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Murano, M.; Fukuoka, K. (2008). A systematic study of the genus Siriella (Crustacea: Mysida) from the Pacific and Indian Oceans, with descriptions of fifteen new species. National Museum of Nature and Science monographs 36: i-173
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Murano, M.; Fukuoka, K.
2008
A systematic study of the genus Siriella (Crustacea: Mysida) from the Pacific and Indian Oceans, with descriptions of fifteen new species
National Museum of Nature and Science monographs
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Siriella Dana, 1850 (additional source)
Siriella affinis Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella africana Panampunnayil, 1981 (additional source)
Siriella akajimaensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella amamiensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella australiensis Panampunnayil, 1995 (additional source)
Siriella australis W. Tattersall, 1927 (additional source)
Siriella bacescui Udrescu, 1981 (additional source)
Siriella brevicaudata Paul'son, 1875 (additional source)
Siriella brevirostris Nouvel, 1944 (additional source)
Siriella brucei Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella chaitiamvongae Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella conformalis Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella denticulata (Thompson, 1880) (additional source)
Siriella distinguenda Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella dollfusi Nouvel, 1944 (additional source)
Siriella dubia Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella essingtonensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella gibba Nouvel, 1944 accepted as Siriella brevirostris Nouvel, 1944 (additional source)
Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 (additional source)
Siriella halei W. Tattersall, 1927 (additional source)
Siriella hanseni W. Tattersall, 1922 (additional source)
Siriella iii Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella inornata Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella intermedia Gourret, 1888 accepted as Siriella armata (Milne Edwards, 1837) (additional source)
Siriella intermedia Panampunnayil, 1981 (additional source)
Siriella izuensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella japonica Ii, 1964 (additional source)
Siriella japonica var. izuensis Ii, 1964 accepted as Siriella izuensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (additional source)
Siriella japonica var. sagamiensis Ii, 1964 accepted as Siriella izuensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (additional source)
Siriella jonesi Pillai, 1964 (additional source)
Siriella koreana Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella lingvura Ii, 1964 (additional source)
Siriella longiarticulis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella longidactyla W. Tattersall, 1940 (additional source)
Siriella longipes Nakazawa, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella macropsis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella media Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella mulyadii Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella nodosa Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella okadai Ii, 1964 (additional source)
Siriella pacifica Holmes, 1900 (additional source)
Siriella panamensis W. Tattersall, 1951 (additional source)
Siriella plumicauda Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella pondoensis O. Tattersall, 1962 (additional source)
Siriella quadrispinosa Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella quilonensis Pillai, 1961 (additional source)
Siriella rimata Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella robusta Pillai, 1964 (additional source)
Siriella roosevelti W. Tattersall, 1941 (additional source)
Siriella scissilis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella seafdeci Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella serrata Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella sinensis Ii, 1964 (additional source)
Siriella singularis Nouvel, 1957 (additional source)
Siriella spinula Panampunnayil, 1995 (additional source)
Siriella tadjourensis Nouvel, 1944 (additional source)
Siriella tenuiungula Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (original description)
Siriella thompsoni (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) accepted as Siriella thompsonii (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) (additional source)
Siriella thompsonii (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) (additional source)
Siriella trispina Ii, 1964 (additional source)
Siriella tuberculum Fukuoka & Murano, 1996 (additional source)
Siriella vincenti W. Tattersall, 1927 (additional source)
Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella wadai Ii, 1964 (additional source)
Siriella watasei Nakazawa, 1910 (additional source)
Siriella watasei var. koreana Ii, 1964 accepted as Siriella koreana Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (additional source)
Siriella watasei var. macropsis Ii, 1964 accepted as Siriella macropsis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 (additional source)
Akajima island for Siriella akajimaensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 
Akajima island for Siriella tuberculum Fukuoka & Murano, 1996 
Amami-Oshima Island for Siriella amamiensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 
Amami-Oshima Island for Siriella dubia Hansen, 1910 
Amami-Oshima Island for Siriella inornata Hansen, 1910 
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella dubia Hansen, 1910 
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910 
