WoRMS taxon details

Tanaoa retpela Galil & P.K.L. Ng, 2015

1036037  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1036037)

accepted
Species
marine
Galil, B. S.; Ng, P. K. L. (2015). Leucosiid crabs from Papua New Guinea, with descriptions of eight new species (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura). <em>Zootaxa.</em> 4027(4): 451-486., available online at https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4027.4.1 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
Note Holotype: male (36.5 mm) (MNHN-IU-2013-7961),...  
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Type material Holotype: male (36.5 mm) (MNHN-IU-2013-7961), stn CP3984, Bismarck Sea, northwest
Long I., 05°12'S 146°59'E, 500 m, 6.12.2012. Paratypes: 1 male (39.0 mm) (ZRC 2015.272), stn CP3978,
Bismarck Sea, north Bagabag Is., 04°45'S 146°12'E, 456–582m, 5.12.2012. Additional material: BIOPAPUA – 1
female (29.5 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-3835), stn CP3653, west of New Hanover, 02°13’S 150°23’E, 680–700 m,
28.08.2010; 2 males (38.4 mm, 29.8 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-914), stn CP3655, west of New Hanover, 02°15’S
150°16’E, 402–440 m, 28.08.2010; 1 male (39.1 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-2098), stn CP3669, north of Rabaul,
04°08’S 151°56’E, 382–389 m, 24.09.2010; 1 female (28.7 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-2481), stn CP3681, Vitu I.,
04°38’S 149°27’E, 564–712 m, 27.09.2010; 1 male (28.6 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-2478), stn CP3682, Vitu I.,
04°38’S 149°28’E, 515–812 m, 27.09.2010; 3 juveniles (11.7–12.5 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-2563), stn DW3748,
seamounts near Bougainville, 05°37’S 154°01’W, 398–399 m, 12.10.2010; 1 male (21.4 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-
2710), stn CP3695, Feni Is., 02°10’S 147°15’W, 198 m, 14.10.2010; 3 females (19.5–21.0 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-
2299), stn CP3760, Is., 03°58’S 153°43’W, 613–660 m, 14.10.2010. [details]
Etymology From retpela for “red” or “orange” in Tok Pisin, the Pidgin language spoken in Papua New Guinea. The name is used...  
Etymology From retpela for “red” or “orange” in Tok Pisin, the Pidgin language spoken in Papua New Guinea. The name is used as a noun in apposition [details]
WoRMS (2021). Tanaoa retpela Galil & P.K.L. Ng, 2015. Accessed at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1036037 on 2021-01-17
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2017-09-18 19:27:23Z
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original description Galil, B. S.; Ng, P. K. L. (2015). Leucosiid crabs from Papua New Guinea, with descriptions of eight new species (Crustacea: Decapoda: Brachyura). <em>Zootaxa.</em> 4027(4): 451-486., available online at https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4027.4.1 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien  Containing type locality 
 

From editor or global species database
Etymology From retpela for “red” or “orange” in Tok Pisin, the Pidgin language spoken in Papua New Guinea. The name is used as a noun in apposition [details]

Type material Holotype: male (36.5 mm) (MNHN-IU-2013-7961), stn CP3984, Bismarck Sea, northwest
Long I., 05°12'S 146°59'E, 500 m, 6.12.2012. Paratypes: 1 male (39.0 mm) (ZRC 2015.272), stn CP3978,
Bismarck Sea, north Bagabag Is., 04°45'S 146°12'E, 456–582m, 5.12.2012. Additional material: BIOPAPUA – 1
female (29.5 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-3835), stn CP3653, west of New Hanover, 02°13’S 150°23’E, 680–700 m,
28.08.2010; 2 males (38.4 mm, 29.8 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-914), stn CP3655, west of New Hanover, 02°15’S
150°16’E, 402–440 m, 28.08.2010; 1 male (39.1 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-2098), stn CP3669, north of Rabaul,
04°08’S 151°56’E, 382–389 m, 24.09.2010; 1 female (28.7 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-2481), stn CP3681, Vitu I.,
04°38’S 149°27’E, 564–712 m, 27.09.2010; 1 male (28.6 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-2478), stn CP3682, Vitu I.,
04°38’S 149°28’E, 515–812 m, 27.09.2010; 3 juveniles (11.7–12.5 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-2563), stn DW3748,
seamounts near Bougainville, 05°37’S 154°01’W, 398–399 m, 12.10.2010; 1 male (21.4 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-
2710), stn CP3695, Feni Is., 02°10’S 147°15’W, 198 m, 14.10.2010; 3 females (19.5–21.0 mm) (MNHN-IU-2011-
2299), stn CP3760, Is., 03°58’S 153°43’W, 613–660 m, 14.10.2010. [details]