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Zeidler, W. (2003). A review of the hyperiidean amphipod superfamily Vibilioidea Bowman & Gruner, 1973 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Hyperiidea). Zootaxa. 280, 1-104.
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Zeidler, W.
2003
A review of the hyperiidean amphipod superfamily Vibilioidea Bowman & Gruner, 1973 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Hyperiidea)
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280, 1-104
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Cyllopodidae Bovallius, 1887 (identification resource)
Cyllopus Dana, 1852 (identification resource)
Cyllopus hookeri Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Cyllopus magellanicus Dana, 1853 (additional source)
Paraphronima Claus, 1879 (identification resource)
Paraphronima clypeata Bovallius, 1885 accepted as Paraphronima crassipes Claus, 1879 (additional source)
Paraphronima cuivis Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Paraphronima crassipes Claus, 1879 (additional source)
Paraphronima pectinata Bovallius, 1887 accepted as Paraphronima crassipes Claus, 1879 (additional source)
Paraphronimidae Bovallius, 1887 (identification resource)
Vibilia H. Milne Edwards, 1830 (identification resource)
Vibilia californica Holmes, 1908 accepted as Vibilia viatrix Bovallius, 1887 (additional source)
Vibilia edwardsi Spence Bate, 1861 (additional source)
Vibilia gracilenta Bovallius, 1887 accepted as Vibilia armata Bovallius, 1887 (additional source)
Vibilia gracilis Bovallius, 1887 accepted as Vibilia armata Bovallius, 1887 (source of synonymy)
Vibilia hirondellei Chevreux, 1900 accepted as Vibilia viatrix Bovallius, 1887 (additional source)
Vibilia hirsuta Behning & Wolterec, 1912 accepted as Vibilia robusta Bovallius, 1887 (status source)
Vibilia kroeyeri Bovallius, 1887 accepted as Vibilia borealis Spence Bate & Westwood, 1868 (source of synonymy)
Vibilia kroyeri Stephensen, 1918 accepted as Vibilia kroeyeri Bovallius, 1887 accepted as Vibilia borealis Spence Bate & Westwood, 1868 (source of synonymy)
Vibilia laticaudata Zeidler, 2003 (original description)
Vibilia mediterranea Claus, 1872 (status source)
Vibilia milnei Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Vibilia propinqua Stebbing, 1888 (additional source)
Vibilia peronii H. Milne Edwards, 1830 (basis of record)
Vibilia seriocellatus Stephensen, 1932 accepted as Vibilia australis Stebbing, 1888 (additional source)
Vibilia serrata Stewart, 1913 accepted as Cyllopus magellanicus Dana, 1853 (additional source)
Vibilia speciosa Costa, 1853 (status source)
Vibilia thurstoni Zeidler, 2003 (original description)
Vibilia viator Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Vibilia viatrix Bovallius, 1887 (additional source)
Vibilia wolterecki Behning, 1939 accepted as Vibilia australis Stebbing, 1888 (source of synonymy)
Vibiliidae Dana, 1852 (identification resource)
Vibilioidea Dana, 1852 (identification resource)
Vibilioides Chevreux, 1905 (identification resource)
Algerian Exclusive Economic Zone for Vibilia jeangerardi Lucas, 1845 
Antarctic Ocean for Vibilia antarctica Stebbing, 1888 
Atlantic Ocean for Vibilia cultripes Vosseler, 1901 
Australian Exclusive Economic Zone for Vibilia australis Stebbing, 1888 
Australian Exclusive Economic Zone for Vibilia propinqua Stebbing, 1888 
Bay of Biscay for Vibilia bovalii Bonnier, 1896 
Java for Vibilia affinis Spence Bate, 1862 
North Sea for Vibilia borealis Spence Bate & Westwood, 1868 
Pacific Ocean for Vibilia caeca Bulyčeva, 1955 
Pacific Ocean for Vibilia longicarpus Behning, 1913 
Pacific Ocean for Vibilia propinqua Stebbing, 1888 
South Atlantic for Vibilia gibbosa Bovallius, 1887 
South Indian Ocean for Vibilia laticaudata Zeidler, 2003 
South Indian Ocean for Vibilia thurstoni Zeidler, 2003 
South Orkney Islands for Cyllopus lucasii Spence Bate, 1862 
Tierra del Fuego for Cyllopus magellanicus Dana, 1853 
Unknown type, locality South Atlantic, identified as Cyllopus hookeri Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, locality Tropical Atlantic, identified as Lanceola aestiva Stebbing, 1888
Syntype USNM 38533, locality North Pacific, identified as Vibilia californica Holmes, 1908
Holotype BMNH 89.5.15.182, locality Antarctic Ocean, identified as Vibilia antarctica Stebbing, 1888
Holotype SAMA A42377, locality South Indian Ocean, identified as Vibilia laticaudata Zeidler, 2003
Holotype SAMA A42379, locality South Indian Ocean, identified as Vibilia thurstoni Zeidler, 2003
 Distribution

This is a circum-Antarctic species restricted to south of the Antarctic Convergence. [details]

 Distribution

This is a cold-water species, relatively common south of the Subtropical Convergence. Incursions further north are ... [details]

 Distribution

This is a rare species, found only in the tropical parts of the eastern Pacific Ocean, South China Sea and the ... [details]

 Distribution

This is a relatively common species restricted to the cool-temperate and polar regions of the southern Hemisphere. [details]

 Distribution

This is a relatively uncommon species widely distributed in tropical and temperate regions, particularly in the ... [details]

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This is a relatively uncommon, but widely distributed species in tropical and subtropical waters including the ... [details]

 Distribution

This is a relatively rare species known mainly from the tropical waters of the world’s oceans. However, it was ... [details]

 Distribution

This is a relatively common species, widely distributed in tropical and temperate regions of the world’s oceans. [details]

 Distribution

This is a relatively abundant species in the tropical and temperate regions of the world’s oceans. [details]

 Distribution

This is a relatively rare species, found in both tropical and temperate waters of the world’s Oceans. [details]

 Distribution

This is a relatively common species, widely distributed in the tropical and temperate regions of the world’s oceans. [details]

 Distribution

This is an uncommon species, widely distributed in the tropical and temperate regions of the world’s oceans. [details]

 Distribution

This is an uncommon, widely distributed species in the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. It is also found ... [details]

 Distribution

This species is most common in the Mediterranean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean but, has also been recorded from ... [details]

 Distribution

This species is only known from a few records from the northern Pacific Ocean, the northern Indian Ocean, the ... [details]

 Distribution

This species is only known from a few localities. It seems to be most common in the Atlantic Ocean having been ... [details]

 Distribution

This species is widely distributed in tropical and temperate regions including the Mediterranean Sea. In the ... [details]

 Distribution

This species is widely distributed in tropical and temperate regions, including the eastern part of the ... [details]

 Distribution

This species is widely distributed in all the world’s oceans, ranging from tropical to temperate regions. [details]

 Etymology

The species name is derived from the Latin “lati” and “cauda” meaning broad or widetailed. [details]

 Etymology

This new species is named for Dr M.H. Thurston, formerly of the Southampton Oceanography Centre, in recognition of ... [details]

 Type material

The type material appears to be lost. [details]

 Type material

The type of V. cultripes is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

The type of V. jeangerardi is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is considered as lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is considered as lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is presumed lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is presumed lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is presumed lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material is presumed lost. [details]