Campagne Marion-Dufresne 08 - BENTHOS
Date et lieu de départSat Mar 13 00:00:00 CET 1976
Date et lieu d'arrivéeThu Apr 22 00:00:00 CEST 1976
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|Thu Mar 11 00:00:00 CET 1976||Wed Apr 21 00:00:00 CEST 1976||Marion Dufresne|
|Fri Mar 26 00:00:00 CET 1976||Wed Apr 21 00:00:00 CEST 1976|
Travaux effectués :
Guinot, Danièle, Richer de Forges, Bertrand, 1981, Crabes de profondeur, nouveaux ou rares, de l'Indo-Pacifique (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura) (Première partie), Bulletin du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, 4° série, Section A, 2, 4, 1113-1153
Résumé [+] [-]Brachyura from deep water are dealt with, from : the south of Madagascar (" Marion-Dufresne " 1976, MD. 08 exp.) : Saint-Paul and Amsterdam islands ; New-Caledonia and Loyalty islands (Collections ORSTOM) ; Tuamotu (cruises of " Marara "). The deep fauna of these regions has so far not been studied : all the species are new for the studied areas or new for Science. In this preliminary issue three new genera are described : Mathildella gen. nov., which includes two species : M. serrata (Sakai) and M. maxima sp. nov. : Beuroisia gen. nov., which includes three species : B. duhameli sp. nov. (forma duhameli and forma tomentosa), B. manquenei sp. nov. and B. major (Sakai) ; and Intesius gen. nov., with one species, I. pilosus sp. nov. Two new species are assigned to the genus Demania : D. serenei sp. nov. and D. garthi sp. nov. ; D. intermedia and D. cultripes are recorded. In the genus Progeryon two new species are described, P. vaubani sp. nov. and P. mararae sp. nov. Three new species of Carcinoplax sensu lato are described : C. microphtalmus sp. nov., C. eurysternum sp. nov. and C. crosnieri sp. nov. The other groups of Brachyura will be studied subsequently.
- Guinot, Danièle, Richer de Forges, Bertrand, 1981, Crabes de profondeur, nouveaux ou rares, de l'Indo-Pacifique (Crustacea, Decapoda, Brachyura) - Deuxième partie, Bulletin du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, 4° série, Section A, 3, 1, 227-260
Jangoux, Michel, Lawrence, John M., 1981, On Tremaster verrill, 1879, an odd genus of recent starfish (Echinodermata: Asteroidea), Echinoderms. Proceedings of the International Echinoderm Conference, 155-163
Résumé [+] [-]The genus Tremaster has several primitve features and show clear relationships with middle Jurassic fossils. Tremasters are unique among recent forms in having internal calcified duct in each interradius. Each duct opens upwards and downwards into the surrounding medium through two interradial apertures. Owing to the presence of these ducts, asteroids presumably are able to change their body shape while having their margin closely appressed to the substrate. Gametes are released into these ducts which can be used as brood chambers. Such internal calcified ducts are assumed to be modified interradial speta.
Zibrowius, Helmut, 1982, Deep-water scleractinian corals from the south-western Indian Ocean with crypts excavated by crabs, presumably Apalocarcinidae, Crustaceana, 43, 2, 113-120
Résumé [+] [-]Scléractiniaires d'eau profonde du sud-ouest de l'océan Indien comportant des loges creusées par des crabes, probablement Hapalocarcinidae. Depuis le 19e siècle on connaît des Hapalocarcinidae associés aux coraux récifaux (coraux "hermatypiques"). Ce n'est que récemment qu'on en a trouvé sur des Scléractiniaires dépourvus de Zooxanthelles. Ces coraux ne font pas partie de la faune récifale et vivent dans des eaux comparativement plus profondes (trois espèces ouest africaines, profondeur environ 50-100 m). Des loges typiques de crabes, creusées probablement par des Hapalocarcinidae, viennent d'être découvertes dans des coraux de profondeurs encore plus grandes: sur une espèce du genre solitaire Trochocyathus (Caryophylliidae) du Natal (165 m) et sur une espèce du genre colonial Enallopsammia (Dendrophylliidae) des Comores (475-530 m) et du sud de Madagascar (620-635 m). Dans les deux espèces hôtes les loges sont creusées par un processus chimique dans le squelette et entourées de dépôts ou d'excroissances anormales à la suite d'une reaction du Scléractiniaire contre la pénétration du crabe.
