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Stebbing, T.R.R. (1888). Report on the Amphipoda collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-1876. Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873–76. Zoology. 29 (part 67): i-xxiv, 1-1737, pl. 1-212.
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Stebbing, T.R.R.
1888
Report on the Amphipoda collected by H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873-1876
Report on the Scientific Results of the Voyage of H.M.S. Challenger during the years 1873–76. Zoology
29 (part 67): i-xxiv, 1-1737, pl. 1-212
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Acanthechinus Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Actinacanthus Stebbing, 1906 (original description)
Acanthechinus tricarinatus (Stebbing, 1883) accepted as Actinacanthus tricarinatus (Stebbing, 1883) (basis of record)
Acontiostoma Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Acontiostoma marionis Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Acontiostoma pepinii Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Stomacontion pepinii (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Aeginella tristanensis Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Pseudaeginella tristanensis (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Allorchestes malleola Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Amaryllis Haswell, 1879 (additional source)
Amaryllis bathycephala Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Bamarooka bathycephala (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Amaryllis bathycephalus Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Bamarooka bathycephala (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Amaryllis haswelli Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Bathyamaryllis haswelli (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Amathilla homari (J.C. Fabricius, 1779) sensu Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Gammarellus homari (J.C. Fabricius, 1779) (basis of record)
Ambasia integricauda Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Kakanui integricauda (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Ampelisca abyssicola Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Ampelisca acinaces Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Ampelisca chiltoni Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Ampelisca fusca Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Ampelisca zamboangae Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Amphilochus marionis Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Amphithyrus orientalis Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Amphithyrus sculpturatus Claus, 1879 (original description)
Ampithoe kergueleni Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Andania boecki Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Parandania boecki (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Anonyx cicadoides Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Cicadosa cicadoides (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Aora kergueleni Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Atyloides Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Schraderia Pfeffer, 1888 (original description)
Atyloides assimilis Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Paramoera assimilis (Stebbing, 1888) accepted as Paramoera capensis (Dana, 1853) (original description)
Atyloides australis (Miers, 1875) accepted as Paramoera australis Miers, 1875 (basis of record)
Atyloides serraticauda Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Schraderia serraticauda (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Atylopsis Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Atylopsis dentatus Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Tylosapis dentatus (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Atylopsis magellanicus Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Pontogeneia magellanica (Stebbing, 1888) accepted as Atyloella magellanica (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Autonoe kergueleni Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Lembos kergueleni (Stebbing, 1888) accepted as Bemlos kergueleni (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Autonoe philacantha Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Protolembos phylacanthus (Stebbing, 1888) accepted as Archaeobemlos philacanthus (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Brachyscelus acuticaudatus Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Brachyscelus crusculum Spence Bate, 1861 (original description)
Brachyscelus bovallii Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Brachyscelus inaequipes (Dana, 1853) (additional source)
Brachyscelus latipes Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Brachyscelus globiceps (Claus, 1879) (original description)
Brachyscelus mediterranea (Claus, 1887) accepted as Brachyscelus globiceps (Claus, 1879) (basis of record)
Calamorhynchus rigidus Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Calamorhynchus pellucidus Streets, 1878 (original description)
Camacho Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Camacho bathyplous Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Caprellinoides Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Caprellinoides tristanensis Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cardenio Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cardenio paurodactylus Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cerapus sismithi Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Notopoma sismithi (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Cheirimedon Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cheirimedon crenatipalmatus Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Chosroes Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Chosroes incisus Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cleonardo Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cleonardo longipes Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cyclocaris Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cyclocaris tahitensis Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cyllopus hookeri Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Cyllopus magellanicus Dana, 1853 (original description)
Cyphocaris challengeri Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cyphocaris micronyx Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Cyphocaris anonyx Boeck, 1871 (original description)
Cystisoma fabricii Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Cystisoma parkinsoni Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Cystisoma latipes (Stephensen, 1918) (original description)
Dairella bovalli Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Dairella californica (Bovallius, 1885) (original description)
Defeo selkirki (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Dexamine flindersi Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Paradexamine flindersi (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Dryopoides Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Dryopoides westwoodi Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Elasmopus delaplata Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Euonyx normani Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Stephonyx normani (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Eupronoe inscripta Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Eupronoe maculata Claus, 1879 (original description)
Eupronoe intermedia Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Eusceliotes Stebbing, 1888 (replacement name source)
Eusiridae Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Eusiroides Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Eusiroides caesaris Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Eusiroides crassi Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Eusiroides pompeii Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Eusiroides monoculoides monoculoides (Haswell, 1879) represented as Eusiroides monoculoides (Haswell, 1879) (original description)
Euthemisto australis Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Themisto australis (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Euthemisto gaudichaudii (Guérin, 1825) accepted as Themisto gaudichaudii Guérin, 1825 (basis of record)
Euthemisto thomsoni Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Themisto gaudichaudi Guérin, 1825 accepted as Themisto gaudichaudii Guérin, 1825 (original description)
Gammaropsis (Gammaropsis) exsertipes Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Gammaropsis afra Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Latigammaropsis afra (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Gammaropsis atlantica Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Latigammaropsis atlantica (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Gammaropsis thomsoni Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Goplana ambulans (F. Müller, 1846) accepted as Synurella ambulans (F. Müller, 1846) (new combination reference)
Halimedon schneideri Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Carolobatea schneideri (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Halirages huxleyanus Spence Bate, 1862 sensu Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Bovallia regis Stebbing, 1914 accepted as Halirages regis (Stebbing, 1914) accepted as Austroregia regis (Stebbing, 1914) (basis of record)
