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Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910

115183  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:115183)

accepted
Family
marine
Not documented
Taxonomy Philippi (1843: 58) proposed the genus Idya Philippi, 1843 (type species by monotypy: Idya barbigera Philippi, 1843) while...  
Taxonomy Philippi (1843: 58) proposed the genus Idya Philippi, 1843 (type species by monotypy: Idya barbigera Philippi, 1843) while Lilljeborg (1853: 191) created the generic name Tisbe for Cyclops furcatus Baird, 1837 (type species by monotypy). Boeck (1865: 257) considered both names synonyms of each other. Sars (1905b: 89) suspected that I. barbigera was conspecific with C. furcatus, a notion that was confirmed by Lang (1948: 369) who considered the former a junior subjective synonym of the latter, effectively rendering Idya and Tisbe objective synonyms (ICZN Art. 61.3.3). Sars (1909c: 21), suggested a slight alteration of the name Idya to Idyæa (an incorrect original spelling of Idyaea) to avoid the homonymy with Idya Fréminville, 1809 (Ctenophora), however, Norman and Scott (1906: 183) had already reinstated the junior synonym Tisbe.
The family-group name Idyinae, proposed by Brady (1880a: 170) and upgraded to family level by Sars (1904b: 78), is invalid because it was based on the generic name Idya Philippi, 1843, which is a junior homonym of the ctenophoran genus Idya Fréminville, 1809 (ICZN Art. 39). Stebbing (1910: 544), referring to the family name Idyidae, stated “The necessity for a change in the family name will be seen from the references for the leading genus” and proposed the family-group name Tisbidae (type genus Tisbe Lilljeborg, 1853) as an alternative. Although Stebbing (1910) did not give a description or definition, the name “Tisbidae” satisfies all criteria required for availability (ICZN Art. 12.2.4) since it was published before 1931 and based on the then (and still) valid generic name Tisbe.
Claus (1862: 89; 1863: 137) proposed the family name “Peltididae” to accommodate the genera Alteutha, Eupelte, Oniscidium, Porcellidium and Zaus and subsequently (Claus 1866: 20) added the new genus Scutellidium Claus, 1866 (type by monotypy: S. tisboides Claus, 1866) to it. Although Claus did not make the name “Peltididae” available in any of these publications (see above under Alteutha) his subsequent subdivision of the family deserves attention. Claus (1889: 3) divided the “Peltididae” into two subordinate taxa of subfamilial rank: in the Peltidinae he included Alteutha, Eupelte and Oniscidium, while Porcellidium, Scutellidium and Zaus were placed in the Scutellidinae (incorrect original spelling of Scutellidiinae). The latter subfamily which takes the authorship and date of Claus (1889) is an available name since it is based on the then (and still) valid generic name Scutellidium (ICZN Art. 12.2.4). In addition, Scutellidiinae Claus, 1889 is a senior subjective synonym of Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910. However, the senior synonym has not been used as a valid name after 1899 and the junior synonym has been widely used in the last 50 years by a large number of authors (e.g. Avdeev 1983, 1986; Becker & Schriever 1979; Bodin 1976, 1997; Boxshall 1979; Bresciani 1970; Bresciani & Lützen 1994; Coull 1973b; Dahms 1993b; Dahms & Dieckmann 1987; Gee & Fleeger 1986; Gómez et al. 2004; Hicks 1971; Humes & Ho 1969b; Humes & Voight 1997; Huys 1996b; Lang 1965; Lee & Huys 1999c; López-González et al. 2000; Puello Cruz et al. 2004; Vervoort 1964; Volkmann-Rocco 1971; Wells 1976, 2007). Since the provisions of ICZN Art. 23.9 are met, the name Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910 must be considered the valid name (nomen protectum) which has precedence over the older name Scutellidiinae Claus, 1889 (nomen oblitum). Being a case of subjective synonymy, whenever the latter is not regarded as a synonym of the former, Scutellidiinae may be used as valid (ICZN Art. 23.9.2).
Based solely on the respective publication dates, Sars’s (1910) family-group name “Idyaeidae” (taking the stem of Idyaea Sars, 1909) mentioned in the heading of Supplement Plate 10 (Idyaea tenella) (Natural History Museum copy date stamped 20 July 1910) is potentially a senior objective synonym of the family name Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910 (published on 15 December 1910). Since the pr [details]
Walter, T.C. & Boxshall, G. (2018). World of Copepods database. Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910. Accessed through: Kennedy, M.K., L. Van Guelpen, G. Pohle, L. Bajona (Eds.) (2018) Canadian Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/CaRMS/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=115183 on 2019-10-23
Kennedy, M.K., L. Van Guelpen, G. Pohle, L. Bajona (Eds.) (2019). Canadian Register of Marine Species. Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910. Accessed at: http://marinespecies.org/carms./aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=115183 on 2019-10-23
Date
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2004-12-21 15:54:05Z
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2005-05-03 07:34:09Z
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2010-07-31 11:38:11Z
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basis of record Huys, R. (2001). Copepoda - Harpacticoida. <em>In: Costello, M.J. et al. (eds.) European register of marine species: a check-list of the marine species in Europe and a bibliography of guides to their identification. Collection Patrimoines Naturels.</em> 50:268-280. (look up in IMIS[details]  Available for editors  PDF available 

