Lestrigonus schizogeneios ( Stebbing, 1888 )

Gasca, Rebeca & Hendrickx, Michel E., 2021, Pelagic amphipods (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Hyperiidea) in western Mexico. 3 Family Lestrigonidae, Zootaxa 4974 (1), pp. 169-187: 178-179

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Lestrigonus schizogeneios ( Stebbing, 1888 )
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Lestrigonus schizogeneios ( Stebbing, 1888)  

Hyperia schizogeneios Stebbing, 1888: 1391   , pl. 168.

Hyperia promontorii Stebbing, 1888: 1385   pl. 166.

Hyperia zebui Stebbing, 1888: 1394   .

Lestrigonus schizogeneios   — Bowman, 1973: 39; Siegel-Causey, 1992: 175 (key), 184; Vinogradov et al., 1996: 381 (key), 382, fig. 162; Zeidler, 2004: 32 (key), 33; Brusca & Hendrickx, 2005: 150 (list); García Madrigal, 2007: 150 (list); Lavaniegos & Hereu, 2009: 139–142 (passim), 142 (tab.1), 146 (tab. 2), 151 (Appendix 1); Valencia & Giraldo, 2009: 268 (tab. 1); 2011: 1492 (tab. 1); Lavaniegos, 2014: 1‒10 (passim), 4 (tab. 1), 10 (tab. 4), figs. 1, 4, 5; 2017: 13‒25 (passim), 18 (tab. 2), figs. 7, 8, 11; Gómez-Gutiérrez et al., 2014: 1019 (tab. 3).

Lestrigomus schizogeneios   — Lavaniegos, 2017: 19.

Material examined. 38M, 43F, in 19 localities ( Fig. 6 View FIGURE 6 ). TALUD I. St. 6 (23°15’54”N, 107°31’12”W), December 12, 1989, 3M, 4F, BO, from surface to ca. 200 m (TD, 1550 m) (ICML-EMU-12800A) GoogleMaps   . TALUD III. St. 6 (23º17’54”N, 107º30’18”W), August 18, 1991, 2F, BS, from surface to 996‒1148 (ICML-EMU-12800B); GoogleMaps   St. 10B (23°43’24”N, 107°39’06”W), August 18, 1991, 1M, I-K, from surface to 630 m (TD, ca. 900 m) (ICML-EMU-12800C) GoogleMaps   ; St. 19 (25°12’00”N, 109°07’00”W), August 20, 1991, 1M, 3F, I-K, surface to 410 m (TD, 920 m) (ECO-CH-Z-10392); St. 19B (25°18’24”N, 109°18’36”W), August 20, 1991, 4M, 4F, I-K, from surface to 600 m (TD, 1890 m) (ICML-EMU-12800D). TALUD IV St. 7 (22°00’22”N, 106°49’18”W), August 23, 2000, 3F, MN, from surface to 500 m (TD, 1970 m) (ICML-EMU-12801A) GoogleMaps   ; St. 15 (23°23’30”N, 107°47’48”W), August 24, 2000, 13F, MN, from surface to 1500 m (TD, 2350 m) (ICML-EMU-12801B) GoogleMaps   ; St. 29 (24°57’48”N, 109°37’00”W), August 27, 2000, 1M, 3F, MN, from surface to 1280 m (TD, 2080 m) (ICML-EMU-12801C) GoogleMaps   . TALUD V. St. 5 (22°00’57”N, 106°40’00”W), December 13, 2000, 2M, 2F, MN, from surface to ca. 1400 m (TD> 1600 m) (ECO-CH-Z-10393) GoogleMaps   . TALUD VI. St. 7 (22°21’39”N, 107°01’42”W), March 14, 2001, 16M, 3F, MN, from surface to 1305 m (TD, 2100 m) (ICML-EMU-12802A) GoogleMaps   ; St. 22 (24°17’34”N, 108°50’25”W), March 15, 2001, 1M, MN, from surface to 1410 m (TD, 1760 m) (ICML-EMU-12802B) GoogleMaps   ; St. 29 (25°16’24”N, 109°24’54”W), March 16, 2001, 1F, MN, from surface to 1440 m (TD, 2080 m) (ICML-EMU-12802C) GoogleMaps   . TALUD VII, St. 15B (23°25’06”N, 107°47’31”W), June 7, 2001, 3M, 1F, MN, from surface to 1425 m (TD, 2320 m) (ICML-EMU-12803A) GoogleMaps   ; St. 36 (25°42’37”N, 110°04’35”W), June 9, 2001, 2F, MN, from surface to 1390 m (TD, 2400 m) (ICML-EMU-12803B) GoogleMaps   . TALUD XI. St. 6A (16°58’00”N, 100°57’00”W), June 7, 2007, 4M, MN, from surface to 1400 m (TD, 1960 m) (ICML-EMU-12804A) GoogleMaps   . TALUD XII. St. 4 (16°59’39”N, 100°58’07”W), March 28, 2008, 1F, MN, from surface to 1200 m (TD, 1995 m) (ICML-EMU- 12804B) GoogleMaps   ; St. 15C (17°27’51”N, 102°10’43”W), March 31, 2008, 1M, MN, from surface to 1530 m GoogleMaps   (TD, 1880 m) GoogleMaps  

(ICML-EMU-12804C); St. 28B (18°56’00”N, 104°59’57”W), April 2, 2008, 2F, MN, from surface to 1425 m (TD, 2041 m) (ICML-EMU-12804D) GoogleMaps   .

Distribution. Cosmopolitan ( Vinogradov et al. 1996). In the eastern Pacific from off the Columbia River, off western Baja California, and in the Gulf of California, Mexico ( Siegel-Causey 1982, García Madrigal 2007).

Remarks. Siegel-Causey (1982) reported this species as a common inhabitant in the northern, central and southern Gulf of California. From 0 to 200 m depth ( Vinogradov et al. 1996, García Madrigal 2007). Gasca et al. (2012) found it among the most abundant species in the Mexican tropical Pacific area linked to the California Current conditions.

MN

Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

V

Royal British Columbia Museum - Herbarium

VI

Mykotektet, National Veterinary Institute

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Malacostraca

Order

Amphipoda

Family

Lestrigonidae

Genus

Lestrigonus

Loc

Lestrigonus schizogeneios ( Stebbing, 1888 )

Gasca, Rebeca & Hendrickx, Michel E. 2021
2021
Loc

Lestrigomus schizogeneios

Lavaniegos, B. E. 2017: 19
2017
Loc

Lestrigonus schizogeneios

Lavaniegos, B. E. 2014: 1
Gomez-Gutierrez, J. & Funes-Rodriguez, R. & Arroyo-Ramirez, K. & Sanchez-Ortiz, C. A. & Hernandez-Trujillo, S. & Aburto-Oropeza, O. & Ezcurra, E. 2014: 1019
Lavaniegos, B. E. & Hereu, C. 2009: 139
Valencia, B. & Giraldo, A. 2009: 268
Garcia Madrigal, M. S. 2007: 150
Brusca, R. C. & Hendrickx, M. E. 2005: 150
Zeidler, W. 2004: 32
Vinogradov, M. E. & Volkov, A. F. & Semenova, T. N. 1996: 381
Bowman, T. E. 1973: 39
1973
Loc

Hyperia schizogeneios

Stebbing, T. R. R. 1888: 1391
1888
Loc

Hyperia promontorii

Stebbing, T. R. R. 1888: 1385
1888
Loc

Hyperia zebui

Stebbing, T. R. R. 1888: 1394
1888