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Fiege, Dieter; Barnich, Ruth. (2009). Polynoidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) associated with cold-water coral reefs of the northeast Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea. Zoosymposia. 2 : 149-164. 9th International Polychaete Conference, Portland, ME, 2007.
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Fiege, Dieter; Barnich, Ruth
2009
Polynoidae (Annelida: Polychaeta) associated with cold-water coral reefs of the northeast Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea.
Zoosymposia
2 : 149-164. 9th International Polychaete Conference, Portland, ME, 2007
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb). Publication is open access
Polychaeta database
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An overview of polynoid scale worms known to occur on cold-water coral reefs of the northeast Atlantic and the Mediterranean Sea is given, including a key for identification of species. Harmothoe oculinarum (Storm, 1879), H. vesiculosa Ditlevsen, 1917, and Leucia violacea (Storm, 1879) comb. nov. are redescribed. A lectotype is designated for H. vesiculosa and the generic status of Leucia violacea (Storm, 1879) comb. nov. and Neolagisca jeffreysi (McIntosh, 1876) comb. nov. are changed. The biogeography of the species is discussed
Mediterranean
North Atlantic
Associations, Symbiosis, Commensalism (parasitism see *PAR)
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Evarne normani McIntosh, 1879 accepted as Leucia violacea (Storm, 1879) (source of synonymy)
Harmothoe oculinarum (Storm, 1879) (redescription)
Harmothoe vesiculosa Ditlevsen, 1917 (subsequent type designation)
Harmothoe violacea (Storm, 1879) accepted as Leucia violacea (Storm, 1879) (new combination reference)
Laenilla violacea Storm, 1879 accepted as Leucia violacea (Storm, 1879) (new combination reference)
Lagisca drachi Reyss, 1961 accepted as Neolagisca jeffreysi (McIntosh, 1876) (source of synonymy)
Lagisca jeffreysii McIntosh, 1876 accepted as Neolagisca jeffreysi (McIntosh, 1876) (source of synonymy)
Leucia Malmgren, 1867 (redescription)
Leucia violacea (Storm, 1879) (new combination reference)
Neolagisca Barnich & Fiege, 2000 (additional source)
Neolagisca drachi (Reyss, 1961) accepted as Neolagisca jeffreysi (McIntosh, 1876) (source of synonymy)
Neolagisca jeffreysi (McIntosh, 1876) (new combination reference)
 Diagnosis

[Fide Fiege & Barnich, 2009:150] "Body dorsoventrally flattened, short, with about 43 segments, more or less ... [details]

 Diagnosis

[Fide Fiege & Barnich, 2009:152] Body dorsoventrally flattened, short, with up to about 50 segments; dorsum more or ... [details]

 Diagnosis

[Fide Fiege & Barnich, 2009:157] Body dorsoventrally flattened, short, with up to about 50 segments; dorsum more or ... [details]

 Diagnosis

[Fide Fiege & Barnich, 2009] "Body flattened dorsoventrally, short, with up to 44 segments, more or less covered by ... [details]

 Type material

Ditlevsen described the species from " …a great number of fragments are present, all in a rather bad condition. ... [details]

 Type material

[Fide Bakken, via Fiege & Barnich, 2009] "The specimens with the catalogue number ZMO C 5228 could be the type ... [details]