Linguimaera tias Krapp-Schickel, 2003

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: 71

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

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http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5306725

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Linguimaera tias Krapp-Schickel, 2003
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Linguimaera tias Krapp-Schickel, 2003  

( Fig. 59 View FIGURE 59 )

Maera mastersi   .— Barnard, 1972b: 108, figs 55–56.— Sheard, 1936: 177, fig. 3.— Sheard, 1937: 24.

Maera mastersii   .— Hale, 1929: 215, fig. 213.— Chilton, 1916: 367.— Chilton, 1925: 317.— Hurley, 1954: 603.— Lowry & Fenwick, 1983: 236.

Linguimaera tias Krapp-Schickel, 2003: 277   , figs 13–15.— Lowry & Springthorpe, 2005: 238, 247.— Krapp-Schickel, 2008: 22.

? Moera mastersi   .— Chilton, 1911: 564.— Chilton, 1921: 72.

not Megamoera mastersii Haswell, 1879b: 265   , pl. 1, fig. 1.

Material examined. New South Wales: 1 specimen, AM P.97880, east of Bermagui (36°26′S 150°14′06″E), 119– 122 m, 5 September 1994, benthic sled, coll. P.B. Berents, RV Southern Surveyor (SS05/94/155) GoogleMaps   ; 1 specimen, AM P.62906, Black Rock , south of Smoky Cape (30°56′58″S 153°04′32″E), 13 m, under stones, airlift on SCUBA, 13 February 2002, coll. R.T. Springthorpe ( NSW 1870 View Materials ) GoogleMaps   .

South Australia: 2 specimens, SAMA C6504, northern side of Point Ellen Reef , Vivonne Bay, Kangaroo Island (35°59′13″S 137°12′25″E), 2.5 –7.5 m, boulders, sand, 26 January 1989, coll. W. Zeidler   and K. Gowlett- Holmes GoogleMaps   ; 2 specimens, SAMA C6503, Headland near Chinaman’s Hat Island, Yorke Peninsula (35°17′19″S 136°55′04″E), just below low water mark, 6 November 1976, coll. W. Zeidler   and I.C. Kowanko GoogleMaps   ; 6 specimens, SAMA C7866, western side of Whittlebee Point , east of Ceduna (32°19′59″S 133°11′59″E), depth unknown, 7 March 1993, coll. W. Zeidler   , K. L. Gowlett-Holmes and B. McHenry GoogleMaps   .

Western Australia: 4 specimens, AM P.79363, reef west of groyne, 2 km south of Cape Peron (32°16′S 115°41′E), 6 m, deep channels in limestone reef, sponges, gorgonaceans from cave in reef, 26 December 1983, coll. J.K. Lowry (WA 295) GoogleMaps   ; 13 specimens, AM P.79415, near Mistaken Island, Vancouver Peninsula , King George Sound (35°04′S 117°56′E), 6 m, seagrass, 13 December 1983, coll. R.T. Springthorpe (WA 121) GoogleMaps   ; 4 specimens, AM P.79468, Bramble Point , Princess Royal Harbour, Albany (35°03′S 117°53′E), 1.5 m, seagrass Poisidonia australis   , January 1988, coll. P.A. Hutchings (site 5) GoogleMaps   ; 5 specimens, AM P.79467, Bramble Point , Princess Royal Harbour, Albany (35°02′S 117°55′E), 1.5 m, seagrass Posidonia australis   , January 1988, coll. P.A. Hutchings (site 4) GoogleMaps   ; 1 specimen, AM P.79464, Bramble Point , Princess Royal Harbour, Albany (35°02′S 117°55′E), 1.5 m, seagrass Posidonia australis   , January 1988, coll. P.A. Hutchings (site 4) GoogleMaps   ; 3 specimens, AM P.79462, Bramble Point , Princess Royal Harbour (35°03′S 117°53′E), depth unknown, seagrass Posidonia australis   , 15 January 1988, coll. P.A. Hutchings, D. Walker and F.E. Wells GoogleMaps   ; 2 specimens, AM P.79465, Bramble Point , Princess Royal Harbour, Albany (35°02′S 117°55′E), 1.5 m, seagrass Posidonia simulosa   , January 1988, coll. P.A. Hutchings (site 10) GoogleMaps   ; 1 specimen, AM P.79463, Bramble Point , Princess Royal Harbour, Albany (35°02′S 117°55′E), 1 m, seagrass Posidonia sinuosa   , January 1988, coll. P.A. Hutchings (site 12) GoogleMaps   ; 1 specimen, AM P.79466, Quaranup , Princess Royal Harbour, Albany (35°03′S 117°55′E), 2.5 m, January 1988, coll. P.A. Hutchings (site 3). GoogleMaps  

Tasmania. 2 specimens, AM P. 97881, 100 m north of Fleurieu Point, Freycinet Peninsula (42°10′S 148°15′E), 10 m, green algae including Halophila   sp., airlift, 30 April 1991, coll. S.J. Keable & R.T. Springthorpe on the Flying Scud (TAS 322) GoogleMaps   ; 1 specimen, AM P. 97882, off Hannant’s Bight , Cape Sorell (42°11.5′S 145°11.3′E), 16 m, pebbles & fine sediment, airlift, 27 April 1991, coll. R.T. Springthorpe & P.M. Berents on the Flying Scud (TAS 287). GoogleMaps  

Type locality. Shelly Beach , Otago Harbour, New Zealand.  

Remarks. Linguimaera tias   was recorded here as co-occuring in samples with L. leo   , similar to findings by Krapp-Schickel, 2008.

Distribution. New Zealand: Otago Harbour, Shelly Beach ( Barnard 1972b). Australia, Victoria: Port Phillip Bay, Western Port, Portland Bay, Cape Northumberland, Bass Strait ( Krapp-Schickel 2003). South Australia: Sellicks Beach; Kangaroo Island; Yorke Peninsula ( Sheard 1936; current study). Western Australia: Albany; Cape Peron; King George Sound (current study).

NSW

Royal Botanic Gardens, National Herbarium of New South Wales

SAMA

South Australia Museum

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Malacostraca

Order

Amphipoda

Family

Melitidae

Genus

Linguimaera

Loc

Linguimaera tias Krapp-Schickel, 2003

Hughes, Lauren E. 2016
2016
Loc

Linguimaera tias

Krapp-Schickel 2008: 22
Lowry 2005: 238
Krapp-Schickel 2003: 277
2003
Loc

Maera mastersi

Barnard 1972: 108
Sheard 1937: 24
Sheard 1936: 177
1972
Loc

Maera mastersii

Lowry 1983: 236
Hurley 1954: 603
Hale 1929: 215
Chilton 1925: 317
Chilton 1916: 367
1929
Loc

Moera mastersi

Chilton 1921: 72
Chilton 1911: 564
1911
Loc

Megamoera mastersii

Haswell 1879: 265
1879