584, 38°31’N, 20°09’30”W, 845m
(AURIVILLIUS, 1898).
Remarks – The type series consists only of fragments or small specimens that do
not possess the characters described in the diagnosis of AURIVILLIUS (1898) and
GRUVEL (1920:42, pl.6, figs.4-5). The juveniles can be included in any species of
Altiverruca s. l. and therefore, the validity of this species cannot be verified.
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Genus Verruca Schumacher, 1817
Verruca stroemia (Müller, 1776)
Material examined – Station 2354, no lat, 2600m, 21 specimens, rc: 1.2 to 5.7mm.
Remarks – GRUVEL (1920:50) noted that some specimens of Verruca stroemia from
station 2354, no lat, were collected from 2600m (probably label error). This is an
unusual bathymetric occurrence, because the species is commonly found in depths
shallower than 200m. Although my study of this sample confirms that the specimens
are actually V. stroemia, the substrate where they were taken suggests that the
sample was mislabeled. Most Verruca have settled on crusts of calcareous algae
that does not occur deeper than 100m. Therefore, the depth record of 2600m for V.
stroemia has to be rejected.
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
I wish to thank Michéle Bruni (Museé Oceánographique de Monaco) for allowing me
to study this collection; Arnold Ross (Scripps Institution of Oceanography, San
Diego) and Robert Van Syoc (California Academy of Sciences), for comments on the
manuscript. This study was supported by Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento
Científico e Tecnológico (CNPq), and Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado do
Rio de Janeiro (FAPERJ).
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d`Histoire Naturelle. Operculés. I. Partie systématique. Nouvelles Archives du
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