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Gammarus comosus, a new cave-dwelling gammarid from Guizhou, China (Amphipoda, Gammaridea)

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[Gammarus comosus, a new gammarid from Dongwandong Cave in the north part of Guizhou is reported. A detailed description and illustrations of this freshwater amphipod are given and differences with related species are discussed. Also, a key to Chinese cave-dwelling amphipods is presented. Gammarus comosus, un nouveau gammaridé provenant de la grotte de Dongwandong, au nord de la province de Guizhou est signalé. Une description détaillée et des illustrations de cet amphipode d'eau douce sont données et les différences avec les espèces proches sont discutées. Une clé de détermination pour les amphipodes cavernicoles de Chine est aussi présentée., Gammarus comosus, a new gammarid from Dongwandong Cave in the north part of Guizhou is reported. A detailed description and illustrations of this freshwater amphipod are given and differences with related species are discussed. Also, a key to Chinese cave-dwelling amphipods is presented. Gammarus comosus, un nouveau gammaridé provenant de la grotte de Dongwandong, au nord de la province de Guizhou est signalé. Une description détaillée et des illustrations de cet amphipode d'eau douce sont données et les différences avec les espèces proches sont discutées. Une clé de détermination pour les amphipodes cavernicoles de Chine est aussi présentée.]

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2005-06-01
2016-09-28

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