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Hartman, O. 1961. Polychaetous annelids from California. Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions, 25: 1-226.
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Hartman, O.
1961
Polychaetous annelids from California
Allan Hancock Pacific Expeditions
25: 1-226
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Kristian Fauchald's Polychaeta DB
The polychaetous annelids of California are named with 650 species in 283 genera, 5 subgenera and 56 families. Twenty-four new species or subspecies, three new genera, two new names and eight new combinations are given. In all 549 species or 84%, are believed to have their known geographic distribution limited to California or the northeastern Pacific Ocean, and about 101 others, of more cosmopolitan character, are known also from other oceans.
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Ampharete labrops Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Amphiduros pacificus Hartman, 1961 accepted as Amphiduros fuscescens (Marenzeller, 1875) (original description)
Asychis lacera (Moore, 1923) accepted as Chirimia biceps lacera (Moore, 1923) (basis of record)
Bispira rugosa monterea Monro, 1933 accepted as Bispira monroi (Hartman, 1961) (redescription)
Boccardia basilaria Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Caulleriella hamata (Hartman, 1948) (basis of record)
Chaetozone corona Berkeley & Berkeley, 1941 (status source)
Chaetozone multioculata Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Chaetozone spinosa corona Berkeley & Berkeley, 1941 accepted as Chaetozone corona Berkeley & Berkeley, 1941 (source of synonymy)
Cirratulus cingulatus Johnson, 1901 (source of synonymy)
Cirratulus cirratus cingulatus Johnson, 1901 (basis of record)
Cirratulus cirratus spectabilis (Kinberg, 1866) accepted as Cirratulus spectabilis (Kinberg, 1866) (basis of record)
Cirratulus robustus Johnson, 1901 (source of synonymy)
Cirratulus spectabilis (Kinberg, 1866) (basis of record)
Distylia rugosa Moore, 1904 accepted as Parasabella rugosa (Moore, 1904) (source of synonymy)
Distylidia Hartman, 1961 accepted as Parasabella Bush, 1905 (original description)
Distylidia monroi Hartman, 1961 accepted as Bispira monroi (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Distylidia rugosa (Moore, 1904) accepted as Parasabella rugosa (Moore, 1904) (basis of record)
Eulalia (Sige) bifoliata Moore, 1909 accepted as Eumida bifoliata (Moore, 1909) (source of synonymy)
Eumida bifoliata (Moore, 1909) (basis of record)
Exogone uniformis Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Exogonella Hartman, 1961 accepted as Parexogone Mesnil & Caullery, 1918 (original description)
Exogonella brunnea Hartman, 1961 accepted as Parexogone brunnea (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Flabelligera essenbergae Hartman, 1961 accepted as Flabelliderma essenbergae (Hartman, 1961) accepted as Flabelliderma papillosa (Essenberg, 1922) (original description)
Harmothoe priops Hartman, 1961 accepted as Tenonia priops (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Hesperalia Chamberlin, 1919 accepted as Odontosyllis Claparède, 1863 (source of synonymy)
Hesperalia californiensis Chamberlin, 1919 accepted as Odontosyllis phosphorea Moore, 1909 (source of synonymy)
Hesperonoe laevis Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Heteropale bellis Johnson, 1897 accepted as Paleanotus bellis (Johnson, 1897) (new combination reference)
Lanassa gracilis (Moore, 1923) (basis of record)
Leaena gracilis Moore, 1923 accepted as Lanassa gracilis (Moore, 1923) (source of synonymy)
Magelona sacculata Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Maldane lacera Moore, 1923 accepted as Chirimia biceps lacera (Moore, 1923) (source of synonymy)
Marphysa disjuncta Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Neanthes succinea (Leuckart, 1847) accepted as Alitta succinea (Leuckart, 1847) (additional source)
Nereis (Neanthes) saltoni Hartman, 1936 accepted as Alitta succinea (Leuckart, 1847) (source of synonymy)
Nerine foliosa occidentalis Hartman, 1961 accepted as Scolelepis foliosa occidentalis (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Nerinides maculata Hartman, 1961 accepted as Spio maculata (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Odontosyllis phosphorea Moore, 1909 (additional source)
Orseis lagunae Hartman, 1961 accepted as Brachysyllis lagunae (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Oxydromus arenicolus glabrus Hartman, 1961 accepted as Podarkeopsis glabrus (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Oxydromus brunnea Hartman, 1961 accepted as Gyptis brunnea (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Paleanotus bellis (Johnson, 1897) (taxonomy source)
Paraonis platybranchia Hartman, 1961 accepted as Paraonides platybranchia (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Pherusa neopapillata Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Pherusa papillata (Johnson, 1901) (basis of record)
Pholoe glabra Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Piromis americana (Monro, 1928) accepted as Trophoniella americana (Monro, 1928) (new combination reference)
Piromis gracilis Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Piromis roberti (Hartman, 1951) (basis of record)
Plakosyllis americana Hartman, 1961 accepted as Eurysyllis americana (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Polydora ciliata limicola Annenkova, 1934 accepted as Polydora limicola Annenkova, 1934 (source of synonymy)
Polydora limicola Annenkova, 1934 (additional source)
Polydora neocardalia Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Prionospio pygmaeus Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Promenia spectabilis Kinberg, 1866 accepted as Cirratulus spectabilis (Kinberg, 1866) (source of synonymy)
Raricirrus Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Raricirrus maculata Hartman, 1961 accepted as Raricirrus maculatus Hartman, 1961 (basis of record)
Raricirrus maculatus Hartman, 1961 (original description)
Semiodera cariboa accepted as Semiodera cariboum (Grube, 1859) (additional source)
Semiodera cariboum (Grube, 1859) (additional source)
Semiodera roberti Hartman, 1951 accepted as Piromis roberti (Hartman, 1951) (source of synonymy)
Spio punctata Hartman, 1961 accepted as Malacoceros indicus (Fauvel, 1928) (original description)
Sthenelanella atypica Berkeley & Berkeley, 1941 accepted as Sthenelanella uniformis Moore, 1910 (source of synonymy)
Sthenelanella uniformis Moore, 1910 (basis of record)
Stylarioides capensis americana Monro, 1928 accepted as Trophoniella americana (Monro, 1928) (source of synonymy)
Tharyx hamatus Hartman, 1948 accepted as Caulleriella hamata (Hartman, 1948) (source of synonymy)
Trophonia papillata Johnson, 1901 accepted as Pherusa papillata (Johnson, 1901) (source of synonymy)
Holotype AHF, locality Southern California, identified as Exogone uniformis Hartman, 1961
Holotype AHF, locality Southern California, identified as Plakosyllis americana Hartman, 1961
Holotype LACM 14811, locality Southern California, identified as Exogonella brunnea Hartman, 1961
 Depth range

