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Gerken, S. (2018). The Lampropidae (Crustacea: Cumacea) of the World. Zootaxa. 4428(1): 1-192.
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10.11646/zootaxa.4428.1.1 [view]
urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:2419A7F0-5AED-47EC-86BB-06AADB2A4BD9 [view]
Gerken, S.
2018
The Lampropidae (Crustacea: Cumacea) of the World
Zootaxa
4428(1): 1-192
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Alamprops Gerken, 2018 (original description)
Alamprops carinatus (Hart, 1930) (new combination reference)
Alamprops quadriplicatus (Smith, 1879) (new combination reference)
Alamprops serratus (Hart, 1930) (new combination reference)
Hemilamprops G.O. Sars, 1883 (identification resource)
Hemilamprops gracilis Hart, 1930 (basis of record)
Lampropidae Sars, 1878 (identification resource)
Lamprops G.O. Sars, 1863 (identification resource)
Lamprops carinatus Hart, 1930 accepted as Alamprops carinatus (Hart, 1930) (basis of record)
Lamprops fasciatus G.O. Sars, 1863 (additional source)
Lamprops fuscatus G.O. Sars, 1865 (additional source)
Lamprops quadriplicata S.I. Smith, 1879 accepted as Alamprops quadriplicatus (Smith, 1879) (basis of record)
Holotype RBCM 978, identified as Lamprops serratus Hart, 1930
Holotype RBCM 978–112–1, identified as Hemilamprops gracilis Hart, 1930
Lectotype RBCM 978-119-1, identified as Lamprops carinatus Hart, 1930
 Etymology

A meaning “not”, in combination with lamprops, to indicate that these species have been removed from the genus ... [details]

 Etymology

A combination of the prefix “A” meaning “not”, and the generic name Platysympus, in reference to the great ... [details]

 Etymology

The species is named neozealanicus in reference to the place of collection, the waters of New Zealand. [details]

 Etymology

The combination of the generic name Lamprops, and austro meaning south, in reference to the distribution of this ... [details]

 Etymology

The species is named sulcatus in reference to the sulcus on the carapace. [details]

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The new species is named paraleucon because the overall body form greatly resembles species of Leucon with long ... [details]

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A combination of brachy, from Latin, meaning short, and the generic name Lamprops, alluding to the short body of ... [details]

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The species is named scabridus, from the Latin, in reference to the rough and rugged carapace.  [details]

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The species is named bruunae for the vessel that collected the specimen, the R/V Anton Bruun. [details]

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From the greek doie, meaning uncertain, in combination with lamprops from the family name. The name is in reference ... [details]

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Confundus, because of the confusing nature of the species, as it has characteristics similar to both Platysympus ... [details]

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The new genus is named Farragolamprops from the combination of the Latin farrago meaning medley or mixture, and the ... [details]

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The name comes from the Latin seminalis, meaning seed, alluding to the shape of the carapace. [details]

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The new species is named spinacristatus from the Latin, for the anterior dorsal crest of spines on the carapace. [details]

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The new species is named impellucidus from the Latin im, meaning not, in combination with pellucidus, as it is most ... [details]

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The species is named after the U.S. Coast Guard ship Northwind, the vessel from which the specimens were collected. [details]

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The species is named concavus in reference to the concave anterior margin in the dorsal view. [details]

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Para meaning like, near or similar, and platysympus, in reference to the similarity of this genus to the genus ... [details]

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The species is named aspericristatus from the Latin aspera meaning rough, and cristata for ridges, in reference to ... [details]

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The species is named echinolowryi, because the pattern of carapace ridges is very similar to Platytyphlops lowryi, ... [details]

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The genus name is named Phallolampropoides for the strong similarity to Phallolamprops in the possession of penial ... [details]

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The species is named chukchiensis after the locality of collection, the Chukchi Sea. [details]

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The genus name is Phallolamprops from the combination of the similar genus Lamprops and phallus, in reference to ... [details]

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The species is named californiensis for location of collection, the coastal waters of California. [details]

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The species is named pribilofensis for the locality of collection, St. George, one of the Pribilof Islands. [details]

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The new species is named in honor of the late Roger Bamber, who was an excellent and productive taxonomist on the ... [details]

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The species is named echinatus, in reference to the spine covered carapace and pereonites. [details]

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The species is named for Jim Lowry, in honor of all his contributions to crustacean systematics and great hospitality. [details]

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The species is named in honor of Iorgu Petrescu, in recognition of his extensive contributions to cumacean systematics. [details]

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The species is named taylorae in honor of Dr. Joanne Taylor, Manager of the Natural Science Collections, Museums ... [details]

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The new genus is named Pseudoarchaeocuma due to similiarity to the genus Archaeocuma in the presence of pleopods in ... [details]

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The new species is named in honor of Mihai Băcescu, who described the genus Archaeocuma, the first cumacean genus ... [details]

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The new genus is similar to Paralamprops and Platytyphlops in overall form, being dorsoventrally flattened with a ... [details]

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The species is named chathamensis for the place of collection, Chatham Rise.  [details]

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The new genus is named Reyssia in honor of Daniel Reyss, who originally described the type species (as ... [details]

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