Nomenclature, redescription, and new record from Okinawa of Cymbasoma moriiSekiguchi,1982 (Monstrilloida)

  title={Nomenclature, redescription, and new record from Okinawa of Cymbasoma moriiSekiguchi,1982 (Monstrilloida)},
  author={M. J. Grygier},
  • M. J. Grygier
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • Hydrobiologia
  • Haemocera morii Tokioka, 1949 was undiagnosed and thus unavailable. Sekiguchi's description in 1982 of a second female, as Cymbasoma morii, inadvertently validated the species name. Both specimens, from bays in Honshu, Japan, are deemed to be syntypes; Tokioka's is lost but Sekiguchi's is designated the lectotype and redescribed. Several more females collected over a fringing reef at Sesoko Island, Okinawa, are also described. Previously overlooked features include: cephalic ornamentation… CONTINUE READING
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