Haplocheira plumosa Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Harpinia obtusifrons Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Pseudharpinia obtusifrons (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Harpinioides Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Harpinioides drepanocheir Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Hippomedon geelongi Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Hippomedon miersi Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Tmetonyx miersi (Stebbing, 1888) accepted as Tryphosella miersi (Stebbing, 1888) accepted as Photosella miersi (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Hippomedon trigonicus Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Tryphosella trigonica (Stebbing, 1888) accepted as Uristidae incertae sedis trigonica (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Hyperia dysschistus Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Lestrigonus bengalensis Giles, 1888 (original description)
Hyperia luzoni Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Hyperietta luzoni (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Hyperia promontorii Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Lestrigonus schizogeneios (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Hyperia schizogeneios Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Lestrigonus schizogeneios (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Hyperia sibaginis Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Hyperioides sibaginis (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Hyperiella dilatata Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Hyperoche cryptodactylus Stebbing, 1888 accepted as Hyperoche luetkenides Walker, 1906 (original description)
Icilius danae Stebbing, 1888 (original description)
Kapalana flindersi (Stebbing, 1888) (original description)
Atlantic Ocean for Stenopleura atlantica Stebbing, 1888 
Australia for Schraderia serraticauda (Stebbing, 1888) 
Brazil for Parandania boecki (Stebbing, 1888) 
Chile for Cleonardo longipes Stebbing, 1888 
Cumberland Bay for Metopa nasutigenes Stebbing, 1888 
Falkland Islands for Acontiostoma marionis Stebbing, 1888 
Falkland Islands for Austroregia regis (Stebbing, 1914) 
Falkland Islands for Oediceroides cinderella Stebbing, 1888 
Heard Island for Actinacanthus tricarinatus (Stebbing, 1883) 
Heard Island for Eusiroides monoculoides (Haswell, 1879) 
Heard Island for Eusirus antarcticus Thomson, 1880 
Heard Island for Iphimedia pacifica Stebbing, 1883 
Heard Island for Labriphimedia pulchridentata (Stebbing, 1883) 
Heard Island for Liljeborgia consanguinea Stebbing, 1888 
Heard Island for Oediceroides rostrata (Stebbing, 1883) 
Indian Sector of Southern Ocean for Valettia coheres Stebbing, 1888 
Juan Fernandez Islands for Orchestia selkirki Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Ampithoe kergueleni Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Aora kergueleni Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Aora trichobostrycha Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Bemlos kergueleni (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Cardenio paurodactylus Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Carolobatea schneideri (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Cephalophoxoides kergueleni (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Cheirimedon crenatipalmatus Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Cicadosa cicadoides (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Cicadosa cicadoides (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Dodecas elongata Stebbing, 1883 
Kerguelen Islands for Eusirus antarcticus Thomson, 1880 
Kerguelen Islands for Gammaropsis (Gammaropsis) exsertipes Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Haplocheira plumosa Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Harpinioides drepanocheir Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Hippomedon kergueleni (Miers, 1875) 
Kerguelen Islands for Iphimedia pacifica Stebbing, 1883 
Kerguelen Islands for Kakanui integricauda (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Kerguelenia compacta Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Lepidepecreum foraminiferum Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Liljeborgia consanguinea Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Melphidippa serrata (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Notopoma sismithi (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Oediceroides rostrata (Stebbing, 1883) 
Kerguelen Islands for Orchomenella (Orchomenopsis) cavimanus (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Paramoera fissicauda (Dana, 1852) 
Kerguelen Islands for Photis macrocarpa Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Podocerus danae (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Polycheria antarctica (Stebbing, 1875) 
Kerguelen Islands for Polycheria kergueleni (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Probolisca nasutigenes (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Protellopsis kergueleni Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Pseudharpinia obtusifrons (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Rhachotropis kergueleni Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Socarnoides kergueleni Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Sophrosyne murrayi Stebbing, 1888 
Kerguelen Islands for Stomacontion pepinii (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Tryphosella trigonica (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Uristes barbatipes (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Urothoides lachneessa (Stebbing, 1888) 
Kerguelen Islands for Zaramilla kergueleni Stebbing, 1888 
Magellanic region for Acontiostoma marionis Stebbing, 1888 
Magellanic region for Atyloella magellanica (Stebbing, 1888) 
Magellanic region for Chosroes incisus Stebbing, 1888 
Magellanic region for Metopoides magellanica (Stebbing, 1888) 
Magellanic region for Paramoera edouardi Schellenberg, 1929 
Magellanic region for Probolisca ovata (Stebbing, 1888) 
Magellanic region for Seba saundersii Stebbing, 1875 
Magellanic region for Torometopa compacta (Stebbing, 1888) 
Magellanic region for Torometopa crenatipalmata (Stebbing, 1888) 
Magellanic region for Torometopa parallelocheir (Stebbing, 1888) 
Magellanic region for Tylosapis dentatus (Stebbing, 1888) 
New Zealand for Andaniotes abyssorum Stebbing, 1888 
Nightingale Island for Metopa crenatipalmata Stebbing, 1888 
Pacific Ocean for Halice macronyx (Stebbing, 1888) 
Patagonian Shelf for Metopa compacta Stebbing, 1888 
Patagonian Shelf for Metopa crenatipalmata Stebbing, 1888 
Patagonian Shelf for Metopa magellanica Stebbing, 1888 
Patagonian Shelf for Metopa ovata Stebbing, 1888 
Patagonian Shelf for Metopa parallelocheir Stebbing, 1888 
Prince Edward Islands for Acontiostoma marionis Stebbing, 1888 
Prince Edward Islands for Amphilochus marionis Stebbing, 1888 
Prince Edward Islands for Atylopsis emarginata Stebbing, 1888 
Prince Edward Islands for Mesopleustes abyssorum (Stebbing, 1888) 
Prince Edward Islands for Parandania gigantea (Stebbing, 1883) 
Prince Edward Islands for Pardalisca marionis Stebbing, 1888 
South Atlantic for Eusiroides crassi Stebbing, 1888 
Tristan da Cunha for Caprellinoides tristanensis Stebbing, 1888 
Tristan da Cunha for Parajassa tristanensis (Stebbing, 1888) 
Tristan da Cunha for Pseudaeginella tristanensis (Stebbing, 1888) 
Tristan da Cunha for Torometopa crenatipalmata (Stebbing, 1888) 
World Oceans for Cleonardo longipes Stebbing, 1888 
Unknown type, verbatimGeounit off St. Vincent, Cap..., identified as Hyperia schizogeneios Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, verbatimGeounit Off Cape Howe, Austr..., identified as Hyperia dysschistus Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, verbatimGeounit south west of Melbou..., identified as Euthemisto Bovallius, 1887
Unknown type, identified as Phrosina australis Stebbing, 1888
Syntype NHMUK, verbatimGeounit Type locality. Juan ..., identified as Orchestia selkirki Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Antarctic Ocean, identified as Hyperiella dilatata Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Antarctic Ocean, identified as Vibilia antarctica Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Arafura Sea, identified as Tetrathyrus arafurae Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Atlantic Ocean, identified as Rhabdosoma brevicaudatum Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Atlantic Ocean, identified as Lycaea pauli Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Atlantic Ocean, identified as Paralycaea hoylei Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Cape of Good Hope, identified as Paratyphis promontori Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Cape Verde, identified as Lycaea vincentii Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Central Pacific Basin, identified as Phronima tenella Stebbing, 1888
Holotype BMNH, geounit Juan Fernandez Islands, identified as Cleonardo longipes Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit North West Atlantic, identified as Lanceola suhmi Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Pacific, identified as Parapronoe campbelli Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Pacific, identified as Parathemisto pacifica Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit South Atlantic, identified as Hyperia promontorii Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit Tropical Atlantic, identified as Phronima megalodous Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit West Pacific, identified as Hyperia sibaginis Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type, geounit West Pacific, identified as Paraphronima cuivis Stebbing, 1888
Unknown type BMNH 89.5.15.191, geounit Southern Ocean, identified as Lanceola australis Stebbing, 1888