Andaman Sea for Siriella aequiremis Hansen, 1910 
Andaman Sea for Siriella dubia Hansen, 1910 
Andaman Sea for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Andaman Sea for Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910 
Arabian (Persian) Gulf for Siriella brevicaudata Paul'son, 1875 
Arabian (Persian) Gulf for Siriella hanseni W. Tattersall, 1922 
Arabian Sea for Siriella aequiremis Hansen, 1910 
Arabian Sea for Siriella dubia Hansen, 1910 
Arabian Sea for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Arabian Sea for Siriella jonesi Pillai, 1964 
Arabian Sea for Siriella robusta Pillai, 1964 
Arabian Sea for Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910 
Arafura Sea for Siriella aequiremis Hansen, 1910 
Arafura Sea for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Arafura Sea for Siriella wadai Ii, 1964 
Atlantic Ocean for Siriella thompsonii (H. Milne Edwards, 1837) 
Bay of Bengal for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Bay of Tadjoura for Siriella brevirostris Nouvel, 1944 
Bay of Tadjoura for Siriella dollfusi Nouvel, 1944 
Bay of Tadjoura for Siriella tadjourensis Nouvel, 1944 
California for Siriella pacifica Holmes, 1900 
Cape Agulhas for Siriella africana Panampunnayil, 1981 
Caroline Islands for Siriella anomala Hansen, 1910 
Caroline Islands for Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910 
Celebes Sea for Siriella aequiremis Hansen, 1910 
Celebes Sea for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Central Pacific Basin for Siriella aequiremis Hansen, 1910 
Central Pacific Basin for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Chesterfield Archipelago for Siriella bacescui Udrescu, 1981 
Coral Bay for Siriella tenuiungula Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 
Darwin Harbour for Siriella hanseni W. Tattersall, 1922 
Darwin Harbour for Siriella wadai Ii, 1964 
Dunedin for Siriella denticulata (Thompson, 1880) 
East China Sea for Siriella aequiremis Hansen, 1910 
East China Sea for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
East China Sea for Siriella sinensis Ii, 1964 
East China Sea for Siriella trispina Ii, 1964 
East Pacific for Siriella aequiremis Hansen, 1910 
East Pacific for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Flores Sea for Siriella distinguenda Hansen, 1910 
Flores Sea for Siriella distinguenda Hansen, 1910 
Galapagos Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella roosevelti W. Tattersall, 1941 
Gilbert Islands for Siriella media Hansen, 1910 
Great Barrier Reef for Siriella affinis Hansen, 1910 
Great Barrier Reef for Siriella anomala Hansen, 1910 
Great Barrier Reef for Siriella conformalis Hansen, 1910 
Great Barrier Reef for Siriella distinguenda Hansen, 1910 
Great Barrier Reef for Siriella dubia Hansen, 1910 
Great Barrier Reef for Siriella inornata Hansen, 1910 
Great Barrier Reef for Siriella nodosa Hansen, 1910 
Great Barrier Reef for Siriella quadrispinosa Hansen, 1910 
Great Barrier Reef for Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910 
Guam Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella media Hansen, 1910 
Guam Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella nodosa Hansen, 1910 
Guam Island for Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910 
Gulf of Aden for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Gulf of Mannar for Siriella brevicaudata Paul'son, 1875 
Gulf of Mannar for Siriella hanseni W. Tattersall, 1922 
Gulf of Mannar for Siriella quadrispinosa Hansen, 1910 
Gulf of St. Vincent for Siriella australis W. Tattersall, 1927 
Gulf of St. Vincent for Siriella halei W. Tattersall, 1927 
Gulf of Thailand for Siriella australiensis Panampunnayil, 1995 
Gulf of Thailand for Siriella chaitiamvongae Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 
Gulf of Thailand for Siriella inornata Hansen, 1910 
Gulf of Thailand for Siriella singularis Nouvel, 1957 
Hokkaido for Siriella japonica Ii, 1964 
Hong Kong for Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910 
Indian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella affinis Hansen, 1910 
Indian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella australiensis Panampunnayil, 1995 
Indian Ocean for Siriella aequiremis Hansen, 1910 
Indian Ocean for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Indian Ocean for Siriella robusta Pillai, 1964 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella aequiremis Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella affinis Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella anomala Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella conformalis Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella conformalis Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella distinguenda Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella dubia Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella dubia Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella gracilis Dana, 1852 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella inornata Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella media Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella nodosa Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella nodosa Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella quadrispinosa Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella quadrispinosa Hansen, 1910 
Indonesian Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910 
Ishigaki Island for Siriella amamiensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 
Japanese Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella anomala Hansen, 1910 
