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Polychaeta source details

Hartman, Olga. (1976 [issue for 1974]). Polychaetous annelids of the Indian Ocean including an account of species collected by members of the International Indian Ocean Expeditions, 1963-1964 and a catalogue and bibliography of the species from India. Journal of Marine Biological Association of India. 16(1): 191-252.
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Hartman, Olga
1976 [issue for 1974]
Polychaetous annelids of the Indian Ocean including an account of species collected by members of the International Indian Ocean Expeditions, 1963-1964 and a catalogue and bibliography of the species from India
Journal of Marine Biological Association of India
16(1): 191-252
Publication
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb). This first part has the species descriptions, but begins with a list of the species included (not to be confused with the catalogue of Indian Ocean species in the 2nd part). According to Fournier & Petersen (1991) this article was not published until 1976. Olga Hartman's death (1974) is noted on the first page, so the final content was probably determined by someone else.
Some background on the IIOE collections made on the IIOE (International Indian Ocean Expedition, 1963-1964) is given at the NHMLAC research & collections website http://research.nhm.org/mbc/collections/collection.html?code=iioe
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Aglaophamus longicephalus Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Allmaniella nuchalis Hartman, 1976 accepted as Heteralentia ptycholepis (Grube, 1878) (original description)
Anaitides sanctijosephi (Gravier, 1900) accepted as Phyllodoce sanctijosephi Gravier, 1900 (new combination reference)
Cossura dayi Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Cossurella Hartman, 1976 accepted as Cossura Webster & Benedict, 1887 (original description)
Cossurella dimorpha Hartman, 1976 accepted as Cossura dimorpha (Hartman, 1976) (original description)
Diopatra bengalensis Hartman, 1976 accepted as Diopatra khargiana Wesenberg-Lund, 1949 (original description)
Disoma cirrifera Hartman, 1976 accepted as Trochochaeta cirrifera (Hartman, 1971) (original description)
Drilonereis monroi Day, 1960 (additional source)
Fauveliopsis arabica Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Goniada asiatica Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Harmothoe branchiata Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Hermadion africanus Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Hydroides heterocercus [auct. lapsus] accepted as Hydroides heterocera (Grube, 1868) (basis of record)
Leiochrides branchiatus Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Lumbrineris inhacae Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Mediomastus caudatus Hartman, 1976 accepted as Heteromastus caudatus (Hartman, 1976) (original description)
Paraprionospio lamellibranchia Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Peisidicidae Darboux, 1899 accepted as Sigalionidae Kinberg, 1856 (additional source)
Polydora peristomialis Hartman, 1976 accepted as Dipolydora peristomialis (Hartman, 1976) (original description)
Scalisetosus glabrus Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Tambalagamia orientalis Hartman, 1976 (original description)
Holotype AHF, locality Arabian Sea, identified as Tambalagamia orientalis Hartman, 1976
Nontype, locality Arabian Sea, identified as Paraprionospio lamellibranchia Hartman, 1976
Holotype AHF, locality Arabian Sea, identified as Mediomastus caudatus Hartman, 1976
Nontype, locality Bay of Bengal, identified as Leiochrides branchiatus Hartman, 1976
Holotype AHF, locality Bay of Bengal, identified as Leiochrides branchiatus Hartman, 1976
Nontype, locality Bay of Bengal, identified as Paraprionospio lamellibranchia Hartman, 1976
Nontype, locality Bay of Bengal, identified as Tambalagamia orientalis Hartman, 1976
Nontype, locality Bay of Bengal, identified as Tambalagamia orientalis Hartman, 1976
Nontype, locality Bay of Bengal, identified as Tambalagamia orientalis Hartman, 1976
Nontype, locality Gulf of Oman, identified as Paraprionospio lamellibranchia Hartman, 1976
Holotype AHF, locality Gulf of Oman, identified as Polydora peristomialis Hartman, 1976
Holotype AHF, locality Gulf of Oman, identified as Fauveliopsis arabica Hartman, 1976
Nontype, locality Gulf of Oman, identified as Fauveliopsis arabica Hartman, 1976
Nontype, locality Madagascar, identified as Paraprionospio lamellibranchia Hartman, 1976
Holotype AHF, locality Mozambique Channel, identified as Paraprionospio lamellibranchia Hartman, 1976
Holotype LACM LACM-AHF Poly1183, locality Mozambique Channel, identified as Lumbrineris inhacae Hartman, 1976
 Additional information

some background on the IIOE collections made on the IIOE (International Indian Ocean Expedition, 1963-1964) is ... [details]