Shallow shelf depths.  [details]

 Depth range

Shallow shelf depths.  [details]

 Distribution

Southern California.  [details]

 Distribution

Southern California.  [details]

 Distribution

Southern California.  [details]

 Editor's comment

Data on the type locality were obtained from the "Station logs of R/V Velero IV, 1948-1985" database, prepared by ... [details]

 Etymology

The Latin suffix -ella is a diminuitive, as is used with Exogone to express the small size of the type species.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet, brunnea, means brown in Latin, and refers to the dark brown colour of the species.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet lagunae refers to the type locality of the species, Laguna Beach, California.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet refers to the uniform character of the setal components of the species.  [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet, americana, refers to the type locality of the species, the coast of North America.  [details]

 Habitat

Coarse black sand.  [details]

 Habitat

Coarse black sand.  [details]

 Habitat

Silty and sandy sediments, from shallow shelf depths to deep basins. [details]

 Habitat

Silty and sandy sediments, from shallow shelf depths to deep basins. [details]

 Spelling

Grube used problem spellings both for the genus and the species name. 'Siphonostomum' should have been Siphonostoma ... [details]

 Spelling

Hartman created Raricirrus, a masculine genus name, but matched it with 'maculata' which has a feminine ending. A ... [details]

 Spelling

Hartman in the catalogue and in 1961 treated 'cariboum' as a Latinized adjective requiring gender suffix mandatory ... [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, Southern California, 10.5 mi, 342º T. from Point Loma Light (32º49'58"M, 117º18'20"W).  [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, Southern California, 3.35 miles 112º T. from Point Vicente Light (33º43'15"N, 118º20'53"W).  [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, Southern California, San Pedro, 3.35 mi., 112º T. from Point Vicente Light (33º43'15"N, 118º20'53"W).  [details]

 Type locality

Southern California, Laguna Beach (geocoordinates not provided, but estimated with gazetteer to be lat. 33.5413º, ... [details]