WoRMS taxon details

Asteriomyzostomum hercules Jimi, Moritaki & Kajihara, 2017

1299844  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1299844)

accepted
Species
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent only
Jimi, Naoto; Moritaki, Takeya; Kajihara, Hiroshi. (2017). Rare endoparasitic Asteriomyzostomum (Annelida: Asteriomyzostomidae) from Japan, including three new species descriptions and their phylogenetic position within Myzostomida. <em>Parasitology International.</em> 66(6): 841-847., available online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1383576917301708
page(s): 843 [details]   
Holotype  NSMT NSMT-An 512, geounit Honshu Island  
Holotype NSMT NSMT-An 512, geounit Honshu Island [details]
Note Unknown geolocation off "Cape Miki", Mie...  
From editor or global species database
Type locality Unknown geolocation off "Cape Miki", Mie Prefecture, Japan. Geolocation very approximately (warning, this is an unverified guess) 34.21, 136.92, 196–341 m. No geolocation information in the article, Location of "Cape Miki" could not be found in multiple sources searched. [details]
Type material The deposition location of the type material is not stated in the article. It is a Code requirement that an explicit statement is made about type deposition [details]
Etymology authors: "Hercules is the Roman adaptation of the Greek divine Heracles, the son of Zeus. In Greek mythology, Hercules is...  
Etymology authors: "Hercules is the Roman adaptation of the Greek divine Heracles, the son of Zeus. In Greek mythology, Hercules is supposed to have endured in the stomach of a sea monster for a long time. That the new species lives in the cardiac stomach of the host sea star alludes to this mythology." Hercules here is an unmodified noun in apposition. The genitive 'herculis' would have been a better choice, as use of unmodified personal names might be confusing, and is not recommended in the Code (Article 31) [details]
Read, G.; Fauchald, K. (Ed.) (2019). World Polychaeta database. Asteriomyzostomum hercules Jimi, Moritaki & Kajihara, 2017. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1299844 on 2019-04-19
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2018-10-01 22:17:01Z
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original description Jimi, Naoto; Moritaki, Takeya; Kajihara, Hiroshi. (2017). Rare endoparasitic Asteriomyzostomum (Annelida: Asteriomyzostomidae) from Japan, including three new species descriptions and their phylogenetic position within Myzostomida. <em>Parasitology International.</em> 66(6): 841-847., available online at https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1383576917301708
page(s): 843 [details]   
Holotype NSMT NSMT-An 512, geounit Honshu Island [details]
From editor or global species database
Etymology authors: "Hercules is the Roman adaptation of the Greek divine Heracles, the son of Zeus. In Greek mythology, Hercules is supposed to have endured in the stomach of a sea monster for a long time. That the new species lives in the cardiac stomach of the host sea star alludes to this mythology." Hercules here is an unmodified noun in apposition. The genitive 'herculis' would have been a better choice, as use of unmodified personal names might be confusing, and is not recommended in the Code (Article 31) [details]

Type locality Unknown geolocation off "Cape Miki", Mie Prefecture, Japan. Geolocation very approximately (warning, this is an unverified guess) 34.21, 136.92, 196–341 m. No geolocation information in the article, Location of "Cape Miki" could not be found in multiple sources searched. [details]

Type material The deposition location of the type material is not stated in the article. It is a Code requirement that an explicit statement is made about type deposition [details]
 

LanguageName 
Japanese kanmuri-hitode-suikuchimushi  [details]