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Ehlersileanira incisa (Grube)

Sthenelais incisa Grube, 1877, p. 519.

Sthenelais simplex Ehlers, 1887, p. 60, pl. 13: figs. 2, 3, pl. 14: figs. 1–5 (part; not pl. 14: fig. 6).—Treadwell, 1901, p. 187; 1939, p. 193, fig. 23. [Lectotype (MCZ 722) here designated.]

Leanira vulturis Horst, 1917, p. 118, pl. 25: figs. 5–7 (part of Siboga station 47).

Leanira incisa.—Augener, 1918, p. 107.—Monro, 1930, p. 70.—Hartman, 1944, p. 13, pl. 1: figs. 1–4, pl. 2: figs. 9–11; 1959, p. 120 —Fauvel, 1953, p. 9.—Rullier, 1964, p. 1081.

Sthenelais luxuriosa.-—Treadwell, 1920, p. 592 (part; not Albatross station D5257). [?Not Grube, 1875.]

Leanira izuensis Takahashi, 1938, p. 199, pl. 20: fig. C, text-figs. IV, V.—Hartman, 1959, p. 116.

Sthenolepis izuensis.—Imajima and Hartman, 1964, p. 43.— Hartman, 1965a, p. 14.

Sthenolepis vulturis.—Hartman, 1965a, p. 14.

Sthenolepis incisa.—Hartman, 1965a, p. 14.

MATERIAL EXAMINED.—West Africa, mouth of Congo, Gazelle Expedition—holotype of Sthenelais incisa (ZMB 912). Off St. Paul de Loanda, Angola, 64–65 meters, grey mud, Discovery station 274, 4 August 1927—1 specimen (BMNH 1930: 10: 8: 1175). Off Cape Lopez, French Congo, 58–67 meters, mud and fine sand, Discovery station 279—1 specimen (BMNH 1930: 10: 8: 1172).

Northwest Atlantic, 28°42′ N, 88°40′ W, 587 meters, Blake station 47, 1877–78—lectotype of Sthenelais simplex (MCZ 722). South of Tortugas, Florida, W. L. Schmitt, collector: 201 meters, 15 July 1930—5 specimens (USNM 41062); 152–165 meters, 23 July 1932—1 specimen (USNM 41058); 110 meters, 5 August 1932—1 specimen (USNM 41060).

Gulf of Mexico, 29°02′ N, 88°40′ W, 309 meters, Pelican station 9, 4 February 1938—1 specimen (USNM 41057). 28°43′ N, 91°49′ W, 29 meters, Pelican station 85–4, 12 July 1938—1 specimen (USNM 41061).

Caribbean, Point del Algarrabo, Puerto Rico, 177–220 meters, Fish Hawk station 138 (6066), 20 January 1899—2 specimens (USNM 15684). 18°32′ N, 66°21′ W, 475 meters, Johnson-Smithsonian Deep-sea Expedition, station 23, 4 February 1933—1 specimen (USNM 20051). 18°31′N, 66°12′ W, 256–366 metens, station 21, 4 February 1933—1 specimen (USNM 20053). 18°37′ N, 65°05′ W, 640 meters, station 93, 2 March 1933—1 specimen (USNM 20052).

Southwest Atlantic, east coast South America off Brazil, 23°08′ S, 41°34′ W, 108 meters, blue mud, Albatross station 2762, 30 December 1887—1 specimen (USNM 41059).

Malay Archipelago, Siboga Expedition: Madura Strait, 07°27.5′ S, 113°08.5′ E, 37 meters, station 1, 7 March 1899—syntype of Leanira vulturis (ZMA 529.1). Madura Strait, 07°25′S, 113°16′E, 56 meters, station 2, 8 March 1899—2 syntypes (ZMA 529.2). Bay of Bima, 55 meters, station 47, 8/12 April 1899— syntype (ZMA 529.3); 2 syntypes (RMNH 1164). Strait of Makassar, 03°30′ S, 116°33′ E, 30.6 meters, M. P. N. van Kampen, collector—syntype (RMNH 1163).

Vicinity Philippine Islands, Albatross stations: Lusaran Light, between Panay and Negros, 10°32′ N, 122°26′ E, 176 meters, soft green mud, station D5183, 30 March 1908—1 specimen (USNM 17503). Tayabas Light, 13°42′ N, 121°50′ E, 196 meters, green mud, 2 March 1909, station D5375—1 specimen (USNM 17516) Tubig Point, Destacado Island, 247 meters, green mud and sand, station D5392, 1 March 1909—1 specimen (USNM 17513). Panalangan Point, Talajit Island, 11°57′ N, 124° 10′ E, 245 meters, gray mud, station D5397, 15 March 1909—2 specimens (USNM 17517) Cagayan Island, Jolo Sea, 09°38′ N, 121°11′ E, 929 meters, gray mud, coral sand, station D5423, 31 March 1909—1 specimen (USNM 17514).

DISTRIBUTION.—North and South Atlantic: off West Africa, South and Central America, Gulf of Mexico, Florida, West Indies; Malay Archipelago; Philippine Islands; Izu peninsula, Japan. In 15 to 930 meters.
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Pettibone, Marian H. 1970. "Revision of some species referred to Leanira Kinberg (Polychaeta: Sigalionidae)." Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology. 1-25. https://doi.org/10.5479/si.00810282.53

Ehlersileanira incisa ( Dutch; Flemish )

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Ehlersileanira incisa is een borstelworm uit de familie Sigalionidae. Het lichaam van de worm bestaat uit een kop, een cilindrisch, gesegmenteerd lichaam en een staartstukje. De kop bestaat uit een prostomium (gedeelte voor de mondopening) en een peristomium (gedeelte rond de mond) en draagt gepaarde aanhangsels (palpen, antennen en cirri).

Ehlersileanira incisa werd in 1877 voor het eerst wetenschappelijk beschreven door Grube.

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埃刺梳鳞虫 ( Chinese )

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二名法 Ehlersileanira incisa
(Grube, 1877)[1]

埃刺梳鳞虫学名Ehlersileanira incisa)为锡鳞虫科埃刺梳鳞虫属的动物。分布于大西洋北部和南部、墨西哥湾、印度洋西部、菲律宾群岛以及中国南海东海等海域。[1]

亚种

  • 黄埃刺梳鳞虫学名Ehlersileanira incisa hwanghaiensis),Uschakov et Wu于1962年命名,是中国的特有物种。分布于南海东海等海域。[2]

参考文献

  1. ^ 1.0 1.1 中国科学院动物研究所. 埃刺梳鳞虫. 《中国动物物种编目数据库》. 中国科学院微生物研究所. [2009-04-16]. (原始内容存档于2016-03-05).
  2. ^ 中国科学院动物研究所. 黄埃刺梳鳞虫. 《中国动物物种编目数据库》. 中国科学院微生物研究所. [2009-04-16]. (原始内容存档于2016-03-05).
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埃刺梳鳞虫: Brief Summary ( Chinese )

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埃刺梳鳞虫(学名:Ehlersileanira incisa)为锡鳞虫科埃刺梳鳞虫属的动物。分布于大西洋北部和南部、墨西哥湾、印度洋西部、菲律宾群岛以及中国南海东海等海域。

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