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Rathke, H. (1843). Beiträge zur Fauna Norwegens. Nova Acta Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae Curiosorum, Breslau & Bonn. 20: 1-264c.
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10.5962/bhl.title.11613 [view]
Rathke, H.
1843
Beiträge zur Fauna Norwegens
Nova Acta Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae Curiosorum, Breslau & Bonn
20: 1-264c
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NeMys doc_id: 2500
Boreal east Atlantic
North Sea (and Channel)
Norway
Skagerrak to Calais
Atlantic, North East (= warm + cold temperate (boreal))
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Ammotrypane Rathke, 1843 accepted as Ophelina Örsted, 1843 (original description)
Ammotrypane aulogaster Rathke, 1843 accepted as Ophelina acuminata Örsted, 1843 (original description)
Liriopsis pygmaea (Rathke, 1843) (original description)
Phryxus Rathke, 1843 accepted as Hemiarthrus Giard & Bonnier, 1887 (original description)
Scalibregma Rathke, 1843 (original description)
Scalibregma inflatum Rathke, 1843 (original description)
Syllis cornuta Rathke, 1843 (original description)
European waters (ERMS scope) for Liriopsis pygmaea (Rathke, 1843) 
Norwegian Exclusive Economic Zone for Scalibregma inflatum Rathke, 1843 
 Etymology

Rathke (1843: 175 gives an etymology as "Wegen der grossen Zahl von bürstenartigen Hervorragungen an beiden Seiten ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. Ephesia is a feminine genus name from Greek to which Fauchald has added Greek 'sphaero', meaning ball. [details]

 Grammatical gender

Feminine. Rathke named the genus after a female, but indirectly by using a modified ending for the city of Ephesus ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

feminine, stemming from Ephesia, which is feminine. [details]

 Homonymy

Ephesia Rathke, 1843 is permanently unavailable as it is a junior homonym to Ephesia Huebner, 1818 (Zuträge z. ... [details]

 Type locality

Near Molde (Norway), in a marine muddy zone. [details]

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