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Depth range

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Approximately 5600–9104 m. These records represent the shallowest and deepest known certain depths in the literature for B. schellenbergi. Records of 0–8129 m over a bottom depth of 10437 m (Birstein and Vinogradov 1960) are excluded as this equates only to length cabled out during mid-water trawls, thus the exact depth of capture is unknown.
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bibliographic citation
Kilgallen, N. M.; Lowry, J. K. (2015). A review of the scopelocheirid amphipods (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Lysianassoidea), with the description of new taxa from Australian waters. <em>Zoosystematics and Evolution.</em> 91(1), 1-43. Kilgallen, N. M.; Lowry, J. K. (2015). A review of the scopelocheirid amphipods (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Lysianassoidea), with the description of new taxa from Australian waters. <em>Zoosystematics and Evolution.</em> 91(1), 1-43.
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Horton, Tammy [email]
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Horton, Tammy [email]

Distribution

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Indian Ocean: Java Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1964). North Pacific Ocean: Kurile-Kamchatka Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1958, Birstein and Vinogradov 1970); Japan Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1958, Nagata 1963). South Pacific Ocean: Kermadec Trench (Dahl 1959, Blankenship et al. 2006); New Hebrides Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1960, current study); Tonga Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1960, Blankenship and Levin 2007, Jamieson et al. 2011). ?North Atlantic Ocean: Puerto Rico Trench (Schellenberg 1955). ?South Atlantic Ocean: Orkney Trench (Vinogradov and Vinogradov 1993).
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cc-by-4.0
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WoRMS Editorial Board
bibliographic citation
Kilgallen, N. M.; Lowry, J. K. (2015). A review of the scopelocheirid amphipods (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Lysianassoidea), with the description of new taxa from Australian waters. <em>Zoosystematics and Evolution.</em> 91(1), 1-43. Kilgallen, N. M.; Lowry, J. K. (2015). A review of the scopelocheirid amphipods (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Lysianassoidea), with the description of new taxa from Australian waters. <em>Zoosystematics and Evolution.</em> 91(1), 1-43.
contributor
Horton, Tammy [email]
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Horton, Tammy [email]

Distribution

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Indian Ocean: Java Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1964). North Pacific Ocean: Kurile-Kamchatka Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1958, Birstein and Vinogradov 1970); Japan Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1958, Nagata 1963). South Pacific Ocean: Kermadec Trench (Dahl 1959, Blankenship et al. 2006); New Hebrides Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1960, current study); Tonga Trench (Birstein and Vinogradov 1960, Blankenship and Levin 2007, Jamieson et al. 2011). ?North Atlantic Ocean: Puerto Rico Trench (Schellenberg 1955). ?South Atlantic Ocean: Orkney Trench (Vinogradov and Vinogradov 1993).
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Niamh M. Kilgallen, James K. Lowry
bibliographic citation
Kilgallen N, Lowry J (2015) A review of the scopelocheirid amphipods (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Lysianassoidea), with the description of new taxa from Australian waters Zoosystematics and Evolution 91(1): 1–43
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Niamh M. Kilgallen
author
James K. Lowry