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Malmgren, A.J. (1867). Annulata Polychaeta Spetsbergiæ, Grœnlandiæ, Islandiæ et Scandinaviæ. Hactenus Cognita. Ex Officina Frenckelliana, Helsingforslæ. 127 pp. & XIV plates.
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Malmgren, A.J.
1867
Annulata Polychaeta Spetsbergiæ, Grœnlandiæ, Islandiæ et Scandinaviæ. Hactenus Cognita.
Ex Officina Frenckelliana, Helsingforslæ. 127 pp. & XIV plates
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
NOTE ON DUPLICATED PUBLICATION. Banse (1977) reported that Malmgren published this work in two versions. This book form is said to be published before the journal form. The typesetting differs, and Ceratocephale is spelled Ceratocephala in the journal version. Banse (1977) explains thus: "Malmgren published his new name and the diagnosis twice, in a book (1867 a) and in a journal (1867 b); the latter is the usually quoted publication. The spelling in 1867 a was Ceratocephale, but Ceratocephala in 1867 b. The two publications differed also in pagination and in other details (e.g., the units used in the text for length measurements), and hence must have been typeset twice. The second publication appeared in the Reports of the Proceedings of the Academy in Stockholm; the title page of the Proceedings for 1867 states that they were issued in 1868 but the last page of Malmgren's article was printed in 1867. An indication of the priority is the date, 5 April 1867, of the foreword of the book, whereas the paper was read at the Academy meeting of 10 April 1867. Also, the first user of Malmgren's new generio name, Ehlers (1868), cited the book. We assume that the book became available first and was hence also printed first."
Arctic-Boreal marine
North Atlantic
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Ammotrypane aulogaster Rathke, 1843 accepted as Ophelina acuminata Örsted, 1843 (source of synonymy)
Amphitrite groenlandica Malmgren, 1866 accepted as Neoamphitrite groenlandica (Malmgren, 1866) (original description)
Amphitritinae Malmgren, 1867 accepted as Terebellinae Johnston, 1846 (original description)
Aphroditidae Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Axionice flexuosa (Grube, 1860) (additional source)
Brada villosa (Rathke, 1843) accepted as Bradabyssa villosa (Rathke, 1843) (additional source)
Capitella capitata (Fabricius, 1780) (additional source)
Castalia punctata accepted as Nereimyra punctata (Müller, 1788) (source of synonymy)
Ceratocephala [misspelling of Ceratocephale] accepted as Ceratocephale Malmgren, 1867 (additional source)
Ceratocephale Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Chaetoparia nilssoni Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Chaetozone Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Chaetozone setosa Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Chone duneri Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Eteone longa (Fabricius, 1780) (additional source)
Eunice norvegica (Linnaeus, 1767) (additional source)
Eusyllis Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Eusyllis blomstrandi Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Glycera goesi Malmgren, 1867 accepted as Glycera unicornis Lamarck, 1818 (original description)
Hediste Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Hyalinoecia tubicola (O.F. Müller, 1776) (new combination reference)
Laonice Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Leanira yhleni Malmgren, 1867 accepted as Labioleanira yhleni (Malmgren, 1867) (original description)
Leodice Lamarck, 1818 (subsequent type designation)
Lepidasthenia Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Leucia Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Lumbriconereis fragilis (Müller, 1776) accepted as Scoletoma fragilis (O.F. Müller, 1776) (source of synonymy)
Lumbrineris fragilis (O.F. Müller, 1776) accepted as Scoletoma fragilis (O.F. Müller, 1776) (additional source)
Maldanidae Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Myriochele heeri Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Nereis zonata Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Northia Johnston, 1865 accepted as Nothria Malmgren, 1866 (source of synonymy)
Nothria conchylega (Sars, 1835) (additional source)
Onuphis conchylega Sars, 1835 accepted as Nothria conchylega (Sars, 1835) (source of synonymy)
Ophelia limacina (Rathke, 1843) (additional source)
Opheliidae Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Pherusa plumosa (Müller, 1776) (additional source)
Phyllodoce maculata (Linnaeus, 1767) (source of synonymy)
Polycirrinae Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Polymnia Malmgren, 1867 accepted as Eupolymnia Verrill, 1900 (original description)
Polynoidae Kinberg, 1856 (additional source)
Prionospio Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Prionospio steenstrupi Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Scalibregmatidae Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Scoloplos armiger (Müller, 1776) (additional source)
Sigalionidae Kinberg, 1856 (redescription)
Sphaerodoridae Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Sternaspis scutata (Ranzani, 1817) (additional source)
Terebellidae Johnston, 1846 (additional source)
Terebellinae Johnston, 1846 (status source)
 Authority

Malmgren (1867) oddly has Sars as author of "Nerine foliosa" in the species headline although Malmgren was well ... [details]

 Authority

Audouin & Milne Edwards (1833) are historically credited with the family name, and their usage seems like a ... [details]