Crosnier, Alain, 1987, Oplophoridae (Crustacea Decapoda) récoltés de 1971 à 1982 par les navires français dans l’océan Indien occidental sud, Bulletin de Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, Series 4, Section A (Zoology), 9, 3, 695–726
Résumé [+] [-]Collecting from 1971 to 1982 in the South Western Indian Ocean resulted in the collection of 3 I species of Oplophorid Shrimps. Four of them, Acanthephyra frontieri, Heterogenys monnioti, Systellaspis curvispina and S. guillei, are new to Science and six others had never been reported from the Western Indian Ocean. Moreover the synonymy of Acanthephyra gracilipes Chace, 1940, with A. tenuipes Bate, 1888, is proposed and Notostomus rnurrayi Bate, 1888, which had never been reported since its description from a single specimen from the South Atlantic is discussed and illustrated. Finally, the variations of Systellaspis debilis (A. Milne Edwards, 1881) and S. pellucida (Filhol, 1885) are examined partly.
Davie, Peter J. F., Crosnier, Alain, 1991, Crustacea Decapoda: The genus Platepistoma Rathbun, 1906 (Cancridae) with the description of four new species, Résultats des campagnes MUSORSTOM, Mémoires du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, 9, 152, 493-514
Résumé [+] [-]The genus Platepistoma Rathbun, 1906, is reviewed and considered ta be valid and not a subgenus of Cancer Linnaeus, 1758. Three new species are described viz. P. nanum, P. kiribatiense and P. seychellense. They are mainly separated on the distinctness of the carapace regions, extent of dorsal granulation of the carapace, and shape of the telson of the male abdomen. The genus is considered to contain seven species, and a key is provided. The name Platepistorna anaglyptum Balss, 1922, is resurrected and the synonymy clarified. Cancer balssii Zarenkov, 1990, is placed in Platepistoma. Cancer (Glebocarcinus) Nations, 1975, is also considered a valid taxon and provisionally allowed to remain as a subgenus of Cancer; it contains at least Cancer oregonensis Rathbun, 1898, and C. amphioetus Rathbun, 1898. Platepistoma is restricted to deeper water, mostly greater than 350 m, in the Indo-West Pacific Oceans, and this is briefly discussed in relation to recent biogeographic theories.
Guinot, Danièle, Richer de Forges, Bertrand, Crosnier, Alain, 1995, Crustacea Decapoda Brachyura : Révision de la famille des Homolidae de Haan, 1839, Résultats des campagnes MUSORSTOM, Mémoires du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, 13, 163, 283-517
Résumé [+] [-]Crustacea Decapoda Brachyura : Revision of the family Homolidae de Haan, 1839. Collections made by scientists from ORSTOM and during French expeditions, resulting from the cooperation of ORSTOM and the Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, in the upper bathyal zone of the Indo-West-Pacific (Madagascar, Seychelles, Indonesia, the Philippines, New Caledonia, Chesterfield Islands, Wallis and Futuna Islands) have accumulated abundant crustacean material. We have added to it the collections by various Australian, German and Soviet expeditions in regions poorly explored until now. We have studied also specimens taken by deep traps near atolls in French Polynesia and in french Anfilles. We have also been able to examine almost all the Homolidae deposited in the large museums of the world, reference and unidentified collections, and thereby to prepare an account of the Hawaiian, Japanese, Indian, African, South African and American faunas. From all these collections it has been possible to revise and restructure the Homolidae world-wide. Examination of all type specimens has been necessary, as has that of all specimens mentioned in the literature; practically all references and all identifications have been verified. The Homolidae comprise now 14 genera, studied in terms of their phylogenetic affinities : eight genera already known (Homola Leach, Paromolopsis Wood-Mason, Paromola Wood-Mason, Latreillopsis Henderson, Homolochunia Doflein, Hypsophrys Wood-Mason, Homolomannia Ihle, Homologenus A. Milne Edwards) ; two former subgenera elevated to generic rank (Homolax Alcock, Moloha Bamard) ; and four new genera (Dagnaudus, Ihlopsis, Yaldwynopsis, Gordonopsis). Until now quite poor in species, the family now contains in the whole 57 species : it is increased by 17 new species ; in addition, about ten uncertain species are leaven apart. In the cases of two genera considered amphi-Atiantic, Homola and Homologenus, a new taxon is described ; Homola minima sp. Nov. Is separated from H. barbata (Fabricius), typically Mediterranean ; and Homologenus boucheti sp. Nov. Is separated from H. rostratus (A. Milne Edwards), from the American Atlantic. Three other new species are added to Homola : H. eldredgei, H. coriolisi and H. ranunculus. The genus Paromola is confined to some species close to P. cuvieri (Risso) and two new taxa are added : P. bathyalis and P. crosnieri. Six species are