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[Annelida] Notomastus species

Alexander Tzetlin via annelida%40net.bio.net (by atzetlin from gmail.com)
Thu Dec 7 02:32:47 EST 2017


I am not sure that any type-specimens of species described by Zachs  still
exists.
Anyhow, I think, the collection manager  of polychaete collection,
Zoological Institute St. Petersburg can clear the question: Vladislav (
Slava)   Potin, *Vladislav.Potin from zin.ru.* <Vladislav.Potin from zin.ru>


*Yours,*


*Sasha*

*Alexander Tzetlin*


2017-12-07 2:42 GMT+03:00 Elena Kupriyanova <
Elena.Kupriyanova from austmus.gov.au>:

> *Notomastus annenkovae* Zarch, 1933 - the author's name is Zachs, not
> Zarch, and I assume that the type is in St, Petersburg, Russia as it was
> described by a Russian after another Russian
> Best,
> Lena
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> Dear friends,
>
> Maria Elena García-Garza and I are working on the revision of Notomastus
> and we have problems locating the types of the following species
>
>
> *Notomastus annenkovae* Zarch, 1933
>
> *Notomastus rubricundus* Kefrestein, 1862
>
> *Notomastus zeylanicus* Willey, 1905
>
>
> If someone knew the place where they are deposited, we would appreciate
> the information. Thanks a lot in advanced.
>
>
> Angel de León
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