WoRMS name details

Maretinæ Lambert, 1905

600547  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:600547)

 unaccepted (accepted at family level)
Subfamily
Maretia Gray, 1855 (type by original designation)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent + fossil
Lambert, J. 1905. Notes sur quelques Échinides éocéniques de l'Aude et de l'Hérault. Pp. 129-164 in Doncieux, L. Catalogue descriptif des fossiles nummulitiques de l'Aude et de l'Hérault. Première Partie. Montagne Noire et Minervois. Annales de l'Université de Lyon, Nouvelle Série, I. Sciences, Médecine 17, 129-164.
page(s): 162 [details]   
Status The absence/presence of fascioles as sole criterium is a problematic character, since fascioles are often present in...  
Status The absence/presence of fascioles as sole criterium is a problematic character, since fascioles are often present in juveniles, but lost in adults. Additionally, there is quite some intrageneric variability in this character.
Application of this subfamily as diagnosed by Lambert (1905) would result in a para- and/or polyphyletic group. [details]
Kroh, A. & Mooi, R. (2018). World Echinoidea Database. Maretinæ Lambert, 1905. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=600547 on 2018-11-14
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original description Lambert, J. 1905. Notes sur quelques Échinides éocéniques de l'Aude et de l'Hérault. Pp. 129-164 in Doncieux, L. Catalogue descriptif des fossiles nummulitiques de l'Aude et de l'Hérault. Première Partie. Montagne Noire et Minervois. Annales de l'Université de Lyon, Nouvelle Série, I. Sciences, Médecine 17, 129-164.
page(s): 162 [details]   
From editor or global species database
Diagnosis "un fasciole sous-anal" [loveniids possessing just a subanal fascioles] [details]

Status The absence/presence of fascioles as sole criterium is a problematic character, since fascioles are often present in juveniles, but lost in adults. Additionally, there is quite some intrageneric variability in this character.
Application of this subfamily as diagnosed by Lambert (1905) would result in a para- and/or polyphyletic group. [details]