attributed to Moloha of which the former is the type species M. alcocki (Stebbing), another one the ancient Latreillopsis major of KUBO (validated) ; it is augmented by two new species, M. alisae and M. grandperrini, and also The genus Latreillopsis receives three new species : L. daviei, L. cornuta and L. antennata. The new genus Ihlopsis includes, besides I. multispinosa (Ihle) (formely in Latreillopsis), one new species, I. tirardi. A third species, H. gadaletae, is added to Homolochunia. Only one species is added to Hypsophrys, H. futuna, but the genus is certainly more diverse. Three new species, H. boucheti, H. levii and H. wallis are described in the genus Homologenus. The genus Homolax, poorly known, is well defined. For each genus adiagnosis, an illustration of the principal characteristics and homologies, plus a key to all species are given. Each genus has been strictly redefined with respect to its type species and to all its species. For the numerous poorly known species a description or summary of characters differentiating it from the nearest taxon is presented H has been made by a synthetic study of all important morphological criteria ; we have reviewed all the principal arrangements and structures of Homolidae to understand their homologies and reach rigorous the nomenclature of the grooves and ornamentation of the carapace which have been often confused in the past. Some phylogenetic hypotheses are briefly presented. The place of the Homolidae in Homoloidea is commented on with a key to the three members of the superfamily. Short remarks, which will be completed in another work, on fossil representatives are outlined. Lastly, geographic and bathymétrie distribution of the genera and species are discussed. Each species is represented often with drawings and always by several photographs.
Macpherson, Enrique, de Saint Laurent, Michèle, 2002, On the Genus Munida Leach, 1820 (Decapoda, Galatheidae) from the Western and Southern Indian Ocean, with the Description of Four New Species, Crustaceana, 75, 3/4, 465-484
Résumé [+] [-]We studied species of the genus Munida Leach collected during several cruises carried out off the Reunion and Aldabra Islands (western Indian Ocean) and Crozet, Saint Paul and New Amsterdam Islands (southern Indian Ocean). Four new species (M. foresti, M. muscae, M. shaula, and M. spicae) are described and illustrated and the taxonomic position of additional material from the John Murray Expedition is also discussed. A key to the species of the genus Munida from the western and southern Indian Ocean is also included.
Hayashi, Ken-Ichi, Richer de Forges, Bertrand, Justine, Jean-Lou, 2006, Revision of the Pasiphaea alcocki species group (Crustacea, Decapoda, Pasiphaeidae), Tropical Deep-Sea Benthos, Mémoires du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, 24, 193, 193-241
Résumé [+] [-]The Pasiphaea alcocki species group is treated herewith, as the third group of the genus Pasiphaea Savigny, 1816. The group is primarily characterized by a deeply concave posterior margin of the telson and the distinctly carinate dorsal margin of the carapace and abdomen. The meri of the first and second pereopods are always armed with many spines, and the ischium and/or basis of the second pereopods are sometimes armed with spines. The group comprises 17 species including two new species both from MUSORSTOM material, Pasiphaea ledoyeri n. sp. and Pasiphaea major n. sp., which are large size species. P. berentsae Kensley, Tranter & Griffin, 1987 is proved to be a junior synonym of P. barnardi Yaldwyn, 1971. P. balssi Burukovsky&Romensky, 1987 is probably a junior synonym of P. rathbunae (Stebbing 1914a). A key to the species of P. alcocki group is presented. Each species is diagnosed and most species are redescribed and/or figured.
Cabezas, Patricia, Macpherson, Enrique, Machordom, Annie, 2010, Taxonomic revision of the genus Paramunida Baba, 1988 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Galatheidae): a morphological and molecular approach., Zootaxa, 2712, 1-60
Résumé [+] [-]The genus Paramunida belongs to the family Galatheidae, one of the most species rich families among anomuran decapod crustaceans. In spite of the genus has received substantial taxonomic attention, subtle morphological variations observed in numerous samples suggest the existence of undescribed species. The examination of many specimens collected during recent expeditions and morphological and molecular comparisons with previously described species have revelaled the existence of eleven new lineages. All of them are distinguished by subtle and constant morphological differences, which are in agreement with molecular divergences reported for the mitochondrial markers ND1 and 16S rRNA. Here, we describe and illustrate the new species, providing brief redescriptions for the previously known species, and a dichotomous identification key for all species in the genus.
