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Polychaeta source details

Monro, Charles Carmichael Arthur. (1933). The Polychaeta Sedentaria collected by Dr. C. Crossland at Colón, in the Panama region, and the Galapagos Islands during the Expedition of the S.Y. ‘St. George’. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London. 103(4): 1039-1092.
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10.1111/j.1096-3642.1933.tb01640.x [view]
Monro, Charles Carmichael Arthur
1933
The Polychaeta Sedentaria collected by Dr. C. Crossland at Colón, in the Panama region, and the Galapagos Islands during the Expedition of the S.Y. ‘St. George’
Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
103(4): 1039-1092
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyD)
Ths paper completes the account of the collection made by Crossland in these regions. A report on the representatives of the families Polynoidae and Acoetidae appeared in the Journ. Linn. Soc. London, xxxvi, 1928, and more recently an account of the Polychaeta Errantia other than the members of these two families was published in the Proc. Zool. Soc. London, pt. 1, 1933.
America, Central
Lusitanian region: Azores, Madeira, Canary Islands to west Iberian Peninsula together
Pacific Ocean
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Ambo americana Monro, 1933 accepted as Timarete perbranchiata (Chamberlin, 1918) (original description)
Amphitritides bruneocomata (Ehlers, 1887) (additional source)
Audouinia tortugaensis (Augener, 1922) accepted as Cirriformia tortugaensis (Augener, 1922) (source of synonymy)
Bispira rugosa monterea Monro, 1933 accepted as Bispira monroi (Hartman, 1961) (original description)
Cirratulus dollfusi Fauvel, 1928 accepted as Fauvelicirratulus dollfusi (Fauvel, 1928) (source of synonymy)
Crosslandiella multispinosa Monro, 1933 accepted as Pseudovermilia multispinosa (Monro, 1933) (original description)
Crosslandiella multispinosa inarmata Monro, 1933 accepted as Pseudovermilia multispinosa (Monro, 1933) (original description)
Dasybranchus caducus lumbricoides Grube, 1878 accepted as Dasybranchus lumbricoides Grube, 1878 (basis of record)
Dasybranchus lumbricoides Grube, 1878 (new combination reference)
Eupomatus inermis (Monro, 1933) accepted as Hydroides inermis Monro, 1933 (original description)
Haploscoloplos panamensis Monro, 1933 accepted as Leitoscoloplos panamensis (Monro, 1933) (original description)
Hydroides inermis Monro, 1933 (original description)
Lanicides taboguillae (Chamberlin, 1919) (basis of record)
Laonice japonica (Moore, 1907) (new combination reference)
Magelona pacifica Monro, 1933 (original description)
Maldane gorgonensis Monro, 1933 (original description)
Nicolea galapagensis Chamberlin, 1919 accepted as Lanicides taboguillae (Chamberlin, 1919) (source of synonymy)
Nicolea taboguillae Chamberlin, 1919 accepted as Lanicides taboguillae (Chamberlin, 1919) (source of synonymy)
Pista herpini Fauvel, 1928 (additional source)
Protula balboensis Monro, 1933 (original description)
Protula tubularia balboensis Monro, 1933 accepted as Protula balboensis Monro, 1933 (original description)
Pseudovermilia multispinosa (Monro, 1933) (original description)
Sabellaria (Phragmatopoma) virgini (Kinberg, 1866) accepted as Phragmatopoma virgini Kinberg, 1866 (source of synonymy)
Sabellaria pectinata moorei Monro, 1933 accepted as Sabellaria moorei Monro, 1933 (original description)
Spionides japonicus Moore, 1907 accepted as Laonice japonica (Moore, 1907) (new combination reference)
Spirobranchus contierei (Gravier, 1905) accepted as Spirobranchus tetraceros (Schmarda, 1861) (basis of record)
Streblosoma crassibranchiata Treadwell, 1914 accepted as Streblosoma crassibranchia Treadwell, 1914 (original description)
Syllis fuscosuturata (Augener, 1922) accepted as Branchiosyllis exilis (Gravier, 1900) (additional source)
Telepsavus costarum Claparède, 1869 accepted as Spiochaetopterus costarum (Claparède, 1869) (source of synonymy)
Terebella gorgonae Monro, 1933 (original description)
Timarete dollfusi (Fauvel, 1928) accepted as Fauvelicirratulus dollfusi (Fauvel, 1928) (additional source)
Coiba Island for Pista alata Moore, 1909 
Galapagos Islands for Pista alata Moore, 1909 
Gorgona Island for Pista herpini Fauvel, 1928 
Syntype NHMUK 1933.7.10.286-290, locality Santa Cruz Island, identified as Terebella gorgonae Monro, 1933
Syntype NHMUK 1933.7.10.291-293, locality Gorgona Island, identified as Terebella gorgonae Monro, 1933
Syntype NHMUK 1933.7.10.63-64, locality Taboga Island, identified as Haploscoloplos panamensis Monro, 1933
 Depth range

11-22 m. [details]

 Depth range

Intertidal to low water.  [details]

 Depth range

Intertidal to subtidal. [details]

 Distribution

Indian Ocean: Gulf of Mannar (Pamban and Krusadai islands); Persian Gulf. Pacific Ocean: Gorgona Island (Colombia). [details]

 Distribution

Pacific Ocean: between Taboga and Taboguilla islands (Panama). [details]

 Distribution

Pacific Ocean: Gorgona Island (Colombia); Albemarle (= Isabela) and Indefatigable (= Santa Cruz) islands ... [details]

 Distribution

Pacific Ocean: Indefatigable Island (Galápagos Islands, Ecuador); Gorgona Island (Colombia).  [details]

 Environment

Not stated, but for H. inermis it is likely that the Latin inermis 'unarmed', is referring to the verticil spines ... [details]

 Etymology

Not explicitly stated, but the specific epithet panamensis refers to the type locality of the species, located in ... [details]

 Etymology

Not explicitly stated in the original description, the specific epithet gorgonae refers to Gorgona Island ... [details]

 Habitat

Fine gravel in pools, and under stones, intertidal to shallow water. [details]

 Habitat

On sand, fine sand, muddy sand, mud, and among mangrove roots; temperature 14.1 to 32ºC; salinity 34.2 to 35.9 psu; ... [details]

 Habitat

Shore pools, intertidal to low water.  [details]

 Habitat

Soft mud, at subtidal depths. [details]

 Syntype

Syntypes deposited at the Natural History Museum, London, UK (NHMUK 1933.7.10.63-64). [details]

 Taxonomy

Monro (1933: 1047) established the new combination Laonice japonica (Moore, 1907), considering the species as valid ... [details]

 Taxonomy

The species was synonymised with Dasybranchus caducus (Grube, 1846) by Eisig (1887: 823-828), and this synonymy was ... [details]

 Type locality

Between Taboga and Taboguilla islands, Panama, Pacific Ocean (gazetteer estimate 8.80°, -79.54°). [details]

 Type locality

Syntypes from three localities in the Pacific Ocean: a) Gorgona Island, Panama (gazetteer estimate 2.965°, ... [details]

 Type material

Syntypes from at least two of the three type localities deposited at the Natural History Museum, London, UK (NHMUK ... [details]