Linguimaera leo Krapp-Schickel, 2003

Hughes, Lauren E., 2016, New genera, species and records of Maeridae from Australian Waters: Austromaera, Ceradocus, Glossomaera, Hamimaera, Huonella gen. nov., Linguimaera and Maeraceterus gen. nov. (Crustacea: Amphi, Zootaxa 4115 (1), pp. 1-81: 58-60

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http://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4115.1.1

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Linguimaera leo Krapp-Schickel, 2003
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Linguimaera leo Krapp-Schickel, 2003 

( Fig. 48View FIGURE 48)

Maera mastersi  .— Barnard, 1972a: 226, fig. 132.

Linguimaera leo Krapp-Schickel, 2003: 272  , figs 10–12.— Krapp-Schickel, 2008: 22. not Megamoera mastersii Haswell, 1879b: 265  , pl. 11, fig. 1.

Material examined. Tasmania: 3 specimens, AM P.88457, Apollo Bay (43°10′S 147°18′E), depth unknown, 23 July 2001, coll. A. Davey ( CAMAbout CAM 67View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 2 specimens, AM P.88458, Simmonds Point (43°06′42″S 147°17′04″E), depth unknown, 29 January 1999, coll. A. DaveyGoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, AM P.88459, Sheppards Point (42°52′S 147°19′E), depth unknown, 7 January 1998, coll. A. Davey ( CAMAbout CAM 78View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 6 specimens, AM P.88456, East Lippies Point (43°22′S 147°03′E), depth unknown, 23 December 2004, coll. A. Davey ( CAMAbout CAM 67View Materials /78).GoogleMaps 

New South Wales: 2 specimens (1 male, 1 female), AM P.97875, east of Kangarutha Point , south of Tathra (36°44′56″S 149°59′04″E), 15.9 m, sediment under loose boulders in crevices between rocks, 2 April 2008, coll. S.J. Keable (MI NSWAbout NSW 3234View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, AM P.78422, north-west end of South Solitary Island (30°12′07″S 153°15′59″E) hand collected on SCUBA, 1 May 2005, coll. K.B. Attwood ( NSWAbout NSW 2803View Materials)GoogleMaps  .

South Australia: 10 specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C6716, Beachport (37°28′59″S 147°01′00″E), 9 February 1977, coll. W. Zeidler  and party; many specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C66752View Materials, western side of Whittlebee Point, east of Ceduna (32°19′59″S 133°11′59″E), 1–3m, 7 March 1993, coll. W. Zeidler  , K. L. Gowlett-Holmes and B. McHenryGoogleMaps  ; 4 specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C6751, western side of Whittlebee Point, east of Ceduna (32°19′59″S 133°11′59″E), depth unknown, 7 March 1993, coll. W. Zeidler  , K.L. Gowlett-Holmes and B. McHenryGoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, SAMAAbout SAMA C6493, east of Petrel cove, St Francis Island, Nuyts Archipelago , (32°30′06″S 133°17′23″E), rockpools, 29 January 1982, coll. W. Zeidler  and A. GackleGoogleMaps  ; 2 specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C6728, off southwest point, St Francis Island, Nuyts Archipelago (32°30′00″S 133°18′04″E), rocks and sand, 19 January 1982, coll. W. Zeidler  GoogleMaps  ; 4 specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C6505, southern side, north east point, Langton Island, Sir Joseph Banks group (34°35′30″S 136°15′15″E), under rocks in intertidal pools, 26 January 1985, coll. K Gowlett-Holmes and F. GowlettGoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, SAMAAbout SAMA C6587, Edithburgh Jetty, Yorke Peninsula (35°06′05″S 137°43′59″E), under rocks, 17 May 2006, coll. K. L. Gowlett-HolmesGoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, SAMAAbout SAMA C6492, Gleeson’s Landing, Yorke Peninsula (35°00′20″S 136°57′50″E), depth unknown, coll. T. CastleGoogleMaps  ; 4 specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C6494, extreme southern end of Pondalowie Bay, Yorke Peninsula (35°13′30″S 136°50′15″E), under rocks at low tide, 7 Novemer 1976, coll. W. Zeidler  and I.C. KowankoGoogleMaps  ; 5 specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C 6491, 20 km due west of Outer Harbour , Gulf St Vincent (34°46′47″S 138°28′50″E), 23–25 m, 18 April 1975, coll. J McPhalainGoogleMaps  ; 8 specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C 6713, 20 km west northwest of Outer Harbour , Gulf St Vincent (34°46′47″S 138°28′50″E), 22–25 m, 24 April 1975, coll. J McFarlaneGoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, SAMAAbout SAMA C6495, Point Turton (34°55′59″S 137°21′06″E), depth unknown, 11 October 1965; many specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C6496, near lighthouse, Robe (37°10′00″S 139°43′59″E), depth unknown, 10 February 1977, coll. W. Zeidler  GoogleMaps  ; 5 specimens, NMVAbout NMV J56953View Materials, Tiparra Bay, Tiparra Reef Coal Reef (34°04′00″S 137°23′00″E), 5 m, 15 March 1985, (SA 14)GoogleMaps  ; 2 specimens, NMVAbout NMV J56958View Materials, ″ The ″ Hotspot ″ reef, 5 nautical miles west of northern end of Flinders Island (33°40′30″S 134°22′00″E), 17 m, 19 April 1985 (SA 65).GoogleMaps 

