WoRMS name details

Heteromastus filiformis laminariae Zachs, 1925

335480  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:335480)

taxon inquirendum (unresolved placement based on description)
Subspecies
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
recent only
Zachs, I. (1925). Nouvelles additions à la faune des Polychaeta du Murman. <em>Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences de Russie, Leningrad. A.</em> 1925: 1-3.
page(s): 3; note: short diagnosis, no figures [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
Note White Sea, Arctic Ocean. Zachs does not give a...  
From editor or global species database
Type locality White Sea, Arctic Ocean. Zachs does not give a location in the 1925 paper, although it is presumably White Sea as in 1923. Hartman catalogue lists the type location as the Murman Coast, but this is outside the White Sea, and to the north west. [details]
Description This is the full description in Zachs (1925): "Je crois que co n'est qu'une sous-espèce de H. filiformis Eisig. Elle en...  
Description This is the full description in Zachs (1925): "Je crois que co n'est qu'une sous-espèce de H. filiformis Eisig. Elle en diffère par les dimensions (plusieurs [female symbol] mûres ne dépassent pas 5-7 cm.). Ensuite, seulement 4 segments thoraciques (2 -5) portent les soies capillaires limbées. Soies de 3 sortes. Appendice digitiforme anal existe. Nombreux individus dans le biocoenose de laminaires." [details]

Nomenclature Zachs (1923) mention is a nomen nudum. The name is valid from the 1925 diagnosis  
Nomenclature Zachs (1923) mention is a nomen nudum. The name is valid from the 1925 diagnosis [details]

Status Not mentioned in Warren et al (1994) as a possible Mediomastus. Yabe & Mawatari (1998) pointed out that their new species,...  
Status Not mentioned in Warren et al (1994) as a possible Mediomastus. Yabe & Mawatari (1998) pointed out that their new species, Heteromastus tohbaiensis, came from the same area, but has capillary chaetae in chaetigers 1-5 while H. filiformis laminariae has them in chaetigers 1-4. They considered this meant the latter was not a Heteromastus. The status of H. filiformis laminariae is here considered unresolved. [details]
Read, G.; Fauchald, K. (Ed.) (2021). World Polychaeta Database. Heteromastus filiformis laminariae Zachs, 1925. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=335480 on 2021-05-13
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original description Zachs, I. (1925). Nouvelles additions à la faune des Polychaeta du Murman. <em>Comptes Rendus de l'Académie des Sciences de Russie, Leningrad. A.</em> 1925: 1-3.
page(s): 3; note: short diagnosis, no figures [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

original description (unavailable nomenclaturally) Zachs, I. 1923. Polychaeta of the Barents and White Seas. Trudy pervago vserossi iskogo s'ezda zoologov anatomov i gistolov Petrograd. [Proceedings of the first congress of the Russian Zoologists Anatomists and Histologists Petrograd], 1: 55-57.
page(s): 56; note: Nomen nudum, name listing only [details]   
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien  Containing type locality 
 

From editor or global species database
Description This is the full description in Zachs (1925): "Je crois que co n'est qu'une sous-espèce de H. filiformis Eisig. Elle en diffère par les dimensions (plusieurs [female symbol] mûres ne dépassent pas 5-7 cm.). Ensuite, seulement 4 segments thoraciques (2 -5) portent les soies capillaires limbées. Soies de 3 sortes. Appendice digitiforme anal existe. Nombreux individus dans le biocoenose de laminaires." [details]

Nomenclature Zachs (1923) mention is a nomen nudum. The name is valid from the 1925 diagnosis [details]

Status Not mentioned in Warren et al (1994) as a possible Mediomastus. Yabe & Mawatari (1998) pointed out that their new species, Heteromastus tohbaiensis, came from the same area, but has capillary chaetae in chaetigers 1-5 while H. filiformis laminariae has them in chaetigers 1-4. They considered this meant the latter was not a Heteromastus. The status of H. filiformis laminariae is here considered unresolved. [details]

Type locality White Sea, Arctic Ocean. Zachs does not give a location in the 1925 paper, although it is presumably White Sea as in 1923. Hartman catalogue lists the type location as the Murman Coast, but this is outside the White Sea, and to the north west. [details]