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Zeidler, W. (2012). A review of the hyperiidean amphipod families Mimonectidae and Proscinidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Hyperiidea: Scinoidea). Zootaxa. 3533: 1–74.
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Zeidler, W.
2012
A review of the hyperiidean amphipod families Mimonectidae and Proscinidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Hyperiidea: Scinoidea)
Zootaxa
3533: 1–74
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Cheloscina Shih & Hendrycks, 1996 (identification resource)
Cheloscina antennula Shih & Hendrycks, 1996 (additional source)
Microscina Zeidler, 2012 (original description)
Microscina rostrata Zeidler, 2012 (original description)
Microscinidae Zeidler, 2012 (original description)
Microscinidae Zeidler, 2012 (identification resource)
Mimonectes Bovallius, 1885 (identification resource)
Mimonectes alexanderi Zeidler, 2012 (original description)
Mimonectes colemani Zeidler, 2012 (original description)
Mimonectes neosphaericus Zeidler, 2012 (original description)
Mimonectes spandlii Stephensen & Pirlot, 1931 (additional source)
Mimonectes sphaericus Bovallius, 1885 (additional source)
Mimonectidae Bovallius, 1885 (identification resource)
Mimoscina Pirlot, 1933 (identification resource)
Mimoscina Pirlot, 1933 (redescription)
Mimoscina galbraithae Zeidler, 2012 (identification resource)
Mimoscina galbraithae Zeidler, 2012 (original description)
Mimoscina gracilipes Pirlot, 1933 (additional source)
Mimoscinidae Zeidler, 2012 (original description)
Mimoscinidae Zeidler, 2012 (identification resource)
Parascina Chevreusi Pirlot, 1929 accepted as Mimonectes loveni Bovallius, 1885 (additional source)
Parascina fowleri Stebbing, 1904 accepted as Mimonectes gaussi (Woltereck, 1904) (additional source)
Parascina setosa Barnard, 1930 accepted as Mimoscina setosa (K.H. Barnard, 1930) (basis of record)
Parascina stephenseni Pirlot, 1929 accepted as Mimonectes stephenseni (Pirlot, 1929) (basis of record)
Proscina Stephensen & Pirlot, 1931 accepted as Mimonectes Bovallius, 1885 (source of synonymy)
Proscina birsteini M. Vinogradov, 1956 accepted as Mimonectes birsteini (Vinogradov, 1956) (new combination reference)
Proscina magna Stephensen & Pirlot, 1931 accepted as Mimonectes loveni Bovallius, 1885 (source of synonymy)
Proscina scinoides (Woltereck, 1906) (status source)
Proscina stephenseni (Pirlot, 1929) accepted as Mimonectes stephenseni (Pirlot, 1929) (new combination reference)
Proscina vinogradovi Shih & Hendrycks, 1996 accepted as Mimonectes vinogradovi (Shih & Hendrycks, 1996) (new combination reference)
Proscinidae Pirlot, 1933 accepted as Mimonectidae Bovallius, 1885 (additional source)
Pseudomimonectes M. Vinogradov, 1960 (identification resource)
Pseudomimonectes robustus M. Vinogradov, 1960 (additional source)
Scinoidea Stebbing, 1888 (identification resource)
Sphaeromimonectes Woltereck, 1904 accepted as Mimonectes Bovallius, 1885 (source of synonymy)
Sphaeromimonectes diomedeae Woltereck, 1909 accepted as Mimonectes diomedeae (Woltereck, 1909) (basis of record)
Sphaeromimonectes gaussi Woltereck, 1904 accepted as Mimonectes gaussi (Woltereck, 1904) (basis of record)
Sphaeromimonectes scinoides Woltereck, 1906 accepted as Proscina scinoides (Woltereck, 1906) (basis of record)
Banda Sea for Mimonectes alexanderi Zeidler, 2012 
Bay of Biscay for Mimonectes alexanderi Zeidler, 2012 
Bering Sea for Proscina birsteini M. Vinogradov, 1956 
East Atlantic for Mimonectes spandlii Stephensen & Pirlot, 1931 
Gulf of Guinea for Mimonectes colemani Zeidler, 2012 
Gulf of Panama for Mimonectes alexanderi Zeidler, 2012 
Indian Ocean for Proscina scinoides (Woltereck, 1906) 
Japanese Exclusive Economic Zone for Mimonectes alexanderi Zeidler, 2012 
North Atlantic for Mimonectes sphaericus Bovallius, 1885 
North Atlantic for Parascina stephenseni Pirlot, 1929 
North Atlantic for Proscina magna Stephensen & Pirlot, 1931 
North Atlantic for Proscina stephenseni (Pirlot, 1929) 
North East Atlantic for Mimonectes gaussi (Woltereck, 1904) 
North East Atlantic for Mimoscina gracilipes Pirlot, 1933 
North Pacific for Cheloscina Shih & Hendrycks, 1996 
North Pacific for Cheloscina antennula Shih & Hendrycks, 1996 
North Pacific for Proscina vinogradovi Shih & Hendrycks, 1996 
Ryukyu Trench for Pseudomimonectes robustus M. Vinogradov, 1960 
Sagami Bay for Mimonectes neosphaericus Zeidler, 2012 
South East Pacific for Mimonectes diomedeae (Woltereck, 1909) 
South Pacific for Mimoscina galbraithae Zeidler, 2012 
Southern Ocean for Parascina setosa Barnard, 1930 
Tasman Sea for Mimonectes neosphaericus Zeidler, 2012 
Tropical Atlantic for Microscina rostrata Zeidler, 2012 
Tropical Pacific Ocean for Mimonectes neosphaericus Zeidler, 2012 
Vancouver Island for Mimonectes neosphaericus Zeidler, 2012 
Holotype NHMUK 1954.4.30.1, locality Southern Ocean, identified as Parascina setosa Barnard, 1930
Holotype NHMUK 1954.4.30.1, locality Southern Ocean, identified as Mimoscina setosa (K.H. Barnard, 1930)
Holotype MBE 21334, locality North East Atlantic, identified as Mimonectes gaussi (Woltereck, 1904)
Holotype USNM 264246, locality North Pacific, identified as Proscina vinogradovi Shih & Hendrycks, 1996
Holotype USNM 264247, locality North Pacific, identified as Cheloscina antennula Shih & Hendrycks, 1996
Holotype MONA 3721 30, locality North Atlantic, identified as Proscina magna Stephensen & Pirlot, 1931
Holotype MONA 372131, locality North East Atlantic, identified as Mimoscina gracilipes Pirlot, 1933
Holotype SAMA C7061, locality Sagami Bay, identified as Mimonectes neosphaericus Zeidler, 2012
Holotype ZMUC CRU-20421, locality Bay of Biscay, identified as Mimonectes alexanderi Zeidler, 2012
Holotype ZMUC CRU-20424, locality Gulf of Guinea, identified as Mimonectes colemani Zeidler, 2012
Holotype ZMUC CRU-20429, locality Samoan part of the South Pacific Ocean, identified as Mimoscina galbraithae Zeidler, 2012
Holotype ZMUC CRU-20441, locality Tropical Atlantic, identified as Microscina rostrata Zeidler, 2012
Holotype ZMMU Mb-1061, locality Ryukyu Trench, identified as Pseudomimonectes robustus M. Vinogradov, 1960
Holotype ZMMU Mb-1062, locality Bering Sea, identified as Proscina birsteini M. Vinogradov, 1956
Holotype MIZL RE 11976, locality East Atlantic, identified as Mimonectes spandlii Stephensen & Pirlot, 1931
Holotype MIZL RE 11979, locality North Atlantic, identified as Parascina stephenseni Pirlot, 1929
Holotype MIZL RE 11979, locality North Atlantic, identified as Proscina stephenseni (Pirlot, 1929)
 Diagnosis

