Thalassocaris crinita (Dana, 1852), Dana, 1852

Li, Xinzheng, Cleva, Régis & Poupin, Joseph, 2012, Report on some caridean shrimps (Crustacea: Decapoda) from Mayotte, southwest Indian Ocean, Zootaxa 3162, pp. 1-30: 27

publication ID

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

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5227106

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scientific name

Thalassocaris crinita (Dana, 1852)
status

 

Thalassocaris crinita (Dana, 1852)  

Regulus crinitus Dana, 1852 b: 27   .

Thalassocaris crinitus   — Balss, 1914: 28.

Thalassocaris crinita   — De Man, 1920: 95, 100, pl. IX: figs. 22 – 22 o, pl. X: figs. 23 – 23 c. — Kemp, 1925: 283. — Chace, 1955: 13, fig. 6; 1985: 7, figs. 3–5. — Menon and Williamson, 1971: 29, figs. 1 b, 3, 5b, 6 c, d, 10 a, b, 11 j–r, 13. — De Grave, 2001: 49. — Li and Komai, 2003: 258. — Li, 2006: 362.

Material examined. St 20 b, 12 / 11 /2009, 9h– 12 h, islet M'tzamboro, 12 ° 39 ' 30.18 "S, 45 ° 0' 42.76 "E, coll. KUW fieldwork, scuba diving 10–15 m, collapsed edge reef, sandy slope pronounced, 1 ovigerous female (LC 4.3 mm), MNHN-Na 16057.

Distribution. Type locality Sulu Sea. Also known from Red Sea, Indian Ocean to Indonesia, Philippines, South China Sea (Nansha Islands), Japan, Marshall Islands.

Remarks. The only ovigerous female specimen agrees well with the previous descriptions and illustrations, it was collected with 2 ovigerous females of Cuapetes nilandensis ( Borradaile, 1915)   (MNHN-Na 16058) at Station 20 b. The species was not previously recorded from Mayotte with certainty.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Malacostraca

Order

Decapoda

Family

Thalassocarididae

Genus

Thalassocaris

Loc

Thalassocaris crinita (Dana, 1852)

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

Thalassocaris crinita

Li 2003: 258
De 2001: 49
Menon 1971: 29
Chace 1955: 13
De 1920: 95
1920
Loc

Thalassocaris crinitus

Balss 1914: 28
1914
Loc

Regulus crinitus

Dana 1852: 27
1852