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Polychaeta source details

Moore, J. Percy. (1923). The polychaetous annelids dredged by the U.S.S. ''Albatross'' off the coast of southern California in 1904. IV. Spionidae to Sabellariidae. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 75: 179-259, plates XVII-XVIII.
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Moore, J. Percy
1923
The polychaetous annelids dredged by the U.S.S. ''Albatross'' off the coast of southern California in 1904. IV. Spionidae to Sabellariidae
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
75: 179-259, plates XVII-XVIII
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb). The BHL link is to a collected reprint. Also online access at Jstor: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4063880. Station data is in "Fisheries Document No. 604, Washington. 1906" according to Moore. See Albatross dredging records for station data

     Three parts of this paper dealing with the Nereidiformia of the "Albatross" collections have been published in these Proceedings as follows: I, 1909, pp.321-351, Plates XV and XVI; II, 1910, pp.328-402, Plates XXVIII-XXXIII; III, 1911, pp. 234-318, Plates XV-XVI. The long delay in the appearance of this fourth and concluding part is due to several unavoidable circumstances. The paper was practically completed in 1911, but before submission for publication the entire manuscript including figures was unaccountably lost. For a long time, the author was reluctant to believe that it would not be recovered, and took no steps to replace it. Later, it became completely occupied with other work, and only recently had found time to rewrite it.
     The text has now been prepared chiefly from the original notes, but supplemented by some additional studies. Some of the drawings have been replaced, and appear on the plates, but unfortunately it has been impossible to redraw all of the figures and as a result this part is less fully illustrated than the others.
     In the meantime, several of the species named as new in the original MS. have been descirbd by others, as referred to in the text. The types of all new species are in the collection of the U.S. National Museum, and a set of cotypes and duplicates is deposited at this Academy.
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Acrocirrus crassifilis Moore, 1923 (original description)
Amage arieticornuta Moore, 1923 (original description)
Amage perfecta Moore, 1923 (original description)
Amage scutata Moore, 1923 (original description)
Amphicteis mucronata Moore, 1923 (original description)
Branchiomma circumspectum Moore, 1923 accepted as Acromegalomma circumspectum (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Euchone magna Moore, 1923 accepted as Chone magna (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Euclymene delineata Moore, 1923 (original description)
Euclymene reticulata Moore, 1923 accepted as Isocirrus reticulatus (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Filograna tribranchiata Moore, 1923 accepted as Salmacina tribranchiata (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Heteroclymene glabra Moore, 1923 (original description)
Jasmineira ecaudata Moore, 1923 accepted as Paradialychone ecaudata (Moore, 1903) (original description)
Laonome tridentata Moore & Bush, 1904 (original description)
Leaena gracilis Moore, 1923 accepted as Lanassa gracilis (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Lysippe annectens Moore, 1923 (original description)
Maldane carinata Moore, 1923 accepted as Maldane cristata Treadwell, 1923 (original description)
Maldane lacera Moore, 1923 accepted as Chirimia biceps lacera (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Melinna cristata heterodonta Moore, 1923 accepted as Melinna heterodonta Moore, 1923 (original description)
Melinna pacifica Moore, 1923 accepted as Melinnexis moorei Hartman, 1960 accepted as Melinnopsis moorei (Hartman, 1960) (source of synonymy)
Melinna pacifica McIntosh, 1885 (original description)
Melinna pacifica McIntosh, 1885 (source of synonymy)
Melinna pacifica Moore, 1923 accepted as Melinnexis moorei Hartman, 1960 accepted as Melinnopsis moorei (Hartman, 1960) (original description)
Metavermilia multiannulata Moore, 1923 accepted as Vermiliopsis multiannulata (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Notaulax mucronata Moore, 1923 accepted as Potamethus mucronatus (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Notoproctus lineatus Moore, 1923 (original description)
Paralysippe annectens (Moore, 1923) accepted as Lysippe annectens Moore, 1923 (original description)
Paramage scutata (Moore, 1923) accepted as Amage scutata Moore, 1923 (original description)
Parasabella pallida Moore, 1923 (original description)
Pista brevibranchia Chamberlin, 1919 accepted as Pista brevibranchiata Moore, 1923 (source of synonymy)
Pista brevibranchiata Moore, 1923 (original description)
Pista disjuncta Moore, 1923 (original description)
Polycirrus perplexus Moore, 1923 (original description)
Praxillura maculata Moore, 1923 (original description)
Prionospio alata Moore, 1923 accepted as Paraprionospio alata (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Protis pacifica Moore, 1923 (original description)
Protula geniculata Moore & Bush, 1904 accepted as Apomatus geniculata (Moore & Bush, 1904) represented as Apomatus geniculatus (Moore & Bush, 1904) (source of synonymy)
Pseudoclymene longiceps Moore, 1923 accepted as Isocirrus longiceps (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Rhodine bitorquata (original description)
Salmacina tribranchiata (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Sosanopsis armipotens Moore, 1923 accepted as Amelinna armipotens (Moore, 1923) accepted as Melinnopsis armipotens (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Spionides foliata Moore, 1923 accepted as Laonice foliata (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Spionides sacculata Moore, 1923 accepted as Laonice sacculata (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Spiophanes fimbriata Moore, 1923 (original description)
Spirabranchus spinosus Moore, 1923 represented as Spirobranchus spinosus Moore, 1923 (original description)
Spirobranchus spinosus Moore, 1923 (original description)
Stylarioides pluribranchiata Moore, 1923 accepted as Brada pluribranchiata (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Tharyx gracilis Moore, 1923 accepted as Chaetozone gracilis (Moore, 1923) (original description)
Travisia brevis Moore, 1923 (original description)
Travisia granulata Moore, 1923 (original description)
Holotype USNM 17249, locality California, identified as Acrocirrus crassifilis Moore, 1923
Paratype ANSP ANSP 3150, locality Santa Cruz, identified as Pista fimbriata Moore, 1923 in Loi, 1980
Holotype USNM USNM 16892, locality Loma, identified as Pista disjuncta Moore, 1923
Paratype USNM USNM 16971, locality Santa Cruz, identified as Pista fimbriata Moore, 1923 in Loi, 1980
Holotype USNM USNM 17077, locality Santa Cruz, identified as Pista fimbriata Moore, 1923 in Loi, 1980
 Depth range

Slope depths: 360-514 m. [details]

 Distribution

Pacific Ocean: off California (USA). [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. The specific epithet crassifilis is composed by the Latin adjective crassi, plural of crassus and ... [details]

 Habitat

Black sand, pebbles, and rocks, at slope depths.  [details]

 Specimen

Holotype deposited at the Smithsonian Institution, Washington (USNM 17249).  [details]

 Type locality

Pacific Ocean, USA, California, Channel Islands, Gull Island, S. coast of Santa Cruz Island, N. 40d E., 2.7 miles, ... [details]