[Annelida] Eunicida: Nothria conchylega ?
(by sue.hamilton from blueyonder.co.uk)
Mon Oct 4 04:04:51 EST 2010
Nothing wrong with you - Yes, the Synopsis has a very limited number of
species to choose from. Try to get a copy of 'Revision of Onuphis, Nothria
and Paradiopatra (Polychaeta: Onuphidae) Based on Type Material' by
Kristian Fauchald, Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology No. 356, Smithsonian
Institution Press 1982. 1-109. for a much wider selection. Maybe someone
has a pdf they could provide - I only have a photocopy.
Sue Hamilton, BSc (Hons), CBiol, MSB
22 Bryce Crescent, Currie
Midlothian EH14 5LL
Tel. +44 (0) 131 449 6209
sue.hamilton from blueyonder.co.uk
----- Original Message -----
From: "Stanislas DUBOIS" <Stanislas.Dubois from ifremer.fr>
To: <annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu>
Sent: Monday, October 04, 2010 9:07 AM
Subject: [Annelida] Eunicida: Nothria conchylega ?
> Hi polychaete lovers,
> I'm currently fighting with a few individuals from the same species very
> likely from the genus Nothria (Malmgren, 1866) but base on the keys I'm
> using (i.e. Synopsis of the British Fauna n°32, Eunicida), I can't come up
> with something satisfacory. Everything match with Nothria conchylega
> (Sars, 1835) except the stout hooked chaeta from chaetiger 1 & 2 that are
> missing and the occurrence of clearly bidendate hooked chaeta instead.
> Speciment have been collected in South Brittany, France and I do have
> "true" specimen of Nothria conchylega (Sars, 1835) from that region with
> the stout hooked chaeta from chaetiger 1 & 2.
> So, what is wrong with me? Does anyone have a better key with a better
> description of this genus to provide? Have anyone face this problem yet?
> Thanks for your help,
> Stanislas DUBOIS (PhD)
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