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Authority Johnston (1846:447) appears to be the first to use Terebellidae as a family name. Hessle (1917:43) recognised this, stating that "Johnston stellte (1845) die Familie Terebellidae auf", whereas Grube (1850) was the first to recognise the "Terebellomorphen" group of families. Hartman Catalogue (1959:495) preferred Malmgren (1867) over the commonly cited Grube (1850), presumably because Grube (with use of Terebellacea) did not use a correctly latinised form, although he wrote a diagnosis of the family. Johnston (1846) is an earlier usage than Grube. Unlike Grube, he gave no diagnosis, but this is not required under ICZN Art.11.7. [details]
Classification Only subfamilies Terebellinae, and Thelepodinae are in use following the molecular analysis of Stiller et al. (2020). Polycirrinae, which was raised to a family by Nogueira et al (2013), is reduced to tribe Polycirrini within Terebellinae. See the additional sources for the history of higher classification within Terebellidae. Up to four subfamilies (with some names varying) have been used, and also some taxa have been placed in tribes, notably by Holthe (1986), some of which have been used by Stiller et al (2020). Subfamilies include Terebellinae, commonly in literature as Amphitritinae Malmgren, 1867, Artacaminae Malmgren, 1867, Thelepodinae Hessle, 1917 (was Thelepinae), and Polycirrinae Malmgren 1867, but their separation and extent have not been stable. Note that Amphitritinae is disused in favour of Terebellinae, and that Thelepinae was emended to Thelepodinae, but that for decades both Amphitritinae and Thelepinae were the accepted names in use, so there are many works where those names are in the title. Artacaminae is not currently used, as Artacama is included in Terebellinae. [details]
Classification Classification of Terebellidae is now based on Stiller et al (2020). These authors did not find support from molecular data for splitting terebellid clades as three families Polycirridae + Thelepodidae + Telothelepodidae suggested by Nogueira et al (2013). Within Terebellidae Stiller et al (2020) placed Polycirrinae reduced to a tribe within subfamily Terebellinae, and placed Thelepodidae back to subfamily as previously long used, with Telothelepodidae Nogueira et al, 2013 as its synonym.
Earlier Nogueira, Fitzhugh & Hutchings (2013) had proposed a re-organisation of Terebellidae, raising all the subfamilies to family-level, based on a morphology-based cladistic study, rather than re-including Trichobranchidae in Terebellidae. This rank inflation was not accepted in WoRMS. Although they did not formally assign the genera other than type genera, they attempted to include all genera practicable in their analysis (some were not), and their proposal appears to have been as follows:
* Terebellidae (was Terebellinae): Terebella, (also Amphitrite, Amphitritides, Arranooba, Artacama, Articulatia, Axionice, Baffinia, Betapista, Eupolymnia, Eupistella, Hadrachaeta, Hutchingsiella, Lanassa, Lanice, Lanicides, Lanicola, Laphania, Leaena, Loimia, Longicarpus, Morgana, Naneva, Neoamphitrite, Neoleprea, Nicolea, Paramaphitrite, Paraxionice, Phisidia, Pista, Pistella, Proclea, Pseudoproclea, Ramex, Reteterebella, Scionella, Scionides, Spinosphaera, Stschapovella, Thelepides, & Tyira).
* Polycirridae (was Polycirrinae): Polycirrus (also Amaeana, Biremis, Enoplobranchus, Hauchiella, & Lysilla)
* Thelepodidae (was Thelepodinae): Thelepus (also Euthelepus, Pseudostreblosoma, Pseudothelepus (note it is unstated if this is the species under the homonym Pseudothelepus Hutchings 1997 or the valid Pseudothelepus Augener 1918, or both) & Streblosoma).
* Telothelepodidae (new family): Telothelepus (also Decathelepus, Glossothelepus, Parthelepus, & Rhinothelepus)
The authors did not provide a key to enable identification of the taxa belonging to their updated names.
Homonymy Senior to replaced name Terebellidae Adams & Adams, 1854, in Mollusca: Gastropoda, accepted as Seraphsidae, based on Terebellum Röding, 1798. [details]