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Hartman, Olga. (1961). Polychaetous annelids from California. Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions. 25: 1-226.
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Hartman, Olga
1961
Polychaetous annelids from California
Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions
25: 1-226
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
The polychaetous annelids of California are named with 650 species in 283 genera, 5 subgenera and 56 families. Twenty-four new species or subspecies, three new genera, two new names and eight new combinations are given. In all 549 species or 84%, are believed to have their known geographic distribution limited to California or the northeastern Pacific Ocean, and about 101 others, of more cosmopolitan character, are known also from other oceans.
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Systematics, Taxonomy
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 Depth range

Shallow shelf depths, to about 75 m. [details]

 Depth range

Shallow shelf depths.  [details]

 Depth range

Shallow shelf depths.  [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Hartman (1961: 74): "This genus is distinguished from other members of the subfamily ... [details]

 Distribution

Pacific Ocean: Southern California continental shelf. [details]

 Distribution

Southern California.  [details]

 Distribution

Southern California.  [details]

 Distribution

Southern California.  [details]

 Editor's comment

Data on the type locality were obtained from the "Station logs of R/V Velero IV, 1948-1985" database, prepared by ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated, unclear. The specific epithet basilaria seems to be a form of the Latin adjective basilaris, meaning ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet lagunae refers to the type locality of the species, Laguna Beach, California.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet refers to the uniform character of the setal components of the species.  [details]

 Etymology

The Latin suffix -ella is a diminuitive, as is used with Exogone to express the small size of the type species.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet, brunnea, means brown in Latin, and refers to the dark brown colour of the species.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet, americana, refers to the type locality of the species, the coast of North America.  [details]

 Habitat

Silty and sandy sediments, from shallow shelf depths to deep basins. [details]

 Habitat

In silts and black fine sands, at shallow shelf depths. [details]

 Habitat

Coarse black sand.  [details]

 Habitat

Coarse black sand.  [details]

 Habitat

Silty and sandy sediments, from shallow shelf depths to deep basins. [details]

 Spelling

Hartman created Raricirrus, a masculine genus name, but matched it with 'maculata' which has a feminine ending. A ... [details]

 Spelling

Hartman in the catalogue and in 1961 treated 'cariboum' as a Latinized adjective requiring gender suffix mandatory ... [details]

 Spelling

Grube used problem spellings both for the genus and the species name. 'Siphonostomum' should have been Siphonostoma ... [details]

 Type locality

8.7 miles, 275° T. from Santa Barbara Point Light, Southern California, USA, Pacific Ocean (34.4097°, -119.9°). [details]

 Type locality

Southern California, Laguna Beach (geocoordinates not provided, but estimated with gazetteer to be lat. 33.5413º, ... [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, Southern California, 3.35 miles 112º T. from Point Vicente Light (33º43'15"N, 118º20'53"W).  [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, Southern California, San Pedro, 3.35 mi., 112º T. from Point Vicente Light (33º43'15"N, 118º20'53"W).  [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, Southern California, 10.5 mi, 342º T. from Point Loma Light (32º49'58"M, 117º18'20"W).  [details]

 Type material

Holotype deposited in the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, USA (LACM AHF Poly 0636). [details]

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