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Polychaeta taxon details

Haplosyllides aberrans (Fauvel, 1939)

760285  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:760285)

accepted
Species
Haplosyllis aberrans (Fauvel, 1939) (superseded alternate representation)
Syllis (Haplosyllis) aberrans Fauvel, 1939 (superseded original combination)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent only
(of Syllis (Haplosyllis) aberrans Fauvel, 1939) Fauvel, P. 1939. Annélides Polychètes de l'Indochine receuillies par M. C. Dawydoff. Commentationes, Pontificia Academia Scientiarum, ann., 3: 243-368.
page(s): 289-291, fig. 3 [details]   
Type locality contained in Indochina  
type locality contained in Indochina [from synonym] [view taxon] [details]
Note Martin et al (2009) state erroneously that the...  
From editor or global species database
Type material Martin et al (2009) state erroneously that the specimen MNHN TYPE 1497 is a paratype of the species. The specimen was collected only in 2003, much later than the description of the species (1939).  [details]
Depth range 2-50 m.  
Depth range 2-50 m. [details]

Distribution South China Sea, Vietnam: Nhatrang Bay and Spratly Archipelago. Celebes Sea, Philippines: off Tongkil Island, Sulu...  
Distribution South China Sea, Vietnam: Nhatrang Bay and Spratly Archipelago. Celebes Sea, Philippines: off Tongkil Island, Sulu Archipelago. Savu Sea, Indonesia: NE Sumba Island.  [details]
Read, G.; Fauchald, K. (Ed.) (2018). World Polychaeta database. Haplosyllides aberrans (Fauvel, 1939). Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/polychaeta/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=760285 on 2019-11-12
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original description  (of Syllis (Haplosyllis) aberrans Fauvel, 1939) Fauvel, P. 1939. Annélides Polychètes de l'Indochine receuillies par M. C. Dawydoff. Commentationes, Pontificia Academia Scientiarum, ann., 3: 243-368.
page(s): 289-291, fig. 3 [details]   

additional source Martin, D.; Marin, I.; Britayev, T. (2008). Features of the first known association between Syllidae (Annelida, Polychaeta) and crustaceans. <em>Organisms Diversity & Evolution.</em> 8(4): 279-281., available online at http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ode.2007.12.002
page(s): 280, fig. 1 [details]   

new combination reference Martin, D.; Aguado, M.T.; Britayev, T.A. 2009. Review of the symbiotic genus <i>Haplosyllides</i> (Polychaeta: Syllidae), with a description of a new species. Zoological Science 26(9): 646-655
page(s): 647-650, figs. 1, 2E-H, 3, 4B, D, 5D-F, 6, 7A-E, table 1 [details]   
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien  Containing type locality 
 

Nontype MNHN TYPE 1497, geounit South China Sea [details]
Nontype ZMA V.Pol. 2046, geounit Celebes Sea [details]
Nontype ZMA V.Pol. 5271, geounit Savu Sea [details]
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Depth range 2-50 m. [details]

Distribution South China Sea, Vietnam: Nhatrang Bay and Spratly Archipelago. Celebes Sea, Philippines: off Tongkil Island, Sulu Archipelago. Savu Sea, Indonesia: NE Sumba Island.  [details]

Editor's comment The station 109 of the Siboga Expedition where the 2 specimens of Haplosyllides aberrans were collected is normally stated to be 'Anchorage off Pulu Tongkil, Sulu Archipelago, 6º04'N, 121º45'E, 13 m'. 'Pulu' is a miswriting of 'Pulau', and means 'island' in several languages of the region. Anchorage does not refer to any toponym, but to where the ship Siboga did anchorage the June 5-6, 1899. This way the locality can be referred to as 'off Tongkil Island, Sulu Archipelago, 6º04'N, 121º45'E'. Tongkil can be also written as Tongquil. Finally, while the biggest part of the samples of the Siboga Expedition were collected in a region that forms the modern Indonesia, the Sulu Archipelago is part of The Philippines.  [details]

Habitat On sandy substrates, together with sponges and gorgonians (but not found associated with them), between 13-50 m. One specimen found attached to a pleopod of a specimen of Galaxea astreata (Lamarck, 1816), collected at 2-3 m, but it seems to be an accidental attachment, not the result of a symbiotic association.  [details]

Type material Martin et al (2009) state erroneously that the specimen MNHN TYPE 1497 is a paratype of the species. The specimen was collected only in 2003, much later than the description of the species (1939).  [details]