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Polychaeta source details

Johnson, Herbert Parlin. (1901). The Polychaeta of the Puget Sound region. Proceedings of the Boston Society for Natural History. 29(18): 381-437, plates 1-19.
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Johnson, Herbert Parlin
1901
The Polychaeta of the Puget Sound region
Proceedings of the Boston Society for Natural History
29(18): 381-437, plates 1-19
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World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
Begins. "The following account of the Polychaeta of Puget Sound and neighboring waters is primarily based upon a collection made by Nathan R. Harrington, lately deceased, a member of the Columbia University Zoological Expedition to that region in the summer of 1896. The collection, comprising thirty-four species belonging to seventeen families, was sent to me in January, 1898. Preliminary examination showed that the collection, although meagre, in part poorly preserved, and almost destitute of data, contained much of interest. It seemed best, however, to defer any publication of results until more and better material could be obtained. Thanks to the good efforts of several collectors, notably Prof. William E. Ritter and )Iiss Alice Hobertson, both of the University of California, very substantial additions have been made to the original collection. These, together with two species from Victoria, B. C., kindly contributed by Prof. William A. Herdman, raise the total number of species to fifty-one, distributed in thirty-four genera and twenty-six families (see Table, p. 384)- practically all the Polychaeta known to occur in the Puget Sound region.
North-west Pacific, warm temperate and boreal
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Ammochares occidentale Johnson, 1901 accepted as Owenia fusiformis Delle Chiaje, 1844 (original description)
Amphitrite robusta Johnson, 1901 accepted as Neoamphitrite robusta (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Amphitrite spiralis Johnson, 1901 accepted as Neoleprea spiralis (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Aricideopsis Johnson, 1901 accepted as Laonice Malmgren, 1867 (original description)
Aricideopsis megalops Johnson, 1901 accepted as Laonice cirrata (M. Sars, 1851) (original description)
Bispira polymorpha Johnson, 1901 accepted as Eudistylia polymorpha (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Capitella dizonata Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Cirratulus cingulatus Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Cirratulus robustus Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Clymenella rubrocincta Johnson, 1901 accepted as Axiothella rubrocincta (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Euphrosine heterobranchia Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Flabelligera infundibularis H.P. Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Glycera nana Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Glycera rugosa Johnson, 1901 accepted as Glycera americana Leidy, 1855 (original description)
Harmothoe complanata Johnson, 1901 accepted as Hesperonoe complanata (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Harmothoe iphionellioides Johnson, 1901 accepted as Gaudichaudius iphionelloides (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Harmothoe pacifica Johnson, 1901 accepted as Gattyana pacifica (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Harmothoe tuta (Grube, 1855) accepted as Grubeopolynoe tuta (Grube, 1855) (source of synonymy)
Hemipodia borealis Johnson, 1901 accepted as Hemipodia simplex (Grube, 1857) (original description)
Lanice heterobranchia Johnson, 1901 accepted as Eupolymnia heterobranchia (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Lumbriconereis zonata Johnson, 1901 accepted as Scoletoma zonata (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Magelona longicornis Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Megachone Johnson, 1901 accepted as Chone Krøyer, 1856 (original description)
Megachone aurantiaca Johnson, 1901 accepted as Chone aurantiaca (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Myxicola pacifica Johnson, 1901 accepted as Myxicola infundibulum (Montagu, 1808) (original description)
Nereis foliata Baird, 1863 accepted as Alitta brandti Malmgren, 1865 (source of synonymy)
Nicomache personata Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Northia elegans Johnson, 1901 accepted as Onuphis elegans (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Northia iridescens Johnson, 1901 accepted as Onuphis iridescens (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Pectinaria brevicoma Johnson, 1901 accepted as Cistenides brevicoma (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Pionosyllis elongata Johnson, 1901 accepted as Syllis elongata (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Podarke pugettensis Johnson, 1901 accepted as Oxydromus pugettensis (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Polynoe californica Johnson, 1901 accepted as Halosydna johnsoni (Darboux, 1899) (original description)
Polynoe insignis (Baird, 1863) accepted as Halosydna brevisetosa Kinberg, 1856 (source of synonymy)
Sabellides anops Johnson, 1901 accepted as Amage anops (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Scoloplos elongata Johnson, 1901 accepted as Leitoscoloplos pugettensis (Pettibone, 1957) (original description)
Serpula columbiana Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Serpula zygophora Johnson, 1901 accepted as Crucigera zygophora (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Thelepus crispus Johnson, 1901 (original description)
Trophonia papillata Johnson, 1901 accepted as Pherusa papillata (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Trypanosyllis gemmipara Johnson, 1901 accepted as Trypanedenta gemmipara (Johnson, 1901) (original description)
Paratype LACM AHF POLY 0670, locality Puget Sound, identified as Scoloplos elongata Johnson, 1901
 Depth range

Near low-water mark. [details]

 Distribution

Pacific coast of the USA: Puget Sound (Washington). [details]

 Etymology

Not stated in the original description. The specific epithet elongata means 'prolonged' or 'elongated' and is the ... [details]

 Habitat

Sandy shores, near low-water mark. [details]

 Type locality

Port Townsend Region and Seattle Region, Puget Sound, Washington, USA, Pacific Ocean (gazetteer estimate 47.91°, ... [details]

 Type locality

Port Townsend, Puget Sound, Washington. Stated to be collected by Columbia University expedition "probably in the ... [details]