Western Australia: 3 specimens, AM P.83302, Parmelia Bank , 1 mile west of Woodmans Point (32°08′05″S 115°43′14″E), 2–3 m, dead shells Dinna sp. with green alga Caulerpa  sp., 13 February 1972, coll. B.R. Wilson; many specimens, AM P. 79356, 1 km west of Red Bluff, Kalbarri (27°42′S 114°09′E), 18 m, macroalga Ecklonia  sp. bed, 9 January 1984, coll. J.K. Lowry (WA 454)GoogleMaps  ; 4 specimens, AM P. 79405, 1 km west of Red Bluff , Kalbarri (27°42′S 114°09′E), 18 m, macroalga Ecklonia  sp. holdfasts, 9 January 1984, coll. R.T. Springthorpe (WA 453)GoogleMaps  ; 12 specimens, AM P. 79412, 1 km west of Red Bluff , Kalbarri (27°42′S 114°09′E), 18 m, macroalga Ecklonia  sp. holdfasts, 9 January 1984, coll. R.T. Springthorpe (WA 453)GoogleMaps  ; 10 specimens, AM P.79358, rocks near Migo Island, Torbay Bay, Port Harding (35°04′S 117°39′E), 6–7 m, small branched alga with compound tunicate on underside of branches, 15 December 1983, coll. J.K. Lowry and R.T. Springthorpe (WA 152)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, NMVAbout NMV J56962View Materials, North Lumps , 2 km off Mullaloo (31°47′18″S 115°42′48″E), 6 m, 2 May 1986, ( SWAAbout SWA 107View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 3 specimens, NMVAbout NMV J56963View Materials, North Lumps , 2 km off Mullaloo (31°47′18″S 115°42′48″E), 7 m, 2 May 1986 ( SWAAbout SWA 113View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 3 specimens, NMVAbout NMV J56964View Materials, reef 500m offshore, Port Gregory (28°12′00″S 114°15′00″E), 2.0 m, 28 April 1986 ( SWAAbout SWA 101View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimens, NMVAbout NMV J56965View Materials, point at north end of Little Beach , Two Peoples Bay (34°58′12″S 118°10′48″E), 5 m, 18 April 1986, ( SWAAbout SWA 78View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimens, NMVAbout NMV J 56966View Materials, 1 km offshore Seven Mile Beach , North of Dongara (29°12′00″S 114°53′00″E), 9 m, 27 April 1986, ( SWAAbout SWA 97View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 5 specimens (3 male, 1 female), AM P. 97876, 8– 10 km off Semaphore , Gulf Saint Vincent, (34°52′S 138°20′E), 9 m, 1925, coll. H.M. Hale (6-7 of H.M. Hale).GoogleMaps 

Type locality. Prince George Light , Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia (38°6.3´S 144°44.25´E).GoogleMaps 

Distribution. New South Wales: Tathra, South Solitary Island (current study). Victoria: Port Phillip Bay, Western Port, Portland Bay ( Krapp-Schickel 2003). Tasmania: Apollo Bay; Simmonds Point; Sheppards Point; East Lippies (current study). South Australia: Robe; Wallaroo; Tiparra Bay; Flinders Island; Beachport; Gulf of St Vincent; Yorke Peninsula; Sir Joseph Banks Group; Nuyts Archipelago; Ceduna ( Krapp-Schickel 2003). Western Australia: Bunbury, Favourite Island, Point Peron; Mullaloo; Port Gregory; Two Peoples Bay ( J.L. Barnard 1972a; current study).

CAM

Central Australian Museum

NSW

Royal Botanic Gardens, National Herbarium of New South Wales

SAMA

South Australia Museum

NMV

Museum Victoria

SWA

Swansea Museum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Malacostraca

Order

Amphipoda

Family

Melitidae

Genus

Linguimaera

Loc

Linguimaera leo Krapp-Schickel, 2003

Hughes, Lauren E. 2016

2016
Loc

Linguimaera leo

Krapp-Schickel 2008: 22Krapp-Schickel 2003: 272Haswell 1879: 265

2008
Loc

Maera mastersi

Barnard 1972: 226

1972