Japanese Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella izuensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 
Japanese Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella japonica Ii, 1964 
Japanese Exclusive Economic Zone for Siriella koreana Murano & Fukuoka, 2008 
Paratype NTM CP015177, locality Table Head, identified as Siriella essingtonensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NTM Cr 002940, locality Table Head, identified as Siriella brucei Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NTM Cr 015175, locality Table Head, identified as Siriella brucei Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NTM Cr 015178, locality Coral Bay, identified as Siriella tenuiungula Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 15653, locality Suruga Bay, identified as Siriella izuensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 16242, locality Sahul Shelf, identified as Siriella longiarticulis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 16243, locality Sahul Shelf, identified as Siriella longiarticulis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 16244, locality Sahul Shelf, identified as Siriella longiarticulis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 16455, locality Sahul Shelf, identified as Siriella rimata Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 16456, locality Sahul Shelf, identified as Siriella scissilis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 16457, locality Sahul Shelf, identified as Siriella scissilis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 16458, locality Sahul Shelf, identified as Siriella scissilis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 16459, locality Gulf of Thailand, identified as Siriella chaitiamvongae Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 16460, locality Gulf of Thailand, identified as Siriella chaitiamvongae Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 16461, locality Gulf of Thailand, identified as Siriella chaitiamvongae Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 17767, locality Kanagawa, identified as Siriella iii Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 17768, locality Kanagawa, identified as Siriella iii Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 17769, locality Kanagawa, identified as Siriella iii Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 17923, locality Korea Island, identified as Siriella koreana Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 17924, locality Korea Island, identified as Siriella koreana Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 17925, locality Korea Island, identified as Siriella koreana Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 17929, locality Kanagawa, identified as Siriella macropsis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 17930, locality Kanagawa, identified as Siriella macropsis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 17931, locality Kanagawa, identified as Siriella macropsis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 17934, locality Akajima island, identified as Siriella akajimaensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 17935, locality Akajima island, identified as Siriella akajimaensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 17936, locality Akajima island, identified as Siriella akajimaensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 17947, locality Amami-Oshima Island, identified as Siriella amamiensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT CR 17948, locality Amami-Oshima Island, identified as Siriella amamiensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 17949, locality Amami-Oshima Island, identified as Siriella amamiensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 17952, locality Panay Island, identified as Siriella seafdeci Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 17953, locality Panay Island, identified as Siriella seafdeci Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 17954, locality Panay Island, identified as Siriella seafdeci Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NSMT Cr 17963, locality Java, identified as Siriella mulyadii Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 17964, locality Java, identified as Siriella mulyadii Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Paratype NSMT Cr 17965, locality Java, identified as Siriella mulyadii Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Lectotype NSMT Cr 17972, locality East China Sea, identified as Siriella trispina Ii, 1964
Paralectotype NSMT Cr 17973, locality East China Sea, identified as Siriella trispina Ii, 1964
Holotype NSMT Cr 17974, locality Suruga Bay, identified as Siriella izuensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Allotype NSMT Cr 17975, locality Suruga Bay, identified as Siriella izuensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Holotype NTM Cr015176, locality Table Head, identified as Siriella essingtonensis Murano & Fukuoka, 2008
Syntype NSMT CR-17744, locality Sagami Bay, identified as Siriella okadai Ii, 1964
Syntype NSMT Cr17971, locality Kanagawa, identified as Siriella japonica var. sagamiensis Ii, 1964
Cotype ZMUC CRU 8606, locality Sulu Island, identified as Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910
Holotype ZMUC CRU 9536, identified as Siriella affinis Hansen, 1910
Cotype ZMUC CRU-5191, locality Saleyer anchorage, identified as Siriella affinis Hansen, 1910
Holotype ZMUC CRU-7819, locality South China Sea, identified as Siriella plumicauda Hansen, 1910
Holotype ZMUC CRU-8077, locality Suez canal, identified as Siriella serrata Hansen, 1910
Cotype ZMUC CRU-8605, locality Sulu Island, identified as Siriella vulgaris Hansen, 1910
 Depth range

