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Polychaeta source details

Daudin, François Marie. (1800). Receuil de mémoires et de notes sur des espèces inédites ou peu connues de Mollusques, de vers et de zoophytes. xviii & 19-50. Fuchs & Treuttel et Wurtz. Paris.
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Daudin, François Marie
1800
Receuil de mémoires et de notes sur des espèces inédites ou peu connues de Mollusques, de vers et de zoophytes
xviii & 19-50. Fuchs & Treuttel et Wurtz. Paris.
Publication
CLEMAM P0417
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Serpula indica (Daudin, 1800) (original description)
Spiroglyphus Daudin, 1800 [as Annelida] (original description)
Spiroglyphus annulatus Daudin, 1800 (original description)
Spiroglyphus politus Daudin, 1800 (original description)
Spirorbis Daudin, 1800 (original description)
Spirorbis borealis Daudin, 1800 accepted as Spirorbis (Spirorbis) spirorbis (Linnaeus, 1758) (original description)
Spirorbis carinatus Daudin, 1800 (original description)
Spirorbis transversus Daudin, 1800 (original description)
 Authority

Described in Daudin (1800: 48), but in the Hartman catalogue was recorded as "Daudin in Mörch, 1863" This was the ... [details]

 Description

Here is the original description of Daudin (1800): "GENRE SPIRORBE. SPIRORBIS. Caractère generIque. Coquille ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. Spirorbis is a compound modified from Latin 'spira' (twisted) and 'orbis' (circle). As orbis is ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Masculine, as orbis is masculine. Two of the names created by Daudin had masculine endings, namely carinatus and ... [details]

 Synonymy

Spirorbis borealis is clearly an objective (not subjective) synonym of Serpula spirorbis (now Spirorbis spirorbis), ... [details]

 Type locality

Linnaeus does not give a country location, and nor does Daudin. North Sea & Channel might be assumed. Linnaeus ... [details]

 Type locality

Unknown. France? Daudin states: "La patrie de ce Spirorbe est inconnue; il appartient au C en . Favanne. This is ... [details]