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Fauchald, K. (1982). Revision of Onuphis, Nothria, and Paradiopatra (Polychaeta: Onuphidae) based upon type material. Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology. 356: 1-109.
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10.5479/si.00810282.356 [view]
Fauchald, K.
1982
Revision of <i>Onuphis</i>, <i>Nothria</i>, and <i>Paradiopatra</i> (Polychaeta: Onuphidae) based upon type material
Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology
356: 1-109
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
A revision of type material of species named in, or assigned to, Onuphis, Nothria, and Paradiopatra has lead to the recognition of three new genera in addition to the ones previously named for the group. An evaluation of the variability of various morphological features used as taxonomic characters is also given.
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Kinbergonuphis Fauchald, 1982 (original description)
Kinbergonuphis abyssalis (Fauchald, 1968) (basis of record)
Kinbergonuphis atlantisa (Hartman, 1965) (basis of record)
Kinbergonuphis investigatoris (Fauvel, 1932) (basis of record)
Kinbergonuphis microcephala (Hartman, 1944) (basis of record)
Kinbergonuphis mixta (Fauchald & Hancock, 1981) (basis of record)
Kinbergonuphis nannognathus (Chamberlin, 1919) (basis of record)
Kinbergonuphis notialis (Monro, 1930) (additional source)
Kinbergonuphis oligobranchiata (Orensanz, 1974) (basis of record)
Kinbergonuphis proalopus (Chamberlin, 1919) (basis of record)
Kinbergonuphis rubrescens (Augener, 1906) (basis of record)
Kinbergonuphis tenuisetis (McIntosh, 1885) (basis of record)
Mooreonuphis Fauchald, 1982 (original description)
Mooreonuphis pallidula (Hartman, 1965) (basis of record)
Nothria armandi McIntosh, 1885 accepted as Paradiopatra ehlersi (McIntosh, 1885) (source of synonymy)
Nothria atlantisa Hartman, 1965 accepted as Kinbergonuphis atlantisa (Hartman, 1965) (source of synonymy)
Nothria pallida Moore, 1911 accepted as Onuphis pallida (Moore, 1911) (source of synonymy)
Nothria pallidula Hartman, 1965 accepted as Mooreonuphis pallidula (Hartman, 1965) (source of synonymy)
Nothria rullieriana Amoureux, 1977 accepted as Onuphis rullieriana (Amoureux, 1977) (source of synonymy)
Nothria tenuisetis McIntosh, 1885 accepted as Kinbergonuphis tenuisetis (McIntosh, 1885) (source of synonymy)
Onuphis investigatoris Fauvel, 1932 accepted as Kinbergonuphis investigatoris (Fauvel, 1932) (source of synonymy)
Onuphis mexicana (Fauchald, 1968) (basis of record)
Onuphis pallida (Moore, 1911) (basis of record)
Onuphis proalopus Chamberlin, 1919 accepted as Kinbergonuphis proalopus (Chamberlin, 1919) (source of synonymy)
Onuphis rullieriana (Amoureux, 1977) (additional source)
Onuphis vibex (Fauchald, 1972) (basis of record)
Sarsonuphis Fauchald, 1982 accepted as Paradiopatra Ehlers, 1887 (original description)
Sarsonuphis armandi (McIntosh, 1885) accepted as Paradiopatra ehlersi (McIntosh, 1885) (basis of record)
Sarsonuphis ehlersi (McIntosh, 1885) accepted as Paradiopatra ehlersi (McIntosh, 1885) (new combination reference)
Sarsonuphis hartmanae (Kirkegaard, 1980) represented as Paradiopatra hartmanae (Kirkegaard, 1980) (status source)
Sarsonuphis quadricuspis (M. Sars in G.O. Sars, 1872) accepted as Paradiopatra quadricuspis (M. Sars in G.O. Sars, 1872) (source of synonymy)
 Etymology

author: "Named in honor of the Swedish polychaete expert Johan Gustaf Hjalmar Kinberg, combines his last name with ... [details]

 Etymology

Mooreonuphis combines the last name of taxonomist J Percy Moore with that of the earliest described genus in the ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

stated to be feminine [details]

 Grammatical gender

Feminine. Fauchald states the genus is feminine. [details]

 Spelling

pachyctmema instead of pachytmema throughout in Fauchald (1982) [details]

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