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Recognition of Cenogenus chamberlin, 1919 (Polychaeta: lumbrineridae) based on type material

Por: Carrera Parra, Luis Fernando. Doctor [autor/a].
Tipo de material: Artículo ArtículoTema(s): Cenogenus descendens | Lumbrineridae | Polychaeta | Taxonomía animalTema(s) en inglés: Cenogenus descendens | lumbrineridae | Polychaeta | Animal taxonomyNota de acceso: Disponible para usuarios de ECOSUR con su clave de acceso En: Proceedings of the Biological Society Washington. volumen 114, número 3 (2001), páginas 720-724. --ISSN: 0006-324XNúmero de sistema: 50855Resumen:
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Cenogenus Chamberlin with C. descendens Chamberlin as its only species has been considered a junior synonym of Lumbrineris. It is here redescribed and emended as a distinct genus. Its diagnostic features include a single antenna in the nuchal fold; single digitate branchiae on anterior parapodia; maxillary apparatus of labidognath type, with four plates, maxillae III and IV edentate, maxillae V absent; mandible partially fused and simple multidentate hooded hooks. Paraninoe Levenstein (type species Ninoe fusca Moore) is a junior synonym of Cenogenus; both species, C. descendens and C. fusca are recognized based on type material.

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Cenogenus Chamberlin with C. descendens Chamberlin as its only species has been considered a junior synonym of Lumbrineris. It is here redescribed and emended as a distinct genus. Its diagnostic features include a single antenna in the nuchal fold; single digitate branchiae on anterior parapodia; maxillary apparatus of labidognath type, with four plates, maxillae III and IV edentate, maxillae V absent; mandible partially fused and simple multidentate hooded hooks. Paraninoe Levenstein (type species Ninoe fusca Moore) is a junior synonym of Cenogenus; both species, C. descendens and C. fusca are recognized based on type material. eng

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