Erugosquilla massavensis((Kossmann, 1880))


Details
Author:
(Kossmann, 1880)
Ecofunctional Group:
Demersal Crustacea
Origin:
Indian W
First Mediterranean Sighting:
1933
First Mediterranean Ciatation:
Swennen, 1961: Turkey
Invasive Characteristic:
Yes
Donor Area:
--
Pathway/Vector:
Corridor: Suez Canal, ,
Establishement/Success:
invasive
Photo
Image not Avialble
Synonyms
Squilla africana,
Taxonomy
Kingdom : Animalia, Phylum : Arthropoda, Class : Malacostraca, Order : Stomatopoda, Family : Squillidae,
Distribution
Country Regional Sea First Area Sighting Area Success Type MSFD First Area Citation contribution latitude longitude
Egypt Levantine 1933 established East Mediterranean Steuer, 1936
Greece Aegean Sea 1963 established East Mediterranean Dounas & Steudel, 1994
Israel Levantine <1938 established East Mediterranean Steuer, 1938
Lebanon Levantine 1961 established East Mediterranean Holthuis, 1961
Libya Libyan Sea <2006 unknown Central Mediterranean Shakman & Kinzelbach, 2007
Palestine Authority Levantine 1936 unknown East Mediterranean Steuer, 1936
Syria Levantine un unknown East Mediterranean Hassan & Noel, 2007
Turkey Aegean Sea 2007 established East Mediterranean Ozcan et al., 2008
Turkey Levantine 1959 established East Mediterranean Holthuis, 1961
Turkey Marmara 2002 established East Mediterranean Katagan et al., 2004
Cyprus Levantine 1956 established East Mediterranean Ingle, 1963

Distribution Map
Literature
  • Shakman & Kinzelbach, 2007. Distribution and characterization of Lessepsian migrant fishes along the coast of Libya. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria, 37,1: 7-15, ( CMEDLBYLIB-L1239 )
  • Ingle, R.W., 1963. Crustacea Stomatopoda from the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. In: Contributions to the knowledge of the Red Sea 26. Bulletin Sea Fisheries Research Station (Haifa) 33: 1-69, ( EMEDCYPLEV-L1234 )
  • Steuer A., 1936. Cumacea und Stomatopoda von Alexandrien in Agypten. Notizen des Deutsch-Italienischen Institutes fur Meeresbiologie in Rovigno d'Istria 21: 1–1, ( EMEDEGYLEV-L1235 )
  • Dounas C, Steudel C, 1994. Stomatopod Crustacea from the Island of Crete. Crustaceana, 66: 252-254., ( EMEDGRCAEG-L1236 )
  • Steuer A., 1938. Cumacea, Stomatopoda, Leptostraca. In The fishery grounds near Alexandria, 16. Hydrobiology and fisheries directorate notes and memoirs (Cairo) 26: 1-16, ( EMEDISRLEV-L1237 )
  • Holthuis, L. B., 1961. Report on a collection of crustacea decapoda and stomatopoda from Turkey and the Balkans. Zoologische Verhandelingen, 47: 1-67., ( EMEDLBNLEV-L1238 )
  • Steuer A., 1936. Cumacea und Stomatopoda von Alexandrien in Agypten. Notizen des Deutsch-Italienischen Institutes fur Meeresbiologie in Rovigno d'Istria 21: 1–1, ( EMEDPALLEV-L1240 )
  • Hassan H. & Noel, P.Y., 2007. Introduced marine Crustacea Decapoda and Stomatopoda in Syria: an overview and recent data the 15th International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species, September 23 to 27, 2007, Nijmegen, Netherlands, ( EMEDSYRLEV-L1241 )
  • Ozcan, T., Ates, A.S. & Katagan, T., 2008. Expanding distribution and occurence of the Indo-Pacific Stomatopod, Erugosquilla massavensis (Kossmann, 1880) on the Aegean Sea Coast of Turkey. Mediterranean Marine Science, 9: 117–120., ( EMEDTURAEG-L1244 )
  • Holthuis, L. B., 1961. Report on a collection of crustacea decapoda and stomatopoda from Turkey and the Balkans. Zoologische Verhandelingen, 47: 1-67., ( EMEDTURLEV-L1242 )
  • Katagan, T., Kocatas, A., Zengin, M., Ates, A.S., 2004. An indopasific Stomatopod from the sea of Marmara: Erugosquilla massavensis (Kossmann, 1880). Crustaceana 77 (3): 381-383., ( EMEDTURMAR-L1243 )