Pasiphaea barnardi (Yaldwyn, 1971)

D'Acoz, Cédric D'Udekem & Degrave, Sammy, 2018, A new genus and species of large-bodied caridean shrimp from the Crozet Islands, Southern Ocean (Crustacea, Decapoda, Lipkiidae) with a checklist of Antarctic and sub-Antarctic shrimps, Zootaxa 4392 (2), pp. 201-240: 220

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4392.2.1

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lsid:zoobank.org:pub:70AE1E81-9C00-484A-97D3-EF72F409C14E

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scientific name

Pasiphaea barnardi (Yaldwyn, 1971)
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Pasiphaea barnardi (Yaldwyn, 1971) 

A relatively rare but widely distributed mesopelagic species of temperate waters in the Southern Hemisphere ( Hayashi 2006), found in the sub-Antarctic AOI near the Falkland Islands: 52°05'S, 57°02'W at 980– 960 m (Burukovsky 1978), in the fjords of southern Chile ( Guzmán 2014), sub-Antarctic and Antarctic waters (just south of the Antarctic Polar Front) south of Australia and New Zealand ( Wasmer 1993; Basher & Costello 2014 as P. berentsae  ), and on the Campbell Plateau ( Webber et al. 1990; Hayashi 2006). Synonym: Pasiphaea berentsae Kensley, Tranter & Griffin, 1987  .