WoRMS name details

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorPararenosetella Lang, 1944

347721 (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:347721)
Unaccepted: synonym, or anything that is not accepted unaccepted (synonymized into Halectinosoma, Ectinosoma and Hastigerella)
Genus
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
Lang, K. (1944). Monographie der Harpacticiden (Vorlaufige Mitteilung). Almqvist & Wiksells Boktryckeri Ab, Uppsala 39pp. (19-ii-1944). [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorTaxonomic remark Diagnose: Körper zylindrisch, fast...  
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorTaxonomic remark Diagnose: Körper zylindrisch, fast gleichmässig breit. A. 1 Verhältnisinässig schlank, 5—Tgliedrig, 3. Glied nicht verlängert. A. 2 ohne Borste an der Basis und mit 3gliedrigem Exp., dessen 1. Glied höchstens 1 Borste trägt. Labrum vorspringend. Mand. wohlentwickelt, mit wenigen Zähnen an der Pars molaris und langgestreckter Basis, die mit abgesetztem Exp. und Enp. versehen ist. Maxil. wie in der Gattung Ectinosoma. Max. wie bei Ectinosoma, Enp. rudimentär, mit mehreren Borsten, von denen 2 prähensil und wenigstens so lang wie die ganze Basis sind. Mxp. schlank, Enp. mehr als doppelt so lang wie breit. 1. Glied Enp. P. 2—P. 4 viel länger und kräftiger als das entsprechende Exp.-Glied, 2. Glied mit 1 Borste, Endglied Exp. P. 2—P. 4 mit nur 2 Aussenranddornen. Äste P. 5 voneinander getrennt, mit 3 Eandund 1 (oder 2?) lächenborste. Eier, soweit bekannt, gross und in 2 Eeihen geordnet. Typus Ectinosoma erythrops Brady et Eobertson. [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorTaxonomy (3) The genus Pararenosetella Lang, 1944 is a...  
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorTaxonomy (3) The genus Pararenosetella Lang, 1944 is a senior subjective synonym of Halectinosoma Vervoort, 1962. Initially proposed for the type and only originally included species, Ectinosoma erythrops Brady, 1880a (Lang 1944: 6), a further four species were included in the genus by Lang (1948: 255): Ectinosoma gracile Scott & Scott, 1896; E. longicorne Scott & Scott, 1896; E. tenuireme Scott & Scott, 1896; and E. leptoderma Klie, 1929. Chappuis (1954a: 38) described Pararenosetella meridionalis Chappuis, 1954a while Noodt (1955a: 87–89) added the new species Pararenosetella psammae Noodt, 1955a and transferred Ectinosoma oblongum Kunz, 1949 to the genus Pararenosetella. In two subsequent papers Noodt (1958: 58; 1964: 131) raised the number of species to ten by adding Pararenosetella litoralis Noodt, 1958 and P. ghardaqensis Noodt, 1964. Lang (1965: 10, 547) dissolved the genus, claiming there were two distinct, not closely related lineages of species in Pararenosetella, and reallocated the species to three previously described genera. Ectinosoma erythrops, E. gracile, E. longicorne, E. tenuireme and E. oblongum were transferred to the genus Halectinosoma, Pararenosetella litoralis and P. ghardaqensis to the genus Ectinosoma and Pararenosetella meridionalis, P. psammae and Ectinosoma leptoderma to the genus Hastigerella Nicholls, 1935. The species figured as Pararenosetella sp. (?) by Wells (1963: 12) was designated as the type and only species (under the new binomen Lineosoma iscensis Wells, 1965b, an incorrect original spelling of iscense) of the genus Lineosoma Wells, 1965b (Wells 1965b: 33). Despite Lang’s (1965) rejection of the genus, two more species were added to Pararenosetella, however both P. monniotae Guille & Soyer, 1966 and P. clavata Rao & Ganapati, 1969 were formally placed in the genus Hastigerella by Bodin (1967: 13) and Bodin (1976: 8), respectively. Since the type, Ectinosoma erythrops, is currently included in Halectinosoma, Pararenosetella is the only valid replacement name for the latter (ICZN Art. 23.3.5). Adopting this name would, however, cause
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instability as it would upset a long-accepted name in its accustomed meaning.
The nomenclatural problems outlined above are currently being presented to the Commission, asking to
use its Plenary Power (a) to give the generic name Halectinosoma Vervoort, 1962 precedence over the generic name Pararenosetella Lang, 1944, whenever they are considered to be synonyms, and (b) to set aside all previous fixations of type species for Halectinosoma and to designate Ectinosoma chrystalii Scott, 1894a as the type species (Huys 2008a). Since prevailing usage of names is to be maintained until the ruling of the Commission is published (ICZN Art. 28.1), Halectinosoma sarsii is still listed as the type species in Table 4. [details]
Walter, T. Chad (2015). Pararenosetella Lang, 1944. In: Walter, T.C. & Boxshall, G. (2017). World of Copepods database. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=347721 on 2017-11-22

