Phaenocora typhlops ( Vejdovský, 1880 ) Hofsten, 1907, (Vejdovsky, 1880) Hofsten, 1907

Houben, Albrecht M., Steenkiste, Niels Van & Artois, Tom J., 2014, Revision of Phaenocora Ehrenberg, 1836 (Rhabditophora, Typhloplanidae, Phaenocorinae) with the description of two new species, Zootaxa 3889 (3), pp. 301-354: 342-343

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Phaenocora typhlops ( Vejdovský, 1880 ) Hofsten, 1907
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Phaenocora typhlops ( Vejdovský, 1880) Hofsten, 1907  

(Figs 14 E 1, E 2, E 3, E 4, 16 A)

Derostoma typhlops Vejdovský 1880: 503   ; Lippitsch 1889: 164; Fuhrmann 1894: 278, 281; Vejdovský 1895: 113 –114, 119, 125, 127– 130, plate 5 Figs 38–40, plate 6 Fig. 44; Dorner 1902: 493; Sekera 1904: 440 –441, 443; Brinkmann 1906: 134, 136.

Derostoma   ? typhlops Graff 1882: 367   , 370.

Phaenocora typhlops Hofsten 1907: 550   ; Graff 1909: 93, 95, Fig. 191; Hofsten 1911: 38, 45; Graff 1913: 135, 145–156, Fig. 147; Luther 1918: 49; Nasonov 1919: 625, 634, 1043; Luther 1921: 4 –35, 37, TextFigs 1–14, plate 1 Figs 1–12 View FIGURE 1 ; Beklemischev 1921: 641, plate 1 Figs 10 a, 10 b; Nasonov 1926: 870; Beklemischev 1929: 534, 536–540, 542, 546, 550, 553; Gilbert 1935: 284 –286, 296–297, 302, 308, 312, 314–316, 318, 320, 325, 329, 331–332, 337, 340– 342, 346–349, 359 – 361, 363–365, 368 – 369, 377, TextFigs 3 Ga, 3 Gb, tables 1, 2; Beauchamp 1936: 149; Müller 1936: 254 –260; Gilbert 1937: 56 –57, 65– 68; Weise 1942: Fig. 71; Marcus 1946: 67 –68, 70– 73, 81, 166; Rixen 1961: 500 –501; Luther 1963: 127, 130–133, Fig. 43; Young 1970: 222 Fig. 4 F, table 1; Young 1973 a: 208 –210, 212, 219– 221 tables 1–2, 5; Young 1973 b: 637 –643; Young & Harris 1973: 85 –88; Mack-Fira 1974: 249, 262; Young 1974 b: 373; Young 1974 a: 719 –731; Eaton & Young 1975: 50–75; Young & Eaton 1975: 225–239; Young 1975: 251–262; Young & Young 1976: 101; Heitkamp 1982: 142 –143; Müller & Faubel 1993: 377 –379, 387, tables 1, 2; Korgina 2002: table 1, Noreña et al. 2008: 10 View Cited Treatment .

Phoenocora typhlops   (incorrect subsequent spelling) Cognetti de Martiis 1916: 224, 233.

Phaenocora typhlops   (incorrect subsequent spelling) Luther 1921: 30.

Phaenocora typhlops   ? Gamo & Noreña-Janssen 1998: table 1.

Phaenocora vjatkensis Nasonov 1919: 621   –622, 625, 633– 635, plate 1 Figs 11–13; Beklemischev 1921: 641; Stummer- Traunfels & Meixner 1930: 3396; Gilbert 1935: 284 –285, 346– 347, 359 –361, 368, 373, 377, TextFigs 3 Ha, 3 Hb, tables 1, 2; Gilbert 1937: 67; Marcus 1946: 72, 81, 166, Korgina 2002: table 1.

Known distribution: Widely distributed: many localities in Europe (also see Luther 1963 for localities and references): Bulychevo ( Russia) ( Nasonov 1919); United Kingdom and Ireland ( Young 1970), Crose Mere and The Mere, Ellesmere ( United Kingdom) ( Young 1973 b); Romania (see Mack-Fira 1974 for localities and references); Little Crosby, Lancashire ( United Kingdom) ( Young 1974 a; Young 1975); environment of Göttingen ( Germany) ( Heitkamp 1982); in the vicinity of Hamburg ( Germany); along the Elbe estuary (see Müller & Faubel 1993 for localities and references); upper Volga river basin ( Russia) ( Korgina 2002).

Asia: Siberia and Armenia (see Luther 1963 for localities and references); Lower Galilee ( Israel) temporal pools on Mount Kavus and Mount Shekhany ( Noreña et al. 2008) and a temporary, artificial pool in Hai Bar Carmel Nature Reserve ( Noreña et al. 2008).

Material examined: None.

Diagnosis: Animals up to 3 mm long. Visible eyes absent. Pigmentation appears brown-red or red-brown, sometimes hardly visible in case zoochlorellae are present. Male copulatory organ of the duplex-type IIIB. Spines of the penis papilla arranged into more or less irregular longitudinal rows. Spines of adjacent rows at the same level, forming transverse rows. Basal spines of the everted copulatory organ usually broader than those at its tip. Spines split at the base. Female genital system of the EVELINAE   - type. A long burso-intestinal duct; intestinal bursa and female genital canal present.

Remarks: Textfigure 3 E from Gilbert (1935) is not a reproduction of P. vjatkensis   (= P. typhlops   ) contrary to what is said in the legend (see also our notes on P. achaeorum   ).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Platyhelminthes

Class

Rhabditophora

Order

Rhabdocoela

Family

Typhloplanidae

Genus

Phaenocora

Loc

Phaenocora typhlops ( Vejdovský, 1880 ) Hofsten, 1907

Houben, Albrecht M., Steenkiste, Niels Van & Artois, Tom J. 2014
2014
Loc

Phaenocora typhlops

Luther 1921: 30
1921
Loc

Phaenocora vjatkensis

Marcus 1946: 72
Gilbert 1937: 67
Gilbert 1935: 284
Traunfels 1930: 3396
Beklemischev 1921: 641
Nasonov 1919: 621
1919
Loc

Phaenocora typhlops

Norena 2008: 10
Muller 1993: 377
Heitkamp 1982: 142
Young 1976: 101
Mack-Fira 1974: 249
Young 1974: 373
Young 1974: 719
Young 1973: 208
Young 1973: 637
Young 1973: 85
Young 1970: 222
Luther 1963: 127
Rixen 1961: 500
Marcus 1946: 67
Gilbert 1937: 56
Beauchamp 1936: 149
Muller 1936: 254
Gilbert 1935: 284
Beklemischev 1929: 534
Nasonov 1926: 870
Luther 1921: 4
Beklemischev 1921: 641
Nasonov 1919: 625
Luther 1918: 49
Graff 1913: 135
Hofsten 1911: 38
Graff 1909: 93
Hofsten 1907: 550
1907
Loc

Derostoma

Graff 1882: 367
1882
Loc

Derostoma typhlops Vejdovský 1880 : 503

Brinkmann 1906: 134
Sekera 1904: 440
Dorner 1902: 493
Vejdovsky 1895: 113
Fuhrmann 1894: 278
Lippitsch 1889: 164
Vejdovsky 1880: 503
1880