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Malacostraca - Peracarida

ISOPODA - EPICARIDEA

IDALINA MARIA BRASIL-LIMA

Museu Nacional

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Suborder Epicaridea Latreille, 1831

Family Bopyridae Rafinesque, 1815

Subfamily Pseudioninae Codreanu, 1967

Genus Pleurocrypta Hesse, 1865

Pleurocrypta meridionalis Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1975

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1975a: 129.

Description and diagnosis : Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1975a: 129.

References: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1975a: 129, figs. 1-11.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SP).

Comments: Parasite of Munida sp.

Genus Parione Richardson, 1904



Parione tropica Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1975

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1975b: 101.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1975b: 101.

References: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1975b: 101, figs. 1-11.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (PB, PE).

Comments: Parasite of Upogebia omissa Gomes Corrêa.

Genus Aporobopyrus Nobili, 1906



Aporobopyrus curtatus (Richardson, 1904)

Synonymy: Markham, 1975a: 257; Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980a: 1.

Description and diagnosis: Markham, 1975a: 257; Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980a: 1.

References: Lemos de Castro, 1965a: 177, figs. 1-10; Markham, 1975a: 257, figs. 1-3; 1988: 22; Bourdon, 1976: 166, figs. 6-9; Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980a: 1, figs. 1-15; Coelho & Koening, 1972: 256; Duarte & Morgado, 1983: 3, fig. 10.

Geographic distribution: Northwest Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (PA, CE, PB, PE, BA, RJ, SP, PR).




Comments: Parasite of the type (Florida) is Petrolisthes armatus (Gibbes). Other hosts: Petrolisthes sp., P. galathinus (Gibbes), P. quadratus, P. politus, Pachycheles greeleyi (Rathbun), P. ackleianus Milne-Edwards, and Porcelana sayana (Leach).

Genus Pleurocryptosa Nierstrasz & Brender à Brandis, 1929



Pleurocryptosa calypso Bourdon, 1976

Synonymy: Bourdon, 1976: 193.

Description and diagnosis: Bourdon, 1976: 193.

References: Bourdon, 1976: 193, figs. 16-17.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (RN).

Comments: Parasite of Pachycheles achleianus (Milne Edwards).

Genus Progebiophilus Codreanu & Codreanu, 1963



Progebiophilus upogebiae (Hay, 1917)

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro, 1965b: 11; Markham, 1988: 9.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro, 1965b: 11; Markham, 1988: 9.

References: Lemos de Castro, 1965b: 11, figs. 1-11; Markham, 1988: 9, fig. 3.

Geographic distribution: West Atlantic. Brazil (CE , RN).

Comments: Parasite of the type (North Carolina) is Upogebia affinis (Say). Other hosts: Upogebia omissa Gomes Corrêa and Upogebia sp.

Genus Assymetrione Codreanu, Codreanu & Pike, 1965



Assymetrione desultor Markham, 1975

Synonymy: Markham, 1975b: 225; Bourdon, 1979: 143.

Description and diagnosis: Markham, 1975b: 225; Bourdon, 1979: 143.

References: Forest & de Saint Laurent, 1967: 74; Markham, 1975b: 225, figs. 1-4, tab. 1; 1985: 108; 1988: 7; Bourdon, 1979: 143.

Geographic distribution: Northwest Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (BA).

Comments: Parasite of the type (Florida) is Pagurus stimpsoni (Schimitt). Other hosts: Paguristhes tortugae Schimitt, P. longicarpus Say, P. provenzanoi Forest & de St. Laurent, P. brevidactilus, Pylopagurus sp, Thalassia testudinum Koning & Sims, Thalassia sp., Periclimenes americanus, and Iridopagurus sp.

Genus Castrione Brasil-Lima, 1980



Castrione longicaudata Brasil-Lima, 1980

Synonymy: Brasil-Lima, 1980: 121.

Description and diagnosis: Brasil-Lima, 1980: 121.

References: Brasil-Lima, 1980: 121, figs. 1-14.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (AP, PA).

Comments: Parasite of Marcusiaxius lemoscastroi Rodrigues & Carvalho and Metionaxius sp.

