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Ivanov, A. V. [Artemij Vasilevich], 1963. Pogonophora. Academic Press, London, pp.479.(Trans. and ed. and additions by Carlisle, D. B., additional material by Southward, E. C.).
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[Author's preface] "The first edition of this book was published in 1960 as one of a series "Fauna of the U.S.S.R." produced by the Zoological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. I there summarized and analysed all that was then known about Pogonophora, not confining my attention merely to the species found in the seas bordering the Soviet Union. Until quite recently the Pogonophora were still a great zoological curiosity and only a few zoologists had any chance of studying them. It is with great gratification that I see that the number of those now studying these animals is increasing rapidly. As Dr. D. B. Carlisle has rightly said, Pogonophora are numbered amongst the rather common animals of the oceans. They are found indeed in nearly all seas. About 80 species have been described (71 in the present publication) and, indeed, in all likelihood the number will soon reach three figures. The material for my studies was collected by many Soviet oceanographical expeditions, but particularly by those sent out by the Institute of Oceanology of the Acadamy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. on board R.V. Vityaz. [etc]
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Cyclobrachia Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Cyclobrachia auriculata Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Diplobrachia Ivanov, 1960 (original description)
Diplobrachia belajevi Ivanov, 1960 (original description)
Diplobrachia capillaris (Southward, 1959) (source of synonymy)
Diplobrachia japonica Ivanov, 1960 (original description)
Diplobrachia southwardae Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Heptabrachia celebensis Southward, 1961 accepted as Polybrachia celebensis (Southward, 1961) (source of synonymy)
Krampolinum Kirkegaard, 1956 accepted as Polybrachia Ivanov, 1952 (source of synonymy)
Krampolinum galatheae Kirkegaard, 1956 accepted as Polybrachia galatheae (Kirkegaard, 1956) (source of synonymy)
Lamellisabella minuta Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Pogonophora accepted as Siboglinidae Caullery, 1914 (taxonomy source)
Polybrachia capillaris Southward, 1959 accepted as Diplobrachia capillaris (Southward, 1959) (source of synonymy)
Polybrachia celebensis (Southward, 1961) (source of synonymy)
Polybrachia galatheae (Kirkegaard, 1956) (new combination reference)
Siboglinidae Caullery, 1914 (identification resource)
Siboglinum arabicum Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Siboglinum bogorovi Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum buccelliferum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum ceylonicum Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Siboglinum concinnum Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Siboglinum exile Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Siboglinum frenigerum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum hyperboreum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum japonicum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum meridiale Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum microcephalum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum norvegicum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum pinnulatum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum pusillum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum robustum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum sergeevi Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Siboglinum silone Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Siboglinum subligatum Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Siboglinum sumatrense Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Siboglinum taeniaphorum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum tenue Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum variabile Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum vinculatum Ivanov, 1960 (taxonomy source)
Siboglinum zanzibaricum Ivanov, 1963 (original description)
Spirobrachia beklemischevi Ivanov, 1957 accepted as Volvobrachia beklemischevi (Ivanov, 1957) (redescription)
Zenkevitchiana longissima Ivanov, 1957 (additional source)

Pogonophora is now an "obsolete" phylum. Johansson (1937), consequent upon the first discoveries of genera ... [details]


According to Ivanov (1963) Thecanephria was an Order of Frenulata containing families Polybrachiidae, ... [details]


While Ivanov (1963) used the qualifying words "in all likelihood" and later "it would thus seem" K. galatheae ... [details]