Pectinariidae

Wong, Eunice & Hutchings, Pat, 2015, New records of Pectinariidae (Polychaeta) from Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia and the description of two new species, Zootaxa 4019 (1), pp. 733-744: 734

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4019.1.25

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:C17868C6-847E-4578-B258-32158F87F43C

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03F99517-FFEE-293E-FF2C-5492A7CD255E

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Plazi

scientific name

Pectinariidae
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Key to genera and Australian species of Pectinariidae   (after Hutchings & Peart 2002)

1. Opercular rim cirrate......................................................................... Amphictene   5

– Opercular rim smooth.................................................................................. 2

2. (1) Cephalic veil smooth............................................................................... Petta   *

– Cephalic veil cirrate................................................................................... 3

3. (2) Cephalic veil laterally attached...................................................................... Lagis   *

– Cephalic veil free..................................................................................... 4

4. (3) Major teeth of uncini in 1 row.................................................................... Cistenides   *

– Major teeth of uncini in 2 rows.................................................................. Pectinaria   7

5. (1) Posterodorsal lobe on segment 2 present.................................................... Amphictene favona  

– Posterodorsal lobe on segment 2 absent.................................................................... 6

6. (5) Scaphal hooks fine..................................................................... Amphictene uniloba  

– Scaphal hooks robust or broad based, with curved pointed tips............................ Amphictene lizardensis   n. sp.

7. (4) Anteroventral lobe of chaetiger 2 with continuous large rounded papillae.......................... Pectinaria antipoda  

– Anteroventral lobe of chaetiger 2 smooth or slightly incised.................................................... 8

8. (7) Paleae stout with blunt tips.......................................................... Pectinaria carnosus   n. sp.

– Paleae acute to subacute................................................................................ 9

9. (8) Cephalic veil with 10–16 cirri, paleae tips compact............................................ Pectinaria dodeka  

– Cephalic veil with 16–28 cirri, paleae tips extended......................................... Pectinaria kanabinos