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Perkins, Thomas H. (1984). Revision of Demonax Kinberg, Hypsicomus Grube, and Notaulax Tauber, with a review of Megalomma Johansson from Florida (Polychaeta: Sabellidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 97(2): 285-368.
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Perkins, Thomas H.
1984
Revision of Demonax Kinberg, Hypsicomus Grube, and Notaulax Tauber, with a review of Megalomma Johansson from Florida (Polychaeta: Sabellidae)
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington
97(2): 285-368
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
A study to clarify the systematics of some Sabellinae was conducted. The systematic importance of setae, uncini and the branchial crown of the subfamily are discussed. Demonax Kinberg, Parasabella Bush, and Distylidia Hartman are synonyms. Demonax lacunosus, n. sp., is described from Florida, and D. microphthalmus (Verrill), D. rugosus (Moore), D. pallidus (Moore), and D. japonicus (Moore) are new combinations; a key for 9 American Demonax species is provided. Hypsicomus Grube is redefined based on examination of the type-species, Sabella stichophthalmos Grube, which is redescribed. Other species previously included in Hypsicomus, except Anamobaea orstedii Kroyer and Hypsicomus caecus Iroso, are transferred to Notaulax Tauber with type-species N. rectangulata Levinsen. Notaulax bahamensis, n. sp., and N. paucoculata, n. sp., are described from the Bahamas. Sabella brevicollaris Grube, S. torquata Grube, and Protulides elegans Webster are synonyms of Notaulax nudicollis (Kroyer). Parasabella sulfurea Treadwell, Sabella alba Treadwell, and Hypsicomus purpureus Treadwell are synonyms of Notaulax occidentalis (Baird), new combination. Notaulax californica (Treadwell) and N. midoculi (Hoagland), new combinations, are redescribed. Twelve additional taxa in Notaulax, some of which are indeterminable or are synonyms, are listed; a key for 10 Notaulax species is provided. Megalomma bioculatum (Ehlers) and M. lobiferum (Ehlers) are redescribed; M. pigmentum Reish is newly reported from western Atlantic waters and additionally described; and M. heterops, n. sp., is described from Florida.
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Branchiomma bioculatum Ehlers, 1887 accepted as Acromegalomma bioculatum (Ehlers, 1887) (redescription)
Demonax Kinberg, 1867 accepted as Parasabella Bush, 1905 (redescription)
Demonax cooki Kinberg, 1867 accepted as Parasabella leucaspis (Kinberg, 1867) (source of synonymy)
Demonax japonicus (Moore & Bush, 1904) accepted as Parasabella japonica (Moore & Bush, 1904) (new combination reference)
Demonax krusensterni Kinberg, 1867 accepted as Parasabella leucaspis (Kinberg, 1867) (source of synonymy)
Demonax lacunosus Perkins, 1984 accepted as Parasabella lacunosa (Perkins, 1984) (original description)
Demonax medius (Bush, 1905) accepted as Parasabella media Bush, 1905 (redescription)
Demonax microphthalmus (Verrill, 1873) accepted as Parasabella microphthalma (Verrill, 1873) (redescription)
Demonax pallidus (Moore, 1923) accepted as Parasabella pallida Moore, 1923 (new combination reference)
Demonax rugosus (Moore, 1904) accepted as Parasabella rugosa (Moore, 1904) (new combination reference)
Distylia rugosa Moore, 1904 accepted as Parasabella rugosa (Moore, 1904) (source of synonymy)
Distylidia Hartman, 1961 accepted as Parasabella Bush, 1905 (source of synonymy)
Distylidia rugosa (Moore, 1904) accepted as Parasabella rugosa (Moore, 1904) (new combination reference)
Hypsicomatopsis Augener, 1922 accepted as Notaulax Tauber, 1879 (additional source)
Hypsicomatopsis circumspiciens (Ehlers, 1887) accepted as Notaulax circumspiciens (Ehlers, 1887) (source of synonymy)
Hypsicomus phaeotaenia (Schmarda, 1861) accepted as Notaulax phaeotaenia (Schmarda, 1861) (status source)
Megalomma heterops Perkins, 1984 accepted as Acromegalomma heterops (Perkins, 1984) (original description)
Notaulax Tauber, 1879 (redescription)
Notaulax alticollis (Grube, 1868) (new combination reference)
Notaulax bahamensis Perkins, 1984 (original description)
Notaulax circumspiciens (Ehlers, 1887) (new combination reference)
Notaulax fuscotaeniata (Grube, 1874) (new combination reference)
Notaulax marenzelleri (Gravier, 1906) (new combination reference)
Notaulax mixta Perkins, 1984 (original description)
Notaulax nudicollis (Krøyer, 1856) (redescription)
Notaulax paucoculata Perkins, 1984 (original description)
Notaulax pigmentata (Gravier, 1906) (new combination reference)
Notaulax pyrrhogaster (Grube, 1878) (basis of record)
Notaulax rectangulata Levinsen, 1884 (redescription)
Notaulax rectangulatus Levinsen, 1884 accepted as Notaulax rectangulata Levinsen, 1884 (redescription)
Parasabella Bush, 1905 (source of synonymy)
Parasabella jamaicensis Augener, 1922 (source of synonymy)
Parasabella maculata Bush, 1905 accepted as Parasabella media Bush, 1905 (additional source)
Parasabella pallida Moore, 1923 (source of synonymy)
Protulides Webster, 1884 accepted as Notaulax Tauber, 1879 (source of synonymy)
Protulides elegans Webster, 1884 accepted as Notaulax nudicollis (Krøyer, 1856) (source of synonymy)
Sabella media (Bush, 1905) accepted as Parasabella media Bush, 1905 (new combination reference)
Sabella microphthalma Verrill, 1873 accepted as Parasabella microphthalma (Verrill, 1873) (new combination reference)
Sabella phaeotaenia Schmarda, 1861 accepted as Notaulax phaeotaenia (Schmarda, 1861) (status source)
 Taxonomy

Perkins (1984) moved most Hypsicomus species to Notaulax and revised Notaulax to contain species with abdominal ... [details]