Subfamily Yoninae H. Milne Edwards, 1840 emend. Codreanu, 1967

Genus Leidya Cornalia & Panceri, 1858

Leidya distorta (Leidy, 1855)

Synonymy: Bourdon & Bowman, 1970: 410; Lemos de Castro 1973: 1.

Description and diagnosis: Bourdon & Bowman, 1970: 410; Lemos de Castro 1973: 1.

References: Lemos de Castro 1973: 1, figs. 1-3.

Geographic distribution: Northwest Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (CE, RN, PE, RJ).

Comments: Parasite of the type (New Jersey) is Uca pugilator (Bosc). Other hosts: Ucides cordatus (Linnaeus), Uca pugnax (Smith) and U. (Minuca) leptodactyla Rathbun, U. minax (Le Conte), U. vocator Ortmann, and Uca sp.

Genus Grapsicepon Giard & Bonnier, 1888



Grapsicepon edwardsi Giard & Bonnier, 1887

Synonymy: Bonnier, 1900: 262, pl. 3, figs. 1-9; Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980b: 117.

Description and diagnosis: Giard & Bonnier, 1887: 69; Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980b: 117.

References: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980b: 117, figs. 11-16.

Geographic distribution: Caribbean Sea and Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (PI).

Comments: Parasite of the type (Sargassum Sea, Antilles) is Planes minutus (Linnaeus). Other host: Euriplax nitida Stimpson.

Genus Hemicepon Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980



Hemicepon mülleri Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro & Brasil Lima, 1980b: 115.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980b: 115.

References; Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980b: 115, figs. 1-10.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (RJ).

Comments: Parasite of Upogebia brasiliensis Holthuis.

Subfamily Bopyrinae Rafinesque, 1885 emend. Codreanu, 1967

Genus Bopyrina Kossmann, 1881

Bopyrina abbreviata Richardson, 1904

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980c: 1; Markham 1985: 55.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980c: 1; Markham 1985: 55.

References: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980c: 1, figs. 11-16; Markham 1985: 55, figs. 22-24.

Geographic distribution: Northwest Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SP, SC).

Comments: Parasite of the type (Florida) is Hyppolite zoostericola (Smith). Other hosts: H. curacaoensis Smith and H. pleuracanthus (Stimpson).

Genus Probopyrus Giard & Bonnier, 1888



Probopyrus bithynis Richardson, 1904

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 214; Markham, 1985: 27.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 214; Markham, 1985: 27.

References: Cordero, 1937: 10; Carvalho, 1942: 129; Coelho & Koening, 1972: 256, tab. 1; Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 214, figs. 7-19; Dale & Anderson, 1982: 392, figs. 1-4, tabs. 1-2, 4. Markham, 1985: 27, figs. 7-10.

Geographic distribution: Fresh waters of North, Central, and South America. Brazil (AM, PA, MA, CE, RN, PB, PE, RJ, RS).

Comments: Parasite of the type (New Orleans) is Macrobrachium ohione (Smith). Other hosts: M. acanthurus (Wiegmann), M. amazonicum (Heller), M. bonelli (Nobilli), M. ohione (Smith), M. olfersi (Wiegmann), Macrobrachium sp, Palaemon (Palaeander) northropi Hankin, P. (Palaemon) pandaliformis (Stimpson). Palaemonetes (Palaemonetes) argentinus Nobilli, and P. vulgaris (Say).

Probopyrus floridensis Richardson, 1904

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 212; Markham, 1985: 27.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 212; Markham, 1985: 27.

References: Carvalho, 1942: 125, figs. 1-10; Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 212, figs. 1-6; Markham 1985: 27, figs. 7-10; Dale & Anderson, 1982: 392, figs. 2, 7, tabs. 1-4.

Geographic distribution: West Atlantic. Brazil (ES, SP).

Comments: Parasite of the type (Florida) is Palaemonetes exilipes Stimpson. Other hosts: Palaemonetes paludosus Gibbes and an unidentified palaemonid.

Probopyrus palaemoni Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 216.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 216.

References: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 216, figs. 20-26.

Geographic distribution: West Atlantic. Brazil (RJ).

Comments: Parasite of the type is Palaemon (Palaemon) pandaliformis (Stimpson). Other hosts: P. paludosus.

