​Nannastacidae (Crustacea: Cumacea) from eastern Bass Strait, the south-eastern Australian slope, and Antarctica in the collections of Museum Victoria

Iorgu Petrescu

Memoirs of Museum Victoria Vol 63 (2) p. 129–173 (2006)

DOI
http://doi.org/10.24199/j.mmv.2006.63.14

Abstract

Forty-five species of Nannastacidae were identified in collections in Museum Victoria from eastern Bass Strait and the south-eastern Australian slope. Twenty-eight are described as new: Campylaspis anae, C. angelae, C. australiensis, C. edenensis, C. grossui, C. halei, C. hirsuta, C. latimera, C. longidentata, C. lynseyae, C. nowrae, C. poorei, C. rectangulata, C. sculpta, C. serrata, C. setifera, C. spinifera, C. tasmaniensis, C. trisulcata, Procampylaspis australiensis, P. spinifera, P. tasmaniensis, Styloptocuma australiense, S. granulosum, S. nodosum, S. poorei, S. spinosum, Styloptocumoides australiensis and Vemacumella bacescui. The new genus Styloptocumoides is diagnosed and Styloptocuma Bacescu and Muradian, 1974 and Vemacumella Petrescu, 2001 are recorded for the first time from Australia. The new species Procampylaspis poorei is described from Antarctic waters.

Citation

Petrescu, I., 2006. Nannastacidae (Crustacea: Cumacea) from eastern Bass Strait, the south-eastern Australian slope, and Antarctica in the collections of Museum Victoria. Memoirs of Museum Victoria 63: 129-173. http://doi.org/10.24199/j.mmv.2006.63.14

PUBLICATION DATE: 31 DECEMBER 2006

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