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Bosc, L.A.G. (1802). Histoire Naturelle des Vers : contenant leur description et leurs moeurs, avec figures dessinées d'après nature. Guilleminet, Paris, chez Deterville. 3 vols. 324 pp. + pls. 1-10; 300 pp. + pls. 11-25; 270 pp. + pls. 26-32. 1-324.
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Bosc, L.A.G.
1802
Histoire Naturelle des Vers : contenant leur description et leurs moeurs, avec figures dessinées d'après nature.
Guilleminet, Paris, chez Deterville.
3 vols. 324 pp. + pls. 1-10; 300 pp. + pls. 11-25; 270 pp. + pls. 26-32. 1-324.
Publication
The 3 volumes of Bosc have separate records. Created for Ascidiacea: volume 3 only. [Do not use for Annelida: Polychaeta, which are only in volume 1, see volume 1 source record] BHL have two sets of Bosc
World Polychaeta Database (WPolyDb)
BHL DOI links to a microfilmed copy, and the plates are only black & white. A second version is at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/39123389 There is also a third BHL set (Vol.1 link), but it looks like the plates have been removed from this copy
According to Graff (1899; p.3) the year of publication of this publication is 1801; the attached PDF is the second edition of 1830.
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 Authority

As can be seen from the description by Leidy (see image) here he was correctly recombining Aphrodita armadillo Bosc ... [details]

 Authority

Hartman catalogue (1959:597) gives the combination Serpula quinquecostata as an original name authored by Bosc ... [details]

 Classification

Daudin (1800) originally named the taxon in Vermetus (Mollusca), although he seemed aware it was a serpulid. Bosc ... [details]

 Description

Described by Bosc as: "This species is frequently found in the mud on the Carolina coast, where it was observed by ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Original diagnosis by Bosc (1802: 150): "Corps alongé, articulé, à anneaux nombreux, garnis de chaque côté ... [details]

 Etymology

The genus is named after Polydora, one of the Oceanides of the Ancient Greek mythology, minor goddesses and water ... [details]

 Etymology

Bosc described the tube of Serpula hexagona as "montrant la moitié d'un prisme hexagone …", and the name is a ... [details]

 Grammatical gender

Feminine. Bosc named Polydora for a water nymph of Greek mythology. [details]

 Nomenclature

Lamarck (1801, p. 329) noted "Thalassema rupium. n. Lumbricus thalassema. Lin. Pall. Spicil. Zool. 10, p. 10, t. 1, ... [details]

 Spelling

There are subsequent misspellings in which tessulata is changed to tessellata, for example in Bosc (1802) [details]

 Status

Zibrowius (1971:699) states that Serpula hexagona is indeterminable and does not match Hydroides dianthus, but that ... [details]

 Type locality

Charleston Harbour, Charleston, South Carolina, USA, gazetteer 32.8186° -79.9279°  [details]



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