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Linnaeus, C. (1767). Systema naturae per regna tria naturae: secundum classes, ordines, genera, species, cum characteribus, differentiis, synonymis, locis. Ed. 12. 1., Regnum Animale. 1 & 2. Holmiae, Laurentii Salvii. Holmiae [Stockholm], Laurentii Salvii. pp. 1-532 [1766] pp. 533-1327 [1767].
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Linnaeus, C.
1767
<i>Systema naturae per regna tria naturae: secundum classes, ordines, genera, species, cum characteribus, differentiis, synonymis, locis.</i> Ed. 12. 1., <i>Regnum Animale. 1 & 2</i>. Holmiae, Laurentii Salvii
Holmiae [Stockholm], Laurentii Salvii
pp. 1-532 [1766] pp. 533-1327 [1767]
Publication
Nantes and Pisces on pp. 394-532. Authorship sometimes cited as Linné.From Eschmeyer on the web.
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 Additional information

Linné (1764:662) gives a broader description, mentioning "anfractibus 20 s. 30 ...", which indicates the use of ... [details]

 Additional information

Linné (1767:1239) added additional references as compared to the 10th ed. (1758): Fauna Svecica (1761) = sensu ... [details]

 Authority

According to McIntosh (1922: 165) the species (McIntosh does not give a name) "was first described by H. Martin ... [details]

 Basionym

Medusa hemisphaerica Linnaeus, 1767: 1098 [details]

 Etymology

As 'penicillus' is a masculine Latin noun diminutive meaning a little brush, it is here regarded as unchanging as a ... [details]

 Etymology

Not stated by Linnaeus. According to Merriam Webster it is New Latin, from diminutive of Latin terebra borer or ... [details]

 Etymology

Terebella lapidaria is named (with feminine suffix) from the adjective lapidarius -a -um, meaning belonging to stones. [details]

 Grammatical gender

Feminine, based on treatment by authors of the time and the existence of Sabella as a female personal name. [details]

 Grammatical gender

Feminine, as -ella is the feminine of the diminutive -ellus -a -um. [details]

 Status

The name Serpula contortuplicata has been used by various authors for various taxa, mostly for what is now Serpula ... [details]

 Status

A re-evaluation of the validity of this subspecies has not been found [details]

 Synonymy

Linnaeus (1767) included Tubipora arenosa Ellis and Tubularia arenosa anglica under Sabella alveolata. [details]

 Taxonomy

Recombined from Murex ficus Linnaeus, 1758 [details]

 Type locality

"In Aqaeductu ad Sevillam" [in an aqueduct near Sevilla], Spain. [details]

 Type locality

British seas (Oceano Britanico) [details]



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