Turbellarian taxonomic database

Catenula lemnae


Duges A 1832 (citation)- p 198-205 description, definition p 205.
Leydig F 1854 (citation)- description of Derostoma catenula mihi p 286.
Diesing KM 1862 (citation)- list p 238 with Derostoma catenula a synonym, no definition. 
Graff L v 1882 (citation)- lists as Stenostomum lemnae- was Catenula.
Zacharias O 1885 (citation)- on anatomy of this specis, in Graff 1904-8 #490.
Graff L v 1904-08 (citation)-
Brinkmann A 1905 (citation)- note on.
Mrazek A 1906 (citation)- long description of in Prague, etc.
Plotnikov V 1906 (citation)- listed from Siberia.
Luther A 1907 (citation)- lists Catenula heteroclita (lemnae Duges).
Hofsten N v 1907 (citation)- lists from Sweden.
Graff L v 1909 (citation)- description and illustration.
Graff L v 1911 (citation)- Leidy's Anortha gracilis = Catenula lemnae.
Sekera E 1911 (citation)- in discussion p 10-11.
Wilhelmi J 1913 (citation)- outline with illustration p 23, also p 67.
Meixner J 1915 (citation)- reports from Austria.
Luther A 1918 (citation)- records from Finland.
Nasonov NV 1919 (citation)- note on in Russian and illustration of entire animal and plate.
Nasonov NV 1926 (citation)- note on in Leningrad.
Steinbock O 1926 (citation)- lists this species as characteristic of temporary ponds and of sphagnum.
Okugawa KI 1930 (citation)- lists from Japan.
Steinbock O 1931 (citation)- reference and distribution p 2; ecology of p 23.  Says occurence in North America
	doubtful.  From Faroes.

Gieysztor M 1931 (citation)- reports from Spain p 128, on distribution p 147, 149.	
Bresslau E 1933 (citation)- p 56, figure 25,2- elongated whitish- 1 animal to 1 mm, 2-4 together to 8 mm, 
	seldom in ponds or moor water; also figure p 228, 231 of anterior end infected with parasitic 
	flagellates.

Southern R 1936 (citation)- reports in Ireland.
Nuttycombe JW, Waters AJ 1938 (citation)- p 215 as by Graff 1882.
Gieysztor M, Szynal E 1939 (citation)- from Carpathia.
Marcus E 1945 (citation)- says distribution is Northern South America, all of Europe, Siberia, etc.  Also
	on details of cilia p 6, etc.  Many details of physiology, histology and behavior p 57-58.

Marcus E 1945 (citation)- references and synonym literature- records from Brazil, description and figures.
Marcus E 1949 (citation)- p 16 mentions.
Marcus E 1950 (citation)- mentions p 71.
Hyman LH 1951 (citation)- vol 2, illustration of entire animal, statocyst but no ciliated pits.	
Marcus E 1951 (citation)- notes degeneration of organs in advanced female.	
Nuttycombe JW 1956 (citation)- complete description of species, etc.  Diagnosis- "Rugose and balustratde in
	appearance, width of cephalic region approximately one-half the length; cephalic region approximately
	one-half the length of the first zooid; protonephridium not readily obvious; large in size; chains of
	from 1 to 49 zooids have been observed."

Luther A 1960 (citation)- description and illustration and synonyms, etc.  Good.
Rixen J-U 1961 (citation)- distribution and ecology.
Bedini C, Papi F 1974 (citation)- on fine structure of epidermis in.
Mack-Fira V 1974 (citation)- reports on in Black Sea and geographic distribution of.
Kenk R 1974 (citation)- p 48 lists Planaria heteroclita Fabricus 1826.
Moraczewski J, Czubaj A, Bakowska J 1977 (citation)- neurosecretory cells, ultrastructure in-
Moraczewski J, Czubaj A, Kwiatkowska J 1977 (citation)- neurosecretory cells and brain structure.
Kolasa J 1982 (citation)- evolution of interstitial microturbellaria, in table p 407.
Kolasa J, Strayer D, Bannon-O'Donnell E 1987 (citation)- reports from interstitial waters in New York State,
USA.


Moraczewski J 1981 (citation)- "The fine structure of some Catenulida (Turbellaria Archoophora)."  Species
included in the study were Catenula leptocephala and Catenula lemnae.

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Notes from synonyms