WoRMS name details

Sipho Mörch, 1852

494029  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:494029)

 unaccepted
Genus

Species Sipho aurorae Shikama, 1977 (taxon inquirendum)

Subgenus Sipho (Anomalisipho) Dautzenberg & H. Fischer, 1912 accepted as Anomalisipho Dautzenberg & H. Fischer, 1912
Subgenus Sipho (Eosipho) Thiele, 1929 accepted as Eosipho Thiele, 1929
Subgenus Sipho (Parasipho) Dautzenberg & H. Fischer, 1912 accepted as Plicifusus Dall, 1902 (invalid: junior objective synonym of Plicifusus)
Subgenus Sipho (Siphonorbis) accepted as Colus Röding, 1798
Subgenus Sipho (Turrisipho) Dautzenberg & H. Fischer, 1912 accepted as Turrisipho Dautzenberg & H. Fischer, 1912 (original rank)
Species Sipho antarctidis Pelseneer, 1903 accepted as Prosipho antarctidis (Pelseneer, 1903) (original combination)
Species Sipho astrolabiensis Strebel, 1908 accepted as Prosipho astrolabiensis (Strebel, 1908) (original combination)
Species Sipho brevispira Brøgger, 1900 accepted as Colus sabini (Gray, 1824)
Species Sipho caelatulus Verrill, 1884 accepted as Retimohnia caelata (Verrill, 1880) (synonym)
Species Sipho chordatus Strebel, 1908 accepted as Prosipho chordatus (Strebel, 1908) (original combination)
Species Sipho costiferus Posselt, 1898 accepted as Turrisipho lachesis (Mörch, 1869) (synonym)
Species Sipho dalli Friele in Tryon, 1881 accepted as Turrisipho dalli (Friele in Tryon, 1881)
Species Sipho esychus (Dall, 1907) accepted as Aulacofusus esychus (Dall, 1907)
Species Sipho gaini Lamy, 1910 accepted as Belaturricula gaini (Lamy, 1910) (original combination)
Species Sipho geministriatus Pfeffer, 1886 accepted as Anomalisipho verkruezeni (Kobelt, 1876)
Species Sipho glaber Verkrüzen in Kobelt, 1876 accepted as Colus gracilis (da Costa, 1778)
Species Sipho glyptus Verrill, 1882 accepted as Retimohnia glypta (A. E. Verrill, 1882)
Species Sipho hallii Dall, 1873 accepted as Latisipho hallii (Dall, 1873) (original combination)
Species Sipho hebes Verrill, 1884 accepted as Retimohnia caelata (Verrill, 1880)
Species Sipho hispidulus Verrill, 1885 accepted as Mohnia abyssorum (P. Fischer, 1884)
Species Sipho jonkeri Koperberg, 1931 † accepted as Manaria koperbergae Fraussen & Stahlschmidt, 2016 † (invalid: secondary junior homonym of Lathyrus jonkeri Koperberg, 1931; Manaria koperbergae is a replacement name)
Species Sipho krampi Thorson, 1951 accepted as Mohnia krampi (Thorson, 1951)
Species Sipho leptaleus Verrill, 1884 accepted as Taranis leptalea (Verrill, 1884)
Species Sipho lindahli Posselt & Jensen, 1898 accepted as Retimohnia glypta (A. E. Verrill, 1882)
Species Sipho martensi Krause, 1885 accepted as Anomalisipho martensi (Krause, 1885) (original combination)
Species Sipho mimetica Tate, 1893 accepted as Austrotriton mimetica (Tate, 1893) (original combination)
Species Sipho obesus Verrill, 1884 accepted as Retimohnia caelata (Verrill, 1880) (synonym)
Species Sipho parvus Verrill & S. Smith, 1882 accepted as Mohnia parva (Verrill & S. Smith [in Verrill], 1882)
Species Sipho plicatus A. Adams, 1863 accepted as Plicifusus kroeyeri (Möller, 1842)
Species Sipho profundicola Verrill & S. Smith, 1884 accepted as Mohnia abyssorum (P. Fischer, 1884)
Species Sipho pygmaeus (Gould, 1841) accepted as Colus pygmaeus (Gould, 1841)
Species Sipho sarsi Sars G.O., 1878 accepted as Turrisipho moebii (Dunker & Metzger, 1874) (synonym)
Species Sipho simplex Verrill, 1884 accepted as Mohnia simplex (Verrill, 1884)
Species Sipho stimpsoni (Mörch, 1868) accepted as Colus stimpsoni (Mörch, 1868)
Species Sipho tortuosus (Reeve, 1855) accepted as Colus holboelli (Møller, 1842)
Species Sipho turgidulus (Friele, 1877) accepted as Colus turgidulus (Friele, 1877)
Species Sipho turritus (M. Sars, 1859) accepted as Colus jeffreysianus (P. Fischer, 1868)
Species Sipho undulatus Friele in Tryon, 1881 accepted as Turrisipho lachesis (Mörch, 1869)
Species Sipho venemai Koperberg, 1931 accepted as Manaria venemai (Koperberg, 1931) † (original combination)
Species Sipho verkruezeni Kobelt, 1876 accepted as Anomalisipho verkruezeni (Kobelt, 1876) (original combination)
Mörch, O.A.L. (1852-1853) Catalogus Conchyliorum quae Reliquit D’Alphonso d’Aguirra & Gadea Comes de Yoldi, Regis Daniae Cubiculariorum Princeps, Ordinis Dannebrogici in Prima Classe & Ordinis Caroli Terth Eques. Fasciculus primus. Cephalophora, 170 pp. [1852]; Fasciculus secundus. Acephala. Annulata Cirripedia. Echinodermata, 74 pp. L. Klein, Hafniae, available online at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/12921
page(s): 104 [details]   
Nomenclature The name Sipho was much used until the latter part of the 20th century for species now placed in Colus and other buccinid...  
Nomenclature The name Sipho was much used until the latter part of the 20th century for species now placed in Colus and other buccinid genera. Historically, the name Sipho was first used by Klein (1753; pre-Linnean) for a number of slender neogastropods. Klein's classification was presented, but not adopted, by Bruguière (1792) in the Encyclopédie Méthodique, and this does not constitute a validation of the name Sipho.
In the literature, the name Sipho has also been attributed to Fabricius (1823), but in that work it was associated with specific epithets which are all nomina nuda. In addition, Fabricius' work of 1823 (Fortegnelse) has been placed on the Official Index by ICZN Opinion 521.
In fact, the first author that validly used Sipho for buccinids was Mörch (1852).
However, in the meantime, Thomas Brown (1827) had used Sipho for Sipho striatus T. Brown, 1833, a synonym of the fissurellid Puncturella noachina (Linnaeus, 1771).
To summarize, there are two Sipho, none of which is valid:
(1)Sipho T. Brown, 1827, a synonym of Puncturella;
(2) Sipho Mörch, 1852 [ex Klein], a synonym of Colus.