 Depth range

121-124 m.  [details]

 Depth range

15-20 m.  [details]

 Depth range

15-37 m. [details]

 Depth range

65-110 m.  [details]

 Depth range

At the type locality (Mozambique Channel) at 430 m. Other localities (north of Madagascar, Arabian Sea and Bay of ... [details]

 Depth range

Bay of Bengal: 15-37 m. Arabian Sea: 110-113 m.  [details]

 Distribution

Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal (coasts of India).  [details]

 Distribution

Indian Ocean, Gulf of Oman (Arabian Sea). Hartman (1976: 236) also refers specimens from the Mozambique Channel ... [details]

 Distribution

Indian Ocean, Gulf of Oman.  [details]

 Distribution

Indian Ocean: Gulf of Oman.  [details]

 Distribution

Indian Ocean: Indian shelfs of the Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal.  [details]

 Distribution

Indian Ocean: Mozambique Channel, north of Madagascar, and north of Indian Ocean (Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal).  [details]

 Distribution

North of Indian Ocean: Indian coasts of Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal.  [details]

 Etymology

Named after Inhaca Island. The specimen is from a location at least 200 km from Inhaca Island, but Hartman may have ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. The specific epithet orientalis is a Latin adjective meaning 'of the east', and presumably refers to ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. The specific epithet caudatus is a Latin adjective meaning 'tailed' or 'caudate', and presumably refers ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. The specific epithet branchiatus is a Latin adjective meaning 'having gills', and presumably is used to ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. The specific epithet peristomialis is composed by the noun 'peristomium' followed by the Latin suffix ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated. The specific epithet arabica is the feminine of the Latin adjective arabicus, meaning 'arabic' or ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific epithet lamellibranchia is composed by the Latin prefix lamelli-, meaning 'thin plate or layer', and ... [details]

 Habitat

Arabian Sea: very fine gray-green mud, between 110-113 m. Bay of Bengal: gray mud with little sand, and brown mud, ... [details]

 Habitat

Coarse sand.  [details]

 Habitat

In estuaries and shallow depths, in mud bottoms.  [details]

 Habitat

In green-brown mud, clay, and broken shells, at shelf depths.  [details]

 Habitat

In mud with little sand, at shallow depths.  [details]

 Habitat

In muddy and clayey sediments, sometimes mixed with broken shells, at shelf depths, and at 430 m.  [details]

 Habitat

Muddy and clayey sediments, mixed with dead shells.  [details]

 Morphology

According to Hartman (1976: 217) the specimens from the Bay of Bengal agree with the type specimen from the Arabian ... [details]

 Spelling

careless checklist misspelling of no significance  [details]

 Taxonomy

Hartman in her abstract lists Lumbrineris inhacae as newly described in her article, but the actual description is ... [details]

 Type locality

Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, Gulf of Oman, off Iran (25º10'N, 60º27'E to 25º08'N, 60º23'E), between 65-82 m, in ... [details]

 Type locality

Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, off India, SW Bombay (20º35'N 69º18'E to 20º33'N 69º20'E), between 110-113 m, in ... [details]

 Type locality

Indian Ocean, Arabian Sea, India, Kerala State, 3 miles off Cochin (= Kochi) Harbour (geocoordinates not provided, ... [details]

 Type locality

Indian Ocean, Bay of Bengal, India, Madras (= Chennai), 1.5 miles SE of harbour, directly east of the University ... [details]

 Type locality

Indian Ocean, Gulf of Oman, off Iran (25º17'N, 59º05'E), at 35 m, in green-brown mud, clay, and broken shells.  [details]

 Type locality

Indian Ocean, Mozambique Channel, near SW Madagascar (23º17'S, 43º34'E), at 430 m.  [details]