Copepoda taxon details

Idomenella paracoronata Huys, 2016

marine
Huys, R. (2016). Harpacticoid copepods—their symbiotic associations and biogenic substrata: a review. <em>. In Huys, R. (Ed.), Recent Developments in Taxonomy and Biodiversity of Symbiotic Copepoda (Crustacea) – A Volume in Celebration of the Career of Prof. Il-Hoi Kim. Zootaxa.</em> 4174:448-729.
note: While Sars’s (1911) record of I. coronata from Norway agrees in most aspects with Scott’s (1894b) material from the Firth of Forth, his previous record (Sars 1909a) from Ellesmere Island, norther...  
While Sars’s (1911) record of I. coronata from Norway agrees in most aspects with Scott’s (1894b) material from the Firth of Forth, his previous record (Sars 1909a) from Ellesmere Island, northern Canada, shows several discrepancies with the original description. The Arctic female has a comparatively broader (almost clypeiform) habitus, a longer proximal endopodal segment in leg 1 and a 7-segmented antennule (vs 6-segmented in the type material). The outermost seta on the endopodal lobe of leg 5 is distinctly longer than seta IV whereas it is shorter or at most as long as this seta in the Scottish and Norwegian specimens (Scott 1894b; Sars 1911). Based on these differences Idomene coronata sensu Sars (1909a) is here renamed as a new species, Idomenella paracoronata sp. nov. and the single female described and illustrated by Sars (1909a: 26–27; Plate VI) is fixed as the holotype in accordance with ICZN Arts 16.4 and 72.5.6.
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Taxonomy This new species was established to accommodate Idomene coronata sensu Sars (1909)  
Taxonomy This new species was established to accommodate Idomene coronata sensu Sars (1909) [details]
Walter, T.C. & Boxshall, G. (2018). World of Copepods database. Idomenella paracoronata Huys, 2016. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/copepoda/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=934181 on 2020-09-30
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original description Huys, R. (2016). Harpacticoid copepods—their symbiotic associations and biogenic substrata: a review. <em>. In Huys, R. (Ed.), Recent Developments in Taxonomy and Biodiversity of Symbiotic Copepoda (Crustacea) – A Volume in Celebration of the Career of Prof. Il-Hoi Kim. Zootaxa.</em> 4174:448-729.
note: While Sars’s (1911) record of I. coronata from Norway agrees in most aspects with Scott’s (1894b) material from the Firth of Forth, his previous record (Sars 1909a) from Ellesmere Island, norther...  
While Sars’s (1911) record of I. coronata from Norway agrees in most aspects with Scott’s (1894b) material from the Firth of Forth, his previous record (Sars 1909a) from Ellesmere Island, northern Canada, shows several discrepancies with the original description. The Arctic female has a comparatively broader (almost clypeiform) habitus, a longer proximal endopodal segment in leg 1 and a 7-segmented antennule (vs 6-segmented in the type material). The outermost seta on the endopodal lobe of leg 5 is distinctly longer than seta IV whereas it is shorter or at most as long as this seta in the Scottish and Norwegian specimens (Scott 1894b; Sars 1911). Based on these differences Idomene coronata sensu Sars (1909a) is here renamed as a new species, Idomenella paracoronata sp. nov. and the single female described and illustrated by Sars (1909a: 26–27; Plate VI) is fixed as the holotype in accordance with ICZN Arts 16.4 and 72.5.6.
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Taxonomy This new species was established to accommodate Idomene coronata sensu Sars (1909) [details]