Samadinia mosaica (Whitelegge, 1900)

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: 42

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

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scientific name

Samadinia mosaica (Whitelegge, 1900)
status

new combination

Samadinia mosaica (Whitelegge, 1900)   , new combination:

Lectotype: male (13.0 × 9.4 mm) (AM P.15175), 9.5–13.5 km off Wattamolla , New South Wales, Australia, 34°12′30″S 151°13′E, coll. 13 March 1898 GoogleMaps   . Paralectotypes: 1 ovigerous female (11.1 × 7.8 mm) (AM G2331), stn 37, 3– 4 km off Botany Bay , New South Wales, Australia, 34°5′S 151°15′E, coll. 11 March 1898 GoogleMaps   . – 2 males (8.9 × 5.8 mm, 8.0 × 5.1 mm), 2 females (9.5 × 6.6 mm, 93 × 6.6 mm), 2 ovigerous females (9.5 × 6.6 mm, 8.3 × 5.4 mm) (AM G2332), 4–7.5 km off Wattamolla , New South Wales, Australia, 34°8′S 151°14′5, coll. 15 March 1898   . – 1 ovigerous female (7.1 × 4.9 mm) (AM G2333), 9–12 km off Cape Three Points, New South Wales, Australia, 33°32′S 151°32′30″E, coll. 25 February 1898 GoogleMaps   . – 1 male (6.8 × 4.5 mm), 4 females (9.7 × 7.0 mm, 9.6 × 6.6 mm, 7.0 × 5.5 mm, 6.1 × 4.0 mm) (AM G2335), 2–3 km off Port Hacking , New South Wales, Australia, 34°3′30″S 151°12′30″E, coll. 10 March 1898 GoogleMaps   . – 2 males (5.9 × 3.8 mm, 5.2 × 3.4 mm), 3 females (9.0 × 5.8 mm, 5.4 × 3.5 mm, 5.3 × 3.5 mm) (AM G2336), 3–4 km off Botany Bay , New South Wales, Australia, 34°5′S 151°15′E, coll. 11 March 1898 GoogleMaps   . – 1 male (11.0 × 7.8 mm), 1 female (10.0 × 7.1 mm) (AM G2344), stn S42, 9.5–13.5 km off Wattamolla , New South Wales, Australia, 34°12′30″S 151°13′E, coll. 13 March 1898 GoogleMaps   . Holotype of Doclea profunda Rathbun, 1918: 1   female (8.1 × 6.5 mm) (AM E.6279), South of Eucla , Great Australian Bight, Western Australia, Australia, 33°30′S 129°28′E GoogleMaps   .