Genus Bopyrella Bonnier, 1900



Bopyrella harmopleon Bowmann, 1956

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro, 1965c: 283; Markham, 1988: 40.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro, 1965c: 283; Markham, 1988: 40.

References: Lemos de Castro, 1965c: 283, figs. 1-5; Christoffersen, 1979: 334; Bourdon, 1980: 187, tab. 5; Duarte & Morgado, 1983: 3, fig. 9; Markham, 1985: 66; 1988: 40.

Geographic distribution: Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean Sea, and Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SP).

Comments: Parasite of the type (Venezuela) is Synalpheus brevicarpus (Herrick). Other hosts: S. brevicarpus, S. fritzmuelleri, S. hemphilli Coutiére, S. minus (Say), and Synalpheus sp.

Genus Urobopyrus Richardson, 1904



Urobopyrus processae Richardson, 1904

Synonymy: Bourdon, 1968: 133; Markham, 1985: 21.

Description and diagnosis: Bourdon, 1968: 133; Markham, 1985: 21.

References: Richardson, 1904: 86, fig. 92; Coelho & Koening, 1972: 256, tab. 1; Markham, 1985: 21, figs. 5-6; 1988: 39.

Geographic distribution: Mediterranean Sea, Northeast Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, Gulf of Mexico, and Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (PB).

Comments: Parasite of the type (Brazil) is Processa fimbriata Manning & Chace. Other hosts: Ambidexter symmetricus Manning & Chace, Processa canalicutata Leach, P. edulis Manning & Chace, P. tenuipes Manning & Chace, and P. acutirostris Manning & Chace.

Genus Probopyrinella Nierstrasz & Brender à Brandis, 1929



Brobopyrinella heardi Adkison, 1984

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980c: 1; Markham, 1988: 37.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980c: 1; Markham, 1988: 37.

References: Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1980c: 1, figs. 11-16; Christoffersen: 1982: 96; Markham, 1988: 37, fig. 15.

Geographic distribution: West Atlantic. Brazil (BA, ES, SP).

Comments: Parasite of Latreutes parvulus (Stimpson).

Genus Parabopyrella Markham, 1985



Parabopyrella lata (Nierstrarsz & Brender à Brandis, 1929)

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro, 1965c: 284; Markham, 1985: 68.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro, 1965c: 284; Markham, 1985: 68.

References: Lemos de Castro, 1965c: 284, figs. 6-13; Bourdon, 1980: 199, fig. 6; Markham, 1985: 68, figs. 29-30.

Geographic distribution: Northwest Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (RJ, SP).

Comments: Parasite of the type (Antilles) is an unidentified alpheid. Other hosts: Alpheus armillatus H. Milne Edwards, A. normanni Kingsley, and Upogebia affinis (Say).

Genus Probopyria Markham, 1985



Probopyria alphei (Richardson, 1900)

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro, 1965c: 283; Markham, 1988: 39.

Description and diagnosis: Richardson 1904: 71; Markham, 1985: 42.

References: Müller, 1871: 68; Richardson, 1900: 158, figs. 3-4; Lemos de Castro, 1965c: 283, figs. 14-23; Lemos de Castro & Brasil-Lima, 1974: 210; Markham, 1985: 42, figs. 15-16; 1988: 39.

Geographic distribution: Northwest Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (MA, PB, SC).

Comments: Parasite of the type (Brazil) is Alpheus heterochaelis Say. Other hosts: A. normanni Kingsley, A. viridari (Armstrong), and Alpheus sp.

Subfamily Athelginae Codreanu & Codreanu, 1956

Genus Anathelges Giard & Bonnier, 1900

Anathelges resupinatus F. Müller, 1871

Synonymy: Müller, 1871: 57; Bonnier, 1900: 169.

Description and diagnosis: Müller, 1871: 57; Bonnier, 1900: 169.

References: Müller, 1871: 57, figs. 4-9, pl. 3; Bonnier, 1900: 169.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SC).

Comments: Parasite of Pagurus sp.

Genus Pseudostegias Shiino, 1933



Pseudostegias atlantica Lemos de Castro, 1965

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro, 1965d: 105.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro, 1965d: 105.

