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Moore, John Percy. (1910). The polychaetous annelids dredged by the U.S.S. "Albatross" off the coast of Southern California in 1904: II. Polynoidae, Aphroditidae and Segaleonidae. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 62: 328-402, plates XXVIII-XXXIII.
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Moore, John Percy
1910
The polychaetous annelids dredged by the U.S.S. "Albatross" off the coast of Southern California in 1904: II. Polynoidae, Aphroditidae and Segaleonidae
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
62: 328-402, plates XXVIII-XXXIII
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
This family of scaled annelids is well represented in the collection by twenty-six species, about half of which belong to Harmothoë and related genera or, as they are here regarded because of their intergrading characters, subgenera. Twelve species are considered to have been previously undescribed; four species, previously known from Japanese waters, are recorded from the American side of the Pacific for the first time; nine are more or less well known on the shores of California or northward and one species is doubtful. It is worthy of remark that of the twelve species described as new no less than eight lack pigmented eyes, so far, at least, as can be determined without recourse to sections. These are distributed through a wide range of genera. With the exception of Nemedia microlepida they all came from considerable to great depths (500-2,000 fathoms). One species (Polynoe renotubulata) is further remarkable for having the nephridial papillae prolonged into slender tubes which reach far above or beyond the parapodia.
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Systematics, Taxonomy
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Antinoe anoculata Moore, 1910 accepted as Eucranta anoculata (Moore, 1910) (original description)
Aphrodita armifera Moore, 1910 (original description)
Aphrodita castanea Moore, 1910 accepted as Aphrodita negligens Moore, 1905 (original description)
Aphrodita refulgida Moore, 1910 (original description)
Eunoe barbata Moore, 1910 (original description)
Eunoe caeca Moore, 1910 accepted as Intoshella caeca (Moore, 1910) (original description)
Halosydna insignis (Baird, 1863) accepted as Halosydna brevisetosa Kinberg, 1856 (source of synonymy)
Halosydna interrupta Marenzeller, 1902 accepted as Lepidasthenia interrupta (Marenzeller, 1902) (source of synonymy)
Harmothoe (Evarne) fragilis Moore, 1910 accepted as Harmothoe fragilis Moore, 1910 (original description)
Harmothoe (Lagisca) lamellifera (Marenzeller, 1879) accepted as Lagisca lamellifera (Marenzeller, 1879) (source of synonymy)
Harmothoe scriptoria Moore, 1910 accepted as Malmgreniella scriptoria (Moore, 1910) (original description)
Harmothoe tenebricosa Moore, 1910 (original description)
Laetmatonice pellucida Moore, 1903 accepted as Laetmonice pellucida Moore, 1903 (source of synonymy)
Laetmonice pellucida Moore, 1903 (basis of record)
Leanira alba Moore, 1910 (original description)
Nemidia microlepida Moore, 1910 (original description)
Polynoe aciculata Moore, 1910 accepted as Macellicephala aciculata (Moore, 1910) (original description)
Polynoe filamentosa Moore, 1910 accepted as Bathycatalina filamentosa (Moore, 1910) (original description)
Polynoe remigata Moore, 1910 accepted as Macellicephala remigata (Moore, 1910) (original description)
Polynoe renotubulata Moore, 1910 accepted as Bathymoorea renotubulata (Moore, 1910) (original description)
Sthenelais tertiaglabra Moore, 1910 (original description)
Sthenelanella Moore, 1910 (original description)
Sthenelanella uniformis Moore, 1910 (original description)
Holotype NMNH 17265, locality California, identified as Aphrodita refulgida Moore, 1910
 Type locality

Monterey Bay, off Point Pinos lighthouse, California, USA, Albatross Stn 4557, 36°45'N 122°00'W, 9 June 1904, ... [details]

 Type locality

off Point Pinos lighthouse, Monterey Bay, California, USA, Albatross Stn 4464, 36°38'N 121°55'W, 66-93 m [details]