 Authority

While Malmgren is credited with authorship, much earlier Quatrefages (1848:50) had used the informal 'Hermelliens' ... [details]

 Authority

As noted by Rouse & Pleijel (2001) the author of the first usage as a family should be Kinberg (1856), not Malmgren ... [details]

 Depth range

73-205 m. [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Malmgren (1867: 52): "Tentacula longitudinem lobi cephalici aequantia. Palpi cylindrici ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Malmgren (1867: 50): "Corpus sublineare postice attenuatum. Pedes per totum corpus aequales ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Malmgren (1867: 93): ''Corpus elongatum sublineare postice sensim paullum attenuatam. Lobus ... [details]

 Distribution

Arctic Ocean: off Spitsbergen.  [details]

 Etymology

The generic name Anaitis derives from the mythology, designating an Iranian goddess, 'Anahita', referred by the ... [details]

 Etymology

Malmgren (1867) has given a footnote to the heading of 'Ceratocephale' in which he indicates the two Greek words ... [details]

 Etymology

The name of the genus Chaetosyllis is composed by the New Latin word derived from the Greek chaeta, meaning ... [details]

 Etymology

The species is dedicated to Anders Sandøe Ørsted (= Anders Sandoe Oersted, or Anders Sandö Örsted), (b. ... [details]

 Etymology

Malmgren p.96 (book version of article, or 206 in journal) gives the derivation from Greek in a footnote. ... [details]

 Etymology

The name of the genus Genetyllis refers to the by-name of Aphrodite (Malmgren, 1867: 19), the goddess of love and ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated, uncertain. Laonice could refer to the character Laonice, sister of Timagène and confident of ... [details]

 Etymology

"Λεοντίς, ή, nom. propr." (Malmgren, 1867: footnote on 52). Further details concerning the etymology are ... [details]

 Etymology

Leucia is derived from Greek. Malmgren gives a transliteration as a Greek word, but not the meaning. [details]

 Etymology

Prionospio is composed by the Greek noun prion, meaning 'saw', followed by the name of the genus Spio Fabricius, ... [details]

 Etymology

The species is named in honour of Professor Johannes Japetus Smith Steenstrup (b. Vang, Thy, Denmark, 8 March 1813 ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Chaetozone is feminine, as both Greek words are feminine and Malmgren used a feminine ending for C. setosa, the ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Scolelepis appears to be feminine as treated by Blainville originally (modifying 'squamosus' [sic] to 'squamosa' ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Scolelepis is feminine, as treated by Blainville originally, and the code in Art. 30 gives -lepis as feminine as an ... [details]

 Habitat

Clay, at shelf depths. [details]

 Homonymy

Fide Banse (1977) Ceratocephala Malmgren 1867 is preoccupied by Ceratocephala Warder, 1838, Trilobita (see Moore, ... [details]

 Homonymy

Unreplaced junior homonym to Praxithea Thomson, 1864 in Insecta (Leiper, 1908 and Nomenclator Zoologicus p. 886). [details]

 Nomenclature

Malmgren (1867:79) used "Spaerodoridae" [sic, in capitals with ligature ae] for the family name for Ephesia ... [details]

 Nomenclature

Malmgren (1867:107) created subfamilies off Terebellidae, but used his Amphitritinae (Amphitrite) instead of ... [details]

 Spelling

Ceratocephala is incorrect. The original spelling was Ceratocephale. Banse (1977) explains the details. [details]

 Spelling

The correct (original) spelling was 'Ceratocephale' but 'Ceratocephala' (qv entry) became widely used, because the ... [details]

 Spelling

Malmgren (1867: 52) misspelled the specific epithet in the new combination as "dumerili". [details]

 Spelling

Unavailable subsequent 'improved' spelling by Malmgren of Naineris Blainville, 1828 [details]

 Status

The name Serpula contortuplicata has been used by various authors for various taxa, mostly for what is now Serpula ... [details]

 Taxonomic remark

The genus Chaetosyllis was described with base on epitokous stolons of both sexes.  [details]

 Taxonomy

Malmgren (1867:101) used Ammocharidae for the two genera Ammochares (a record of Ammochares assimilis Sars) and his ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Malmgren (1867:89) recognised that Aonis foliosa of Audouin & Milne Edwards (1833) was a Nerine (later a synonym of ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Malmgren used Hermellidae (apparently a modification of Hermellacea Grube), but used Sabellaria as the valid genus, ... [details]

 Taxonomy

The genus Laonice is established briefly by Malmgren (1867: 91), stating that the species Scolecolepis cirrata ''Ad ... [details]

 Type locality

Arctic Ocean, off the northern coast of Spitsbergen, far from land (geocoordinates not provided, estimated with ... [details]

 Type species

Type species Polynoe elegans Grube 1840 (by monotypy) [details]

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