Cabezas, Patricia, Sanmartín, Isabel, Paulay, Gustav, Macpherson, Enrique, Machordom, Annie, 2012, Deep under the sea: unraveling the evolutionary history of the deep-sea squat lobster Paramunida (Decapoda, Munididae), Evolution, 66, 6, 1878-1896
doi: 10.1111/j.1558-5646.2011.01560.x Résumé [+] [-]The diversification of Indo-Pacific marine fauna has long captivated the attention of evolutionary biologists. Previous studies have mainly focused on coral reef or shallow water-associated taxa. Here, we present the first attempt to reconstruct the evolutionary historyphylogeny, diversification, and biogeographyof a deep-water lineage. We sequenced the molecular markers 16S, COI, ND1, 18S, and 28S for nearly 80% of the nominal species of the squat lobster genus Paramunida. Analyses of the molecular phylogeny revealed an accelerated diversification in the late OligoceneMiocene followed by a slowdown in the rate of lineage accumulation over time. A parametric biogeographical reconstruction showed the importance of the southwest Pacific area, specifically the island arc of Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, Wallis, and Futuna, for diversification of squat lobsters, probably associated with the global warming, high tectonic activity, and changes in oceanic currents that took place in this region during the OligoceneMiocene period. These results add strong evidence to the hypothesis that the Neogene was a period of major diversification for marine organisms in both shallow and deep waters.
Mah, Christopher, Neill, Kate, Eléaume, Marc, Foltz, David, 2014, New species and global revision of Hippasteria (Hippasterinae: Goniasteridae; Asteroidea; Echinodermata): Hippasteria revision, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, 171, 2, 422-456
doi: 10.1111/zoj.12131 Résumé [+] [-]A molecular phylogenetic analysis of the genus Hippasteria, rooted against Evoplosoma, has provided the basis for taxonomic revisions and provided insight into the biogeography of a widely occurring, cold-water group of corallivorous asteroids. Herein, we describe three new species, Hippasteria mcknighti sp. nov., Hippasteria muscipula sp. nov., and Hippasteria tiburoni sp. nov., from deep-water settings. Additionally, in light of taxonomic changes, we further elaborate on distribution data for multiple species. Range extensions for Hippasteria phrygiana and Hippasteria californica are included. Discussions about biogeography, cladogenic events, and morphology are also presented.(c) 2014 The Linnean Society of London
Aznar-Cormano, Laetitia, Brisset, J., Chan, Tin‐Yam, Corbari, Laure, Puillandre, Nicolas, Utgé, José, Zbinden, M., Zuccon, D., Samadi, S., 2015, An improved taxonomic sampling is a necessary but not sufficient condition for resolving inter-families relationships in Caridean decapods, Genetica, 143, 2, 195-205
doi: 10.1007/s10709-014-9807-0 Résumé [+] [-]During the past decade, a large number of multi-gene analyses aimed at resolving the phylogeneticrelationships within Decapoda. However relationships among families, and even among sub-families, remain poorly defined. Most analyses used an incomplete and opportunistic sampling of species, but also an incomplete and opportunistic gene selection among those available for Decapoda. Here we test in the Caridea if improving the taxonomic coverage following the hierarchical scheme of the classification, as it is currently accepted, provides a better phylogenetic resolution for the inter-families relationships. The rich collections of the Muse´um National d’Histoire Naturelle de Paris are used for sampling as far as possible at least two species of two different genera for each family or subfamily. All potential markers are tested over this sampling. For some coding genes the amplification success varies greatly among taxa and the phylogenetic signal is highly saturated. This result probably explains the taxon-heterogeneity among previously published studies. The analysis is thus restricted to the genes homogeneously amplified over the whole sampling. Thanks to the taxonomic sampling scheme the monophyly of most families is confirmed. However the genes commonly used in Decapoda appear non-adapted for clarifying inter-families relationships, which remain poorly resolved. Genome-wide analyses, like transcriptome-based exon capture facilitated by the new generation sequencing methods might provide a sounder approach to resolve deep and rapid radiations like the Caridea.
Macpherson, Enrique, Rodríguez-Flores, Paula C., Machordom, Annie, 2017, New sibling species and new occurrences of squat lobsters (Crustacea, Decapoda) from the western Indian Ocean, European Journal of Taxonomy, 343, 1-61