Cymadusa chalongana Peart, 2002, Peart, 2002

Hughes, Lauren E. & Peart, Rachael A., 2013, New species and new records of Ampithoidae (Peracarida: Amphipoda) from Australian Waters, Zootaxa 3719 (1), pp. 1-102: 31-32

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Cymadusa chalongana Peart, 2002
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Cymadusa chalongana Peart, 2002  

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Cymadusa chalongana Peart, 2002: 240   , figs 9–12.

Type locality. Beach southwest of Cape Panwa   , Chalong Bay, Phuket Island, Thailand, Andaman Sea (7 ° 45 ’N 98 ° 24 ’E).

Material examined. Queensland: Male, dissected, 3 slides, AM P. 80646, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; male, dissected, 1 slide, AM P. 90128, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; many specimens, AM P. 80652, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; 1 specimen, AM P. 80647, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; 1 specimen, AM P. 80650, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; 3 specimens, AM P. 80648, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; 5 specimens, AM P. 80649, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; many specimens, AM P. 80653, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; many specimens, AM P. 80654, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; many specimens, AM P. 80655, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; many specimens, AM P. 80656, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; many specimens, AM P. 80651, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak; 2 specimens, AM P. 80645, Cockle Bay, Magnetic Island (19 ° 11 ’S 146 ° 49 ’E), depth unknown, seagrass Cymodocea serrulata   , Halodule uninervis   and Halophila ovalis   , 17 February 1999, coll. D.W. Klumpp and S.N. Kwak.

Northern Territory: Male, 12.0 mm, dissected, 4 slides, MAGNT Cr017893, west side of Field Island, Kakadu National Park (12 ° 5 ’ 41 ”S 132 ° 19 ’ 53 ”E), 25 November 2004; 7 specimens, MAGNT Cr017892, west side of Field Island, Kakadu National Park (12 ° 5 ’ 41 ”S 132 ° 19 ’ 53 ”E), 25 November 2004; male, 11.0 mm, dissected, 4 slides, MAGNT Cr017891, aquaculture pond, Northern Territory University, Darwin, in pond with Trochus shells, 18 November 1993, coll. C. Lee; 6 specimens, MAGNT Cr 010880, Aquaculture ponds, Northern Territory University, Darwin, in pond with Trochus shells, 18 November 1993, coll. C. Lee.

Western Australia: 1 specimen, WAM C 46500, Long Reef, The Kimberley (13 ° 49 ’ 11 ”S 125 ° 46 ’ 48 ”E), intertidal, 23 October 2010, coll. Lee Paterson (45 /K 10 -T 2, Woodside Kimberley Survey 2010); 1 specimen, WAM C 46501, Long Reef, The Kimberley (13 ° 53 ’ 20 ”S 125 ° 45 ’ 3 ”E), intertidal, 20 October 2010, coll. Lee Paterson (45 / K 10 -Q, 1 Woodside Kimberley Survey); 1 specimen, WAM C 52226, Cassini   Island, The Kimberley (13 ° 56 ’ 1 ”S 125 ° 37 ’ 8 ”E), intertidal, 25 October 2010, coll. Skipton Wooley (59 /K 10 -Adhoc, Woodside Kimberley Survey 2010); 2 specimens, WAM C 25830, Hauy Island, Dampier Archipelago (25 ° 25 ’ 43 ”S 116 ° 57 ’ 34 ”E), low relief limestone pavement with shallow sand gullies, few loose rocks, very little hard coral cover, 19 October 1998, coll. M. Hewitt and party (DA 1 / 98 / 6).

Remarks. Specimens collected as part of an ecological study by Klumpp & Kwak (2005) originally cited as Ampithoe   sp. and Ampithoe   ? caddi are re-identified here as juvenile and adult male growth stages of C. chalongana   .

Distribution. Thailand: Phuket Island (Peart 2002). Australia. Queensland: Magnetic Island (current study). Northern Territory: Field Island, Darwin (current Study). Western Australia: The Kimberley, Dampier Archipelago (current study).