Decapoda - Stenopodidea - Stenopodidae - Stenopus
MASDEA, Poupin (BD Internet) - Indo-ouest Pacifique. Afrique orientale, Tanzanie, Kenya, Afrique du Sud, Seychelles. Comprend, Réunion, Hawaii, Polynésie française.
Environnement : Marine - Substrat/Association : Associated with corals (facultative)
Vertical range : Shallow-waters (0-100 m) - Min-Max observed: 0-15 m
Stenopus tenuirostris - Ribes-Beaudemoulin et al. 2002 : 82 (Réunion). - Mission Poupin, avril 2008 (Réunion d'après plusieurs photographies, E. Lancelot). - Coll. BIOLAVE, 27/11/2011, shallow-waters, divers 10-30 m, det. J. Poupin 25/01/2013.
Central Pacific data (Wallis & Futuna, Polynesia, Clipperton, Easter Island)
Stenopus tenuirostris - Unpublished specimen, coll. & det. J. Hoover and J. Earle (Marquesas Islands, outside the bay of Taiohae, Nuku Hiva, about Oct 20, 1999, scuba diving, approximate depth 15 m, three specimens all under rocks and collected by hand). Material transmitted to J. Okuno who has confirmed this determination. From J. Okuno personal communication (e-mail 13 Nov 1999), it appears that this species was already known from the area : "I carefully read literature on Stenopus, and found a sentence by Dr. Goy (1986: Bishop Mus. Occ. Paper, 26, p. 99). He wrote "....S. tenuirostris has been photographed at Nuku Hiva I (BPBM photo -188, D. M. Devaney)". - AAMP, Marquesas, 2012, Leg 2, coll. Evans, sample 0336, St 19, Ua Huka, 20 m, det. Poupin according to remains of color on preserved specimen examined.
References : PDF list, 214 pp (1.4 Mo)
This species in Worms Database