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Karyological studies in amphipoda (Crustacea)
Abstract A survey of chromosome numbers of amphipods is presented on the basis of literature data and new observations. Chromosomes of8 amphipod species have been investigated: Aora gracilis (n = 4,Expand
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Revision of Iphimediidae and similar families (Amphipoda : Gammaridea)
— The amphipod families Acanthonotozomatidae, Amathillopsidae, Astryidae, Epimeriidae (=Paramphithoidae), Iphimediidae, Ochlesidae and Stilipedidae are rediagnosed and three new families,Expand
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On the nutrition of two Antarctic acanthonotozomatidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda)
SummaryTwo species of Antarctic acanthonotozomatid amphipods (Echiniphimedia hodgsoni and Maxilliphimedia longipes) have been investigated in regard to their food preference. Examinations of foodExpand
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New Amphipoda from Baltic amber
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Revision of the Ochlesidae sensu stricto, including five new Australian species (Crustacea: Amphipoda)
Abstract Species of the Ochlesidae sensu stricto are revised. Based on new material from inshore and continental-shelf Australian marine habitats five new species are described: Meraldia birgeri n.Expand
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Australian Iphimediidae (Crustacea: Amphipoda)
Abstract Australian species of the iphimediid amphipod genus Iphimedia are revised. Based on new material from inshore and continental shelf habitats six new species are described: IphimediaExpand
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An amphipod of the genus Synurella Wrzesniowski, 1877 (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Crangonyctidae) found in Baltic amber
Abstract Two amber pieces with amphipods were studied. One contained a species placed in the genus Palaeogammarus and a second species belonging to Synurella . The latter has an unsegmented urosomeExpand
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Burrowing, grooming, and feeding behaviour of Paraceradocus, an antarctic amphipod genus (Crustacea)
SummarySpecies of the amphipod genus Paraceradocus found near the Antarctic Peninsula were observed in aquaria. The animals live under stones in burrows in sediment which they excavate with theirExpand
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Aquatic amphipods (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Crangonyctidae) in three pieces of Baltic amber
Three amber pieces containing crangonyctid aquatic amphipods are examined. One of the specimens appears to have the urosome unsegmented, and uropods 3 shortened, resembling extant Synurella sp. InExpand
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New hyalellids (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Hyalellidae) from Lake Titicaca
Abstract Two new species of hyalellid amphipods, Hyalella crawfordi and H. gauthieri, are described from Lake Titicaca; H. echinus (Faxon, 1876) is redescribed. The H. echinus group of species isExpand
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