WoRMS source details

Stoddart H.E. & Lowry J.K. (2010) The family Opisidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Lysianassoidea)in Australasian waters. Zootaxa 2479: 22–38.
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Normanion Bonnier, 1893 (identification resource)
Normanion hipposideros Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 (original description)
Normanion whoi Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 (original description)
Opisidae Lowry & Stoddart, 1995 (identification resource)
Podoprionella G.O. Sars, 1895 (identification resource)
Podoprionella bulla Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 (original description)
Podoprionides Walker, 1906 (identification resource)
Podoprionides akantha Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 (original description)
Podoprionides moonamoona Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 (original description)
Australian Exclusive Economic Zone for Normanion whoi Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 
Jervis Bay for Podoprionides moonamoona Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 
New South Wales for Podoprionella bulla Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 
Papua New Guinean Exclusive Economic Zone for Normanion hipposideros Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 
Victoria (Australian state) for Normanion whoi Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 
Victoria (Australian state) for Podoprionides akantha Stoddart & Lowry, 2010 
Holotype MV J61508, geounit Victoria (Australian state), identified as Normanion whoi Stoddart & Lowry, 2010
Holotype MV J61510, geounit New South Wales, identified as Podoprionella bulla Stoddart & Lowry, 2010
Holotype MV J61511, geounit Victoria (Australian state), identified as Podoprionides akantha Stoddart & Lowry, 2010
Holotype AM P.69034, geounit Jervis Bay, identified as Podoprionides moonamoona Stoddart & Lowry, 2010
Holotype AM P.69040, geounit Papua, identified as Normanion hipposideros Stoddart & Lowry, 2010
 Depth range

400–500 m depth. [details]

 Etymology

The species name is the Greek word for a horseshoe, a reference to the type locality (Horseshoe Reef). [details]

 Etymology

The species is named for the epibenthic sled, WHOI, developed at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, ... [details]

 Etymology

The species name is from the Latin word for a knob, referring to the irregular spine on the palm of gnathopod 1. [details]

 Etymology

The species name is a Greek word for a thorn, referring to the small, thorn-like robust setae on the maxilla 1 palp. [details]

 Etymology

The species name refers to the type locality (Near mouth of Moona Moona Creek). [details]