References: Lemos de Castro 1965d: 105, figs. 1-9.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (CE, AL).

Comments: Parasite of Clibanarius sp.

Family Entoniscidae F. Müller, 1862

Genus Entoniscus Müller, 1862

Entoniscus creplinii Giard & Bonnier, 1887

Synonymy: Giard & Bonnier, 1887: 236; Bonnier, 1900: 169.

Description and diagnosis: Giard & Bonnier, 1887: 236; Bonnier, 1900: 227.

References: Giard & Bonnier, 1887: 236, pl. 5; Bonnier, 1900: 227.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SC).

Comments: Parasite of Porcellana creplinii F. Müller.
Entoniscus porcellanae F. Müller, 1862

Synonymy: Müller, 1862: 87; 1871: 53.

Description and diagnosis: Müller, 1862: 87; 1864: 49; 1871: 53; Moller, 1915: 147.

References: Müller, 1862: 87; 1864: 49; 1871: 53, figs. 1-3; Bonnier, 1900: 169; Moller, 1915: 147, pl. 18.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SC).

Comments: Parasite of Porcellana sp.

Genus Entione Kossman, 1881



Entione achaei F. Müller, 1871

Synonymy: Müller, 1871: 53; Bonnier, 1900: 227; Giard & Bonnier, 1887: 237.

Description and diagnosis: Müller, 1871: 53; Bonnier, 1900: 227; Giard & Bonnier, 1887: 237.

References: Müller, 1871: 53, figs. 1-3; Bonnier, 1900: 227.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SC).

Comments: Parasite of Achaeus sp.

Genus Cancrion Giard & Bonnier, 1887



Cancrion cancrorum F. Müller, 1871

Synonymy: Müller, 1915: 385; Bonnier, 1900: 169; Giard & Bonnier, 1887: 239.

Description and diagnosis: Müller, 1915: 385; Bonnier, 1900: 169; Giard & Bonnier, 1887: 239.

References: Müller, 1915: 385, figs. 1-3; Bonnier, 1900: 169.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SC).

Comments: Parasite of Xantho sp.

Family Microniscidae F. Müller, 1871

Genus Microniscus F. Müller, 1871

Microniscus fuscus F. Müller

Synonymy: Müller, 1971: 65; Bonnier, 1900: 178.

Description and diagnosis: Müller, 1971: 65; Bonnier, 1900: 178.

References: Müller, 1971: 65, fig. 20, pl. 4; Bonnier, 1900: 178, figs. 24-26.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SC).

Comments: Parasite of unidentified calanoid copepod. This genus is considered an intermediate larval stage between the larval forms of Epicaridium and Cryptoniscium.

Family Cabiropsidae Kossmann, 1874

Genus Cabirops Kossmann, 1874

Cabirops lobiformis Lemos de Castro, 1970

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro, 1970: 4.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro, 1970: 4.

References: Lemos de Castro, 1970: 4, pls. 1-2.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (RJ).

Comments: Parasite of Probopyrus sp., which is parasitic in the branchial chamber of Palaemon (Palaemon) pandaliformis Stimpson.

Cabirops pseudioni Lemos de Castro, 1970

Synonymy: Lemos de Castro, 1970: 3.

Description and diagnosis: Lemos de Castro, 1970: 3.

References: Lemos de Castro, 1970: 3, pls. 1-2.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (CE).

Comments: Parasite of Progebiophilus upogebiae (Hay), which is parasitic in the branchial chamber of Upogebia omissa Gomes Corrêa.
Family Cryptoniscidae Gerstaecker, 1882

Genus Liriopsis Schultze, 1859



Liriopsis planarioides F. Müller, 1871

Synonymy: Müller, 1915: 390; Bonnier, 1900: 197.

Description and diagnosis: Müller, 1915: 390; Bonnier, 1900: 197.

References: Müller, 1915: 390, pl. 37, figs. 12-19; Bonnier, 1900: 197.

Geographic distribution: Southwest Atlantic. Brazil (SC).

Comments: Parasite of Peltogaster purpureus F. Müller (Cirripedia Rhizocephala), which is parasitic of an unidentified hermit crab.

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