Ceradocus serratus ( Bate, 1862 )

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: 24-28

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Ceradocus serratus ( Bate, 1862 )
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Ceradocus serratus ( Bate, 1862) 

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Megamaera serrata Bate, 1862: 226  , pl. 39, fig. 5.

Moera spinosa Haswell, 1879a: 268  , pl.10, fig. 5.— Haswell, 1882: 257.— Haswell, 1885: 105, figs 5–12 (part).

Ceradocus rubromaculatus  .— Della Valle, 1893: 720 (in part).— Stebbing, 1906: 431 (in part).

Maera spinosa  . Stebbing, 1910a: 642.

Ceradocus (Denticeradocus) serrata  .— Sheard, 1939: 285, figs 4, 5a–m.

Ceradocus serratus  .— J.L. Barnard, 1972a: 221, figs 130–131.— Ledoyer, 1979: 66, fig. 36.—Ledoyer, 1982: 440, fig. 165.— Barnard & Barnard, 1983: 616.— Lowry & Stoddart, 2003: 176 (catalogue).— Krapp-Schickel & Vader, 2009: 2061 –2065 (key).— Ren, 2012: 190, fig. 82.

Material examined. Christmas Island: 1 male specimen, 7.0 mm, dissected, 4 slides, AM P.92499, dive site ″ Million Dollar Bommie ″ (10°27′22″S 105°38′11″E), 12 m, coarse rubble, 18 October 2008, coll. J.K. Lowry (MI WA866); many specimens, AM P.81805, dive site ″ Million Dollar Bommie ″ (10°27′22″S 105°38′11″E), 12 m, coarse rubble, 18 October 2008, coll. J.K. Lowry (MI WA866)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen (damaged anterior half only), AM P.81806, dive site ″ Million Dollar Bommie ″ (10°27′22″S 105°38′11″E), 14 m, coral Acropora  sp. with tufted algae, sand and red algae, 18 October 2008, coll. J.K. Lowry and K.B. Attwood (MI WA 867)GoogleMaps  ; 1 female specimen, AM P.81807, Winnifred Beach (10°29′48″S 105°32′44″E), 12.3 m, sand, 21 October 2008, hand collected on SCUBA, coll. K.B. Attwood (MI WA 909).GoogleMaps 

Cocos (Keeling) Islands: 1 male specimen, 6.1 mm, dissected, 4 slides, AM P.92247, dive site ″ Cabbage Patch ″, near Horsburgh Island (12°05′45″S 96°50′32″E), 10 m, rubble, 11 October 2008, coll. J.K. Lowry (MI WA 826)GoogleMaps  ; 13 specimens, AM P.81810, dive site ″ Cabbage Patch ″, near Horsburgh Island (12°05′45″S 96°50′32″E), 10 m, rubble, 11 October 2008, coll. J.K. Lowry, (MI WA 826)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, AM P.81811, dive site ″ Manta Ray Corner ″, west of Direction Island (12°05′21″S 96°52′23″E), 13.6 m, coarse rubble, 8 October 2008, coll. L.E. Hughes and K.B. Attwood (MI WA 791)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, AM P.81809, off West Island Jetty (12°05′15″S 96°50′14″E), 1.5 m, rubble, 14 October 2008, coll. L.E. Hughes (MI WA 843).GoogleMaps 

New South Wales: 3 specimens, AM P.83391, Jervis Bay (35°06′49″S 150°44′39″E), 19.4 m, 25 June 2008, coll. Geoscience Australia and M. McArthur (GA0312/JB_23)GoogleMaps  ; 3 specimens, AM P.77081, north east side of Little Broughton Island, north east of Port Stephens (32°37′43″S 152°18′56″E), 16.8 m, under stones, 11 March 2006, coll. P.B. Berents ( NSWAbout NSW 2973View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 2 specimens, AM P.77097, sewage pipeline, Nelson Bay, Port Stephens (32°43′11″S 152°08′28″E), 10 m, mass of intertwined dead algae, 15 March 2006, coll. C. Fraser ( NSWAbout NSW 3042View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 8 specimens, AM P.77095, sewage pipeline, Nelson Bay, Port Stephens (32°43′11″S 152°08′28″E), 10.9 m, bottom growth, 15 March 2006, coll. K.B. Attwood ( NSWAbout NSW 3038View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, AM P.62904, north west side of Toomeree Headland, Port Stephens (32°42′07″S 152°10′31″E), 11 m, macroalga Ecklonia  sp. and mixed algae, 1 June 1998, coll. R.A. Evans ( NSWAbout NSW 1500View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, AM P.82943, north east of Port Stephens, south west side of Looking Glass Isle , Broughton Island (32°37′43″S 152°18′56″E), 16.3 m, hand collected on SCUBA, 13 March 2006, coll. R.T. Springthorpe (MI NSWAbout NSW 2983View Materials)GoogleMaps  .

Tasmania: 3 specimens, AM P.88451, Hobart (42°52′S 147°19′E), unknown depth, 17 March 2009, coll. A. DaveyGoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, AM P.88450, Burnie (41°04′S 145°54′E), unknown depth, 1 March 2005, coll. A. DaveyGoogleMaps  ; 2 specimens, AM P. 83568, 100 m north of Fleurieu Point, Freycinet Peninsula (42°10′S 148°15′E)GoogleMaps  , 10 m, coarse shell and sand, 30 April 1991, coll. S.J. Keable and R.T. Springthorpe (TAS 314); 3 specimens, AM P. 83569, 100 m north of Fleurieu Point, Freycinet Peninsula (42°10′S 148°15′E)GoogleMaps  , 10 m, green algae and some green alga Halophila  sp., 30 April 1991, coll. S.J. Keable and R.T. Springthorpe (TAS 322).

