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Tovar‐Hernández, M. A. (2007). Revision of Chone Kr⊘yer, 1856 (Polychaeta: Sabellidae) from North America and descriptions of four new species. Journal of Natural History. 41(9-12): 511-566.
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10.1080/00222930701250912 [view]
Tovar‐Hernández, M. A.
2007
Revision of Chone Kr⊘yer, 1856 (Polychaeta: Sabellidae) from North America and descriptions of four new species
Journal of Natural History
41(9-12): 511-566
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyD)
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The present study deals with the revision of type and non-type material from 12 species of Chone Kroyer, 1856 (Polychaeta: Sabellidae) that have been described from North America: C. albocincta Banse, 1972, C. aurantiaca (Johnson, 1901), C. bimaculata Banse and Nichols, 1968, C. ecaudata (Moore, 1923), C. gracilis Moore, 1906, C. magna (Moore, 1923), C. minuta Hartman, 1944, C. mollis (Bush in Moore, 1904), C. picta (Verrill, 1885), C. princei McIntosh, 1916, C. ungavana Chamberlin, 1920, and C. veleronis Banse, 1972; and the formal description of four new species: Chone eiffelturris n. sp., Chone paramollis n. sp., Chone quebecensis n. sp., and Chone trilineata n. sp. Chone princei is redescribed and transferred to the genus Jasmineira Langerhans, 1880; C. ungavana is declared incertae sedis; C. bimaculata is reinstated; C. minuta is synonymized with C. ecaudata, and C. mollis is recorded for the Pacific coast of Panama.
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 Etymology

trilineata from Latin, meaning three-lined; and refers to the peculiar shape of the glandular ridge on chaetiger 2. [details]