Decapoda - Anomura - Albuneidae - Paralbunea

Paralbunea dayriti (Serène & Umali, 1965)



World Distribution
Boyko (2002: 203) Known from southern Japan southward to Western Australia, and eastward to New Caledonia, the Marshall Islands, and Tahiti, in 6.1-45.5 m depth. - Boyko (2010: 51, Zootaxa) - Japan, Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam Australia (Western Australia, Queensland and New South Wales), New Caledonia, Mariana Islands (Guam), Marshall Islands, Tahiti, in 6.1–45.5 m depth (Boyko 2002, Osawa et al. 2010, herein).

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

Vertical range : Shallow-waters (0-100 m) - Min-Max observed: 6-46 m

New Caledonia data
Lagon 8 Nouvelle Caledonie, DW440b — Boyko CB, Zoosystema 22, 1.
Lagon 8 Nouvelle Caledonie, DW447 — Boyko CB, Zoosystema 22, 1.

Central Pacific data (Wallis & Futuna, Polynesia, Clipperton, Easter Island)
Paralbunea dayriti (Serène & Umali, 1965) - Boyko, 2002: 197, fig. 64-65 (Tahiti, Matavai Bay, 14-18 m, Sept. 31, 1967, coll. National Geographic Society-Smithsonian-Bishop Museum Marquesas Expedition, 1 male 5.6 mm, USNM 304316).

Other data
Musorstom 10 Fidji, CP1390 — Boyko CB, Zoosystema 22, 1.
Musorstom 8 Vanuatu, CP1129 — Boyko CB, Zoosystema 22, 1.

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