Decapoda - Caridea - Barbouriidae - Parhippolyte
Debelius (2001) - IWP Arabian Sea, East Africa to Hawaii.
Environnement : Marine - Substrat/Association : Hard bottom (rock and rubbles)
Vertical range : Shallow-waters (0-100 m) - Min-Max observed: 1-10 m
Parhippolyte misticia - 2018, 2019, Mayotte, Barathieu, Mulocheau (Mesophotic)
Parhippolyte uveae - Poupin (2008, IRD Book), from photo F. Trentin. Also Mauritius, coll. & photo Clémence Gueguen, aquaculture specimen examined, deposited in MNHN. - Not P. uveae Borradaile, see comments.
Central Pacific data (Wallis & Futuna, Polynesia, Clipperton, Easter Island)
Parhippolyte misticia - Unpublished sp., ?coll. & prov. Det. Paulay/Poupin, Rangiroa (from photograph, ?FLMNH-UF) (first record for FP). - AAMP, Marquesas, 2012, Leg 3, St. MQ1-GR, Nuku Hiva, 8-10 m, coll. Chevaldonne ?, sample PC2.
Comment(s) on data
There is a confusion in the litterature between Parhippolyte uveae Borradaile, 1900 and Parhippolyte misticia (J. Clark, 1989). It seems that P. uveae is mostly an anchialine species in shallow waters qualified of 'sun lover' by Wear & Holthuis (1977) with a red coloration illustrated in Wear & Holthuis (1977, fig. 2-3) and also in Debelius (2001, Guide, p. 133). On the contrary P. misticia is a cave species 3-60 m (to more than 100 m, R/V Marara trap at 110-130 m) with a banded coloration illustrated in De Grave & Fransen (2011, shrimp catalog, fig. 49, Hawaii, photo J. Hoover), Hoover (1999: 234, Hawaii Guide), Debelius 2001, Guide, p. 133, Hawaii) and, erroneously under P. uveae, in Allen & Steen (1994: 142), Poupin (2009, Addendum: 133, Réunion). Both species have a wide IWP distribution.
References : PDF list, 214 pp (1.4 Mo)
This species in Worms Database