ZENKEVITCHIA KARAMANI , A DISTINCT NEW SPECIES OF ADMIRABILIS -GROUP (CRUSTACEA: AMPHIPODA: TYPHLOGAMMARIDAE) FROM ABKHAZIA

@inproceedings{Sdorov2016ZENKEVITCHIAK,
  title={ZENKEVITCHIA KARAMANI , A DISTINCT NEW SPECIES OF ADMIRABILIS -GROUP (CRUSTACEA: AMPHIPODA: TYPHLOGAMMARIDAE) FROM ABKHAZIA},
  author={Dmitry S{\'i}dorov},
  year={2016}
}
New species of the family Typhlogammaridae (Amphipoda, Gammaridea), Zenkevitchia karamani , sp. n. from the subterranean waters of Novy Afon cave in Abkhazia is described and illustrated. The affinity of the new species to concerned taxa is discussed. New records of Zenkevitchia yakovi are provided as well. 

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