The Distribution and Type Localities of Thai Cave Fauna: Part Three: Isopoda

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This third part covers the isopods that have been identified and described from Thai caves.
 
Cymothoida: Cirolanidae
 
Annina fustis Bowamn & Iliffe, 1991
 
The type locality is PH0001 Tham Ruesi: Phang Nga: Muang Phang Nga N08.437713° E098.518049° Altitude: 5 m
The only other record for this species is from mangroves in Singapore.

 
Oniscidea: Armadillidae
 
Armadillo infuscatus Budde-Lund, 1902
 
The type and only known locality is Gua Janat: Yala: Muang Yala. The whereabouts of this cave is unknown and there have been no further records of this species since the type series was collected in 1899.

 
Troglodillo emarginatus Jackson, 1937
 
The type and only known locality for this species is LA0001 Tham Pha Thai: Lampang: Ngao: Tham Pha Thai National Park: Ban Thak  N18.607292° E099.469964° Altitude: 400 m
 
 
Oniscidea: Oniscidae
 
Exalloniscus beroni Taiti & Ferrara, 1988
 
The type and only known locality is CM0001 Tham Chiang Dao: Chiang Mai: Chiang Dao: Ban Tham N19.393904° E098.927781° Altitude: 406 m
 
Exalloniscus thailandensis Dalens, 1987
 
The type locality is MH0099 Tham Nam Ru Hua Koa: Mae Hong Son: Muang Mae Hong Son; Ban Mok Jum Pae N19.423227° E097.984334° Altitude: 300 m
 
Oniscidea: Styloniscidae
 
Indoniscus deharvengi Dalens, 1987
 
The type locality is MH0099 Tham Nam Ru Hua Koa: Mae Hong Son: Muang Mae Hong Son; Ban Mok Jum Pae N19.423227° E097.984334° Altitude: 300 m
 
Thailandoniscus annae  Dalens, 1989
 
The type and only known locality is PH0007 Tham Tapan: Phang Nga: Muang Phang Nga; Thai Chang: Wat Tham Tapan N08.455047° E098.528012° Altitude: 39 m
 
 
Asellota: Stenasellidae
 
 Stenasellus bedosae Magniez, 1991
 
The type and only known locality is ST0004 Tham Phanthurat 1: Surat Thani: Phanom: Ban Bang Pru: Wat Tham Phanthurat N08.900362° E098.525227° Altitude: 130 m
 
Stenasellus brignolii Pesce & Argano, 1981
 
This species was described from freshwater wells on Phuket. It has been provisionally recorded from the following caves:
PH0035 Tham Phet: Phang Nga: Thap Phut: Ban Tham Thong Lang: Khao Nang Hong N08.546251° E098.577459° Altitude: 100 m
PH0007 Tham Tapan: Phang Nga: Muang Phang Nga: Wat Tham Tapan N08.4550467° E098.528012° Altitude: 39 m
 
Stenasellus deharvengi Magniez, 1991
 
The type and only known locality is CH0012 Tham Kaeo: Chaiyaphum: Phakdi Chumphon: Tapo-Huai Yai Wildlife Sanctuary: Ban Tham Keao N15.974169° E101.410217° Altitude: 355 m

Stenasellus rigali Magniez, 1991

The type and only known locality is KK0004 Tham Nayn Noi: Khon Kaen: Chum Phae: Phu Pha Man National Park: Phu Tham Pu 4 N16.829244° E101.984878° Altitude: 359 m
 
Stenasellus mongnatei Magniez & Pantivong, 2005
 
The type locality is SB0135 Tham Nam: Saraburi: Kaeng Khoi: Khao Phutthabut Noi.
This species has also been found in nearby surface streams.
 
 
References:
 
  1. Annandale, Nelson, Coggin-Brown, John & Gravely, Frederic Henry (1913) "The Limestone Caves of Burma & The Malay Peninsula" Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal Vol. 9 No. 10 pp391-423
  2. Bowman, Thomas E. & Iliffe, Thomas, M. (1991) "Annina fustis, A New Isopod from Phang Nga, Thailand (Crustacea: Isopoda: Cirolanidae)" Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington Vol. 104 No. 2 pp247-252
  3. Budde-Lund, Gustav (1902) “A List of the Terrestial Isopods” in Lanchester, W.F. (1902) “On the Crustacea collected during the 'Skeat Expedition' to the Malay Peninsular together with a note on the Genus Actaeopsis – Part II” Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London Vol. 72 Part 2 pp379-381
  4. Dalens, Henri (1987) "Sur Deux Oniscoides Cavernicoles Nouveaux de Thailande" Trav. Lab. Ecobiol. Arthr. Edaph., Toulouse Vol. 5 No. 2 pp43-53 [biology; Mae Hong Son; Tham Nam Ru Hua Koa]
  5. Dalens, Henri (1989) "Sur un Nouveau Genre d'Oniscoide (Aquatique) Provenant du Sud-Est Asiatique: Thailandoniscus annae" Spixiana Vol. 12 No. 1 pp1-6
  6. Jackson, H. G. (1937) "A new terrestrial isopod from Siam collected by H.R.H. the Prince Leopold of Belgium in the Far East in the year 1932" Bulletin du Musee Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique Vol. 13 No. 1 pp1-4
  7. Kwon, Do Heon & Taiti, Stefano (1993) "Terrestial Isopoda (Crustacea) from southern China, Macau and Hong Kong" Stuttgarter Beiträge zur Naturkund, Serie A (Biologiae) No.  490 pp1-83
  8. Magniez, Guy J. (2001) "Bons et Mauvais Characteres Taxinomiques: Exemple des Stenasellides d'Extreme-Orient" Mémoires de Biospéologie Vol. 18 pp99-104
  9. Magniez, Guy J. (2003) "Contribution à la connaissance des Stenasellidae (Crustacea, Isopoda, Asellota) Stygobies d'Extrême-Orient" Subterranean Biology Vol. 1 pp31-42
  10. Magniez, Guy J. & Panitvong, Nonn (2005) "A new Stenasellidae from underground waters of Thailand: Stenasellus mongnatei sp. nov. (Crustacea, Isopoda, Asellota)" Subterranean Biology Vol. 3
  11. Naiyanetr, Phaibul (2007) "Checklist of Crustaceans Fauna in Thailand (Decapoda, Stomatopoda, Anostraca, Myodocopa and Isopoda)" Office of Natural Resources and Environmental Policy and Planning, Bangkok, Thailand 196pp
  12. Pesce, G.L. & Argano, R. (1981) "Stenasellidi del Sud-est Asiatico: Stenasellus brignolii n.sp. di Thailandia (Crustacea Isopoda: Asellota)" Bollettino del Museo Civico di Storia Naturale di Verona Vol. 8 pp435-441
  13. Schmalfuss, Helmut (2004) "World Catalog of Terrestial Isopods (Isopoda: Oniscidea)" Revised and updated version of Schmalfuss, Helmut (2003) "World catalog of terrestrial isopods (Isopoda: Oniscidea)" Stuttgarter Beitrage zur Naturkunde, Serie A, Nr. 654: 341 pp
  14. Taiti, Stefano & Ferrara, Franco (1988) "Revision of the genus Exalloniscus Stebbing, 1911 (Crustacea: Isopoda: Oniscidea)" Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society Vol. 94 pp339-377
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