This species may be a bottom-living form in depths of 100-200m [details]

 Distribution

coastal form is distributed widely in the tropical and subtropical regions of the West Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean ... [details]

 Distribution

coasts of warm-water regions of the mainland of Japan [details]

 Distribution

in warm-water region of the Indo-West Pacific [details]

 Distribution

It appears to be a coastal form distributed widely in Southeast Asian areas [details]

 Distribution

it is a coastal form in the warm-water region of the western-Pacific [details]

 Distribution

only in warm water regions of Japan [details]

 Distribution

The species is a coastal form in the warm-water region of the Indo-West Pacific [details]

 Distribution

together with S. thompsonii the most abundant mysid species at the surface layer in warm water regions of the ... [details]

 Distribution

warm water region of the world oceans and seas. it is an epipelagic form in offshore waters [details]

 Habitat

collected among seaweeds and seagrasses [details]

 Length

adult female: 4.8-5.7mm; adult male: 6.7mm [details]

 Length

adult female: 5.4mm [details]

 Length

adult female: 6.4-7.0mm [details]

 Length

adult female: 7.0-8.5mm; adult male: ca.6.5mm [details]

 Length

adult male up to 13.2mm; adult female up to 12.0mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 10.5mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 12.5mm; adult female: 12.4mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 12mm, known only from holotype [details]

 Length

adult male: 4.3-5.8mm; adult female: 4.0-7.0mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 4.9-7.0mm; adult female: 4.2-5.9mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 5.1-6.4mm; adult female: 5.5-7.2mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 5.2-7.3mm; adult female: 4.7-6.5mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 5.5-6.9mm; adult female: 6.0-7.6mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 5.6-7.7mm; adult female: 5.6-7.3mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.0-10.7mm; adult female: 6.1-9.7mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.1-10.3mm; adult female: 5.4-9.8mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.1-10.7; adult female: 5.7-10.0mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.1-7.8mm; adult female: 5.4-6.1mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.3-7.9mm; adult female: 5.3-6.9mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.4-7.7mm; adult female: 4.6-7.5mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.5-8.0mm; adult female: 6.3-6.7mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.6-10.7mm; adult female: 6.8-11.5mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.6-8.4mm; adult female: 7.8-8.8mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 6.8-7.6mm; adult female: 5.2-6.8mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 7.2-10.8mm; adult female: 6.4-9mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 7.2-7.5mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 7.5-9.7mm; adult female: 6.3-8.9mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 8.4mm-10.3mm adult female: 7.5-10.3 mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 8.5-10.6mm; adult female: 8.2-9.8mm [details]

 Length

adult male: 8.5-8.8mm; adult female: 9.7-10.0mm [details]

 Length

adult male: ca. 9.2mm; adult female: 9.4-13.0mm [details]

 Length

adult male: up to 11mm; adult female: up to 12.4mm [details]

 Length

adult male: up to 12.2mm; adult female up to 13.5mm [details]

 Length

male: 6.6-7.5mm; female 6-6.5mm [details]

 Length

malu, up to 14mm; female up to 13.3mm [details]

 Status

junior synonym of S. brevirostris: judged as an immature stage of female S. brevirostris [details]

 Status

nomen nudum  [details]

 Status

specimens are considered to be immature [details]

 Type locality

Flores sea: 7°33' S, 117°31' E; 7°33' S, 117°51' E; 7°25' S, 117°50.5' E [details]