basis of record
Barnich, Ruth; Fiege, Dieter. (2000). Revision of the Mediterranean species of <i>Harmothoe</i> Kinberg, 1856 and <i>Lagisca</i> Malmgren, 1865 (Polychaeta: Polynoidae: Polynoinae) with descriptions of a new genus and a new species. <em>Journal of Natural History.</em> 34(10): 1889-1938., available online at https://doi.org/10.1080/00222930050144783 [details] Available for editors
From editor or global species database
Status Polynoinae and Arctonoinae I sensu Barnich & Fiege, 2001. In the context of discussion of Malmgreniella, Barnich & Fiege (2001:1121) were doubtful that all genera placed by Hanley in Arctonoinae belonged in the group, and suggested that a revision of the different genera grouped within the Arctonoinae and Polynoinae should be undertaken based on type material. Hanley had included Adyte Saint-Joseph, 1899; Paradyte Pettibone, 1969; Subadyte Pettibone, 1969; Pottsiscalisetosus Pettibone, 1969; Australaugeneria Pettibone, 1969; Hololepidella Pettibone, 1969, Neohololepidella Pettibone, 1969; Parahololepidella Pettibone, 1969; Minisculisquama Pettibone, I983; Disconatis Hanley and Burke, 1988.
Status Polynoinae and Arctonoinae II sensu Wehe, 2006. Further to previous status note, Wehe, 2006 (following Barnich & Fiege, 2001, 2003) explains that the subfamily characters used by Hanley (1989) are variable and do not allow unambiguous subfamily classification of all genera. Following Wehe, 2006, Hololepidella, Malmgreniella, Paradyte, and Subadyte (originally placed in Arctonoinae by Hanley, 1989) are here placed in Polynoinae while Australaugeneria and Gastrolepidia are retained in the Arctonoinae. Definition and membership of Polynoinae and Arctonoinae is unstable and can be expected to change. [details]
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Classification replaces Harmothoinae Willey, 1902 (cf. Muir 1982 and Barnich & Fiege 2000) [details]