Samadinia pulchra (Miers, 1886) Yan & Lee & Forges & Ng, 2021

Yan, Bee, Lee, Forges, Bertrand Richer De & Ng, Peter K. L., 2021, The generic affinities of the Indo-West Pacific species assigned to Rochinia A. Milne-Edwards, 1875 (Crustacea: Brachyura: Majoidea: Epialtidae), Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 69, pp. 19-44: 43

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.26107/RBZ-2021-0004

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/795B1368-EA64-FFF9-EAAF-C7630F66F982

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scientific name

Samadinia pulchra (Miers, 1886)
status

new combination

Samadinia pulchra (Miers, 1886)   , new combination:

Holotype: male (19.3 × 13.0 mm) (NHM 1884.31), Philippines, coll. CHALLENGER. Other material: Philippines: 1 female (16.2 × 11.2 mm) (AM P90365 View Materials ), stn CP2358, Balicasag Island , Bohol, 8°52.1′N 123°37.1′E, 569–583 m, coll. PANGLAO 2005 Expedition, 26 May 2005 GoogleMaps   . – 1 ovigerous female (19.9 × 13.3 mm) (USNM 49492), stn 5528, northern Mindanao , coll. 11 August 1909   . – 1 male (13.3 × 8.0 mm) (ZRC 2011.1059), stn CP2678, 18°47.49′N 123°08.26′E, 507–540 m, coll. AURORA 2007 Expedition, 23 May 2007 GoogleMaps   . – 1 male (16.5 × 10.5 mm), 2 females (12.4 × 7.7 mm, 11.6 × 7.2 mm) (ZRC 2011.1052), stn CC2745, Luzon , 15°59.07′N 121°49.22′E, 496– 364 m, coll. AURORA 2007 Expedition, 2 June 2007 GoogleMaps   . – 1 damaged male, 1 ovigerous female (15.7 × 9.6 mm) (ZRC 2011.1049), stn CP2658,

15°58.03′N 121°49.11′E, 422–431 m, coll. AURORA 2007 Expedition, 20 May 2007. – 1 male (12.5 × 7.5 mm), 1 ovigerous female (12.2 × 7.6 mm), 4 females (15.6 × 9.8 mm, 13.0 × 8.0 mm, 12.7 × 7.7 mm, 11.5 × 6.9 mm) (ZRC 2011.1053), stn CP2659, Luzon GoogleMaps   , 15°56.41′N 121°48.88′E, 460–480 m, coll. AURORA 2007 Expedition, 20 May 2007. – 1 ovigerous female (14.9 × 9.8 mm) (ZRC 2013.0629), stn CP 2708, 309 m, coll. AURORA 2007 Expedition, 28 May 2007. – 2 females (12.9 × 8.0 mm, 12.2 × 7.9 mm) (ZRC 2013.0623), stn CP2358, Bohol-Sulu Sea Sills , coll. PANGLAO 2005 Expedition , 26 May 2005. – 1 male (17.7 × 11.7 mm), 1 female (15.0 × 9.4 mm) (ZRC 2011.1043), stn CC2746, 191– 218 m, coll. AURORA 2007 Expedition , 2 June 2007. Japan: 3 males (17.6 × 11.3 mm, 16.3 × 10.6 mm, 15.9 × 9.9 mm), 2 females (19.0 × 12.2 mm, 18.8 × 12.5 mm) (USNM 120721), Tosa Bay , Shikoku Island , coll. T Sakai & K Sakai, February 1966. – 6 males (21.1 × 14.1 mm, 17.9 × 11.7 mm, 17.7 × 11.7 mm, 13.9 × 9.2 mm), 2 ovigerous females (17.8 × 12.2 mm, 17.5 × 11.6 mm), 1 female (18.3 × 12.9 mm) (NSMT-Cr 13615), Tosa Bay , 440–460 m, coll. Kotaka Mara, 24 August 2000. – 1 male (19.0 × 12.3 mm), 1 ovigerous female (17. 3 × 11.2 mm) (SMF Uncat.), off Kii, 250–350 m, coll. S Nagai, November 1993. – 4 ovigerous females (17.3 × 11.2 mm, 16.2 × 11.1 mm, 16.1 × 10.7 mm, 15.0 × 10.2 mm) (SMF Uncat.), Tosa Bay , coll. K Sakai, 1995. – 1 male (16.0 × 10.4 mm), 1 ovigerous female (15.3 × 10.2 mm) (SMF Uncat.), TS00433, Haritsunogani, Tosa Bay , coll. K Sakai. – 1 ovigerous female (14.1 × 9.0 mm), 1 female with Sacculina   (13.1 × 8.8 mm) (SMF Uncat.), Mimase, Kochi, coll. 10 March 1988. South China Sea: 1 male (21.0 × 14.2 mm) (ZRC), CP4155, northeast of Zhongsha GoogleMaps   , 16°13.60′N 115°01.61′E to 16°11.21′N 114°59.77′E, 526– 510 m, coll. ZHONGSHA 2015 Expedition, 28 July 2015. – 3 males (17.8 × 11.6 mm, 14.9 × 9.2 mm, 14.5 × 9.7 mm), 2 females (17.4 × 11.0 mm, 10.5 × 6.3 mm), 6 ovigerous females (17.4 × 11.5 mm, 17.0 × 11.0 mm, 14.7 × 9.4 mm, 13.9 × 8.8 mm) (ZRC), stn CP4155, northeast of Zhongsha GoogleMaps   , 16°13.60′N 115°01.61′E to 16°11.21′N 114°59.77′E, 526– 510 m, coll. ZHONGSHA 2015 Expedition, 28 July 2015. – 5 males (21.2 × 14.3 mm, 17.2 × 10.4 mm, 17.1 × 11.6 mm, 16.7 × 10.9 mm, 13.9 × 8.5 mm) (ZRC), stn CP4156, northeast of Zhongsha , 511– 510 m GoogleMaps   , 16°09.80′N 114°58.73′E to 16°12.19′N 115°00.53′E, coll. ZHONGSHA 2015 Expedition , 28 July 2015 GoogleMaps   .