Decapoda - Brachyura - Macrophthalmidae - Chaenostoma

Chaenostoma crassimanus Stimpson, 1858



World Distribution
Teng et al. (2016, Crustacean Research) - C. crassimanus is the most widely distributed species, from East Africa to New Caledonia.

Environnement : Marine - Substrat/Association : Soft bottom (mud or sand)

Vertical range : Intertidal - Min-Max observed: 0-5 m

Mayotte data
Macrophthalmus (Chaenostoma) aff. punctulatus - Mission KUW novembre 2009, st. 26, 1 mâle 4,1x5,4 mm, 3 femelles ovigères 3,1x4,1 à 3,95x5,3 mm, 3 femelles 2,6x3,3 à 3,7x4,9 mm, 1 female juvénile cassée, paratypes MNHN B32071, 1 mâle 3,75x4,9 (holotype), MNHN B32254, 1 femelle ovigère 3,85x5,1 mm (paratype), MNHN B32362, pris en photo, ; St. 13b, coll. JMB Bouchard mangrove Malamani, 1 femelle ovigère 3,75x5,01 mm, paratype MNHN B32072. - Macrophthalmus (Chaenostoma) lisae Poupin & Bouchard, 2010: 62, Figs 1a-c, 2a-o (mêmes spécimens). - Chaenostoma lisae - WoRMS (nouvelle classification générique, Davie, P. (2011). Chaenostoma Stimpson, 1858. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=450076 on 2011-01-10).
Chaenostoma crassimanus - Teng et al. (2016, Crustacean Research): 26, Mayotte, 2 MM (3.8, 4.9 mm), MNHN-IU-2009-993, Bandrele, coll. J. Poupin and R. Cleva, 19 Nov. 2009. - Chaenostoma lisae (Poupin & Bouchard, 2010) is considered as a junior synonym of C. crassimanus in Teng et al. (2016, Crustacean Research).

Europa data
Chaenostoma lisae - Europa, Mission BIORECIE, st. 4, photo et spécimens, 2 males 3.1x3.8-3.6x4.6 mm (MNHN). Premier signalement. March 2012, specimens in loan with R. Naderloo for DNA sequencing. - These spp. probaly Chaenostoma crassimanus following revision by Teng et al. (2016).

New Caledonia data
Chaenostoma lisae - New Caledonia, Juncker & Poupin CRISP report, 2009, St.9, Pindai mudflat, pre-identified to M. boscii. Copyright J. Poupin.
Chaenostoma crassimanus - Teng et al. (2016, Crustacean Research): 26 - New Caledonia: 1 M (4.9 mm), MNHN-IU-2013-9292, Noumea, coll. J. Poupin and M. Juncker, CRISP st. 9, 5 Mar. 2009; 1 M (6.1 mm), 1 F (7.2 mm), MNHNIU-2009-2591 (?MNHN B32603), coll. J. Poupin, 2009.

Comment(s) on data
Chaenostoma lisae (Poupin & Bouchard, 2010), described from Mayotte, is considered as a junior synonym of C. crassimanus in Teng et al. (2016, Crustacean Research).

References : PDF list, 214 pp (1.4 Mo)

This species in Worms Database