Autolytus roseus Claparède, 1864

Nygren, Arne, 2004, Revision of Autolytinae (Syllidae: Polychaeta)., Zootaxa 680, pp. 1-314: 192

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10.5281/zenodo.157809

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scientific name

Autolytus roseus Claparède, 1864
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Autolytus roseus Claparède, 1864 

Autolytus roseus Claparède, 1864: 566  –567, pl. 7, fig. 4; Langerhans 1879: 577; Fauvel 1923: 322, fig. 123 E –G.

Not Autolytus roseus Okada 1933 a: 641  –645, fig. 1 (= Epigamia  sp)

Distribution. Mediterranean.

Remarks. Types do not exist. Female stolon, length 10 mm for? 8 + 13 + 40 chaetigers. Tentacular cirri 2 pairs, achaetous knobs not described. Antennae and dorsal cirri red, tentacular cirri uncoloured, red intrasegmental ( Claparède 1864: fig. 4) band across each segment; eggs blue. General body shape with a long posterior region, indicates that this is a stolon of Proceraea  ­ type. It is possible that this is the female stolon of Langerhans' P. madeirensis  . The colour in P. madeirensis  is described as brown, but red and brown may sometimes be difficult to separate. In that case Claparède's name would have priority.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Annelida

Class

Polychaeta

Order

Phyllodocida

Family

Syllidae

Genus

Autolytus

Loc

Autolytus roseus Claparède, 1864

Nygren, Arne 2004

2004
Loc

Autolytus roseus Claparède, 1864 : 566

Fauvel 1923: 322
Langerhans 1879: 577Claparede 1864: 566

1879
Loc

Autolytus roseus

Okada 1933: 641