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Quatrefages, A. (1866). Histoire naturelle des Annelés marins et d'eau douce. Annélides et Géphyriens. Volume 2.. Première partie. 1-336. Deuxième Partie. 337-794. Explication des planches p.1-24. planches 1-20. Librarie Encyclopédique de Roret. Paris.
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Quatrefages, A.
1866
Histoire naturelle des Annelés marins et d'eau douce. Annélides et Géphyriens. <b>Volume 2.</b>
Première partie. 1-336. Deuxième Partie. 337-794. Explication des planches p.1-24. planches 1-20. Librarie Encyclopédique de Roret. Paris.
Publication
Probably many species which should be linked here are linked to volume 1. (source id 51461).

[Note on digitisations: There is also vol.2 (part 2) at http://www.archive.org/details/histoirenaturel00brgoog which begins at page 337 and ends at page 794 and lacks the plate captions and the plates.]
Eastern Atlantic
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Brania Quatrefages, 1866 (original description)
Ehlersia Quatrefages, 1865 accepted as Syllis Lamarck, 1818 (original description)
Glycera lapidum Quatrefages, 1866 (original description)
Hemipodus Quatrefages, 1866 accepted as Hemipodia Kinberg, 1865 (original description)
Johnstonia Quatrefages, 1866 (taxonomy source)
Kefersteinia Quatrefages, 1866 accepted as Psamathe Johnston, 1836 (original description)
Kefersteinia cirrhata (Keferstein, 1862) accepted as Psamathe fusca Johnston, 1836 (new combination reference)
Orbinia Quatrefages, 1866 (original description)
Pectinariidae Quatrefages, 1866 (original description)
Petaloproctus Quatrefages, 1866 (original description)
Polyphysia Quatrefages, 1866 (original description)
Psamathe fusca Johnston, 1836 (additional source)
Sabellides Milne Edwards in Lamarck, 1838 accepted as Ampharete Malmgren, 1866 (additional source)
Sabellides Milne Edwards in Lamarck, 1838 accepted as Ampharete Malmgren, 1866 (status source)
Syllidia Quatrefages, 1865 (original description)
Syllidia armata Quatrefages, 1866 (original description)
Syllis amica Quatrefages, 1866 (original description)
 Classification

Quatrefages (1866: 16) saw a similarity to Gnathosyllis of Schmarda (now Syllis) and placed Prionognathus in the ... [details]

 Depth range

Not stated in the original description. [details]

 Depth range

Not stated in the original description, probably intertidal to shallow subtidal (stated to have been found amongst ... [details]

 Depth range

Upper intertidal, in a zone submerged only 3-4 hours a day. [details]

 Depth range

Not stated by the author. Probably intertidal to shallow depths. [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Quatrefages (1866: 288): "Tête portant 5 très-petites antennes et des yeux peu distincts. ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Quatrefages (1866: 374-375): "Tête, cirrhes, corps, pieds et soies de Térébelles. ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Quatrefages (1866: 55): "Tête et anneau buccal confondus, portant 7 antennes ou tentacules ... [details]

 Distribution

Atlantic Ocean: English Channel. [details]

 Distribution

Atlantic Ocean: Chausey Islands (western France, English Channel).  [details]

 Distribution

Northeast Atlantic Ocean: English Channel (Saint-Vaast-la-Hougue, Normandy, France). [details]

 Distribution

Atlantic Ocean: shores of France (probably in the French Atlantic coast). [details]

 Editor's comment

Currently lacking a source for a usage of this apparently incorrect gender spelling variant. [details]

 Editor's comment

For easier tracking and understanding it seems best to refer the Vermilia abbreviata subsequent combination back to ... [details]

 Etymology

Not known.  [details]

 Etymology

The genus is dedicated to René-Édouard Claparède (Chancy, 24 April 1832 - Siena, 31 May 1871), Swiss physician ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated, but clearly for honoring the well-known biologist Otto Andreas Lowson Mörch (also seen as Mørch when ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated in the original description. Orbinia is a female personal name from ancient Rome. For example a book on ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated in the original description. The specific epithet setosa is a Latin adjective meaning 'bristly'or ... [details]

