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Quatrefages, A. de. (1866 (1865)). Histoire naturelle des Annelés marins et d'eau douce. Annélides et Géphyriens. Librarie Encyclopédique de Roret. Paris. Volume 1. 1-588.
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Quatrefages, A. de.
1866 (1865)
Histoire naturelle des Annelés marins et d'eau douce. Annélides et Géphyriens
Librarie Encyclopédique de Roret. Paris.
<b>Volume 1.</b> 1-588.
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Eastern Atlantic
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 Authority

The Hartman Catalogue lists Audouinia lamarckii as authored as an original name by Quatrefages, but this is ... [details]

 Authority

Hartman (1959:391) reported this name as "delle Chiaje, 1828 in Quatrefages, 1865" [Q. page 517]. This was modified ... [details]

 Description

The species was described under Lumbrineris. The original description clearly describes and illustrates a ... [details]

 Description

Quatrefages gives a long description. The specimen was large, 14 centimetres by 7 millimetres, with [in ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Quatrefages (1866: 433): "Tête très-petite, mais distincte, privée d'antennes. Corps ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Quatrefages (1850: 292): "Dans les Portelies (Portelia), genre nouveau très voisin des ... [details]

 Editor's comment

Subsequent usages of this name have yet to be found. It would now be a Laetmonice (via replacement name Hermonia) [details]

 Etymology

not stated, but evidently named after M. Mathieu (note spelling difference as latinised), who collected the ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated by Quatrefages, and not known. It does not appear to be a known word in classical Latin or Greek. ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Feminine, an assumption mainly based on the early Marphysa names created and that 'physa' in Greek is a feminine ... [details]

 Holotype

Salazar-Vallejo (2014) notes that MNHN 627 is regarded as the holotype by the holding museum, but this is doubtful ... [details]

 Homonymy

There are two earlier names with priority as Cirratulus australis, one by Blanchard, 1849, and a second by ... [details]

 Homonymy

Nereis robusta Quatrefages, 1866 from New Zealand is an unreplaced junior primary homonym to Nereis robusta ... [details]

 New combination

Quatrefages (1866:393) appears to be the first to restore Amphinome rostrata, after the incorrect usages as ... [details]

 Nomenclature

Quatrefages published the name as Hermione mathei, but as provenance mentions "Aphrodita mathei, Valenciennes, coll ... [details]

 Nomenclature

Nematonereis grubei is an invalid replacement name. Quatrefages transfers Grube's 1840 Lumbriconereis unicornis to ... [details]

 Nomenclature

based on the description attributed as 'Lycoris pulsatoria?' in Rathke (1837, Zur Fauna der Krym, p.412). Rathke ... [details]

 Nomenclature

Quatrefages used his new genus Oria as a place to assign Fabricia (Amphicorina) armandi Claparède, reserving ... [details]

 Publication date

Quatrefages (1866:551) is evidently the source for Hartman's (1959:390) catalogue record date of 1828 (she uses "in ... [details]

 Spelling

It is uncertain if all these "Aphrodite" variants exist in literature. However, for example Quatrefages (1866) used ... [details]

 Spelling

Quatrefages did not use this 'Aphrodite' spelling. Origin in literature unknown. [details]

 Spelling

In the main description for Johnstonia, as published in the second volume of 'Histoire naturelle des Annelés ...', ... [details]

 Spelling

The obvious lapsus as 'Jonhstonia' is given a separate record because it features in Quatrefages' main description ... [details]

 Spelling

Quatrefages (1866) used the correct generic spelling. He used Lumbrineris, not the variant Lumbriconereis. [details]

 Spelling

Note that the original spelling is "heterocheta", not "heterochaeta". The spelling as Tylorrhynchus heterochaetus ... [details]

 Spelling

Note that the original spelling is "heterocheta", not "heterochaeta". The spelling as Tylorrhynchus heterochaetus ... [details]

 Synonymy

Dasybranchus Quatrefages, 1866 and Nephtys Cuvier, 1817 share the same type species, Nereis ciliata Müller, 1788, ... [details]

 Synonymy

Quatrefages (1866: 485) described (relatively fully) Lophiocephalus grandis, but evidently from the same two Paris ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Quatrefages (1866: 382) placed the genus and species as incertae sedis in Lumbrineridae. Hartman evidently did not ... [details]

 Taxonomy

As Conconia is monotypic the transfer of C. caerulea to Sthenelais means that Conconia is a junior synonym of ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Hartman catalogue records this name as 'Millepeda marina amboinensis Seba in Audouin & Milne Edwards, 1833' but in ... [details]

 Taxonomy

New name for Serpula trilatera Grube, 1850, in itself a new name for Serpula triquetra non Linnaeus, sensu ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Grube's new name for Serpula triquetra non Linnaeus, sensu Philippi, 1844; indeterminable according to Quatrefages ... [details]

 Type locality

New Zealand. The locality is only "Nouvelle-Zelande" but Arnoux possibly collected the specimen at Akaroa [details]

 Type locality

Saint Vaast, France. Although Hartman's catalogue indicates the type locality is Norway, Quatrefages specimens were ... [details]

 Type locality

Île-de-Bréhat, Brittany, France, 48.8374, -3.005037 (adjusted from gazetteer) [details]

 Type locality

New Guinea, collected by Quoy et Gaimard [details]

 Type locality

New Zealand, from unspecified location, collected by Quoy & Gaimard according to Quatrefages. [details]

 Type locality

Saint-Vaast-la-Hogue, Cotentin peninsula, Normandy coast, France, gazetteer estimate 49.5835, -1.2631 [details]

 Type species

Quatrefages included four species in his new genus Audouinia, A. lamarckii, A. norwegica, A. crassa, and A. ... [details]

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