The buccinid word sipho survives as a suffix in several buccinid genera, such as Anomalosipho, Prosipho or Turrisipho[details]
MolluscaBase (2018). Sipho Mörch, 1852. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=494029 on 2018-10-23
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original description Mörch, O.A.L. (1852-1853) Catalogus Conchyliorum quae Reliquit D’Alphonso d’Aguirra & Gadea Comes de Yoldi, Regis Daniae Cubiculariorum Princeps, Ordinis Dannebrogici in Prima Classe & Ordinis Caroli Terth Eques. Fasciculus primus. Cephalophora, 170 pp. [1852]; Fasciculus secundus. Acephala. Annulata Cirripedia. Echinodermata, 74 pp. L. Klein, Hafniae, available online at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/12921
page(s): 104 [details]   
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Nomenclature The name Sipho was much used until the latter part of the 20th century for species now placed in Colus and other buccinid genera. Historically, the name Sipho was first used by Klein (1753; pre-Linnean) for a number of slender neogastropods. Klein's classification was presented, but not adopted, by Bruguière (1792) in the Encyclopédie Méthodique, and this does not constitute a validation of the name Sipho.
In the literature, the name Sipho has also been attributed to Fabricius (1823), but in that work it was associated with specific epithets which are all nomina nuda. In addition, Fabricius' work of 1823 (Fortegnelse) has been placed on the Official Index by ICZN Opinion 521.
In fact, the first author that validly used Sipho for buccinids was Mörch (1852).
However, in the meantime, Thomas Brown (1827) had used Sipho for Sipho striatus T. Brown, 1833, a synonym of the fissurellid Puncturella noachina (Linnaeus, 1771).
To summarize, there are two Sipho, none of which is valid:
(1)Sipho T. Brown, 1827, a synonym of Puncturella;
(2) Sipho Mörch, 1852 [ex Klein], a synonym of Colus.

The buccinid word sipho survives as a suffix in several buccinid genera, such as Anomalosipho, Prosipho or Turrisipho[details]