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The giant cryptic amphipod species of the subterranean genus Niphargus (Crustacea, Amphipoda)
Amphipods from the genus Niphargus represent an important part of the Western Palearctic subterranean fauna. The genus is morphologically diverse, comprising several distinct ecomorphs bound toExpand
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Molecular phylogeny of Niphargus boskovici (Crustacea: Amphipoda) reveals a new species from epikarst.
We describe a new species of an amphipod Niphargus zagorae sp. n. and redescribe its nearest relative and morphologically similar species N. boskovici S. Karaman, 1952. We present the geographicExpand
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Taxonomic, phylogenetic and ecological diversity of Niphargus (Amphipoda: Crustacea) in the Hölloch cave system (Switzerland)
Groundwater belongs to the spatially most extensive, but least explored freshwater systems. On a global scale, the species richness of several subterranean invertebrate taxa parallels speciesExpand
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A new species of Austrodecus Hodgson, 1907 (Pycnogonida, Austrodecidae) from the Chilean fjords
A new species of the “glaciale” group of Austrodecus Hodgson, 1907, Austrodecus nausinoos sp. n., is described from specimens collected by “Huinay Fjordos” expeditions to the southern Chilean fjordsExpand
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Amphipods of Switzerland
We present the first conclusive overview on amphipods of Switzerland, with distribution maps of all 43 species recorded so far.