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Slabber (1778, pl. 08)

Slabber (1778, pl. 08)
Description: 1. De “zee-draadworm” (Gordius marinus), later herkend door van Benthem Jutting (1970) als vermoedelijk een snoerworm (Micrura sp.). 2. De “zee-slak” (Mollusca marina), later herkend door van Benthem Jutting (1970) als een platworm (Plagiostomum vittatum). 3. De “zee-luis” (Monoculus marinus), later herkend door van Benthem Jutting (1970) als de larve van een eendenmossel (Lepas anatifera). 4 – 5. De “zee-kwal” (Medusa marina), later herkend door van Benthem Jutting (1970) als de zeevonk (Noctiluca miliaris, synoniem van Noctiluca scintillans). 6. Een “noch weinig bekend zee-diertje”, later herkend door van Benthem Jutting (1970) als een platwormsoort (vermoedelijk orde Acoela).
Author: M. Slabber & P.M. Brasser in Slabber, M. (1778)
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WoRMS taxa
Lepas anatifera Linnaeus, 1758 represented as Lepas (Anatifa) anatifera Linnaeus, 1758Unreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editor
Noctiluca scintillans (Macartney) Kofoid & Swezy, 1921Unreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editor
Lineus longissimus (Gunnerus, 1770)Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Norenburg, Jon 2014-02-04
Plagiostomum vittatum (Frey & Leuckart, 1847)Unreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editor
Noctiluca miliaris Suriray, 1816 accepted as Noctiluca scintillans (Macartney) Kofoid & Swezy, 1921Unreviewed: has not been verified by a taxonomic editor
From reference: Slabber, M. (1778). Natuurkundige verlustigingen, behelze...

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