Ophiuroidea name details

Indophioderma Sastry, Marimuthu & Rajan, 2019

1418012  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1418012)

taxon inquirendum (Most likely a junior homonym of Ophiopeza)
Genus

Species Indophioderma ganapatii Sastry, Maramuthu & Rajan, 2019 (taxon inquirendum, (Most likely a species of Ophiopeza))
marine
Sastry, D.R.K., Marimuthu, N., Rajkumar Rajan. (2019). Echinodermata of Lakshadweep, Arabian Sea with the description of a new genus and a species. <em>Record of the zoological Survey of India.</em> 119 (4):348-372., available online at http://recordsofzsi.com/index.php/zsoi/article/view/144963/104849
page(s): 361 [details]   
Nomenclature The gender of the genus is not provided in the original description which may cause confusion in this case, because derma...  
Nomenclature The gender of the genus is not provided in the original description which may cause confusion in this case, because derma is neuter but Ophioderma has been ruled to be feminine by the IZCN. The only included species was named after a male person and its name does therefore not follow the gender of the genus. [details]

Status The authors do not provide characters that distinguish Indophioderma from closely related genera. It is most likely a...  
Status The authors do not provide characters that distinguish Indophioderma from closely related genera. It is most likely a junior homonym of Ophiopeza. [details]
Stöhr, S.; O’Hara, T.; Thuy, B. (Eds) (2020). World Ophiuroidea Database. Indophioderma Sastry, Marimuthu & Rajan, 2019. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/ophiuroidea/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1418012 on 2020-07-11
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original description Sastry, D.R.K., Marimuthu, N., Rajkumar Rajan. (2019). Echinodermata of Lakshadweep, Arabian Sea with the description of a new genus and a species. <em>Record of the zoological Survey of India.</em> 119 (4):348-372., available online at http://recordsofzsi.com/index.php/zsoi/article/view/144963/104849
page(s): 361 [details]   
From editor or global species database
Nomenclature The gender of the genus is not provided in the original description which may cause confusion in this case, because derma is neuter but Ophioderma has been ruled to be feminine by the IZCN. The only included species was named after a male person and its name does therefore not follow the gender of the genus. [details]

Status The authors do not provide characters that distinguish Indophioderma from closely related genera. It is most likely a junior homonym of Ophiopeza. [details]

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