 Depth range

2012 m (1100 fathoms) [details]

 Etymology

The generic name is taken from a personal name in Don Quixote. The type species C. longipes, gives no clue as to ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific name refers to the place of capture, just at the south of Africa [details]

 Etymology

The specific name is given in compliment to Mr. G. M. Thomson,rector of the High School, Christchurch, Dunedin, an ... [details]

 Etymology

The specific name has been given in allusion to the great depth from which the species is reported to have come. [details]

 Etymology

The powerful muscles exhibited by the compact first gnathopods suggested the specific name musculosus. [details]

 Holotype

NSMT-Cr 22011, 1 male (22.9 mm), Okinawa Trough (East China Sea), 28◦29.5 N, 127◦59.2 E, baited trap, ... [details]

 Type material

Holotype female, BMNH 1889 : 5 : 15 : 21 (specimen in alcohol + 8 slides). Type locality. Near the Kermadec Islands ... [details]

 Type material

Station 168, off New Zealand, July 8, 1874; lat. 40° 28' S., long. 177° 43' E.; depth, 1100 fathoms; bottom, blue mud; ... [details]

 Type material

Station 323, cast of Buenos Ayres, February 28, 1876; lat. 35° 39' S., long. 50° 47' W.; depth , 1900 fathoms ; ... [details]

 Type material

Station 230, south of Japan, April 5, 1875; lat. 260 29' N., long. 13'70 57' E.; depth, 425 fathoms; bottom, red clay; ... [details]