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Polychaeta taxon details

Prosphaerosyllis bilineata (Kudenov & Harris, 1995)

1259207  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1259207)

accepted
Species
Sphaerosyllis bilineata Kudenov & Harris, 1995 (superseded original combination)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent only
(ofSphaerosyllis bilineata Kudenov & Harris, 1995) Kudenov, Jerry D. and Harris, Leslie H. 1995. Family Syllidae Grube, 1850. pages 1-97. IN: Blake, James A.; Hilbig, Brigitte; and Scott, Paul H. Taxonomic Atlas of the Benthic Fauna of the Santa Maria Basin and Western Santa Barbara Channel. 5 - The Annelida Part 2. Polychaeta: Phyllodocida (Syllidae and scale-bearing families), Amphinomida, and Eunicida. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Santa Barbara
page(s): 31-33, fig. 1.9 [details]   
Holotype  LACM AHF Poly 1673, geounit Northern California  
Holotype LACM AHF Poly 1673, geounit Northern California
Taxonomy San Martin (2005: 63) used a recombination of Sphaerosyllis bilineata into Prosphaerosyllis in text flow, not formally...  
Taxonomy San Martin (2005: 63) used a recombination of Sphaerosyllis bilineata into Prosphaerosyllis in text flow, not formally signified as a new usage, when discussing his recombination of Hartmann-Schröder's, 1979 Australian Sphaerosyllis species, as Prosphaerosyllis longipapillata. It is evident that if Prosphaerosyllis is recognised as a full genus (it was a subgenus of Sphaerosyllis), then that is where Sphaerosyllis bilineatea should be placed.
Faulwetter et al. (2011: 301) compared Prosphaerosyllis bilineata with Prosphaerosyllis longipapillata (Israel specimens, originally described from Australia) and infer they are very similar, a conclusion in line with discussions by previous authors. They state that: "To determine the identity of the Mediterranean material and whether P. bilineata and P. longipapillata are different species or not, careful examination of all type material is needed." [details]
Read, G.; Fauchald, K. (Ed.) (2018). World Polychaeta database. Prosphaerosyllis bilineata (Kudenov & Harris, 1995). Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/polychaeta/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1259207 on 2018-12-10
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original description  (ofSphaerosyllis bilineata Kudenov & Harris, 1995) Kudenov, Jerry D. and Harris, Leslie H. 1995. Family Syllidae Grube, 1850. pages 1-97. IN: Blake, James A.; Hilbig, Brigitte; and Scott, Paul H. Taxonomic Atlas of the Benthic Fauna of the Santa Maria Basin and Western Santa Barbara Channel. 5 - The Annelida Part 2. Polychaeta: Phyllodocida (Syllidae and scale-bearing families), Amphinomida, and Eunicida. Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. Santa Barbara
page(s): 31-33, fig. 1.9 [details]   

taxonomy source Faulwetter, S.; Chatzigeorgiou, G.; Galil, B.S.; Arvanitidis, C. (2011). An account of the taxonomy and distribution of Syllidae (Annelida, Polychaetes) in the eastern Mediterranean, with notes on the genus Prosphaerosyllis San Martín, 1984 in the Mediterranean. <em>ZooKeys.</em> 150(0): 281., available online at https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.150.2146
page(s): 301; note: usage of the combination Prosphaerosyllis bilineata, comparing to Prosphaerosyllis longipapillata [details]  OpenAccess publication 
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien  Containing type locality 
 

Holotype LACM AHF Poly 1673, geounit Northern California
From editor or global species database
Taxonomy San Martin (2005: 63) used a recombination of Sphaerosyllis bilineata into Prosphaerosyllis in text flow, not formally signified as a new usage, when discussing his recombination of Hartmann-Schröder's, 1979 Australian Sphaerosyllis species, as Prosphaerosyllis longipapillata. It is evident that if Prosphaerosyllis is recognised as a full genus (it was a subgenus of Sphaerosyllis), then that is where Sphaerosyllis bilineatea should be placed.
Faulwetter et al. (2011: 301) compared Prosphaerosyllis bilineata with Prosphaerosyllis longipapillata (Israel specimens, originally described from Australia) and infer they are very similar, a conclusion in line with discussions by previous authors. They state that: "To determine the identity of the Mediterranean material and whether P. bilineata and P. longipapillata are different species or not, careful examination of all type material is needed." [details]