WoRMS name details

Nipponolimopsis Habe, 1951

456475  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:456475)

 unaccepted
Genus
Limopsis nipponica Yokoyama, 1922 (type by original designation)
marine
Not documented
Taxonomy  Huber (2015: 370) wrote "The application of genera [among Limopsidae] is therefore unsubstantiated and premature... for...  
Taxonomy  Huber (2015: 370) wrote "The application of genera [among Limopsidae] is therefore unsubstantiated and premature... for the time being the subgeneric a approach is upheld, representing the best solution currently available", and this is followed herein, notwithstanding the contrary view of Janssen (2015) who treated all the currently accepted subgenera as full genera (and was followed in WoRMS at one time). Coan & Valentich-Scott (2012: 208) also concur in that " [Limopsis] has been split into several groups (...) but these characters are mutable and numerous intergrades occur."  [details]
MolluscaBase (2018). Nipponolimopsis Habe, 1951. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=456475 on 2018-06-23
Date
action
by
2010-02-11 14:10:23Z
created
2012-01-02 19:16:19Z
changed
2016-03-19 09:10:16Z
changed
2018-02-14 08:30:59Z
changed

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status source Janssen R. (2015). A review of the Oligocene Limopsidae of the North Sea Basin (Mollusca: Bivalvia). Geologica Saxonica. 61(1): 7-33. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
From editor or global species database
Taxonomy  Huber (2015: 370) wrote "The application of genera [among Limopsidae] is therefore unsubstantiated and premature... for the time being the subgeneric a approach is upheld, representing the best solution currently available", and this is followed herein, notwithstanding the contrary view of Janssen (2015) who treated all the currently accepted subgenera as full genera (and was followed in WoRMS at one time). Coan & Valentich-Scott (2012: 208) also concur in that " [Limopsis] has been split into several groups (...) but these characters are mutable and numerous intergrades occur."  [details]