Autolytus longstaffi Ehlers, 1912

Nygren, Arne, 2004, Revision of Autolytinae (Syllidae: Polychaeta)., Zootaxa 680, pp. 1-314: 191

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10.5281/zenodo.157809

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scientific name

Autolytus longstaffi Ehlers, 1912
status

 

Autolytus longstaffi Ehlers, 1912 

Autolytus longstaffi Ehlers, 1912: 19  –21, pl. 2, fig. 6, 11; Hartman 1964: 78, pl. 24, fig. 3.? Autolytus longstaffi Wesenberg­Lund 1961: 67  –68.

Distribution. Antarctic.

Remarks. Types do not exist. Description of male and female stolons. Male of Proceraea  ­ type, with 2 pairs of tentacular cirri, achaetous knobs, 6 chaetigers in region a, and thick type of bayonet chaetae. Female with 6 chaetigers in region a as interpreted from illustration (5 according to Ehlers' description), tentacular cirri and achaetous knobs not mentioned, chaetae of same type as in male. Wesenberg­Lund (1961) briefly describes an atokous form with developing stolons behind chaetiger 11–13, that may or may not be A. longstaffi  . Autolytus longstaffi  could be the stolons to several Proceraea  ­taxa.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Annelida

Class

Polychaeta

Order

Phyllodocida

Family

Syllidae

Genus

Autolytus

Loc

Autolytus longstaffi Ehlers, 1912

Nygren, Arne 2004

2004
Loc

Autolytus longstaffi

Wesenberg-Lund 1961: 67Ehlers 1912: 19