Copepoda taxon details

Siphonostomatoida

1104  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1104)

Burmeister, 1835
accepted
Order
Family Archidactylinidae Izawa, 1996
Family Artotrogidae Brady, 1880
Family Asterocheridae Giesbrecht, 1899
Family Brychiopontiidae Humes, 1974
Family Caligidae Burmeister, 1835
Family Calverocheridae Stock, 1968
Family Cancerillidae Giesbrecht, 1897
Family Codobidae Boxshall & Ohtsuka, 2001
Family Coralliomyzontidae Humes & Stock, 1991
Family Dichelesthiidae Milne Edwards, 1840
Family Dichelinidae Boxshall & Ohtsuka, 2001
Family Dinopontiidae Murnane, 1967
Family Dirivultidae Humes & Dojiri, 1980
Family Dissonidae Kurtz, 1924
Family Ecbathyriontidae Humes, 1987
Family Entomolepididae Brady, 1899
Family Eudactylinidae Wilson C.B., 1932
Family Hatschekiidae Kabata, 1979
Family Hyponeoidae Heegaard, 1962
Family Kroyeriidae Kabata, 1979
Family Lernaeopodidae Milne Edwards, 1840
Family Lernanthropidae Kabata, 1979
Family Megapontiidae Heptner, 1968
Family Micropontiidae Gooding, 1957
Family Nanaspididae Humes & Cressey, 1959
Family Nicothoidae Dana, 1852
Family Pandaridae Milne Edwards, 1840
Family Pennellidae Burmeister, 1835
Family Pontoeciellidae Giesbrecht, 1895
Family Pseudocycnidae Wilson C.B., 1922
Family Pseudohatschekiidae Tang, Izawa, Uyeno & Nagasawa, 2010
Family Rataniidae Giesbrecht, 1897
Family Samarusidae Lee J. & I.H. Kim, 2018
Family Scottomyzontidae Ivanenko, Ferrari & Smurov, 2001
Family Siphonostomatoida incertae sedis
Family Sphyriidae Wilson C.B., 1919
Family Sponginticolidae Topsent, 1928
Family Spongiocnizontidae Stock & Kleeton, 1964
Family Stellicomitidae Humes & Cressey, 1958
Family Tanypleuridae Kabata, 1969
Family Trebiidae Wilson C.B., 1905

Family Amaterasidae Izawa, 2008 accepted as Pandaridae Milne Edwards, 1840 (see Tang et al, 2012)
Family Anthosomatidae Yamaguti, 1963 accepted as Dichelesthiidae Milne Edwards, 1840
Family Ascomyzontidae Thorell, 1859 accepted as Asterocheridae Giesbrecht, 1899 (synonym)
Family Calvocheridae Stock, 1968 accepted as Calverocheridae Stock, 1968
Family Cecropidae Dana, 1852 accepted as Pandaridae Milne Edwards, 1840 (see Tang et al, 2012)
Family Cecropidae Yamaguti, 1963 accepted as Pandaridae Milne Edwards, 1840
Family Choniostomatidae Hansen, 1886 accepted as Nicothoidae Dana, 1852
Family Dissonidae Yamaguti, 1963 accepted as Dissonidae Kurtz, 1924 (preoccuppied name)
Family Eirgidae Yamaguti, 1963 accepted as Caligidae Burmeister, 1835
Family Entomolepidae Brady, 1899 accepted as Entomolepididae Brady, 1899 (misspelling)
Family Euryphoridae Wilson C.B., 1905 accepted as Caligidae Burmeister, 1835 (synonym)
Family Euryphoridae Yamaguti, 1963 accepted as Caligidae Burmeister, 1835
Family Naobranchiidae Yamaguti, 1939 accepted as Lernaeopodidae Milne Edwards, 1840
Family Pachynesthidae Hesse, 1878 accepted as Siphonostomatoida incertae sedis
Family Pennillidae Burmeister, 1816 accepted as Pennellidae Burmeister, 1835 (synonym)
Family Perodermatidae Yamaguti, 1963 accepted as Pennellidae Burmeister, 1835
Family Pontopsyllidae Scott T., 1894 accepted as Pennellidae Burmeister, 1835
marine, brackish, fresh
recent + fossil
Burmeister, H. 1835. Beschreibung einiger neuen oder weniger bekannten Schmarotzerkrebse, nebst allgemeinen Betrachtungen über die Gruppe, welcher sie angehören. Nova Acta Physico-Medica Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae Curiosorum (Acta der Kaiserlichen Leopoldinisch-Carolinischen Deutschen Akademie der Naturforscher), Halle 17(1):269-336, pls. 23, 24, 24a, 25. (1833) [details]  OpenAccess publication 
Taxonomic remark Ivanenko et al (2001) wrote: Thorell (1860) often is identified as the author of the ordinal name Siphonostomatoida (e.g.,...  
Taxonomic remark Ivanenko et al (2001) wrote: Thorell (1860) often is identified as the author of the ordinal name Siphonostomatoida (e.g., Huys & Boxshall 1991). However, Burmeister (1835:45) included and diagnosed five families of parasites within the diagnosed taxon Siphonostoma. He cited Latreille, without a date of publication, as the author of that name. Latreille (1829: 189) used Siphonostoma like a family group name. Milne Edwards (1830) diagnosed the order Siphonostome in an unpaginated table following page 356, but he did not indicate which families, genera or species belonged in the order (Damkaer electronic mail). We believe Burmeister (1835) should be considered the author of Siphonostomatoida because he apparently intended to create a taxon above the family category, he diagnosed this taxon, and he diagnosed its constituent families. Our date of publication for Thorell (1860) follows Vervoort (1988).
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Copepoda (2019). Siphonostomatoida. Accessed at: http://marinespecies.org/copepoda/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1104 on 2019-10-18
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original description Burmeister, H. 1835. Beschreibung einiger neuen oder weniger bekannten Schmarotzerkrebse, nebst allgemeinen Betrachtungen über die Gruppe, welcher sie angehören. Nova Acta Physico-Medica Academiae Caesareae Leopoldino-Carolinae Naturae Curiosorum (Acta der Kaiserlichen Leopoldinisch-Carolinischen Deutschen Akademie der Naturforscher), Halle 17(1):269-336, pls. 23, 24, 24a, 25. (1833) [details]  OpenAccess publication 

basis of record Brusca, R.C.; Brusca, G.J. (1990). Invertebrates. Sinauer Associates: Sunderland, MA (USA). ISBN 0-87893-098-1. 922 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 
 
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Taxonomic remark Ivanenko et al (2001) wrote: Thorell (1860) often is identified as the author of the ordinal name Siphonostomatoida (e.g., Huys & Boxshall 1991). However, Burmeister (1835:45) included and diagnosed five families of parasites within the diagnosed taxon Siphonostoma. He cited Latreille, without a date of publication, as the author of that name. Latreille (1829: 189) used Siphonostoma like a family group name. Milne Edwards (1830) diagnosed the order Siphonostome in an unpaginated table following page 356, but he did not indicate which families, genera or species belonged in the order (Damkaer electronic mail). We believe Burmeister (1835) should be considered the author of Siphonostomatoida because he apparently intended to create a taxon above the family category, he diagnosed this taxon, and he diagnosed its constituent families. Our date of publication for Thorell (1860) follows Vervoort (1988).
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Japanese シフォノストム  [details]