As with the characters of the family with the following additions. Cuticle relatively thin, translucent, with ... [details]

 Distribution

Like M. loveni, this is one of the more commonly collected species of Mimonectes, having been found in all the ... [details]

 Distribution

This is one of the more common species of Mimonectes, having been found in all the world’s oceans except the ... [details]

 Distribution

This seems to be a very rare species. [details]

 Etymology

Combination of the Greek, neos = new, acknowledging the similarity of this species to M. sphaericus[details]

 Etymology

The new genus name makes reference to the unusually small buccal mass. [details]

 Etymology

The specific name emphasises the unusual character of the relatively long rostrum that distinguishes this species. [details]

 Etymology

This species is named to honour Dr C.G. Alexander (recently deceased) formerly Senior Lecturer, James Cook ... [details]

 Etymology

This species is named for Dr C.O. Coleman, Curator of Crustacea, Museum für Naturkunde, Berlin, in recognition for ... [details]

 Etymology

This species is named for Dr Moira Galbraith, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, B.C., Canada, who, over the ... [details]

 Etymology

This species is not as common as Mimonectes sphaericus Bovallius, 1885 and Mimonectes loveni Bovallius, 1885, but ... [details]

 Type material

The holotype is considered lost. [details]

 Type material

The unique holotype is considered lost. [details]