South Australia: 3 specimens, AM P.83469, American River Inlet, Muston Point , Kangaroo Island (35°47′S 137°46′E), 4–5 m, clumps of sponge in channel below wharf, 2 February 1979, coll. P.A. Hutchings (SA 56)GoogleMaps  ; 3 specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C6453, Corny Point (34°53′47″S 137°00′38″E), January 1926GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, SAMAAbout SAMA C6586, Edithburg 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 C6454, 20 km due west of Outer Harbour , Gulf of St Vincent (34°46′47″S 138°28′50″E), 23–25 m, 18 April 1975, coll. J McPhalain, (quadrant G2)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, SAMAAbout SAMA C6636, 20 km due west of Outer Harbour , Gulf of St Vincent (34°46′47″S 138°28′50″E), 23–25 m, 17 April 1975, coll. J. McPhalain, G6GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, SAMAAbout SAMA C6451, northwest point of Marum Island, Sir Joseph Banks Group (34°31′00″S 137°15′00″E), reef sand pockets and seagrass Posidonia  sp., 23 January 1986, coll. W. Zeidler  and K. Gowlett- Holmes; 10+ specimens, SAMAAbout SAMA C7865, west of Aldinga , Gulf of St Vincent (33°16′00″S 138°26′59″E), 38–41 m, in prawn trawl, 8 May 1987, coll. K.L. Gowlett-Homes and S. Corigliano, FV Rivoli QueenGoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, NMVAbout NMV J46912, Tiparra Reef, Tiparra Bay (34°04′00″S 137°23′00″E), 5 m, 15 March 1985 (SA 16).GoogleMaps 

Western Australia: 1 specimen, AM P.79850, off end of South Mole , Arthur Head, Fremantle (32°03′S 115°44′E), 6 m, spirorbid tube worms, 25 December 1983GoogleMaps  , coll. J.K. Lowry (WA 283); many specimens, AM P.79849, off end of South Mole , Arthur Head, Fremantle (32°03′S 115°44′E), 6 m, sponge, detritus, epizoic, green alga Caulerpa  sp., 25 December 1983GoogleMaps  , coll. J.K. Lowry (WA 287); 1 specimen, AM P. 79380, 500 m off Chinamans Rock , Kalbarri (27°42′S 114°09′E), 6 m, rocky bottom, curly brown plus coralline algae, 10 January 1984GoogleMaps  , coll. J.K. Lowry (WA 459); 1 specimen, AM P.79851, near Mistaken Island, Vancouver Peninsula , King George Sound (35°04′S 117°56′E), 6 m, seagrass, 13 December 1983GoogleMaps  , coll. R.T. Springthorpe (WA 121); 7 specimens, AM P.79312, rocks near Migo Island, Port Harding , Torbay Bay (35°04′S 117°39′E), 6–7 m, green alga Caulerpa  sp. and detritus, 15 December 1983GoogleMaps  , coll. J.K. Lowry (WA 144); 5 specimens, NMVAbout NMV J57178, North Lumps , 2 km off Mullaloo (31°47′18″S 115°42′48″E), 7 m, 2 May 1986 ( SWAAbout SWA 113View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, NMVAbout NMV J57169, Seven Mile Beach , North of Dongara (29°12′00″S 114°53′00″E), 22 April 1986, 1 m ( SWAAbout SWA 83View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, NMVAbout NMV J57177, North Lumps , 2 km off Mullaloo (31°47′18″S 115°42′48″E), 8 m, 2 May 1987 ( SWAAbout SWA 112View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, NMVAbout NMV J57168, Cliff Head , 30 km south of Dongara (29°32′00″S 114°59′00″E), 3 m, 22 April 1986 ( SWAAbout SWA 84View Materials)GoogleMaps  ; 1 specimen, NMVAbout NMV J57176 East of Wreck Rock (31°47′54″S 115°42′48″E), 3 m, 2 March 1986 ( SWAAbout SWA 115View Materials)GoogleMaps  .

Type locality. Flinders and Hummock Islands, Bass Strait.

Distribution. Indian Ocean, Cocos (Keeling) Islands; Christmas Island (current study). Australia. New South Wales: Split Solitary Island; Port Stephens; Port Jackson; Merimbula; Twofold Bay; Jervis Bay ( J.L. Barnard 1972a; current study). Victoria: Shoreham; Port Phillip Bay ( J.L. Barnard 1972a). Tasmania: Flinders and Hummock Islands, Bass Strait ( Bate, 1862). South Australia: Kangaroo Island; Spencer Gulf; Yorke Peninsula; Outer Harbour; Sir Joseph Banks Group; Tiparra (current study). Western Australia: Kalbarri; Fremantle; King George Sound; Torbay Bay, Dongara, Mullaloo (current study). Madagascar. ( Ledoyer 1979; 1982).

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

Ceradocus

Loc

Ceradocus serratus ( Bate, 1862 )

Hughes, Lauren E. 2016

2016
Loc

Ceradocus serratus

Ren 2012: 190
Krapp-Schickel 2009: 2061
Lowry 2003: 176
Barnard 1983: 616
Ledoyer 1979: 66
Barnard 1972: 221

1972
Loc

Ceradocus (Denticeradocus) serrata

Sheard 1939: 285

1939
Loc

Maera spinosa

Stebbing 1910: 642

1910
Loc

Ceradocus rubromaculatus

Stebbing 1906: 431
Della 1893: 720

1893
Loc

Moera spinosa

Haswell 1885: 105
Haswell 1882: 257Haswell 1879: 268

1882
Loc

Megamaera serrata

Bate 1862: 226