 Etymology

Not explicitly stated in the original description. The specific epithet chauseyana refers to the type locality of ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated in the original description. The specific epithet elongatus means 'prolonged' or 'elongated' and is the ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated by the author. The specific epithet pectoralis is a Latin word, either employed as a noun meaning ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Feminine. Orbinia is a female personal name from ancient Rome. Where adjectival species epithets have been used in ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Assumed to be neuter from the Greek noun phragma (a fence or hedge), but as Quatrefages names were agreeing with ... [details]

 Habitat

Not stated in the original description. [details]

 Habitat

Amongst coralline tufts: "au milieu des touffes de corallines" (Quatrefages, 1866: 66). [details]

 Habitat

Type of sediment not stated, in the upper intertidal. [details]

 Habitat

Not stated by the author. [details]

 Holotype

Musée National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France (MNHN POLY TYPE 464).  [details]

 Holotype

Deposited at the Musée National d'Histoire Naturelle, Paris, (MNHN POLY TYPE 460. [details]

 Homonymy

According to Nomenclator Zoologicus preceded by Codonytes delle Chiaje, 1828 (Bryozoa). However, Quatrefages was ... [details]

 Homonymy

As noted by Mackie & Gobin (1993) Quatrefages used Johnstonia twice in two different families, first Nereididae, ... [details]

 Homonymy

Polyphragma Quatrefages 1866 is the senior homonym to Polyphragma Reuss 1871 in Protista, and Polyphragma Alexander ... [details]

 Nomenclature

Quatrefages erected this genus for Lumbricus marinus sensu Delle Chiaje, 1841 [details]

 Nomenclature

Erected for Phyllodoce macrophthalma Grube [nomen dubium fide Pleijel] and Phyllodoce longicirris Grube [details]

 Nomenclature

Hartman (1959) states Polyphragma was erected for Eupomatus uncinatus. However, two further species were included. ... [details]

 Nomenclature

The first appearance of this name seems to be in Savigny's 1822 annelid volumes of Description de l'Égypte (p.77). ... [details]

 Spelling

Quatrefage used "morchii" without an umlaut, and without an o slash. Also Morch was Danish, not German, thus ... [details]

 Spelling

Quatrefages used the incorrect subsequent spelling 'cirrata' for his species of Kefersteinia instead of 'cirrhata' [details]

 Spelling

record added to redirect to Kefersteinia cirrhata, as the misspelling is common, including in Hartman catalogue, p.187 [details]

 Spelling

Petaloproctus terricola is the original spelling (mandatory emendation to 'terricolus'?) [details]

 Synonymy

This name has had few mentions and appears to have been overlooked in some major works. It is not indexed in ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Quatrefages (1866 p.533) placed Eupomatus pectinatus Philippi as the combination Vermilia pectinata, and clearly ... [details]

 Type locality

Type specimen & locality data is attached to the entry for 'Jonhstonia clymenoide', an original misspelling. The ... [details]

 Type locality

San Sebastian, Bay of Biscay, in Spain near the French border, near lighthouse point, estimated geolocation ... [details]

 Type locality

Saint-Vaast-la-Hogue, Cotentin peninsula, Normandy coast, France, English Channel, Atlantic Ocean (gazetteer ... [details]

 Type locality

Chausey Islands, off Normandy, western France, Atlantic Ocean (gazetteer estimate 48.88°, -1.81°). [details]

 Type locality

Saint-Vaast-la-Hogue, Cotentin peninsula, Normandy coast, France, English Channel, Atlantic Ocean (gazetteer ... [details]

 Type locality

Shores of France ("les côtes de France"; Quatrefages, 1866: 358), very likely in the Atlantic coast of France. [details]

 Type species

The type species of Odontosyllis is O. gibba Claparède, 1863 by monotypy. However, the type species is wrongly ... [details]

 Type species

Quatrefages (1866) described both Phenacia setosa and P. terebelloides. It appears which of those is the type ... [details]

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