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[Annelida] Polycirrus triglandula Langerhans, 1880

Geoff Read via annelida%40net.bio.net (by Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz)
Sat Aug 27 02:57:17 EST 2016


Hi again,

"Original names of taxa never change and can be found in WoRMS ..."

However, just to note there are a few differences between the list and the actual published names.

The 'viridis' and 'brunnea' syllids were published in new genus Opisthosyllis Langerhans.  There is no genus 'Protosyllis' as in the register.

The 'ovigera' syllid was published as a Sphaerosyllis, not Grubea.

The published spelling of the 'arminis' syllid is Grubea arminii.

'Apisthodonta' should be 'Opisthodonta'.

Typosyllis oblonga (a combination pub by Langerhans 1881 in the 'canarische anneliden') is definitely just a usage of Syllis oblonga Keferstein, 1862.

Amphitrite orotave was published as 'Orotavae'

Also Branchiomaldane 'vincentii' is the correct original spelling but prevailing usage may be as vincenti - blame Ashworth.

Finally, it looks like I received a photocopy of the Wien register Langerhans pages by post from Phyllis.  If I can find it I'll make a pdf.

Cheers,

Geoff 

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To: Harry Hove, ten <harry.tenhove from naturalis.nl>; annelida from net.bio.net <annelida from magpie.bio.indiana.edu>
Subject: Re: [Annelida] Polycirrus triglandula Langerhans, 1880

Dear Harry,


Yes indeed. Oddly that is a spelling error made in the old Chaetozone newsletter, never remarked upon until now, and again oddly it was Phyllis who made it, not the more likely candidate of myself.

Also be aware I cannot be sure the list presented is totally complete, for reasons I will not go into.


Original names of taxa never change, and can be found in WoRMS, along with the modern assignments.


Geoff



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From: Harry Hove, ten <harry.tenhove from naturalis.nl>
Sent: 27 August 2016 09:47
To: annelida from net.bio.net
Cc: Jérôme; Geoff Read
Subject: Re: [Annelida] Polycirrus triglandula Langerhans, 1880


Dear all,

The correct names for the museum where Langerhans deposited (part of?) his material are in the German language: Naturhistorisches Museum Wien;  alternatively in English: Natural History Museum Vienna.

Be aware that many of the names have changed in the meantime.

Harry ten Hove

2016-08-26 12:10 GMT+02:00 Geoff Read <Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz<mailto:Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz>>:
Hello all,

Well I found the list of Langerhans Madeira etc preparations in an old, very old, email from Mary Petersen (02 Nov 1994).  As I understand the circumstances this is a transcription by Mary of a photocopy of the Naturisches Museum Wien register pages for ~1884, obtained by Phyllis Knight-Jones.  It is said by Phyllis to be in Langerhans handwriting. The explanation detail is Mary's. Polycirrus triglandula is recorded there. Langerhans died young, in 1888, in Madeira.

Geoff

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>From left to right, the following headings are used:

[Catalogue] No. - Probably = Langerhans' catalogue number Stuckzahl und Art der Conservering - Number of specimens and type of
   preservation; mikrosk. Praep. [here written mP] = slide; "n" probably =
   no slides
Jahr der Aufstellung - Year received?  This column has 1884, a roman numeral
   that goes at least up to XIV, thus not a month (perhaps something like an
   accession number), and a small arabic numeral, more or less in same
   sequence as catalogue numbers, but the system is not clear to me.  The
   arabic numbers are sometimes reversed relative to the catalogue numbers;
   it seems like Langerhans attempted to list the specimens first and slides
   from these afterwards, which may be why the arabic numbers do not always
   follow the same sequence as catalogue numbers.
Name - Genus species Author
Fundort - Locality; Puerto = Puerto de la Orotava, on the N coast of
   Tenerife, Canary Islands
Erhalten von (gesammelt von) - Received from (collected by) K/G/T - only a guess, but perhaps refers to storage (G, T - Glass or Tube) or
   exhibition container.  G usually given for first entry on each page,
   probably applies to all unless indicated otherwise, but only included
   below when this is on same line as species treated.
Special-Katalog Fol. - usually blank
Abgang Fol. - seems to be date (and number of) specimens [St.] given away


3188; 1/n;  1884/iv/5; Lagisca aequespina Langerh., Madeira, Prof. Dr.
      Langerhans (both donor and collector, applies also to all of following)

