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Marenzeller, Emil von. (1879). Südjapanische Anneliden. I. (Amphinomea, Aphroditea, Lycoridea, Phyllodocea, Hesionea, Syllidea, Eunicea, Glycerea, Sternaspidea, Chaetopterea, Cirratulea, Amphictenea.). Denkschriften der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Classe , Wien. 41 (2): 109-154, plates I-VI.
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Marenzeller, Emil von
1879
Südjapanische Anneliden. I. (Amphinomea, Aphroditea, Lycoridea, Phyllodocea, Hesionea, Syllidea, Eunicea, Glycerea, Sternaspidea, Chaetopterea, Cirratulea, Amphictenea.)
Denkschriften der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftliche Classe , Wien
41 (2): 109-154, plates I-VI
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Die zoologische Literatur besitzt nur wenige Angaben über die Auffindung von Anneliden an den Küsten Japans. Auch die vorliegende Arbeit kann nicht beanspruchen, diese Lücke auszufüllen, sie versucht nur künftigen Forschungen die Bahn zu eröffnen. Das Material fand sich theils in einer grossen Sammlung wirbelloser Thiere, welche Herr Dr. Richard Ritter von Dräsche-Wartinberg auf seiner geologischen Reise um die Erde in den Jahren 1875 und 1876 durch seinen Reisebegleiter Herrn Dr. Carl Koerbl anlegen liess und dem k. k. zoologischen Hofcabinete zum Geschenke machte, theils wurde es von einem anderen Österreicher, Herrn Dr. A. v. Roretz, der seit Jahren in Japan weilt, acquirirt. Dr. Koerbl sammelte an der Ostküste der Insel Eno-sima bei Yokohama und an einem südlicher gelegenen Punkte, in der Bai von Miya, unweit Nagoya in der Strandzone bis zu Tiefen von 20 Metern. Herr Dr. A. v. Roretz hielt sich gleichfalls in Yokohama und an mehreren Punkten der Inseln Kiuschiu und Shikoku auf, leider fehlten aber meist bei den einzelnen Objecten nähere Angaben. Es gehören also die Anneliden, welche ich sämnitlich mit Ausnahme der Terebella-, Sabella-, Myxicola- und Serpula-Arten in diesem vorliegendem I. Theile bearbeitete, Süd-Japan an und hier wieder nur der Ostküste; der westlichste Punkt ist Nagasaki.
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Acrocirrus validus Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Aphrodita japonica Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Aphrodite japonica Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Aphrodita japonica Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Carobia castanea Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Nereiphylla castanea (Marenzeller, 1879) (original description)
Chaetopterus cautus Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Cirratulus comosus Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Cirriformia tentaculata (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Cirratulus dasylophius accepted as Timarete dasylophius (Marenzeller, 1879) (original description)
Eulalia albopicta Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Eumida albopicta (Marenzeller, 1879) (original description)
Eunice congesta Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Eunice vittata (Delle Chiaje, 1828) (original description)
Eunice microprion Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Euphrosine superba Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Glycera decipiens Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Glycera opisthobranchiata Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Glycera americana Leidy, 1855 (original description)
Hesione reticulata Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Lumbriconereis heteropoda Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Kuwaita heteropoda (Marenzeller, 1879) (original description)
Lumbriconereis japonica Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Lumbrineris japonica Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Nereis (Alitta) oxypoda Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Nectoneanthes oxypoda (Marenzeller, 1879) (original description)
Nereis mictodonta Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Perinereis mictodonta (Marenzeller, 1879) (original description)
Notophyllum japonicum Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Onuphis holobranchiata Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Polynoe (Harmothoe) imbricata (Linnaeus, 1767) represented as Harmothoe imbricata (Linnaeus, 1767) (source of synonymy)
Polynoe (Lepidonotus) gymnonotus Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Lepidonotus helotypus (Grube, 1877) (original description)
Polynoe (Lepidonotus) pleiolepis Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Nonparahalosydna pleiolepis (Marenzeller, 1879) (original description)
Polynoe lamellifera Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Lagisca lamellifera (Marenzeller, 1879) (original description)
Sternaspis costata Marenzeller, 1879 (original description)
Syllis inflata Marenzeller, 1879 accepted as Megasyllis inflata (Marenzeller, 1879) (original description)
Syntype NHMW 618, geounit Sagami Bay, identified as Syllis inflata Marenzeller, 1879
Paralectotype NHMW 776, geounit Japanese Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Nereis mictodonta Marenzeller, 1879
Lectotype NHMW ZooEv 19919, geounit Japanese Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Nereis mictodonta Marenzeller, 1879
 Depth range

Not stated in the original description.  [details]

 Distribution

Pacific and Sea of Japan coasts of Honshu (Japan); Japanese Inland Sea; mainland coast of Sea of Japan.  [details]

 Distribution

South Japan, Pacific Ocean.  [details]

 Distribution

Japan.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet validus is a Latin adjective meaning 'strong or 'robust', and refers to the bigger dimensions ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. The specific epithet mictodonta is composed by the Greek prefix micto-, meaning 'mixed', and the Greek ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet inflata refers to the wider anterior region of the specimens, being like if they were swelled.  [details]

 Habitat

Not stated in the original description.  [details]

 Nomenclature

Acrocirrus varidus, instead of A. validus, is a spelling mistake commited by Okuda (1934: 206-207).  [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, Japan, Sagami Bay, east coast of Enoshima (=Eno-sima) Island (geocoordinates not provided, estimated ... [details]

 Type locality

Neotype from Zaimokuza, Kanagawa Prefecture, Honshu, Japan, 35.3008°, 139.5508° (35°18'02.9"N, 139°33'02.9"E), ... [details]

 Type locality

East coast of Eno-Sima Island, Japan [details]

 Type locality

South Japan, Pacific Ocean. The exact locality is not known. The type material of Nereis mictodonta was obtained by ... [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, Japan: Sagami Bay, east coast of Enoshima Island (geocoordinates not provided but estimated with ... [details]

 Type material

According to Banse (1969: 2600) "The holotype, which had been deposited in the ZMB, was destroyed during the Second ... [details]

 Type material

Type material probably deposited at the Naturhistorisches Museum Wien (NHMW), Austria, where the polychaete ... [details]