Ceradocus ramsayi ( Haswell, 1879a )

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: Amphipoda), Zootaxa 4115 (1), pp. 1-81: 17-19

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

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scientific name

Ceradocus ramsayi ( Haswell, 1879a )
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Ceradocus ramsayi ( Haswell, 1879a)  

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Melita   (?) ramsayi Haswell, 1879a: 264   , pl.10, fig. 1.

Moera ramsayi   .— Haswell, 1879b: 334.— Haswell, 1882: 253.

Moera rubromaculata   .— Haswell, 1885: 105, pl. 15, figs 5–12 (in part).

Maera rubromaculata   .— Stebbing 1888: 1008, pls 95A, 96B.

Ceradocus rubromaculatus   .— Della Valle, 1893: 720 (in part).— Stebbing, 1906: 431 (in part).— Hale, 1929: 213, fig. 210.— Sheard, 1937: 24 (in part).

Maera ramsayi   .— Stebbing, 1910a: 642.

Ceradocus rubromaculatus var. ramsayi   .— Chilton, 1923: 94, fig. 4. Ceradocus (Denticeradocus) ramsayi   .— Sheard, 1939: 283, fig. 3. Ceradocus ramsayi   .— J.L. Barnard, 1972a: 218, fig. 128.— Barnard & Barnard, 1983: 616.— Lowry & Stoddart, 2003: 176 (catalogue).— Krapp-Schickel & Vader, 2009: 2061 –2065 (key).

Material examined. New South Wales: 14 specimens, AM P.77192, west side of Box Head, Broken Bay (33°33′S 151°21′E), 15 m, sponges, 22 November 1982, coll. J.K. Lowry and R.T. Springthorpe ( NSW 165 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 5 specimens, AM P.78442, Park Beach Bommie, east of Coffs Harbour (30°17′42″S 153°12′E), 14 m, macroalga Ecklonia radiata   , encrusting sessile invertebrates and algae, 3 May 2005, coll. R.T. Springthorpe ( NSW 2837 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 1 specimen, AM P.77030, east of Red Head (32°03′17″S 152°33′14″E), 12.4 m, orange lacey bryozoan (cf Triphillozoon), 22 March 2003, coll. AM party ( NSW 2245 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 10 specimens, AM P.77106, sewage pipeline, Nelson Bay, Port Stephens (32°43′11″S 152°08′28″E), 8.9 m, yellow sponge, 15 March 2006, coll. C. Fraser ( NSW 3055 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 5 specimens, AM P.77093, 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 ( NSW 3038 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; many specimens, AM P.77104, sewage pipeline, Nelson Bay, Port Stephens (32°43′11″S 152°08′28″E), 8 m, sponges and rubble, 15 March 2006, coll. C. Arango, NSW 3053 View Materials GoogleMaps   ; no specimen count, AM P.22464, 1.5km south east of Long Bay (33°59′48″S 151°15′43″E), 29 m, 27 October 1972, coll. Australian Museum Shelf Benthic Survey GoogleMaps   ; 3 specimens, AM P.22463, east of North Head, Port Jackson (33°49′30″S 151°18′E), 30 m, 25 May 1972, coll. Australian Museum Shelf Benthic Survey GoogleMaps   ; 10 specimens, AM P.22462, east of North Head, Port Jackson (33°49′30″S 151°18′E), depth unknown, 20 September 1972, coll. Australian Museum Shelf Benthic Survey GoogleMaps   ; 3 specimens, AM P.22457, east of North Head, Port Jackson (33°49′S 151°20′E), 19 m, host sponge Holopsamma flavus   (originally as Halme gigantea   (h20002)), 19 February 1973, coll. AM Party GoogleMaps   ; 2 specimens, AM P.22456, east of North Head, Port Jackson (33°49′S 151°20′E), 19 m, 19 February 1973, coll. AM Party GoogleMaps   ; 2 specimens, AM P.22459, east of North Head, Port Jackson (33°49′S 151°20′E), 21 m, 27 February 1973, coll. Australian Museum Shelf Benthic Survey GoogleMaps   ; 1 specimen, AM P.78411, Chopper Rock , north-west of North West Solitary Island (30°00′30″S 153°15′22″E), 16 m, bryozoan Triphyllozoon   sp. on top of plate coral, hand collected on SCUBA, 29 April 2005, coll. S.J. Keable ( NSW 2766 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   .

Tasmania: many specimens, AM P.83556, Joes Bight, Freycinet Peninsula (42°16′42″S 148°18′42″E), 17 m, macroalga Ecklonia   sp. holdfasts, 1 May 1991, coll. S.J. Keable and R.T. Springthorpe (TAS 329). GoogleMaps  

Western Australia. 1 specimen, WAM C59003 View Materials , Long Reef , the Kimberley (13°55′17″S 125°43′57″E), 12 m, 19 October 2010, coll. Skipton Wooley, Woodside Kimberley Survey 2010 (43/K10-T4). GoogleMaps  

Type locality. Port Jackson , New South Wales (33°51′S 151°16′E). GoogleMaps  

Distribution. Australia. New South Wales: North West Solitary Island; Port Stephens; Broken Bay; Port Jackson; Red Head; Long Bay; Port Hacking; Eden; Twofold Bay; ( Haswell 1879a; Sheard 1939; J.L. Barnard 1972a; current study). Tasmania: Freycinet Peninsula (current study). Western Australia: Bunbury ( J.L. Barnard 1972a).

NSW

Royal Botanic Gardens, National Herbarium of New South Wales

WAM

Western Australian Museum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Malacostraca

Order

Amphipoda

Family

Melitidae

Genus

Ceradocus

Loc

Ceradocus ramsayi ( Haswell, 1879a )

Hughes, Lauren E. 2016
2016
Loc

Ceradocus rubromaculatus var. ramsayi

Krapp-Schickel 2009: 2061
Lowry 2003: 176
Barnard 1983: 616
Barnard 1972: 218
Sheard 1939: 283
Chilton 1923: 94
1923
Loc

Maera ramsayi

Stebbing 1910: 642
1910
Loc

Ceradocus rubromaculatus

Sheard 1937: 24
Hale 1929: 213
Stebbing 1906: 431
Della 1893: 720
1893
Loc

Maera rubromaculata

Stebbing 1888: 1008
1888
Loc

Moera rubromaculata

Haswell 1885: 105
1885
Loc

Melita

Haswell 1879: 264
1879
Loc

Moera ramsayi

Haswell 1882: 253
Haswell 1879: 334
1879