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Zeidler, W. (2009). A review of the hyperiidean amphipod superfamily Lanceoloidea Bowman & Gruner, 1973 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Hyperiidea). Zootaxa. 2000, 1-117.
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Zeidler, W.
2009
A review of the hyperiidean amphipod superfamily Lanceoloidea Bowman & Gruner, 1973 (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Hyperiidea)
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2000, 1-117
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Chuneola Woltereck, 1909 (identification resource)
Chuneolidae Woltereck, 1909 (identification resource)
Lanceola Say, 1818 (identification resource)
Lanceola aestiva Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Scypholanceola aestiva (Stebbing, 1888) (additional source)
Lanceola australis Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Lanceola serrata Bovallius, 1885 (additional source)
Lanceola clausii pirloti Shoemaker, 1945 (additional source)
Lanceola galatheae Zeidler, 2009 (original description)
Lanceola gruneri Zeidler, 2009 (original description)
Lanceola loveni grossipes Shoemaker, 1945 (additional source)
Lanceola pacifica Stebbing, 1888 (additional source)
Lanceola pelagica Say, 1818 accepted as Lanceola sayana Bovallius, 1885 (additional source)
Lanceola remipes Barnard, 1932 accepted as Megalanceoloides remipes (K.H. Barnard, 1932) (basis of record)
Lanceola stephenseni Chevreux, 1920 accepted as Megalanceola stephenseni (Chevreux, 1920) (basis of record)
Lanceola suhmi Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Lanceola serrata Bovallius, 1885 (additional source)
Lanceoloidea Bovallius, 1887 (identification resource)
Megalanceola Pirlot, 1935 (identification resource)
Megalanceolidae Zeidler, 2009 (identification resource)
Megalanceolidae Zeidler, 2009 (original description)
Megalanceoloides Zeidler, 2009 (original description)
Megalanceoloides remipes (K.H. Barnard, 1932) (new combination reference)
Metalanceola Pirlot, 1931 (additional source)
Metalanceolidae Zeidler, 2009 (original description)
Microphasma Woltereck, 1909 (additional source)
Microphasmidae Stephensen & Pirlot, 1931 (additional source)
Microphasmidae Stephensen & Pirlot, 1931 (identification resource)
Microphasmoides M. Vinogradov, 1960 (additional source)
Mimonecteola Woltereck, 1909 (identification resource)
Mimonecteola beebei Shoemaker, 1945 (identification resource)
Mimonecteola carlsbergi Zeidler, 2009 (original description)
Mimonecteolidae Zeidler, 2009 (identification resource)
Mimonecteolidae Zeidler, 2009 (original description)
Prolanceola Woltereck, 1907 (additional source)
Prolanceolidae Zeidler, 2009 (identification resource)
Prolanceolidae Zeidler, 2009 (original description)
Scypholanceola Woltereck, 1905 (identification resource)
Atlantic Ocean for Mimonecteola macronyx Barnard, 1932 
Gulf of Panama for Chuneola spinifera M. Vinogradov, 1960 
Indian Ocean for Chuneola paradoxa Woltereck, 1909 
Indian Ocean for Lanceola longidactyla M. Vinogradov, 1964 
Indian Ocean for Mimonecteola subchelata M. Vinogradov, 1964 
Indian Ocean for Prolanceola vibiliformis Woltereck, 1907 
North Atlantic for Lanceola loveni grossipes Shoemaker, 1945 
North Atlantic for Lanceola stephenseni Chevreux, 1920 
North Atlantic for Metalanceola chevreuxi Pirlot, 1931 
North Atlantic for Mimonecteola beebei Shoemaker, 1945 
North Indian Ocean for Lanceola galatheae Zeidler, 2009 
North Pacific for Lanceola pacifica Stebbing, 1888 
North West Pacific for Chuneola spinifera M. Vinogradov, 1960 
South Atlantic for Mimonecteola carlsbergi Zeidler, 2009 
South Pacific for Microphasmoides vitjazi Vinogradov, 1960 
South West Atlantic for Lanceola remipes Barnard, 1932 
Tasman Sea for Lanceola gruneri Zeidler, 2009 
Tropical Pacific Ocean for Microphasma agassizi Woltereck, 1909 
Tropical Pacific Ocean for Mimonecteola diomedeae Woltereck, 1909 
Holotype USNM 109450, geounit North Atlantic, identified as Lanceola loveni grossipes Shoemaker, 1945
Holotype USNM 109470 & 109471, geounit North Atlantic, identified as Mimonecteola beebei Shoemaker, 1945
Holotype BMNH 1936.77.2.247a, geounit Atlantic Ocean, identified as Mimonecteola macronyx Barnard, 1932
Holotype MONA 37 1081, geounit North Atlantic, identified as Lanceola stephenseni Chevreux, 1920
Holotype MONA 37 2105, geounit North Atlantic, identified as Metalanceola chevreuxi Pirlot, 1931
Holotype BMNH 89.5.15.185, geounit North Pacific, identified as Lanceola pacifica Stebbing, 1888
Holotype BMNH 936.11.2.2510, geounit South West Atlantic, identified as Lanceola remipes Barnard, 1932
Holotype ZMUC CRU–3919, geounit Tasman Sea, identified as Lanceola gruneri Zeidler, 2009
Holotype ZMUC CRU-9928, geounit North Indian Ocean, identified as Lanceola galatheae Zeidler, 2009
Holotype ZMUC CRU–9937, geounit South Atlantic, identified as Mimonecteola carlsbergi Zeidler, 2009
Holotype ZMUM Mb –14048, geounit Indian Ocean, identified as Lanceola longidactyla M. Vinogradov, 1964
Holotype ZMUM Mb–1056, geounit North West Pacific, identified as Chuneola spinifera M. Vinogradov, 1960
Holotype ZMUM Mb–1059, geounit Indian Ocean, identified as Mimonecteola subchelata M. Vinogradov, 1964
Holotype ZMUM Mb–1060, geounit South Pacific, identified as Microphasmoides vitjazi Vinogradov, 1960
 Distribution

This is one of the more common species of Lanceola, found in all the world’s oceans with a preference for warmer ... [details]

 Etymology

This species is named for the Danish research vessel Galathea which caught the specimen during its global ... [details]

 Etymology

This elegant species is named for Dr Hans-Eckhard Gruner, formerly Curator of Crustacea, Zoologisches Museum der ... [details]

 Etymology

This species is named to honour the Carlsberg Foundation that sponsored the Dana Expeditions and many other ... [details]

 Specimen

"The type material of L. aestiva is in BMNH (89.5.15.188) and represents two species. The specimen from Challenger ... [details]

 Type material

The unique type, a juvenile measuring just less than 7 mm (judging by Woltereck’s drawing) could not be found in ... [details]

 Type material

The unique female holotype could not be found in any major European museum or in the USNM and is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material could not be found in any major European museum or in the USNM and is considered lost [details]

 Type material

The unique male holotype could not be found in any major European museum and is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

Type material of this species could not be found in any major European museum, or the USNM, and is considered lost. [details]