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Polychaeta name details

Serpula (Hydroides) diplochone Grube, 1878

338108  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:338108)

 unaccepted (superseded original combination)
Species
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent only
Grube, Adolph-Eduard. 1878. Einige neue anneliden aus Japan. Jahres-Bericht der Schlesischen Gesellschaft für Vaterländische Cultur 55 [1878 for 1877]: 104-106 , available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/37206819
page(s): 104, without figures [details]   
Type locality contained in Peter the Great Bay  
type locality contained in Peter the Great Bay [details]
Note Askold Island, outer Peter the Great Gulf, N....  
From editor or global species database
Type locality Askold Island, outer Peter the Great Gulf, N. Japan Sea 42.7333° 132.3333° (map estimate,inferred to be the type locality. Grube does not present location information beyond that the material was from “nordjapanischen Meeres”, but it’s also mentioned that the collector was the Siberian-based Polish naturalist Dybowski, whose travels in the region are documented. In 1874 Benedykt Dybowski collected fauna at Askold Island, near Vladivostok on the Siberian coast (fide Zoological Museum, University of Lliv [no date], Benedykt Dybowski (12.V.1833-31.I.1930)). [details]
Etymology Not stated, but the name for Serpula diplochone derives from Greek Latinized as diplos ‘two-fold’ and feminine Greek...  
Etymology Not stated, but the name for Serpula diplochone derives from Greek Latinized as diplos ‘two-fold’ and feminine Greek noun χοάνη (choani) ‘funnel’, thus double funnel, evidently in reference to the two-tier operculum that Grube describes (a generic character) [details]

Status A single subsequent valid usage of the name was later identified as an occurrence of Hydroides ezoensis (a junior name),...  
Status A single subsequent valid usage of the name was later identified as an occurrence of Hydroides ezoensis (a junior name), but it is uncertain that Grube’s original serpulid (type missing) was the same (fide Zibrowius, 1978: 144; Sun et al., 2015: 37).  [details]
Read, G.; Fauchald, K. (Ed.) (2018). World Polychaeta database. Serpula (Hydroides) diplochone Grube, 1878. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/polychaeta/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=338108 on 2019-11-17
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2008-03-18 12:55:09Z
created
2008-03-26 11:36:43Z
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2009-12-02 20:25:59Z
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2016-07-17 22:19:43Z
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2016-11-24 21:32:14Z
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original description Grube, Adolph-Eduard. 1878. Einige neue anneliden aus Japan. Jahres-Bericht der Schlesischen Gesellschaft für Vaterländische Cultur 55 [1878 for 1877]: 104-106 , available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/37206819
page(s): 104, without figures [details]   

source of synonymy Imajima, M. (1978). Serpulidae (Annelida, Polychaeta) collected around Nii-jima and O-shima, Izu Islands. <em>Memoirs of the National Science Museum, Tokyo.</em> 11: 49-72.
page(s): 54; note: The Zachs record is synonymised with H. ezoensis. This does not mean Imajima was synonymising the original Serpula diplochone [details]   
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien  Containing type locality 
 

From editor or global species database
Etymology Not stated, but the name for Serpula diplochone derives from Greek Latinized as diplos ‘two-fold’ and feminine Greek noun χοάνη (choani) ‘funnel’, thus double funnel, evidently in reference to the two-tier operculum that Grube describes (a generic character) [details]

Status A single subsequent valid usage of the name was later identified as an occurrence of Hydroides ezoensis (a junior name), but it is uncertain that Grube’s original serpulid (type missing) was the same (fide Zibrowius, 1978: 144; Sun et al., 2015: 37).  [details]

Type locality Askold Island, outer Peter the Great Gulf, N. Japan Sea 42.7333° 132.3333° (map estimate,inferred to be the type locality. Grube does not present location information beyond that the material was from “nordjapanischen Meeres”, but it’s also mentioned that the collector was the Siberian-based Polish naturalist Dybowski, whose travels in the region are documented. In 1874 Benedykt Dybowski collected fauna at Askold Island, near Vladivostok on the Siberian coast (fide Zoological Museum, University of Lliv [no date], Benedykt Dybowski (12.V.1833-31.I.1930)). [details]