Naineris Blainville, 1828

Blake, James A., 2020, New species and records of deep-water Orbiniidae (Annelida, Polychaeta) from the Eastern Pacific continental slope, abyssal Pacific Ocean, and the South China Sea, Zootaxa 4730 (1), pp. 1-61 : 25

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4730.1.1

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Naineris Blainville, 1828
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Genus Naineris Blainville, 1828

Naineris Blainville, 1828 . Type-species: N. quadricuspida ( Fabricius, 1780) , by monotypy.

Synonyms:

Anthostoma Schmarda, 1861 . Preoccupied. Type-species: Anthostoma ramosum Schmarda, 1861 (= Naineris laevigata ), designated by Pettibone (1957).

Lacydes Kinberg, 1866 . Preoccupied. Type-species: Lacydes havaicus Kinberg, 1866 (= Naineris laevigata ), by monotypy. Polynaineris Pettibone, 1957 . Type-species: Naineris laevigata ( Grube, 1855) , by original designation.

Variant spellings. Naidonereis Malmgren, 1867 ; Nainereis Mesnil & Caullery, 1898 ; Naidoneris Webster & Benedict, 1887 .

Diagnosis. Prostomium rounded or truncate on anterior margin. Peristomium with one or two achaetous rings. Thorax with 12–30 or more segments; branchiae first present from setiger 2–23. Thoracic neuropodia with 0–2 postsetal lobes; no subpodial lobes. Thoracic neurosetae include capillaries, or capillaries mixed with blunt-tipped uncini, sometimes hooded, or uncini and subuluncini. Abdominal setae include capillaries and sometimes furcate setae in notopodia and capillaries and imbedded or protruding aciculae in neuropodia. Paired dorsal sensory organs present in some species.

Remarks. There are few species of Naineris known from the eastern Pacific. The most common is N. dendritica ( Kinberg, 1867) , which ranges from Alaska to southern California and occurs in intertidal and shallow subtidal sedi- ments ( Hartman 1957; Blake 1996; Blake & Ruff 2007). Naineris cf. grubei ( Gravier, 1908) was reported by Blake (1996) based on juveniles discovered in the Santa Maria Basin. However, it is likely that those specimens were actually juveniles of Naineris uncinata Hartman, 1957 . In the present study, specimens of N. uncinata were identified from gas hydrate and seep sediments off Oregon at the Cascadia Subduction Zone.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Annelida

Class

Polychaeta

Family

Orbiniidae

Loc

Naineris Blainville, 1828

Blake, James A. 2020
2020
Loc

Polynaineris

Pettibone 1957
1957
Loc

Nainereis

Mesnil & Caullery 1898
1898
Loc

Naidoneris

Webster & Benedict 1887
1887
Loc

Naidonereis

Malmgren 1867
1867
Loc

Lacydes

Kinberg 1866
1866
Loc

Lacydes havaicus

Kinberg 1866
1866
Loc

Anthostoma

Schmarda 1861
1861
Loc

Anthostoma ramosum

Schmarda 1861
1861
Loc

Naineris

Blainville 1828
1828