polyphemus, Collotheca

Author: 
Harring
Reference: 

Report on Rotatoria from Panama with description of new species. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 47: 525-564, pl.16-24

Relevant Pages: 

p.555, pl.17, fig.4

Year: 
1914

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Submitted by c_hussey on

polyphema in original publication

Source checked: Volume in Library of Natural History Museum, London

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Submitted by jersabek on

mandatory change of incorrect original spelling 'polyphema' (noun in apposition: Pŏlyphēmus (-os ), i, m., = Πολύφημος. I. The one-eyed Cyclops in Sicily- II. One of the Argonauts). There is no etymology given in the orig. publ. nor are there any hints otherwise in the description

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