Decapoda - Caridea - Glyphocrangonidae - Glyphocrangon
|Glyphocrangon longirostris (Smith, 1882) |
Holthuis (1971, Bull. Mar. Sc.) - The species has an extensive north-south distribution in the Atlantic Ocean, occurring from 50°47.5'N to about 34°S. 1280-2500 m.
Environnement : Marine - Substrat/Association : Soft bottom (mud or sand)
Vertical range : Deep (more than 100 m) - Min-Max observed: 1280-2500 m
Lesser Antilles data
Distribution: VGI (St Croix). 1280-2500 m. WA.
Glyphocrangon longirostris - Holthuis, 1971: 330, St. Croix Basin, Virgin Islands [R/V Pillsbury, sta. 1304, 3 specimens].
French Guiana and surroundings areas: Guiana, Suriname, Brazil (Amapà)
Glyphocrangon longirostris – Bullis & Thompson, 1965: 8, Suriname [R/V Oregon, st. 2010, 7°44' N, 54°40' W, 350 fathoms, 640 m].
Distribution/Habitat – ATL; Marine; 1280–2500 m.
Remark – With some doubts because Holthuis (1971: 341) made this comment: "Bullis & Thompson (1965) reported the present species from three stations made by the R/V Oregon,, viz., Nos. 1302, 1908, and 2010. The material of the first of these stations is in the U. S. National Museum and proved to be Glyphocrangon nobilis. The two other lots were not available, but as both came from depths far shallower (350 fm) than those usually producing G. longirostris, there is good reason to doubt the correctness of these identifications also".
References : PDF list, 214 pp (1.4 Mo)
This species in Worms Database