CATALOG OF ORIGINAL DESCRIPTIONS: Acanthobotrys Popofsky 1913

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Acanthobotrys multispina Popofsky 1913
= Acanthobotrys multispina

Acanthobotrys

Citation: Acanthobotrys Popofsky 1913
Rank: genus
Type species: Acanthobotrys multispina Popofsky 1913 (monotypic)
Described on page(s) : 314
Family (traditional): Pterocorythidae

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Current identification/main database link: Acanthobotrys Popofsky 1913


Original Description
Acrobotrusidae mit zwei (?) oder mehrfach geteiltem Kopf und vielen Stacheln. Außer den Urstacheln, von denen wahrscheinlich A, D, Lr, Ll, V vorhanden sind und frei ausstrahlen, sind auf der außeren Schale noch sekundare Stacheln angebracht.


Translation: Acrobotrusidae with a cephalis divided into two or more parts, and numerous spines. In addition to the main spine from which A, D, Lr, Ll, V are freely outgrowing, there are other secondary spines on the surface of the shell. Translation by J.P.C.]]

Description of the new family Acrobotrusidae]

Botryodee, deren Stacheln oder Tuben als Grundlage den Stephanium (Verticillata-) Typ (Textfig. 2), d. h. ein Stachelgerüst mit Mittelbalken und den Stacheln A, D, Lr, Ll, V, Vert und Ring haben. Von diesen Tuben können einer, mehrere oder alle rückgebildet werden.

Botryoids with spines or tubes organised as the Stephanium (Verticillata-) type, i. e. a construction spicule] with median bar and spines A, D, Lr, Ll, V, Vert, and a ring. From this construction spicule] tubes (one, many, or all) may be growing back.]

Etymology: No information given"

References:

Popofsky, A (1913). Die Nassellarien des Warmwassergebietes. Deutsche Sudpolar-Expedition 1901-1903, Zoologie. 13(6): 216-416. gs


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