3200; 8/n;  1884/iv/17; Leonnates pusillus Langerh., Madeira 3202; 2/mP; 1884/iv/19; Ceratonereis brunnea Langerh., Madeira 3203; 2/mP; 1884/iv/20; Ceratonereis vittata Langerh., Madeira 3210; 15/n; 1884/iv/27; Lycoris funchalensis Langerh., Madeira - Abgang [?]
      188 - 4 St. (date perhaps = 1888)
3216; 1/mP; 1884/iv/33; Diopatra madeirensis Langerh., Madeira 3217; 2/mP; 1884/iv/34; Hyalinoecia rubra Langerh., Madeira 3231; 1/mP; 1884/iv/48; Halla sulfurea Langerh., Madeira 3232; 2/mP; 1884/iv/49; Marphysa saxicola Langerh., Puerto 3243; 2/n;  1884/xiv/60; Phyllodoce madeirensis Langerh., Madeira
3244; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/61;     "          "                   "
3245; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/62; Phyllodoce Dohrnii Langerh., Madeira 3246; 3/n;  1884/xiv/63; Eulalia pulchra Langerh., Madeira
3247; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/64;   "       "                 "
3249; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/67; Eulalia notata Langerh., Madeira 3251; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/68; Notophyllum alatum Langerh., Madeira 3252; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/69; Notophyllum frontale Langerh., Madeira 3253; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/70; Mystides caeca Langerh., Madeira 3265; 5/n;  1884/xiv/82; Ehlersia rosea Langerh., Madeira
3266; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/83;    "       "                "
3268; 4/mP; 1884/xiv/86; Ehlersia simplex Langerh., Madeira 3270; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/87; Ehlersia ferruginea Langerh., Puerto 3273; 3/n;  1884/xiv/90; Protosyllis brunnea Langerh., Madeira
3274; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/91;      "         "                 "
3275; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/92; Protosyllis viridis Langerh., Madeira 3277; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/94; Pionosyllis Weismanni Langerh., Madeira 3279; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/96; Apisthodonta morena Langerh., Madeira 3284; 6/n;  1884/xiv/101; Eusyllis kupfferi Langerh., Madeira
3285; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/102;    "        "                  "
3294; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/111; Grubea Arminis Langerh., Puerto 3296; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/113; Grubea ovigera Langerh., Madeira 3298; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/115; Paedophylax insignis Langerh., Madeira 3302; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/119; Autolytus quindecim-dentatus Langerh., Madeira 3310; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/127; Proceraea fasciata Langerh., Madeira 3311; 3/mP; 1884/xiv/128; Procerastea nematodes Langerh., Madeira 3312; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/129; Virchowia clavata Langerh., Madeira 3313; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/130; Typosyllis oblonga Langerh., Madeira 3314; 3/mP; 1884/xiv/131; Typosyllis pulvinata Langerh., Madeira 3316; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/133; Aricia acustica Langerh., Puerto 3319; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/135a; Spio atlanticus Langerh., Puerto 3322; 10/n; 1884/xiv/138: Polydora armata Langerh., Madeira - Abgang ?? ?3 St.
      (Date and number of specimens given away or exchanged unclear)

3323; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/139; Polydora armata Langerh.,   "
3325; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/141; Polydora hamata Langerh., Madeira, G 3330; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/146; Cirratulus viridis Langerh., Madeira 3331; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/147; Archidice glandularis Langerh., Madeira 3342; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/158; Branchiomaldane Vincentii Langerh., Puerto
3344: 1/mP; 1884/xiv/160; Axiothea cirrifera Langerh., Madeira 3346; 8/n;  1884/xiv/162; Ampharete minuta Langerh., Madeira, G
3347; 3/mP; 1884/xiv/163;     "        "                "
3348; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/164; Amphitrite Orotave Langerh., Puerto 3355; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/171; Leaena Graffii Langerh., Madeira 3359; 7/n;  1884/xiv/175; Polycirrus triglandula Langerh., Madeira 3364; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/180; Potamilla socialis Langerh., Madeira 3365; 15/n; 1884/xiv/181; Potamilla incerta Langerh., Madeira - Abgang ? 3St.

3366; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/182;     "        "                 "
3369; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/185; Potamilla rubra Langerh., Madeira, G 3370; 8?/n; 1884/xiv/186; Sabella variabilis Langerh., Madeira 3375; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/191; Chone arenicola Langerh., Madeira 3376; 8/n;  1884/xiv/192; Chone collaris Langerh., Madeira
3377; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/193;   "      "                  "
3778; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/194; Euchone rosea Langerh., Madeira 3782; 8/n;  1884/xiv/198; Leptochone violacea Langerh., Madeira
3783; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/199;     "         "                  "
3786; 2/n; 1884/xiv/202; Serpula concharum Langerh., Madeira (Roehren: tubes)

3787; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/203;   "        "                  "
3795; 6/n;  1884/xiv/211; Vermilia spirorbis Langerh., Madeira (Roehren)
3796; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/212;    "         "                  "
3800; 6/n;  1884/xiv/216; Omphalopoma spinosa Langerh., Madeira (Roehren)
3801; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/217;      "         "                 "
3802; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/218; Omphalopoma cristata Langerh., Madeira 3803; 2/mP; 1884/xiv/219; Filogranula gracilis Langerh., Madeira 3813; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/228; Salmacina setosa Langerh., Madeira (Roehren) 3819; 1/mP; 1884/xiv/234; Polygordius Schneideri Langerh., Madeira

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From: annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu<mailto:annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu> <annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu<mailto:annelida-bounces from oat.bio.indiana.edu>> on behalf of Geoff Read <Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz<mailto:Geoffrey.Read from niwa.co.nz>>
Sent: 22 August 2016 23:03
To: Jérôme
Cc: annelida from net.bio.net<mailto:annelida from net.bio.net>
Subject: Re: [Annelida] Polycirrus triglandula Langerhans, 1880

Hello Jérôme

I don't know, but the types and slides of Langerhans that survived are supposedly mostly at  Naturisches Museum Wien.
In 1994 Phyllis Knight-Jones reported they were there. There is a list of the species found somewhere but I am not sure if I ever saw it. Someone else may have it. Also some slides of Langerhans were found at Zoological Institute of the University of Freiburg, Germany, but these were Syllidae only.

Geoff Read




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