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Polychaeta name details

Haliplanella Treadwell, 1943

325808  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:325808)

 unaccepted (senior homonym suppressed by ICZN in favour of Haliplanella Hand, 1956)
Genus
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent only
Treadwell, A.L. (1943). Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929 under Command of Captain J.P. Ault. Biology - IV. Biological results of the last cruise of the Carnegie. III. Polychaetous annelids. <em>Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication.</em> 555: 29-59, 1 plate, 4 maps., available online at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/10789918
page(s): 32; note: new genus name here, as Treadwell seems to mis-remember what was in Reibisch (1895) [details]   
Etymology The generic epithet Haliplanella is composed by the name of the genus Halyplanes Reibisch, 1893, misspelled as Haliplanes,...  
Etymology The generic epithet Haliplanella is composed by the name of the genus Halyplanes Reibisch, 1893, misspelled as Haliplanes, followed by the Latin suffix -ella (masculine: -ellus), normally added to a noun to form a diminuitive of that noun, and presumably refers to the small size of the type species of the genus, Haliplanella pacifica Treadwell, 1943, stated to be ''1.4 mm long and 1.1 mm wide, with a prostomial width of 0.4 mm'' (Treadwell, 1943: 32). [details]

Nomenclature Treadwell mistakenly introduced Haliplanella as if it was a name Reibisch had used in 1895. Whereas Reibisch (1895:23) had...  
Nomenclature Treadwell mistakenly introduced Haliplanella as if it was a name Reibisch had used in 1895. Whereas Reibisch (1895:23) had used Haliplanes (his alternate subsequent spelling of Halyplanes which he had introduced in a key in 1893), and compares it with Pelagobia and Maupasia. [details]

Nomenclature Senior homonym suppressed in favour of Haliplanella Hand, 1956 in Anthozoa. From the application by Fautin: "The...  
Nomenclature Senior homonym suppressed in favour of Haliplanella Hand, 1956 in Anthozoa. From the application by Fautin: "The genus-group name Haliplanella was first published by Treadwell (1943) for a pelagic marine polychaete. He provided a short summary of the differences between the genera Haliplanes and Haliplanella, attributing both genera and the differential diagnosis to Reibisch (1895). The use of the name Haliplanella was clearly an error because it does not appear in any of Reibisch's published work, although the pages cited by Treadwell do contain descriptions of the genus Haliplanes and of the species Haliplanes gracilis. In the same paper, Treadwell (1943, p. 32) described a new species, Haliplanella pacifica (holotype 20079, United States National Museum), whereby the name Haliplanella Treadwell, 1943 met the criteria of availability, with H. pacifica the type species by monotypy. Although Treadwell has been recognised as author of the genus (Dales, 1957; Hartman, 1956, 1959; Ushakov, 1972), Haliplanella did not appear in Volume 5 of Nomenclator Zoologicus (Neave, 1950), probably because it had not been intended as a new name by Treadwell (1943)." [details]
Read, G.; Fauchald, K. (Ed.) (2018). World Polychaeta database. Haliplanella Treadwell, 1943. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/polychaeta/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=325808 on 2019-11-22
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2008-03-26 11:36:43Z
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original description Treadwell, A.L. (1943). Scientific Results of Cruise VII of the Carnegie during 1928-1929 under Command of Captain J.P. Ault. Biology - IV. Biological results of the last cruise of the Carnegie. III. Polychaetous annelids. <em>Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication.</em> 555: 29-59, 1 plate, 4 maps., available online at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/10789918
page(s): 32; note: new genus name here, as Treadwell seems to mis-remember what was in Reibisch (1895) [details]   

additional source den Hartog, J. C. 1978. Comment on the proposed suppression of Haliplanella Treadwell (Polychaeta) in favour of Haliplanella Hand (Anthozoa). Z.N. (S.)2192. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 35(2): 73-74. [details]   

additional source Fautin, Daphne Gail; Hand, Cadet (deceased); Daly, Marymegan. (2009). Haliplanella Hand, 1956 (Anthozoa, Actiniaria): proposed conservation by suppression of Haliplanella Treadwell, 1943 (Polychaeta) [Case 3493]. <em>Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature.</em> 66(4): 312-315., available online at http://iczn.org/case-finder?name=3493
note: revived application [details]   

source of synonymy Dales, R. Phillips. (1957). Pelagic polychaetes of the Pacific Ocean. <em>Bulletin of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.</em> 7(2): 99-168., available online at http://escholarship.org/uc/item/51c8j5nj
page(s): 108; note: with Maupasia Viguier, 1886 [details]   

source of synonymy Hartman, Olga. (1956). Polychaetous annelids erected by Treadwell, 1891 to 1948, together with a brief chronology. <em>Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History.</em> 109(2): 239-310., available online at http://hdl.handle.net/2246/1145
page(s): 250, 276; note: with Halyplanes Reibisch, 1893 [details]   

status source ICZN Opinion,. (2013). Opinion 2324 (Case 3493). Haliplanella Hand, 1956 (Anthozoa, Actiniaria): conserved by suppression of Haliplanella Treadwell, 1943 (Polychaeta). <em>Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature.</em> 70(4): 271-273. [details]   
From editor or global species database
Diagnosis Original diagnosis by Treadwell (1943: 32): ''one pair of tentacles and no eyes on the prostomium. On the first somite are dorsal and ventral cirri and a tuft of stout, simple setae. The second somite carries on either side a single long tentacular cirrus.''
 [details]

Etymology The generic epithet Haliplanella is composed by the name of the genus Halyplanes Reibisch, 1893, misspelled as Haliplanes, followed by the Latin suffix -ella (masculine: -ellus), normally added to a noun to form a diminuitive of that noun, and presumably refers to the small size of the type species of the genus, Haliplanella pacifica Treadwell, 1943, stated to be ''1.4 mm long and 1.1 mm wide, with a prostomial width of 0.4 mm'' (Treadwell, 1943: 32). [details]

Nomenclature Treadwell mistakenly introduced Haliplanella as if it was a name Reibisch had used in 1895. Whereas Reibisch (1895:23) had used Haliplanes (his alternate subsequent spelling of Halyplanes which he had introduced in a key in 1893), and compares it with Pelagobia and Maupasia. [details]

Nomenclature Senior homonym suppressed in favour of Haliplanella Hand, 1956 in Anthozoa. From the application by Fautin: "The genus-group name Haliplanella was first published by Treadwell (1943) for a pelagic marine polychaete. He provided a short summary of the differences between the genera Haliplanes and Haliplanella, attributing both genera and the differential diagnosis to Reibisch (1895). The use of the name Haliplanella was clearly an error because it does not appear in any of Reibisch's published work, although the pages cited by Treadwell do contain descriptions of the genus Haliplanes and of the species Haliplanes gracilis. In the same paper, Treadwell (1943, p. 32) described a new species, Haliplanella pacifica (holotype 20079, United States National Museum), whereby the name Haliplanella Treadwell, 1943 met the criteria of availability, with H. pacifica the type species by monotypy. Although Treadwell has been recognised as author of the genus (Dales, 1957; Hartman, 1956, 1959; Ushakov, 1972), Haliplanella did not appear in Volume 5 of Nomenclator Zoologicus (Neave, 1950), probably because it had not been intended as a new name by Treadwell (1943)." [details]