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Böggemann, M. (2002). Revision of the Glyceridae Grube 1859 (Annelida: Polychaeta). Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen naturforschenden Gesellschaft. 555: 1-249.
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Böggemann, M.
2002
Revision of the Glyceridae Grube 1859 (Annelida: Polychaeta)
Abhandlungen der Senckenbergischen naturforschenden Gesellschaft
555: 1-249
Publication
Polychaeta DB
This paper comprises the first revision of all worldwide described Glyceridae. Under the application of light and scanning electron microscopy most of the 172 species and subspecies of the glycerids are examined by their type material. Three of these species (dagGlycera baltica (EISENACK 1939), dagG. glaucopsammensis CHARLETA & BOYER 1974, dagG. pilicae SZANIAWSKI 1974) represent fossil taxa and are therefore not further investigated. The descriptions and drawings of three other taxa (Lumbricus capitatus O. FABRICUS 1780, Nereis filigera BLAINVILLE 1825, Nereis (Nephtys) hirsuta DALYELL 1853), which have been referred to as glycerids, are clearly shown to belong to other families (Capitellidae, Cirratulidae, Nephtyidae). Glycera viridescens STIMPSON 1854 seems to be a goniadid, whereas the taxon Pseudolacydonia caeca RULLIER 1964 is a synonym for Glycerella magellanica (MCINTOSH 1885). Altogether, only 42 species (36 Glycera, 1 Glycerella and 5 Hemipodia) of the 166 recent taxa are considered to be valid species, the others being synonyms or nomina dubia and nomina nuda. More than 4000 specimens from all over the world were studied and measured, and the 42 valid species are described and illustrated in detail. A list of all taxa together with their synonyms and an identification key for all Glyceridae known to this date are also presented. Additionally all available biological and ecological data from the literature are listed. The results of the cladistic analysis support a sister group relationship between Goniadidae and Glyceridae. Both taxa are monophyletic as well as the three genera Glycera, Glycerella and Hemipodia within the glycerids.
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Glycera Lamarck, 1818 (status source)
Glycera abranchiata Treadwell, 1901 accepted as Glycera brevicirris Grube, 1870 (source of synonymy)
Glycera sphyrabrancha Schmarda, 1861 (redescription)
Glyceridae Grube, 1850 (taxonomy source)
Glyceridae Grube, 1850 (identification resource)




 Authority

Contrary to the attribution of Böggemann (2002:60), Savigny is the initiator of the name, but not the author. [details]

 Classification

For Pseudolacydonia Rullier, 1964 see Glyceridae [details]

 Classification

Böggemann (2002) places this fossil in genus Glycera [details]

 Publication date

It is believed Quatrefages did not publish the spelling "Hemipodus" until mid 1866 in his monograph, although he ... [details]

 Publication date

First published in Delle Chiaje plates volume in plate 28, fig. 21-24 with caption L. siphonostoma, but the date of ... [details]

 Status

Figured in Delle Chaije plates volume and clearly a glycerid species, but types seem lost, and the taxon is ... [details]

 Synonymy

The referral to G. celtica O'Connor by Böggemann (2002) was provisional, as the holotype is a juvenile and "the ... [details]

 Synonymy

Böggemann (2002:87) could not locate the type, but suggested this taxon might be H. simplex or H. yenourensis. [details]

 Taxonomy

Strangely Hartman Catalogue (p.289) separately listed a "Glycera cirrata Fauvel, 1932" as if it was a new name of ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Böggemann (2002) suggested that from the description Hemipodus septentrionalis Roule, 1896 was probably a Glycera. ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Current taxon previously considered to be a junior synonym of Glycera capitata Örsted, 1843, but now regarded as ... [details]

 Taxonomy

As the name indicates, Pseudolacydonia was first placed in Lacydoniidae alongside Lacydonia. Blake (1994:188) first ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Description of an epitokous form fide Böggemann (2002) [details]

 Type designation

According to Böggemann (2002:40) the description [Glycera alba _Johnston, 1845, non Muller 1776], upon which ... [details]

 Type locality

Berwick Bay, England (fide Böggemann (2002:37) [details]

 Type locality

Galle Face, Colombo, western Sri Lanka, 6.92, 79.8462. De Silva gives 4 names, beginning with Galle Face, which is ... [details]

 Type specimen

Böggemann (2002:62) fixes a lectotype from material in the BMNH, but does not give a registration number for it ... [details]

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