additional source Bodin, P. (1997). Catalogue of the new marine harpacticoid copepods. <em>Studiedocumenten van het K.B.I.N. = Documents de Travail de l'I.R.Sc.N.B., 89. Koninklijk Belgisch Instituut voor Natuurwetenschappen: Brussels, Belgium.</em> 304 pp. (look up in IMIS[details]   

additional source Martin, J.W., & Davis, G.E. (2001). An updated classification of the recent Crustacea. <em>Science Series, 39. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Los Angeles, CA (USA).</em> 124 pp. (look up in IMIS[details]  Available for editors  PDF available 

additional source Huys, R. (2009). Unresolved cases of type fixation, synonymy and homonymy in harpacticoid copepod nomenclature (Crustacea: Copepoda). <em>Zootaxa.</em> 2183:1-99., available online at http://www.mapress.com/zootaxa/2009/2/zt02183p099.pdf [details]  Available for editors  PDF available 
 
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Taxonomy Philippi (1843: 58) proposed the genus Idya Philippi, 1843 (type species by monotypy: Idya barbigera Philippi, 1843) while Lilljeborg (1853: 191) created the generic name Tisbe for Cyclops furcatus Baird, 1837 (type species by monotypy). Boeck (1865: 257) considered both names synonyms of each other. Sars (1905b: 89) suspected that I. barbigera was conspecific with C. furcatus, a notion that was confirmed by Lang (1948: 369) who considered the former a junior subjective synonym of the latter, effectively rendering Idya and Tisbe objective synonyms (ICZN Art. 61.3.3). Sars (1909c: 21), suggested a slight alteration of the name Idya to Idyæa (an incorrect original spelling of Idyaea) to avoid the homonymy with Idya Fréminville, 1809 (Ctenophora), however, Norman and Scott (1906: 183) had already reinstated the junior synonym Tisbe.
The family-group name Idyinae, proposed by Brady (1880a: 170) and upgraded to family level by Sars (1904b: 78), is invalid because it was based on the generic name Idya Philippi, 1843, which is a junior homonym of the ctenophoran genus Idya Fréminville, 1809 (ICZN Art. 39). Stebbing (1910: 544), referring to the family name Idyidae, stated “The necessity for a change in the family name will be seen from the references for the leading genus” and proposed the family-group name Tisbidae (type genus Tisbe Lilljeborg, 1853) as an alternative. Although Stebbing (1910) did not give a description or definition, the name “Tisbidae” satisfies all criteria required for availability (ICZN Art. 12.2.4) since it was published before 1931 and based on the then (and still) valid generic name Tisbe.
Claus (1862: 89; 1863: 137) proposed the family name “Peltididae” to accommodate the genera Alteutha, Eupelte, Oniscidium, Porcellidium and Zaus and subsequently (Claus 1866: 20) added the new genus Scutellidium Claus, 1866 (type by monotypy: S. tisboides Claus, 1866) to it. Although Claus did not make the name “Peltididae” available in any of these publications (see above under Alteutha) his subsequent subdivision of the family deserves attention. Claus (1889: 3) divided the “Peltididae” into two subordinate taxa of subfamilial rank: in the Peltidinae he included Alteutha, Eupelte and Oniscidium, while Porcellidium, Scutellidium and Zaus were placed in the Scutellidinae (incorrect original spelling of Scutellidiinae). The latter subfamily which takes the authorship and date of Claus (1889) is an available name since it is based on the then (and still) valid generic name Scutellidium (ICZN Art. 12.2.4). In addition, Scutellidiinae Claus, 1889 is a senior subjective synonym of Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910. However, the senior synonym has not been used as a valid name after 1899 and the junior synonym has been widely used in the last 50 years by a large number of authors (e.g. Avdeev 1983, 1986; Becker & Schriever 1979; Bodin 1976, 1997; Boxshall 1979; Bresciani 1970; Bresciani & Lützen 1994; Coull 1973b; Dahms 1993b; Dahms & Dieckmann 1987; Gee & Fleeger 1986; Gómez et al. 2004; Hicks 1971; Humes & Ho 1969b; Humes & Voight 1997; Huys 1996b; Lang 1965; Lee & Huys 1999c; López-González et al. 2000; Puello Cruz et al. 2004; Vervoort 1964; Volkmann-Rocco 1971; Wells 1976, 2007). Since the provisions of ICZN Art. 23.9 are met, the name Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910 must be considered the valid name (nomen protectum) which has precedence over the older name Scutellidiinae Claus, 1889 (nomen oblitum). Being a case of subjective synonymy, whenever the latter is not regarded as a synonym of the former, Scutellidiinae may be used as valid (ICZN Art. 23.9.2).
Based solely on the respective publication dates, Sars’s (1910) family-group name “Idyaeidae” (taking the stem of Idyaea Sars, 1909) mentioned in the heading of Supplement Plate 10 (Idyaea tenella) (Natural History Museum copy date stamped 20 July 1910) is potentially a senior objective synonym of the family name Tisbidae Stebbing, 1910 (published on 15 December 1910). Since the pr [details]
 



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