Decapoda - Anomura - Parapaguridae - Paragiopagurus

Paragiopagurus orthotenes Lemaitre, 2013



World Distribution
Lemaitre (2013: 372, Tropical Deep Sea Benthos) - Western Pacific: Solomon Islands, Tonga, and New Caledonia region. Depth: 233 to 967 m.

Environnement : Marine - Substrat/Association : Associated with anemones

Vertical range : Deep (more than 100 m) - Min-Max observed: 233-967 m

New Caledonia data
Paragiopagurus orthotenes Lemaitre, 2013: 368 (Tropical Deep Sea Benthos) - Holotype, New Caledonia, SMIB 3, stn CP 4, 24°54.00’S, 168°21.50’E, 530 m, 20.05.1987, male 3.4 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-717). New Caledonia. BIOCAL: stn DW 66, 24°55.43’S, 168°21.67’E, 505- 515 m, 03.09.1985, 6 males 2.1-4.2 mm, 3 ovigerous female 2.4-3.2 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-708), 2 males 1.3, 1.4 mm, 2 females 1.3, 3.1 mm, 2 juveniles 0.8, 1.4 mm (USNM 1184049). – stn CP 67, 24°55.44’S, 168°21.55’E, 500-510 m, 03.09.1985, 1 ovigerous female 2.4 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-707). – MUSORSTOM 4: stn DW 230, 22°52.50’S, 167°11.80’E, 390-420 m, 30.09.1985, 1 male 2.2 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-711). – MUSORSTOM 5: stn DW 301, 22°06.90’S, 159°24.60’E, 487-610 m, 12.10.1986, 2 males 1.7, 1.9 mm, 2 female 1.8, 2.2 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-713). – stn DC 379, 19°53.20’S, 158°39.50’E, 370- 400 m, 20.10.1986, 1 female 2.5 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-712). – CHALCAL 2: stn CC 2, 24°55.48’S, 168°21.29’E, 500-610 m, 28.10.1986, 1 male 2.1 mm, 1 ovigerous female 3.2 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-709). – stn DW 72, 24°54.50’S, 168°22.30’E, 527 m, 28.10.1986, 8 males 2.2-3.2 mm, 7 females 2.1-2.9 mm (USNM 1184050), 6 males 1.4-3.1 mm, 1 ovigerous female 2.2 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-710). – SMIB 3: stn DW 3, 24°55.00’S, 168°21.70’E, 513 m, 20.05.1987, 7 males 3.0-3.9 mm, 4 ovigerous females 2.7-4.3 mm, 7 females 2.2-3.1 mm (USNM 1184051). – stn DW 5, 24°54.90’S, 168°21.60’E, 502 m, 21.05.1987, 3 males 2.2-3.3 mm, 1 ovigerous female 2.5 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-718). – stn DW 6, 24°56.40’S, 168°21.20’E, 505 m, 21.05.1987, 4 males 2.8-3.1 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-719) . – stn DW 7, 24°54.60’S, 168°21.30’E, 505 m, 21.05.1987, 5 males 2.8-3.3 mm, 2 females 2.4, 3.0 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-720). – stn DW 8, 24°45.20’S, 168°08.00’E, 233 m, 21.05.1987, 1 male 2.9 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-721). – MUSORSTOM 6: stn DW 428, 20°23.54’S, 166°12.57’E, 420 m, 17.02.1989, 1 female 2.1 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-714). – stn DW 457, 21°00.42’E, 167°28.71’E, 353 m, 20.02.1989, 1 female 2.2 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-715). – stn DW 460, 21°01.72’S, 167°31.45’E, 420 m, 20.02.1989, 2 males 1.8, 3.6 mm, 1 female 2.7 mm (USNM 1184052). – stn DW 487, 21°23.30’S, 167°46.40’E, 500 m, 23.02.1989, 1 male 2.6 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-716). – SMIB 4: stn DW 55, 23°21.40’S, 168°04.50’E, 260 m, 09.03.1989, 1 female 3.0 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-722). – SMIB 5: stn DW 91, 22°18.40’S, 168°41.10’E, 340 m, 11.09.1989, 1 female 1.6 mm (MNHN-IU-2012-723). – BERYX 11: stn DW 38, 23°37.53’S, 167°39.42’E, 550-690 m, 19.10.1992, 2 males 2.6, 3.4 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15849). – SMIB 8: stn DW 147, 24°54.90’S, 168°21.85’E, 508-532 m, 27.01.1993, 3 males 3.1-3.2 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15850). – stn DW 148, 24°55.15’S, 168°21.62’E, 510 m, 27.01.1993, 1 male 2.7 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15851). – stn DW 149, 24°54.94’S, 168°21.82’E, 508- 510 m, 27.01.1993, 2 males 1.6, 2.4 mm, 1 female 2.9 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15852). – stn DW 150, 24°54.30’S, 168°22.23’E, 519-530 m, 27.01.1993, 1 male 3.7 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15853), 5 males 2.5-3.2 mm, 3 females 2.7-3.0 mm (MNHNIU- 2008-15854). – stn DW 152, 24°54.35’S, 168°22.23’E, 514-530 m, 27.01.1993, 8 males 2.1-4.0 mm, 4 females 2.7-2.8 m (MNHN-IU-2008-15855), 1 male 2.5 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15856), 3 males 2.5-3.3 mm, 5 females 2.2-2.5 mm (MNHNIU- 2008-15857), 2 males 2.2, 2.7 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15858). – stn DW 160, 24°46.12’S, 168°08.12’E, 280-282 m, 28.01.1993, 1 female 1.6 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15859). – stn DW 165, 24°47.64’S, 168°09.61’E, 372-600 m, 28.01.1993, 1 male 1.8 