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Orensanz, J.M. (1990). The Eunicemorph polychaete annelids from Antarctic and Subantarctic Seas. With addenda to the Eunicemorpha of Argentina, Chile, New Zealand, Australia, and the Southern Indian Ocean. Antarctic Research Series. 52: 1-183.
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10.1029/AR052p0001 [view]
Orensanz, J.M.
1990
The Eunicemorph polychaete annelids from Antarctic and Subantarctic Seas. With addenda to the Eunicemorpha of Argentina, Chile, New Zealand, Australia, and the Southern Indian Ocean.
Antarctic Research Series
52: 1-183
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyD)
The eunicemorph polychaetes from Antarctic and Subantarctic seas are reviewed, and new data adding to the knowledge of the eunicemorphs from New Zealand, Australia, Chile, and Argentina have been included. The systematics of the order Eunicemorpha is discussed, and suggestions are made pertinent to the status and definition of some families. It is proposed to merge the Lysaretidae with the Lumbrineridae, and the Oenonidae with the Arabellidae, and to redefine the Iphitimidae as a family independent of the Dorvilleidae. Abyssoninoe, new genus, is erected for lumbrinerids in the "abyssorum" group of Lumbrineris sensu lato. The lumbrinerid genus Eranno Kinberg is revived and redefined, and Lumbrineris Blainville is restricted. Three new genera, Mammiphitime, Pinniphitime, and Palpiphitime, are erected within the Iphitimidae. The following new species are described: Leptoecia vivipara (Antarctic; = Leptoecia abyssorum sensu Monro, 1939), Hyalinoecia incubans (New Zealand), Eunice austropacifica (Pacific-Antarctic Ridge; = Eunice frauenfeldi sensu Hartman, 1967, in part), Marphysa galluccii (Bounty-Antipodes Plateau), Arabella protomutans (Magellanic Province; = A. iricolor sensu Monro, 1930), Drilonereis viborita (Chile), Pettiboneia hartmanae (Antarctic; = Dorvillea furcata sensu Hartman, 1978), Mammiphitime tridentata (Magellanic Province; = Ophryotrocha claparedei sensu Hartman, 1953, in part), and Pinniphitime pinnognatha (Antarctic; = Paractius notialis sensu Ehlers, 1913, in part). The diagnosis of several species is substantially expanded, and new synonymies are presented in many cases, largely based on the reexamination of collections studied by other authors.
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Arabellidae Hartman, 1944 accepted as Oenonidae Kinberg, 1865 (source of synonymy)
Dorvilleidae Chamberlin, 1919 (additional source)
Eunicida (identification resource)
Eunicida (additional source)
Eunicidae Berthold, 1827 (additional source)
Lumbrineridae Schmarda, 1861 (additional source)
Lumbrineriopsis Orensanz, 1973 (status source)
Onuphidae Kinberg, 1865 (additional source)
 Classification

Orensanz placed Mammiphitime into Iphitimidae, hence the genus name. However, the family (and Iphitime) is included ... [details]

 Classification

Orensanz (1990) placed the genus Pinniphitime in Iphitimidae, hence the name choice, but this family is not now ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Diagnosis of Orensanz, 1990: Iphitimidae: "Eunicemorphs with maxillae of ctenognath architecture. Prostomium with ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Based on family Diagnosis of Orensanz (1990), plus his diagnosis of Mammiphitime: Iphitimidae: "Eunicemorphs with ... [details]

 Editor's comment

According to Orensanz (1990:33) 'the species closely resembles K. notialis, from which it differs in having ... [details]

 Etymology

author: Mammiphitime is "from 'mamma' (Latin: mother, breast), referring to the presence of mammillate dorsal ... [details]

 Etymology

Author: "From 'palpus' (Latin: palp), and Iphitime, nominal genus of the family, making reference to the peculiar ... [details]

 Etymology

Author: "From 'pinna' (Latin: feather), making reference to the pinnate mandibular lobes, and Iphitime, nominal ... [details]

 Etymology

author: "from 'pinna' (Latin: feather) and 'gnathos' (Greek: jaw), making reference to the pinnate projections of ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Feminine. Iphitime is a feminine personal name. [details]

 Status

Erected for A. sulcaticeps, this genus was said by Orensanz (1990) to be a senior synonym of Lumbrineriopsis ... [details]

 Status

McIntosh (1885) placed all his Challenger Hyalinoecia from worldwide occurrences as H. tubicola or as varieties of ... [details]

 Status

There appear to be no published usages of the Marphysa parvipes recombination, but Orensanz (1990: 61) informally ... [details]

 Synonymy

Orensanz (1990:76) raised the question of whether Lumbrineriopsis was junior to Aotearia Benham 1927, although he ... [details]

 Synonymy

Paramarphysa diagnostically lacks branchiae, but the genus name appears not to have been used since 1992. Orensanz ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Knox & Green recombined A. sulcaticeps in Lumbrineris. Orensanz placed it in his genus Lumbrineriopsis Orensanz, ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Orensanz (1990: 119) continued Family Iphitimidae of Fauchald (1970), adding new genera Pinniphitime, Palpiphitime, ... [details]

 Type locality

Off Princess Elizabeth Land, Antarctic, BANZ/103, 67 3' S, 74 29' E (-67.05, 74.4833), 437 m [details]

 Type locality

Wilhelm II Coast, Antarctica [details]

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