WoRMS source details

Pettibone, Marian H. (1996). Revision of the scaleworm genera Acholoe Claparède, Arctonoella Buzhinskaja, and Intoshella Darboux (Polychaeta: Polynoidae) with the erection of the new subfamily Acholoinae. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. 109(4): 629-644.
Pettibone, Marian H.
Revision of the scaleworm genera <i>Acholoe</i> Claparède, <i>Arctonoella</i> Buzhinskaja, and <i>Intoshella</i> Darboux (Polychaeta: Polynoidae) with the erection of the new subfamily Acholoinae
Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington
109(4): 629-644
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyD)
Available for editors  PDF available [request]
Four genera and five species of polynoids are reviewed and revised, including Acholoe Claparède, 1870, for A. astericola (Delle Chiaje, 1841), commensal with asteroids; Arctonoella Buzhinskaja, 1964, for A. sinagawaensis (Izuka, 1912); new genus Paractonoella, for P. indica (Day, 1973). n. comb., and P. aphthalma (Gallardo, 1968), n. comb., with ophiuroid (both as Intoshella); and Intoshella Darboux, 1900, for I. euplectellae (McIntosh, 1885), with glass sponge. All species are referred to the new subfamily Acholoinae, characterized by arctonoid type of prostomium and biramous parapodia with neuropodia deeply notched dorsally and ventrally, shorter rounded postsetal lobes and longer presetal acicular lobes, bifid distally, with longer supraacicular processes.
Associations, Symbiosis, Commensalism (parasitism see *PAR)
Systematics, Taxonomy
RIS (EndNote, Reference Manager, ProCite, RefWorks)
BibTex (BibDesk, LaTeX)
2013-01-12 18:30:12Z
2017-08-24 09:46:55Z

Syntype ZMB 1149-1151, geounit Adriatic Sea, identified as Polynoe malleata Grube, 1855

Combination relating to Polynoe astericola Delle Chiaje, 1841, disputed new name for Polynoe squamosa (q.v = ... [details]


Delle chiaje transferred his Nereis squamosa to Polynoe where apparently he thought it was a secondary homonym (it ... [details]


Recombined in Polynoe the original name Nereis squamosa Delle Chiaje was apparently thought to be a secondary ... [details]


previously in Acholoinae Pettibone, 1996; assignment to Polynoinae fide Norlinder et al., 2012  [details]