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15860). – stn DW 198, 22°51.59’S, 167°12.44’E, 414-430 m, 01.02.1993, 1 female 2.4 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15861). – BATHUS 2: stn DW 723, 22°50.21’S, 167°26.84’E, 430-433 m, 11.05.1993, 1 male 2.0 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15839). – stn DW 729, 22°52.42’S, 167°11.90’E, 349-400 m, 12.05.1993, 1 ovigerous female 2.7 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15840). – stn DW 730, 23°02.56’S, 166°58.30’E, 350-400 m, 12.05.1993, 2 males 1.9, 2.4 mm, 1 female 1.9 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15841). – BATHUS 3: stn CP 811, 23°41.42’S, 168°15.50’E, 383-408 m, 28.11.1993, 6 males 2.2- 3.1 mm, 1 female 3.1 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15842). – stn CP 813, 23°45.23’S, 168°16.57’E, 410-415 m, 28.11.1993, 1 male 3.2 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15843). – stn DW 817, 23°42.38’S, 168°15.5’E, 405-410 m, 28.11.1993, 1 male 1.9 mm, 2 females 2.3, 2.6 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15844). – stn DW 818, 23°43.89’S, 168°16.32’E, 394 m, 28.11.1993, 6 males 2.8-3.5 mm, 6 females 1.6-3.1 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15845). – stn DW 829, 23°21.37’S, 168°01.84’E, 386-390 m, 29.11.1993, 8 males 1.7-3.2 mm, 3 females 2.0-2.9 mm, 12 spms in housing (MNHN-IU-2008-15846). – stn DW 838, 23°00.81’S, 166°55.87’E, 400-402 m, 30.11.1993, 1 female 2.3 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15847). – BATHUS 4: stn DW 940, 18°59.53’S, 163°25.90’E, 305 m, 08.08.1994, 1 ovigerous female 1.3 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15848). – SMIB 10: stn DW 203, 24°56’S, 168°22’E, 508- 502 m, 10.01.1995, 1 male 2.7 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15863). – stn DW 205, 24°57’S, 168°21’E, 517-559 m, 10.01.1995, 25 males 2.0-3.7 mm, 2 ovigerous females 2.2, 2.7 mm, 8 females 2.0-2.8 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15862). – stn DW 207, 24°57’S, 168°21’E, 508-553 m, 10.01.1995, 8 males 2.7-3.7 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15864). – stn DW 208, 24°49’S, 168°09’E, 270 m, 10.01.1995, 1 male 2.5 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-1586), 1 male 2.7 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15866). – stn DW 215, 24°56’S, 168°21’E, 508-553 m, 11.01.1995, 1 ovigerous female 2.7 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15867). – stn DW 216, 24°56’S, 168°21’E, 512-541 m, 11.01.1995, 10 males 2.4-4.0 mm, 1 female 3.1 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15868). – LITHIST: stn DW 07, 24°55.4’S, 168°21.6’W, 504-530 m, 11.08.1999, 2 males 2.8, 2.9 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15869). – stn CP 08, 24°54.2’S, 168°21.3’W, 540 m, 11.08.1999, 1 male 2.9 mm, 1 ovigerous female 2.6 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15870). – stn DW 11, 24°46.7’S, 168°08.3’W, 254-283 m, 11.08.1999, 4 males 4.0-4.1 mm, 2 females 1.7, 1.8 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15871). – stn DW 13, 23°45.0’S, 168°16.7’W, 400 m, 12.08.1999, 1 ovigerous female 2.1 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15872). – stn CP 15, 23°40.4’S, 168°15.0’W, 389-404 m, 12.08.1999, 2 ovigerous females 2.9, 3.5 mm, 1 female 4.0 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15873). – NORFOLK 1: stn DW 1692, 24°56’S, 168°21’E, 507-967 m, 23.06.2001, 1 male 2.8 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-15874). – NORFOLK 2: stn DW 2081, 25°54.40’S, 168°21.64’E, 500-505 m, 28.10.2003, 2 males 1.8, 2.1 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-1607). – stn DW 2108, 23°46.52’S, 168°17.12’E, 403-440 m, 31.10.2003, 1 male 2.4 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-16074). – stn DW 2137, 23°01.18’S, 168°22.70’E, 547-560 m, 03.11.2003, 1 male 1.7 mm (MNHN-IU-2008-16075). – EBISCO: stn DW 2525, 22°46.650’S, 159°23.106’E, 408-410 m, 09.10.2005, 1 male 1.6 mm, 5 males 1.4-1.6 mm MNHN-IU-2012-1122. – stn DW 2565, 20°22.31’S, 158°40.51’E, 414-419 m, 13.10.2005, 1 male 2.3 mm MNHN-IU-2012-1123. – stn DW 2578, 20°19.785’S, 158°39.714’E, 14.10.2005, 5 males 2.0-2.6 mm, 2 females 1.8, 2.4 mm MNHN-IU-2012-1124. – stn DW 2606, 19°36.805’S, 158°42.062’E, 442-443 m, 18.10.2005, 2 males 2.4, 2.6 mm, 1 ovigerous female 2.4 mmm, 3 females 2.3-2.5 mm MNHN-IU-2012-1125. – stn DW 2610, 19°33.147’S, 158°40.618’E, 486-494 m, 19.10.2005, 4 males 2.7, 2.8 mm MNHN-IU-2012-1126. – stn DW 2613, 19°36.516’S, 158°42.131’E, 519-522 m, 19.10.2005, 2 males 2.5, 3.4 mm MNHN-IU-2012-1127. – stn DW 2626, 21°04.488’S, 160°48.791’E, 728-739 m, 21.10.2005, 1 male 2.4 mm MNHN-IU-2012-1128.

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