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Summers, Mindi M.; Al-Hakim, Iin Inayat.; Rouse, Greg W. (2014). Turbo-taxonomy: 21 new species of Myzostomida (Annelida). Zootaxa. 3873(4): 301-344.
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10.11646/zootaxa.3873.4.1 [view]
Summers, Mindi M.; Al-Hakim, Iin Inayat.; Rouse, Greg W.
2014
Turbo-taxonomy: 21 new species of Myzostomida (Annelida)
Zootaxa
3873(4): 301-344
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
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An efficient protocol to identify and describe species of Myzostomida is outlined and demonstrated. This taxonomic approach relies on careful identification (facilitated by an included comprehensive table of available names with relevant geographical and host information) and concise descriptions combined with DNA sequencing, live photography, and accurate host identification. Twenty-one new species are described following these guidelines: Asteromyzostomum grygieri n. sp., Endomyzostoma scotia n. sp., Endomyzostoma neridae n. sp., Mesomyzostoma lanterbecqae n. sp., Hypomyzostoma jasoni n. sp., Hypomyzostoma jonathoni n. sp., Myzostoma debiae n. sp., Myzostoma eeckhauti n. sp., Myzostoma hollandi n. sp., Myzostoma indocuniculus n. sp., Myzostoma josefinae n. sp., Myzostoma kymae n. sp., Myzostoma laurenae n. sp., Myzostoma miki n. sp., Myzostoma pipkini n. sp., Myzostoma susanae n. sp., Myzostoma tertiusi n. sp., Protomyzostomum lingua n. sp., Protomyzostomum roseus n. sp., Pulvinomyzostomum inaki n. sp., and Pulvinomyzostomum messingi n. sp.
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Holotype SIO SIO-BIC A4019, geounit Monterey Canyon, identified as Protomyzostomum roseus Summers & Rouse in Summers, Al-Hakim & Rouse, 2014
 Etymology

Named jasoni for Jason Rouse, brother of Greg Rouse [details]

 Etymology

Named jonathoni for Jason Rouse, brother of Greg Rouse [details]

 Etymology

Named lanterbecqae for Deborah Lanterbecq, who first sequenced DNA from a Mesomyzostoma [details]

 Etymology

Named debiae for Deborah Summers, mother of Mindi Summers [details]

 Etymology

Named eeckhauti for Igor Eeckhaut [details]

 Etymology

Named hollandi for Nick Holland [details]

 Etymology

Named indocuniculus for the type locality in Indonesia plus the 'bunny ear' caudal processes [details]

 Etymology

Named for Tertius Kammeyer, "an avid myzostomid hunter who found the holotype" [details]

 Etymology

authors: "Latin for tongue, named for its resemblance to a mammalian tongue" [details]

 Etymology

authors "Latin for red, in reference its color in life" [details]

 Holotype

Kri Eco Jetty, Raja Ampat, Indonesia (0°33'27.42"S, 130°40'36.23"E), less than 20 m. [details]

 Type locality

South Wongat Reef, Madang Harbor, Papua New Guinea (5°8'25.8"S, 145°49'22.7928"E), <20 m  [details]

 Type locality

Snake Pit, Lizard Island, Australia (14° 40.14’S, 145° 34.64’E), 14 m [details]

 Type locality

Padoz Reef, Madang Harbor, Papua New Guinea (5° 9' 34.8006"S, 145° 48' 46.2096"E), 5–20 m. Authors give ... [details]

 Type locality

Madang Harbor, Papua New Guinea -5.22° 145.81465° (5° 13.200'S, 145° 48.879'E), 5–20 m [details]

 Type locality

Near Kri Eco Resort Jetty, Raja Ampat, Indonesia, -0.557617° 130.676731°(0°33'27.42"S, 130°40'36.23"E), less ... [details]

 Type locality

Mios Kon, Raja Ampat, Indonesia -0.498761° 130.727261 (0°29'55.54"S, 130°43'38.14"E), less than 20 m [details]

 Type locality

Raja Ampat (Otdima Reef, Raja Ampat, Indonesia, -0.5499°, 130.6197° (0°32'59.70"S, 130°37'10.88"E), less than 20 m [details]

 Type locality

Off Monterey Canyon, California, 36.8022°, -121.995° (36° 48' 7.9194" N, 121° 59' 42" W), 632 m [details]

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