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Polychaeta source details

Uchida, Hiro'omi. 2004. Hesionidae (Annelida, Polichaeta [sic]) from Japan. I. Kuroshio biosphere 1: 27-92, Plate 1.
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyD). Uchida's new taxon names appear to be unavailable names as there is no deposition information, contrary to Article 16. No holotype specimen-lot identifiers are given, and no indication of where specimens might be held. WPolyDb follows Villalobos-Guerrero & Harris (2012) who treated Uchida's Ophiodromus new names as available. Other Uchida names are reported, but pro tem regarded as Nomina dubia. A key to Japanese Ophiodromus is given.
From introduction: "In the present account 17 genera and more than 50 species will be described. Japanese Hesionids with less than 7 pairs of tentacular cirri are described here as Part I of the report."
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Hesionides arenaria Friedrich, 1937 (additional source)
Heteropodarke kiiensis Uchida, 2004 (original description)
Ichthyohesione Uchida, 2004 (original description)
Ichthyohesione gorgasiae Uchida, 2004 (original description)
Microphthalmus itoi Uchida, 2004 (original description)
Micropodarke dubia (Hessle, 1925) (redescription)
Ophiodromus Sars, 1862 accepted as Oxydromus Grube, 1855 (identification resource)
Ophiodromus angustifrons (Grube, 1878) accepted as Oxydromus angustifrons (Grube, 1878) (redescription)
Ophiodromus berrisfordi Day, 1967 accepted as Oxydromus berrisfordi (Day, 1967) (redescription)
Ophiodromus brevipodius Uchida, 2004 accepted as Oxydromus brevipodius (Uchida, 2004) (original description)
Ophiodromus bunbuku Uchida, 2004 accepted as Oxydromus bunbuku (Uchida, 2004) (original description)
Ophiodromus constrictus Uchida, 2004 accepted as Oxydromus constrictus (Uchida, 2004) (original description)
Ophiodromus fauveli Uchida, 2004 accepted as Oxydromus fauveli (Uchida, 2004) (original description)
Ophiodromus longifundus Uchida, 2004 accepted as Oxydromus longifundus (Uchida, 2004) (original description)
Ophiodromus okudai Uchida, 2004 accepted as Oxydromus okudai (Uchida, 2004) (original description)
Ophiodromus parapallidus Uchida, 2004 accepted as Oxydromus parapallidus (Uchida, 2004) (original description)
Ophiodromus pugettensis (Johnson, 1901) accepted as Oxydromus pugettensis (Johnson, 1901) (redescription)
Parahesiocaeca Uchida, 2004 (original description)
Parahesiocaeca japonica Uchida, 2004 (original description)
Synsyllidia Uchida, 2004 (original description)
Synsyllidia alternata Uchida, 2004 (original description)
Uncopodarke Uchida, 2004 (original description)
Uncopodarke intermedia Uchida, 2004 (original description)
 Etymology

Named after the Kii Peninsula. Nachi Bay, the type locality of the new species, is located near the southern-most ... [details]

 Etymology

Named for the possible habit associated with garden eel [details]

 Etymology

Named after the genus of the host fish which the new species may be parasitic or commensal on. [details]

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Named for the late Dr. Tatsunori Itô, the collector of the holotype during his survey of interstitial fauna in Hokkaido [details]

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named for the short parapodia [details]

 Etymology

Named from the Japanese names of commensal hosts, the Spatangoid, Brissus latecarinatus and B. agassizii. The ... [details]

 Etymology

Seems to be named after the notopodial cirrophore strong constriction at the distal 1/4 [details]

 Etymology

dedicated to the famous French taxonomist of Polychaeta, late Prof. Pierre Fauvel. The new species was firstly ... [details]

 Etymology

Named for the long proximal part of palpi. [details]

 Etymology

Dedicated to the Japanese Polychaetologist, late Prof. Shiro Okuda. The new species was firstly reported from ... [details]

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Named for the allied species O. pallidus (Claparède, 1864). [details]

 Etymology

named after the genus Hesiocaeca Hartman, 1965a, which the new genus resembles. [details]

 Etymology

country of origin [details]

 Etymology

Named for the alternate arrangement of large and small papillae on the proboscis [details]

 Etymology

named for the presence of claw setae in the first setiger. [details]

 Etymology

Named from the intermediate natures of the new species between Hesionides-Microphthalmus group and Struwela. [details]

 Morphology

Proboscis is said to be expanded and sucker-like when everted. [details]

 Specimen

Described from one specimen collected as by-catch with garden eel, Gorgasia taiwanensis Shao, 1990. Deposition of ... [details]

 Specimen

holotype and two paratypes, deposition location unknown. [details]

 Specimen

Described from the single specimen known, deposition unknown. [details]

 Synonymy

The monotypic Uncopodarke Uchida, 2004 is probably a synonym of Microphthalmus according to Westheide (2013). ... [details]

 Taxonomy

Only known from the holotype. [details]

 Taxonomy

Monotypic genus. [details]

 Taxonomy

Monotypic genus. [details]

 Type locality

Nachi-Katsuura, Nachi Bay, 9.4m, Japan [details]

 Type locality

Sabiura, Kushimoto, Wakayama, middle Japan, 40 m. [details]

 Type locality

Akkeshi, Tsukushigoi Beach, Hokkaido, Japan, intertidal [details]

 Type locality

Kushimoto, off Shionomisaki Cape, Wakayama Prefecture, ca. 200 m [details]

 Type locality

Takegashima Marin Park Area No. 2, Tokushima Prefecture, Shikoku, 5 m deep, commensal with a Spatangoid, Brissus ... [details]

 Type locality

Sabiura, Kushimoto, Wakayama Prefecture, 12 m. [details]

 Type locality

Kushimoto, Izumo, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan. [details]

 Type locality

Kuroshima, off Nishinohama, 10m, Yaeyama Group, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan. [details]

 Type locality

House ten Vos, Ohmura Bay, Nagasaki Prefecture, 3.4m, Japan. [details]

 Type locality

Kushimoto, Izumo, Wakayama Prefecture, Japan. [details]

 Type locality

Kushimoto (Kii Peninsula), Arita, Japan, about 20 m. [details]

 Type locality

Kushimoto (Kii Peninsula), Arita, Japan [details]

 Type locality

Nachi-Katsuura Town (Kii Peninsula), Nachi Bay, 2 m deep, Japan. [details]