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Bonifácio, Paulo; Menot, Lénaïck. (2019). New genera and species from the Equatorial Pacific provide phylogenetic insights into deep-sea Polynoidae (Annelida). Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 185(3): 555-635 [published online 14 November 2018; printed publication 27 February 2019].
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10.1093/zoolinnean/zly063 [view]
urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:74C07292-2BD6-4E3E-B68D-B144B81BBD83 [view]
Bonifácio, Paulo; Menot, Lénaïck
2019
New genera and species from the Equatorial Pacific provide phylogenetic insights into deep-sea Polynoidae (Annelida)
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society
185(3): 555-635 [published online 14 November 2018; printed publication 27 February 2019]
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
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Polynoidae contains ~900 species within 18 subfamilies, some of them restricted to the deep sea. Macellicephalinae is the most diverse among these deep-sea subfamilies. In the abyssal Equatorial Pacific Ocean, the biodiversity of benthic communities is at stake in the Clarion-Clipperton Fracture Zone (CCFZ) owing to increased industrial interest in polymetallic nodules. The records of polychaetes in this region are scarce. Data gathered during the JPI Oceans cruise SO239 made a significant contribution to fill this gap, with five different localities sampled between 4000 and 5000 m depth. Benthic samples collected using an epibenthic sledge or a remotely operated vehicle resulted in a large collection of polynoids. The aims of this study are as follows: (1) to describe new species of deep-sea polynoids using morphology and molecular data (COI, 16S and 18S); and (2) to evaluate the monophyly of Macellicephalinae. Based on molecular and morphological phylogenetic analyses, ten subfamilies are synonymized with Macellicephalinae in order to create a homogeneous clade determined by the absence of lateral antennae. Within this clade, the Anantennata clade was well supported, being determined by the absence of a median antenna. Furthermore, 17 new species and four new genera are described, highlighting the high diversity hidden in the deep. A taxonomic key for the 37 valid genera of the subfamily Macellicephalinae is provided.
Pacific, East Tropical
Abyssal, Deep-Sea
Identification key, Expert Identification Systems
Molecular systematics, Molecular biology
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Abyssarya Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Abyssarya acus Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Bathyedithia Pettibone, 1976 (additional source)
Bathyedithia retierei Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Bathyedithinae Pettibone, 1976 accepted as Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (source of synonymy)
Bathyeliasona mariaae Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Bathyfauvelia affinis (Fauvel, 1914) (additional source)
Bathyfauvelia glacigena Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Bathyfauvelia ignigena Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Bathylevensteina Pettibone, 1976 (additional source)
Bathymacella Pettibone, 1976 (taxonomy source)
Bathymacellinae Pettibone, 1976 accepted as Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (source of synonymy)
Bathymiranda Levenstein, 1981 (taxonomy source)
Bathymoorea Pettibone, 1967 (taxonomy source)
Bathymoorea lucasi Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Branchinotogluma Pettibone, 1985 (taxonomy source)
Branchinotogluminae Pettibone, 1985 accepted as Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (source of synonymy)
Branchiplicatinae Pettibone, 1985 accepted as Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (source of synonymy)
Branchiplicatus Pettibone, 1985 (taxonomy source)
Branchipolynoe Pettibone, 1984 (taxonomy source)
Branchipolynoinae Pettibone, 1984 accepted as Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (source of synonymy)
Bruunilla nealae Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Diplaconotum Loshamn, 1981 (taxonomy source)
Hodor Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Hodor anduril Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Hodor hodor Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Lepidonotopodinae Pettibone, 1983 (additional source)
Lepidonotopodium Pettibone, 1983 (taxonomy source)
Macellicephala (Sinantenna) arctica Knox, 1959 (status source)
Macellicephala affinis Fauvel, 1914 accepted as Bathyfauvelia affinis (Fauvel, 1914) (status source)
Macellicephala clarionensis Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Macellicephala parvafauces Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (redescription)
Macellicephaloides Uschakov, 1955 (additional source)
Macellicephaloides moustachu Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Macellicephaloidinae Pettibone, 1976 accepted as Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (source of synonymy)
Macelloides Uschakov, 1957 (taxonomy source)
Macelloidinae Pettibone, 1976 accepted as Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (source of synonymy)
Nu Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Nu aakhu Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Opisthotrochopodus Pettibone, 1985 accepted as Branchinotogluma Pettibone, 1985 (taxonomy source)
Polaruschakov Pettibone, 1976 (additional source)
Polaruschakov lamellae Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Polaruschakov limaae Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Polaruschakov omnesae Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Polaruschakovinae Pettibone, 1976 accepted as Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (source of synonymy)
Thermopolynoe Miura, 1994 (taxonomy source)
Vampiropolynoe Marcus & Hourdez, 2002 (taxonomy source)
Vampiropolynoinae Marcus & Hourdez, 2002 accepted as Macellicephalinae Hartmann-Schröder, 1971 (source of synonymy)
Yodanoe Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
Yodanoe desbruyeresi Bonifácio & Menot, 2018 (original description)
 Etymology

The genus name is derived from abyss and from Arya Stark, a character in a novel by G.R.R.Martin [details]

 Etymology

The species name is derived from the Latin word acus, meaning needle [details]

 Etymology

The species name is a dedication to Professor Christian Retière, Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Dinard, France. [details]

 Etymology

The species name is a dedication to the first author's mother, Maria Silva. [details]

 Etymology

The species name is derived from the Latin word meaning ice, glacies, and the Greek word meaning born, genno. [details]

 Etymology

The species name is derived from the Latin word meaning fire, ignis, and the Greek word meaning born, genno [details]

 Etymology

the species name is a dedication to Lucas Lisboa [details]

 Etymology

The species name is a dedication to Lenka Neal, Natural History Museum, London. [details]

 Etymology

The genus is named for Hodor, a character in a novel by G.R.R.Martin. [details]

 Etymology

The species name is taken from the name of a sword in a novel by J.R.R.Tolkien [details]

 Etymology

The species is named for Hodor, a character in a novel by G.R.R.Martin. [details]

 Etymology

The species name refers to the area of distribution, the Clarion Fracture in the equatorial East Pacific Ocean. [details]

 Etymology

The species name is derived from the Latin 'parva fauces' meaning small jaws [details]

 Etymology

The species name is based on the French word moustachu meaning with a moustache [details]

 Etymology

The genus name is the name of the primordial watery abyss in ancient Egyptian religion [details]

 Etymology

Aakhu is the word for the soul in ancient Egyptian religion [details]

 Etymology

The species name is derived from the latin word lamellae [details]

 Etymology

The species is named for Dr Maria Lima [details]

 Etymology

The species is named for Emmanuelle Omnes, Ifremer [details]

 Etymology

The genus name is Yoda, the name of a character in the Star Wars science fiction film franchise, combined with noe ... [details]

 Etymology

The species name is a dedication to Dr Daniel Desbruyères, Ifremer [details]

 Taxonomy

Clarification. There is no such name as "Macellicephala (Sinantenna) arctica Hartmann-Schröder, 1974", a name in ... [details]