Thaumastocaris streptopus Kemp, 1922, Kemp, 1922

Li, Xinzheng, Cleva, Régis & Poupin, Joseph, 2012, Report on some caridean shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda) from Mayotte, southwest Indian Ocean, Zootaxa 3162, pp. 1-30: 25-26

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.246311

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5227102

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scientific name

Thaumastocaris streptopus Kemp, 1922
status

 

Thaumastocaris streptopus Kemp, 1922  

(fig. 16)

Thaumastocaris streptopus Kemp, 1922: 244   , figs. 78–80. — Li, 2000: 286, fig. 380. — Debelius, 2001: 193, unnumbered photo. — Bruce, 2005: 372; 2007: 124. — Li and Bruce, 2006: 727 View Cited Treatment . — Marin and Savinkin, 2007: 193, fig. 92 B (colour).

Material examined. St 14, 09/ 11 /2009, 10h– 12 h, La Prudente bank, 12 ° 38 ' 50.68 "S, 44 ° 58 ' 41.93 "E, coll. KUW fieldwork, scuba diving 15–17 m, sediment suction pump, sandy bottom, coral boulders, 1 male (LC 3.0 mm, LT 16.5 mm), with sponge, (first pereiopods similar and equal, carpus 3 segments, merus 2 segments) MNHN-Na 17566.

Colouration (fig. 16). Colouration of the specimen agrees with Debelius (2001) and Marin and Savinkin (2007), with body transparent.

Distribution. Type locality Noumea, New Caledonia. Also known from Jordan, Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, Zanzibar, Tanzania, Madagascar, Philippines, Indonesia, Australia (Queensland), Caroline Islands, Chesterfield Islands, New Caledonia, Marshall Islands.

Remarks. The only male specimen agrees well with the previous descriptions and illustrations. The species was not previously recorded from Mayotte with certainty.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Malacostraca

Order

Decapoda

Family

Palaemonidae

Genus

Thaumastocaris

Loc

Thaumastocaris streptopus Kemp, 1922

Li, Xinzheng, Cleva, Régis & Poupin, Joseph 2012
2012
Loc

Thaumastocaris streptopus

Marin 2007: 193
Li 2006: 727
Bruce 2005: 372
Debelius 2001: 193
Li 2000: 286
Kemp 1922: 244
1922