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Wilson, Robin S. (1988). A review of Eteone Savigny, 1820, Mysta Malmgren, 1865 and Hypereteone Bergström, 1914 (Polychaeta: Phyllodocidae). Memoirs of the Museum of Victoria. 49(2): 385-431.
10.24199/j.mmv.1988.49.17 [view]
Wilson, Robin S.
A review of <i>Eteone</i> Savigny, 1820, <i>Mysta</i> Malmgren, 1865 and <i>Hypereteone</i> Bergström, 1914 (Polychaeta: Phyllodocidae)
Memoirs of the Museum of Victoria
49(2): 385-431
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
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Eteone sensu lato is reviewed and three genera recognised: Hypereteone Bergström, 1914 is resurrected and redefined; Mysta Malmgren, 1865 is retained unchanged and Eteone Savigny,1820 is redefined to include all remaining species. Hypereteone now comprises nine nominal species including H. otati and H. tingara which are described as new species. An apparently undescribed species of Hypereteone is also recognised and H. alba (Webster, 1879), H. barantollae (Fauvel, 1932), H. fauchaldi (Kravitz and Jones, 1979), H. foliosa (Quatrefages, 1865), H. heteropoda (Hartman, 1951) and H. lighti (Hartman, 1936) are proposed as new combinations. Mysta now includes seven nominal species and one undescribed form, and M. platycephala (Augener, 1913) is proposed as a new combination. Eteone sensu stricto now includes 28 nominal species of which four are designated nomina dubia. Eteone palari and E. tulua are described as new species. Keys are provided to distinguish the three genera and all well-described species within each genus. Australian species in all three genera are distinguished in a separate key.
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Description of species by Hartman (1936) included prostomium and stated that it had up to 125 segments. Wilson ... [details]

 Type locality

Hartman (1936: 130) refers the type locality as "sandy beaches at outer side of Bodega sand spit, Sonoma County" ... [details]

 Type material

From Wilson (1988: 395): "There is some confusion as to the status of the USNM [20338] type material. The original ... [details]

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