Hamimaera hamigera ( Haswell, 1879b )

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: 32-33

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

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Hamimaera hamigera ( Haswell, 1879b )
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Hamimaera hamigera ( Haswell, 1879b)  

Moera hamigera Haswell, 1879b: 333   , pl. 21, fig. 1.

Maera hamigera   .— Stebbing, 1888: 1790.— Della Valle, 1893: 723.— Stebbing 1906: 437.— Barnard & Barnard, 1983: 623.—? Ren, 2012: 240 –242, fig. 104.

Linguimaera hamigera   .— Lowry & Springthorpe, 2005: 249 –252, figs. 11–13.

Hamimaera hamigera   .— Krapp-Schickel, 2008: 29 –30, fig. 27.

not Maera hamigera   .— Walker 1909: 335, pl. 43, fig. 5, pl. 3.— Karaman & Ruffo, 1971: 152, figs 21–23.— Lyons & Myers, 1993: 587, fig. 10. (= L. caesaris Krapp-Schickel, 2003   )

not Maera hamigera   .— Stebbing 1910a: 600.— K.H. Barnard, 1916: 196, pl. 27, figs 11–12.— Chilton, 1921: 73.— J.L. Barnard, 1965: 507, fig. 16 (in part).— Ledoyer, 1983: 523, figs 196–197.— Karaman, 1982: 312, fig. 211.— Myers, 1997: 109.— Appadoo, Myers & Fagoonee, 2002: 664 View Cited Treatment –668, figs 14–16.

Material examined. New South Wales: 2 specimens, AM P.77036, Surgeons Reef , north of North West Solitary Island (30°00′27″S 153°16′13″E), 10–11 m, orange sponge, 30 April 2005, coll. P.B. Berents ( NSW 2790 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 3 specimens, AM P.77035, Chopper Rock , northwest of North West Solitary Island (30°00′30″S 153°15′22″E), 17 m, ascidian Herdmania momus   , 29 April 2005, coll. S.J. Keable ( NSW 2778 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 3 specimens, AM P.77009, Black Rocks , south of Smoky Cape (30°56′59″S 153°04′29″E), 10.3 m, reef rock encrusted with red and green algal turf, 10 February 2002, coll. S.J. Keable ( NSW 1814 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 6 specimens, AM P.77012, Black Rock , south of Smoky Cape (30°56′58″S 153°04′32″E), 10 m, reef rock, 13 February 2002, coll. S.J. Keable ( NSW 1867 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 1 specimen, AM P.77021, north west corner of Green Island, north of Smoky Cape (30°54′41″S 153°05′18″E), 8–10 m, ascidians covered with algae and encrustations, 15 February 2002, coll. R.T. Springthorpe ( NSW 1923 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 2 specimens, AM P.77016, northwest corner of Green Island, north of Smoky Cape (30°54′41″S 153°05′18″E), 11 m, tunicates and sponge, 15 February 2002, coll. S.J. Keable ( NSW 1914 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 2 juvenile specimens, AM P.97858, north west corner of Green Island, north of Smoky Cape (30°54′40″S 153°5′18″E) 7.3m, airlift, 15 February 2002, coll. Kate Attwood ( NSW 1921 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 6 specimens, AM P.77074, southwest side of Boondelbah Island, east of Port Stephens (32°42′30″S 152°13′32″E), 20 m, under stones, 10 March 2006, coll. R.T. Springthorpe ( NSW 2914 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 3 specimens, AM P.77082, northeast side of Little Broughton Island, northeast of Port Stephens (32°37′05″S 152°20′06″E), 17 m, rock reef with gutters and sand patches, macroalga Ecklonia   sp. holdfasts, 11 March 2006, coll. R.T. Springthorpe ( NSW 2940 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 1 specimen, AM P.77101, sewage pipeline, Nelson Bay, Port Stephens (32°43′11″S 152°08′28″E), 10 m, hydroids on rubble, 15 March 2006, coll. K.B. Attwood ( NSW 3052 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 3 specimens, AM P.36639, Twofold Bay, Quarantine Bay (37°04′42″S 149°53′E), 2 m, seagrass Posidonia   sp., airlift, 9 October 1984, coll. S.J. Keable and J.T. van der Velde (Q6, Q8) GoogleMaps   ; 19 specimens, AM P.77029, Diamond Reef, south-east of Hallidays Point (32°05′26″S 152°33′05″E), 17 m, brown-green sponge, 21 March 2003, coll. P.B. Berents, S.J. Keable and R.T. Johnson ( NSW 2243 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 11 specimens, AM P.77031, east of Red Head (32°03′17″S 152°33′14″E), 12.4 m, orange lacy bryozoan, 22 March 2003, coll. AM party ( NSW 2245 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 2 specimens, AM P.77033, east of Red Head (32°03′17″S 152°33′14″E), 9.5 m, brown convoluted sponge, 22 March 2003, coll. P.B. Berents, S.J. Keable and R.T. Johnson ( NSW 2260 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 1 male specimen, AM P.97859, Bare Island, Botany Bay (33°59′S 151°13′E), 3–7 m, macroalga Ecklonia radiata   kelp holdfast, 18 March 2011, coll. K.B. Attwood and L.E. Hughes (MI NSW 4014 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   ; 1 male specimen, AM P.77626, south of Baronda Head, north of Tathra (36°41′12″S 149°59′53″E), 12 m, on yellow sponge, 5 April 2008, coll. R.T. Springthorpe (MI NSW 3275 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   .

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

Distribution. New South Wales: Smoky Cape; Coffs Harbour; Solitary Islands; Port Stephens; Hallidays Point; Red Head; Port Jackson Wattamolla; Munganno Point; Bare Island; Twofold Bay; Tathra (Haswell 1879; Lowry & Springthorpe 2005; current study). Tasmania: eastern slope of Bass Strait ( Lowry & Springthorpe 2005).

NSW

Royal Botanic Gardens, National Herbarium of New South Wales

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Malacostraca

Order

Amphipoda

Family

Maeridae

Genus

Hamimaera

Loc

Hamimaera hamigera ( Haswell, 1879b )

Hughes, Lauren E. 2016
2016
Loc

Hamimaera hamigera

Krapp-Schickel 2008: 29
2008
Loc

Linguimaera hamigera

Lowry 2005: 249
2005
Loc

Maera hamigera

Appadoo 2002: 664
Myers 1997: 109
Ledoyer 1983: 523
Karaman 1982: 312
Barnard 1965: 507
Chilton 1921: 73
Barnard 1916: 196
Stebbing 1910: 600
1910
Loc

Maera hamigera

Lyons 1993: 587
Karaman 1971: 152
Walker 1909: 335
1909
Loc

Maera hamigera

Ren 2012: 240
Barnard 1983: 623
Stebbing 1906: 437
Della 1893: 723
Stebbing 1888: 1790
1888
Loc

Moera hamigera

Haswell 1879: 333
1879