WoRDSS banner


Deep-Sea source details

McIntosh, W.C. 1900. A monograph of British Annelids. vol.1. pt.2. Polychaeta Amphinomidae to Sigalionidae. Ray Society of London, 1(l2): 215-442.
50981
McIntosh, W. C.
1900
A monograph of British Annelids. vol.1. pt.2. Polychaeta Amphinomidae to Sigalionidae
Ray Society of London
1(2): 215-442
Publication
Kristian Fauchald's Polychaeta DB
British Islands
RIS (EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite, RefWorks)
BibTex (BibDesk, LaTeX)
Date
action
by
2013-01-12 18:30:12Z
created
db_admin
2013-12-16 15:11:17Z
changed

 Authority

McIntosh (1900) states he adopted as replacement name for the homonym Dasylepis a name a certain Canon Norman had ... [details]

 Authority

McIntosh identified his specimen as Enipo kinbergi, but included this comment: "I have placed this under Malmgren's ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. Assumed named after Eliza McIntosh, the mother of William McIntosh [details]

 Etymology

After professor Hubrecht of Utrecht (given name not stated). A McIntosh footnote states: "Named after the ... [details]

 Etymology

McIntosh (1897) introduced Gattyana to replace Nychia, which was a homonym, and he explained the etymology in his ... [details]

 Etymology

McIntosh (1900: 330) states "Named after the best benefactress in Marine Zoology my museum ever had." Clearly ... [details]

 Homonymy

McIntosh replaced Dasylepis with Acanthicolepis because the name was preoccupied by a Silurian ganoid fish [details]

 Homonymy

Junior homonym to Nychia Stål 1859 in Insecta (Hemiptera). McIntosh replaced it with Gattyana. [details]

 Nomenclature

Included in WoRMS via the Hartman catalogue, where she includes "Mus marinus Linnaeus, 1756" in the Aphroditidae as ... [details]

 Type locality

McIntosh: "Deep water off St. Andrews Bay. The examples have occurred in the stomachs of cod and haddock (E. M.)." ... [details]

 Type locality

54 miles off Achill Head, Ireland, North Atlantic Ocean, ~54°'N 11°22'W, 914 m  [details]

 Type locality

Off St Andrews, Scotland. "Procured from the debris brought by fishing-boats from the off-shore waters, St. ... [details]

INDEEP logo NHM logo NOC logo Soton logo WoRMS logo OBIS logo Plymouth University's Marine Institute logo
Website hosted & developed by VLIZ · contact: WoRDSS Team