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original description Lang, K. (1944). Monographie der Harpacticiden (Vorlaufige Mitteilung). Almqvist & Wiksells Boktryckeri Ab, Uppsala 39pp. (19-ii-1944). [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

basis of record Walter, Chad. The world of Copepods. , available online at http://www.marinespecies.org/copepoda [details]   

additional source Lang, K. (1948). Monographie der Harpacticiden. Vols. 1,2. Hakan Ohlsson's Boktryckeri, Lund; reprinted Nordiska Bokhandeln, Stockholm 1:1-896, figs. 1-361; 2:897-1682, figs. 362-607, maps 1-378. [details]   

source of synonymy Walter, Chad. The world of Copepods. , available online at http://www.marinespecies.org/copepoda [details]   
From editor or global species database
Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorTaxonomic remark Diagnose: Körper zylindrisch, fast gleichmässig breit. A. 1 Verhältnisinässig schlank, 5—Tgliedrig, 3. Glied nicht verlängert. A. 2 ohne Borste an der Basis und mit 3gliedrigem Exp., dessen 1. Glied höchstens 1 Borste trägt. Labrum vorspringend. Mand. wohlentwickelt, mit wenigen Zähnen an der Pars molaris und langgestreckter Basis, die mit abgesetztem Exp. und Enp. versehen ist. Maxil. wie in der Gattung Ectinosoma. Max. wie bei Ectinosoma, Enp. rudimentär, mit mehreren Borsten, von denen 2 prähensil und wenigstens so lang wie die ganze Basis sind. Mxp. schlank, Enp. mehr als doppelt so lang wie breit. 1. Glied Enp. P. 2—P. 4 viel länger und kräftiger als das entsprechende Exp.-Glied, 2. Glied mit 1 Borste, Endglied Exp. P. 2—P. 4 mit nur 2 Aussenranddornen. Äste P. 5 voneinander getrennt, mit 3 Eandund 1 (oder 2?) lächenborste. Eier, soweit bekannt, gross und in 2 Eeihen geordnet. Typus Ectinosoma erythrops Brady et Eobertson. [details]

Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorTaxonomy (3) The genus Pararenosetella Lang, 1944 is a senior subjective synonym of Halectinosoma Vervoort, 1962. Initially proposed for the type and only originally included species, Ectinosoma erythrops Brady, 1880a (Lang 1944: 6), a further four species were included in the genus by Lang (1948: 255): Ectinosoma gracile Scott & Scott, 1896; E. longicorne Scott & Scott, 1896; E. tenuireme Scott & Scott, 1896; and E. leptoderma Klie, 1929. Chappuis (1954a: 38) described Pararenosetella meridionalis Chappuis, 1954a while Noodt (1955a: 87–89) added the new species Pararenosetella psammae Noodt, 1955a and transferred Ectinosoma oblongum Kunz, 1949 to the genus Pararenosetella. In two subsequent papers Noodt (1958: 58; 1964: 131) raised the number of species to ten by adding Pararenosetella litoralis Noodt, 1958 and P. ghardaqensis Noodt, 1964. Lang (1965: 10, 547) dissolved the genus, claiming there were two distinct, not closely related lineages of species in Pararenosetella, and reallocated the species to three previously described genera. Ectinosoma erythrops, E. gracile, E. longicorne, E. tenuireme and E. oblongum were transferred to the genus Halectinosoma, Pararenosetella litoralis and P. ghardaqensis to the genus Ectinosoma and Pararenosetella meridionalis, P. psammae and Ectinosoma leptoderma to the genus Hastigerella Nicholls, 1935. The species figured as Pararenosetella sp. (?) by Wells (1963: 12) was designated as the type and only species (under the new binomen Lineosoma iscensis Wells, 1965b, an incorrect original spelling of iscense) of the genus Lineosoma Wells, 1965b (Wells 1965b: 33). Despite Lang’s (1965) rejection of the genus, two more species were added to Pararenosetella, however both P. monniotae Guille & Soyer, 1966 and P. clavata Rao & Ganapati, 1969 were formally placed in the genus Hastigerella by Bodin (1967: 13) and Bodin (1976: 8), respectively. Since the type, Ectinosoma erythrops, is currently included in Halectinosoma, Pararenosetella is the only valid replacement name for the latter (ICZN Art. 23.3.5). Adopting this name would, however, cause
UNRESOLVED CASES IN HARPACTICOID COPEPOD NOMENCLATURE Zootaxa 2183 © 2009 Magnolia Press · 13
TERMS OF USE
This pdf is provided by Magnolia Press for private/research use. Commercial sale or deposition in a public library or website is prohibited.
instability as it would upset a long-accepted name in its accustomed meaning.
The nomenclatural problems outlined above are currently being presented to the Commission, asking to
use its Plenary Power (a) to give the generic name Halectinosoma Vervoort, 1962 precedence over the generic name Pararenosetella Lang, 1944, whenever they are considered to be synonyms, and (b) to set aside all previous fixations of type species for Halectinosoma and to designate Ectinosoma chrystalii Scott, 1894a as the type species (Huys 2008a). Since prevailing usage of names is to be maintained until the ruling of the Commission is published (ICZN Art. 28.1), Halectinosoma sarsii is still listed as the type species in Table 4. [details]