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Hove, Harry A. ten.; Kupriyanova, Elena K. (2009). Taxonomy of Serpulidae (Annelida, Polychaeta): The state of affairs. Zootaxa. 2036: 1-126.
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Hove, Harry A. ten.; Kupriyanova, Elena K.
2009
Taxonomy of Serpulidae (Annelida, Polychaeta): The state of affairs
Zootaxa
2036: 1-126
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb). There is no DOI at present
The Serpulidae are a large group of sedentary polychaetes inhabiting calcareous tubes. The relationships within the group are poorly understood and taxonomy of the group is very confused which is a major obstacle to accessing their phylogeny. This review provides up-to-date information on the current state of taxonomy of Serpulidae sensu lato (not including Spirorbinae). The morphology of the group is reviewed with special reference to the features that can provide characters for future phylogenetic analyses. Scanning electron micrographs illustrate the structure of the chaetae and uncini. The list of 46—in our opinion valid—genera is accompanied by detailed generic diagnoses, species composition and distribution (checklist), and remarks on major taxonomic literature. A taxonomic key to the genera and a list of invalid genera with synonymy is also provided.
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Serpula Linnaeus, 1758 (additional source)
Serpulidae Rafinesque, 1815 (identification resource)
Serpulidae Rafinesque, 1815 (status source)
 Authority

As early as 1776 a summary description of Serpula infundibulum was given by Martini (1776: 359, pl. 12 fig. 1). ... [details]

 Classification

For Spirorbidae see Spirorbinae. ten Hove & Kupriyanova (2009: 5) summarized Serpulidae classification history as ... [details]

 Classification

Pillai (1970) raised Spirorbinae from the original subfamily rank to separate family rank, but this usage in the ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Tube triangular in cross-section, with denticulate keels, transparent or semi-transparent. Operculum inverse ... [details]

 Editor's comment

records from the Indo-West Pacific probably are a complex of species by themselves [details]

 Editor's comment

Vermiliopsis multiannulata sensu Hartman is rather confused, containing material of Vermiliopsis multiannulata as ... [details]

 Nomenclature

Erected in Mollusca for Anatomus indicus Montfort. It is difficult to ascertain what Montfort was describing, but ... [details]

 Nomenclature

Some usages incorrectly as (masculine?) 'furcifer', e.g., ten Hove & Kupriyanova (2009:53) [details]

 Nomenclature

The original and correct spelling is rostrata , but the name has incorrectly been given the masculine ending ... [details]

 Status

probably full species [details]

 Status

A name with a very confused history, see ten Hove & Kupriyanova (2009: 100). As figured by Chenu it might be in ... [details]

 Status

ten Hove & Kupriyanova (2009) state that Vermilia is confused [unusable?] and refer taxa elsewhere. They state that ... [details]

 Status

doubtful, maybe composite [details]

 Status

Regarded to be undeterminable by Zibrowius (1973b), it is tentatively placed in Filogranella based on its general ... [details]

 Taxonomic remark

Regarded to be a synonym of Spirobranchus tetraceros (Schmarda, 1861) by ten Hove (1970), it was regarded to be a ... [details]

 Taxonomy

reported from Annobón, and further Western Africa; records from elsewhere should be checked [details]

 Taxonomy

it should be noted that Pillai (2008) reinstated the genus Neopomatus [details]

 Taxonomy

Omphalopomopsis langerhansii not (Marenzeller, 1885) sensu Fauvel (1930, 1953) and Pillai (1960) belong to ... [details]

 Taxonomy

perhaps synonymous with Protula longiseta [details]

 Taxonomy

Serpula sinica Wu & Chen, 1979 possibly is a synonym, though its distribution then would be exceptionally wide [details]

 Taxonomy

The taxon is very similar to Serpula crenata (Ehlers, 1908), may be synonymous, though the distribution then would ... [details]

 Taxonomy

The nominal species Serpula vermicularis has been reported from Arctic to tropical conditions, neither ecologically ... [details]

 Taxonomy

part of complex with V. pygidialis, V. glandigerus [details]