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Polychaeta source details

Imajima, Minoru. (1997). Polychaetous annelids from Sagami Bay and Sagami Sea collected by the Emperor Showa of Japan and deposited at the Showa Memorial Institute, National Science Museum, Tokyo. Families Polynoidae and Acoetidae. National Science Museum Monographs. 13: 1-131.
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Imajima, Minoru
1997
Polychaetous annelids from Sagami Bay and Sagami Sea collected by the Emperor Showa of Japan and deposited at the Showa Memorial Institute, National Science Museum, Tokyo. Families Polynoidae and Acoetidae
National Science Museum Monographs
13: 1-131
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
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Polychaetes of 31 species of Polynoidae and two species of Acoetidae from Sagami Bay and Sagami Sea are recorded from the collection made by the Emperor Showa, deposited at the Showa Memorial Insritute. Three new genera of Polynoidae, Showascatisetosus, Medioantenna and Showapolynoe are described. Seven species of Polynoidae, Showascalisetosus shimizui, Medioantenna clavata, Harmothoe cylindrica, Harmothoe glomerosa, Eunoe spinosa, Hololepida japonica and Lepidonotus glaber are new to science. Four species of Polynoidae, Harmothoe spinifera, Harmothoe praeclara, Heteralentia ptycholepis and Lepidonotus albopustulatus, and Euarche tubifex of Acoetidae are recorded from Japanese waters for the first time. All species are described.
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Alentia australis (Monro, 1936) accepted as Hololepida australis Monro, 1936 (status source)
Eunoe spinosa Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Euphione McIntosh, 1885 (redescription)
Euphione branchifera (Moore, 1903) (additional source)
Euphione chitoniformis (Moore, 1903) (redescription)
Halosydna brevisetosa Kinberg, 1856 (additional source)
Harmothoe cylindrica Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Harmothoe forcipata (Marenzeller, 1902) (redescription)
Harmothoe glomerosa Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Harmothoe imbricata (Linnaeus, 1767) (redescription)
Harmothoe imbricata (Linnaeus, 1767) (source of synonymy)
Harmothoe praeclara (Haswell, 1883) (source of synonymy)
Harmothoe praeclara (Haswell, 1883) (redescription)
Harmothoe sexdentata (Marenzeller, 1902) (redescription)
Harmothoe sexdentata (Marenzeller, 1902) (source of synonymy)
Harmothoe spinifera (Ehlers, 1864) (redescription)
Harmothoe spinifera (Ehlers, 1864) (source of synonymy)
Harmothoe terminoculata Monro, 1924 accepted as Harmothoe praeclara (Haswell, 1883) (source of synonymy)
Harmothoe triannulata Moore, 1910 (source of synonymy)
Hermenia acantholepis (Grube, 1876) (additional source)
Hermilepidonotus Uschakov, 1974 (additional source)
Hermilepidonotus helotypus (Grube, 1877) (additional source)
Heteralentia Hanley & Burke, 1991 (additional source)
Heteralentia ptycholepis (Grube, 1878) (redescription)
Hololepida Moore, 1905 (redescription)
Hololepida japonica Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Lepidasthenia izukai Imajima & Hartman, 1964 (redescription)
Lepidonotus albopustulatus Horst, 1915 (redescription)
Lepidonotus caelorus Moore, 1903 (additional source)
Lepidonotus carinulatus (Grube, 1870) (additional source)
Lepidonotus elongatus Marenzeller, 1902 (additional source)
Lepidonotus glaber Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Lepidonotus obtectus Frickhinger, 1916 accepted as Euphione branchifera (Moore, 1903) (source of synonymy)
Lepidonotus sagamianus (Izuka, 1912) (additional source)
Lepidonotus spiculus (Treadwell, 1906) (additional source)
Medioantenna Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Medioantenna clavata Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Nonparahalosydna Uschakov, 1982 (redescription)
Nonparahalosydna pleiolepis (Marenzeller, 1879) (basis of record)
Nonparahalosydna pleiolepis (Marenzeller, 1879) (additional source)
Paradyte levis (Marenzeller, 1902) (basis of record)
Paradyte levis (Marenzeller, 1902) (source of synonymy)
Paralepidonotus ampulliferus (Grube, 1878) (redescription)
Physalidonotus rugosus (Benham, 1921) accepted as Euphione branchifera (Moore, 1903) (source of synonymy)
Polynoe (Lepidonotus) pleiolepis Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Nonparahalosydna pleiolepis (Marenzeller, 1879) (source of synonymy)
Polynoe microsetosa Izuka, 1912 accepted as Showapolynoe microsetosa (Izuka, 1912) (source of synonymy)
Scalisetosus pacificus Izuka, 1912 accepted as Paradyte levis (Marenzeller, 1902) (source of synonymy)
Showapolynoe Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Showapolynoe microsetosa (Izuka, 1912) (basis of record)
Showascalisetosus Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Showascalisetosus shimizui Imajima, 1997 (original description)
Japanese Exclusive Economic Zone for Aphrodita goolmarris Hutchings & McRae, 1993  (origin: native)




 Etymology

The species is named for the features of the macrotubercles on the elytra [details]

 Etymology

The species is named for the cylindrical elytra macrotubercles [details]

 Etymology

The species is named for the arrangement of the macrotubercles on the elytra [details]

 Etymology

The species is named because it is the first species of the genus from Japanese waters [details]

 Etymology

The species name refers to lacking the fringe of papillae on the posterior elytra [details]

 Etymology

The species hame refers to the form of the cylindrical dorsal cirri [details]

 Etymology

The genus is named after the late Emperor Showa who investigated the benthic fauna of Sagami Bay [details]

 Etymology

The genus is named after the late Emperor Showa, who collected the specimens [details]

 Etymology

The species is named after Mr Tatsuya shimizu, who helped the biological study of the late Emperor Showa at the ... [details]