Revision of Corophiidae and Related Families (Amphipoda)

  title={Revision of Corophiidae and Related Families (Amphipoda)},
  author={J. Laurens Barnard},
Barnard, J. Laurens. Revision of Corophiidae and Related Families (Amphipoda). Smithsonian Contributions to Zoology, number 151, 27 pages, 1 figure, 1973.—A superfamily Corophioidea is revived to include Corophiidae, Ampithoidae, lschyroceridae, Podoceridae, Biancolinidae, and Cheluridae. The Podoceridae are presumed ancestors of Caprogammaridae and the suborder Caprellidea. The Photidae, Aoridae, and Isaeidae are abolished and absorbed into the Corophiidae. Axial reversal of dominance in… 
A comparative study on the tubes and feeding behaviour of eight species of corophioid Amphipoda and their bearing on phylogenetic relationships within the Corophioidea
All species examined show a degree of flexibility in their feeding habits which helps to explain the success of this taxon, which has radiated into a great diversity of aquatic biotopes.
On the phylogeny of Ischyroceridae (Amphipoda, Senticaudata, Corophiida), with the description of a new genus and eight new species from deep-sea Brazilian waters
A new genus and eight new species are described and the genus Bonnierella is recorded for the first time from Brazilian waters, and the subspecies Bonnierellalinearis linearis and Bonnierella linearis californica are elevated to species rank.
Corophiidae (Crustacea, Amphipoda) da costa brasileira
Twelve genera and seventeen species of corophiid amphipods are reported from Brazilian coastal waters and an identification key, diagnosis and latitutinal distribution of each species are provided.
Two new species of the family Photidae (Amphipoda: Corophiidea: Photoidea) from Brazilian waters, with description of Rocasphotis gen. nov.
A new species, Photis sarae sp. nov., is herein described from Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro. The new species is similar to the Hawaiian species, Photis hawaiensis Barnard, 1955, and an undescribed
Phylogenetic relationships among gammaridean families and amphipod suborders
The phylogenies of gammaridean families and amphipod suborders have been investigated by cladistic methods and the Hyperiidea showed a close affinity with leucothoid members such as Amphilochidae and Stenothoidae, suggesting that the combination of the Corophioidea with Caprellidea would be monophyletic.
An enigma from Australia: a new variation on the corophioid theme (Crustacea: Amphipoda)
Within the Isaeidae, Aetiopedes appears to be closest to Amphideutopus, and the possibility is raised that glandular peraeopods may be a synapomorphy associating Ampeliscoidea with Corophioidea as sister groups.
Is the Caprellidea a monophyletic group
Cladistic analysis of caprellidean genera has revealed major divergence near the outgroup producing two major lines of evolution: Pseudoprotomima-Perotripus, and Caprogammarus-Caprella. The most
Taxonomic study on the photid amphipods (Senticaudata, Corophiida, Photoidea, Photidae) from Korean waters, with descriptions of a new genus and seven new species
The formerly misidentified Photis longicaudata from Japan and China as well as the Korean material could be classified as a new species, P. broncasp.
Nine Species of the GenusAoroides (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Aoridae) from Osaka Bay, Central Japan
Each species of the genus Aoroides is distinguishable from one another by the setal pattern of male gnathopod 1, the number of spines on the rami of uropod 3 and the body coloration, and further the habitat of each species differs in both depth and preferred substratum.