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Marenzeller, E. von. (1885 [as separate 1884]). Südjapanische Anneliden. II. Ampharetea, Terebellacea, Sabellacea, Serpulacea. Denkschriften der Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien. 49 (2): 197-224, 4 plates.
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Marenzeller, E. von
1885 [as separate 1884]
Südjapanische Anneliden. II. Ampharetea, Terebellacea, Sabellacea, Serpulacea
Denkschriften der Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien
49 (2): 197-224, 4 plates
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb). Known available as a separate November 1884 (fide 'Nature Novitates') but volume published 1885
Japan
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Amphitrite ramosissima Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Neoamphitrite ramosissima (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Amphitrite vigintipes (Grube, 1870) accepted as Neoamphitrite vigintipes (Grube, 1870) (new combination reference)
Apomatopsis enosimae (Marenzeller, 1885) accepted as Apomatus enosimae Marenzeller, 1884 (basis of record)
Apomatus enosimae Marenzeller, 1884 (original description)
Eupomatus exaltatus Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Hydroides exaltata (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Hydroides exaltata (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Hydroides exaltatus (Marenzeller, 1885) accepted as Hydroides exaltata (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Hydroides multispinosa Marenzeller, 1884 [original] (original description)
Laonome japonica Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Sabellastarte indica (Savigny, 1822) accepted as Sabellastarte spectabilis (Grube, 1878) (original description)
Myxicola platychaeta Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Myxicola infundibulum (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Omphalopoma langerhansii Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Omphalopomopsis langerhansii (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Omphalopomopsis langerhansii (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Pista fasciata (Grube, 1870) (additional source)
Pista maculata Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Pista elongata Moore, 1909 (original description)
Polycirrus nervosus Marenzeller, 1884 (original description)
Polymnia congruens Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Eupolymnia congruens (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Pomatoceros helicoides Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Spirobranchus cruciger (Grube, 1862) accepted as Spirobranchus corniculatus (Grube, 1862) (original description)
Pomatostegus latiscapus Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Spirobranchus latiscapus (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Potamilla myriops Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Pseudopotamilla myriops (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Sabella aulaconota Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Parasabella aulaconota (Marenzeller, 1884) (original description)
Serpula granulosa Marenzeller, 1884 (original description)
Serpula princeps Grube, 1877 (basis of record)
Serpula vermicularis granulosa Marenzeller, 1884 accepted as Serpula granulosa Marenzeller, 1884 (original description)
Thelepus japonicus Marenzeller, 1884 (original description)
 Authority

WoRMS previously listed the author as Marenzeller 1885, based on the entry in Hartman Catalogue, p.498. The ... [details]

 Editor's comment

Marenzeller compared Serpula princeps with his Serpula granulosa. However, Grube (1877) as detailed by Marenzeller ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated, but for E. exaltatus Marenzeller (1885: 217) described the character of the opercular verticil spines ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated, but the name for H. multispinosa evidently refers adjectivally to multiple lateral spinules on the ... [details]

 Type locality

East coast of Enoshima Island (“Ostküste der Insel Eno-sima”), Sagami Bay, Honshu, Japan (it is only ~0.5 km ... [details]

 Type locality

Shore at Eno-sima (Enoshima), Sagami Bay, Honshu, Japan. There is an Enoshima-rettō Island, also off Honshu, but ... [details]