[Annelida] New Bull. Zool. Nomencl. activity
(by a.muir from nhm.ac.uk)
Wed Jan 12 06:24:23 EST 2011
Case 3520 (by Radashevsky & Harris) came out a
few months ago, but Case 3525 (by Muir & Petersen) became a rather
complicated manuscript and has now been split into (hopefully three)
The first part (Chaetopterus variopedatus) has recently been published
and I can send you a pdf on request.
Muir, A.I. & Petersen, M.E. 2010. Case 3525. Tricoelia variopedata
Renier,  (currently Chaetopterus variopedatus; Annelida,
Polychaeta): proposed conservation of the specific name. Bulletin of
Zoological Nomenclature. 67(4):279-284.
Mr. A.I. Muir, Nematode and Polychaete Research Group, Department of
Zoology, The Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, South Kensington,
LONDON SW7 5BD, UNITED KINGDOM
Tel: +44 (0)20 7942 5567 Fax: +44 (0)20 7942 5054
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Subject: [Annelida] New Bull. Zool. Nomencl. activity
There is some Polychaeta related activity in the Bulletin of Zoological
Nomenclature 67(2) June 2010.
First, new applications to the Commission - yet to be published.
CASE 3520: Boccardia proboscidea Hartman, 1940 (Annelida, SPIONIDAE):
proposed conservation of the specific name. V.I. Radashevsky & L.H.
CASE 3525: Chaetopterus variopedatus [Renier, 1804] and Myxicola
infundibulum (Renier in Meneghini, 1847): proposed conservation of the
specific names and attribution of authorship of Lumbrineris coccinea
(Renier in Meneghini, 1847) and Sternaspis scutata (Renier in Ranzani,
1817) (Annelida, Polychaeta). A.I. Muir & M.E. Petersen.
Next, another episode in the Haliplanella story. den Hartog JC, Ates RML
(2010) Comment on the proposed conservation of Haliplanella Hand, 1956
(Anthozoa, Actinaria) by suppression of Haliplanella Treadwell, 1943
(Polychaeta) (Case 3493; see BZN 66: 312-316). Bulletin of Zoological
Nomenclature 67(2): 166-167.
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