Decapoda - Brachyura - Parthenopidae - Solenolambrus
Felder et al. (2009) - Western Altantic - 82-110 m. E GMx, PRico - Guadeloupe.
Environnement : Marine - Substrat/Association : Soft bottom (mud or sand)
Vertical range : Shallow to deep-waters (e.g. 10-190 m) - Min-Max observed: 14-367 m
Lesser Antilles data
Distribution: WA. Eastern Gulf of Mexico, Puerto Rico. Lesser Antilles, ICA (Guadeloupe). 14-367 m.
Solenolambrus decemspinosus - Guadeloupe , Karubenthos 2012, det. Macpherson, Besse 2013, st. GB12, 14 May 2012, 16°25.61'N, 61°32.57'W, 14 m, MNHN-IU-2013-4940 (JL756); st. GD50, 23 May 2012, 16°11.31'N, 61°29.59'W, 22 m, MNHN-IU-2013-4872.
Solenolambrus ?decemspinosus - Poupin & Corbari, 2016: in press, Guadeloupe (first record for Lesser Antilles), Karubenthos II 2015, st. CP4532, 11 June 2015, 16°30.06'N, 61°37.54'W, 367-362 m, MNHN-IU-2013-18838; st. DW4536 or CP4536, 12 June 2015, 16°40.57'N, 61°27.55'W, 347-323 m, MNHN-IU-2013-18886 [posteriorspines on this specimen very low which confirm juvenile aspect for S. typicus, see comment].
Comment: this species was collected during Karubenthos 2012 and 2015. The depth range is extented from 82-110 m to 14-367 m. It is sometimes considered as a juvenile of Solenolambrus typicus Stimpson, 1871 (Gore & Scotto, 1979; Felder et al., 2009, note 331) a species also present in Guadeloupe. The present specimens are tentatively separated from S. typicus based on presence of 6 low denticles on the posterior margin, between spine-tipped postero-lateral angles (margin smooth in S. typicus).
Comment(s) on data
See Remarks in Gore & Scotto (1979: 29) - Although we reluctantly maintain the validity of S. decemspinosus for the present, unless additional material of the species becomes available, we would be inclined to think it only a juvenile of S. typicus. Same remark is in Felder et al. (2009, note 331, As discussed by Gore and Scotto (1979), the description of this species, listed here as questionable (“?”), is possibly based upon an immature specimen of S. typicus.
[Based on 6 low denticles on postero margin, situated between spine-tipped postero-lateral angles. This could be a juvenile characters as discussed by Gore & Scotto (1979: 29) and the specimen could be a juvenile of S. typicus. It is interesting to remark that these authors have published a specimen of S. typicus from Guadeloupe (Fig. 11a-b), very close to Karubenthos II specimen, except for denticulations on postero-lateral margin],
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