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Priede et al. (2012) Observations on torquaratorid acorn worms (Hemichordata, Enteropneusta) from the North Atlantic with descriptions of a new genus and three new species. 131(3): 244-257.
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Paratype BM NHMUK 2011.5, identified as Yoda purpurata Priede, Osborn, Gebruk, Jones, Shale, Rogacheva & Holland, 2012
Paratype BM NHMUK 2011.6, identified as Yoda purpurata Priede, Osborn, Gebruk, Jones, Shale, Rogacheva & Holland, 2012
Holotype BM NHMUK 2011.7, identified as Yoda purpurata Priede, Osborn, Gebruk, Jones, Shale, Rogacheva & Holland, 2012
Paratype BM NHMUK 2011.8, identified as Yoda purpurata Priede, Osborn, Gebruk, Jones, Shale, Rogacheva & Holland, 2012
Holotype BM NHMUK 2011.9, identified as Allapasus isidis Priede, Osborn, Gebruk, Jones, Shale, Rogacheva & Holland, 2012
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Diagnosis

From Preiede et al. (2012): "Two thirds of the width of the collar is accounted for by a pair of gradually tapering ... [details]

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"Genus A" in Osborn et al. 2012 [details]

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Genus A, Species 1 in Osborn et al. (2012) [details]

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Genus D, Species 2 in the Osborn paper [details]

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This is "Tergivelum species 1" in a previous paper. [details]

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Named after Isis, the ROV that collected the specimen. [details]

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The species name is derived from the Latin word for purple. [details]

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The species name is derived from "cinnabar." [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editor Etymology

This genus is named after the Star Wars character - the lateral lips look like his ears. [details]