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Polychaeta source details

Fiege, D.; Licher, F.; Mackie, A.S.Y. (2000). A partial review of the European Magelonidae (Annelida: Polychaeta): Magelona mirabilis redefined and M. johnstoni sp. nov. distinguished. . Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 80: 215-234.
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Fiege, D.; Licher, F.; Mackie, A.S.Y.
2000
A partial review of the European Magelonidae (Annelida: Polychaeta): <i>Magelona mirabilis</i> redefined and <i>M. johnstoni</i> sp. nov. distinguished. <i>
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom
80: 215-234
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Kristian Fauchald's Polychaeta DB
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Holotype BMNH 1999.2401, geounit Saint Andrews, identified as Magelona johnstoni Fiege, Licher & Mackie, 2000
 Etymology

Fiege et al (2000: 222) suggested Maea was named after a "classical city" in Çanakkale Bogazi, Turkey. However, it ... [details]

 Neotype

BMNH 1999.2400 (could not be found in BMNH data portal), separated from BMNH 1921.5.1.3023-3043, Maea mirabilis, St ... [details]

 Original description

Johnston gives a text description, and cites a plate XXII. However, this plate is not in his book (published ... [details]

 Synonymy

According to several authors, M. papillicornis is widespread in Europe, and even the dominant species in some ... [details]

 Type locality

St Andrews, Scotland for neotype. Originally British Isles, unspecified. Johnston notes "This singular worm was ... [details]