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Supplementary data on morphology, distribution, and ecology of Gammarus dorsosetosus Mateus & Mateus, 1990 (Amphipoda, Gammaridae)

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Gammarus dorsosetosus Mateus & Mateus, 1990, a freshwater amphipod endemic to Turkey, is herein reported for the second time from Turkey. Until now, there exists only one record of this species, i.e., the original description of Mateus & Mateus (1990). In order to contribute to the knowledge on distribution, ecology, and morphology of the species, detailed morphological descriptions and illustrations of the extremities of both sexes, distribution localities, and environmental conditions of the localities are given, in addition to a comparison with similar species. Gammarus dorsosetosus Mateus & Mateus, 1990, un amphipode d'eau douce endémique de Turquie, est signalé ici pour la deuxième fois dans ce pays. Jusqu'à présent, il n'existait qu'une seule mention de la présence de cette espèce, c'est-à-dire, la description originale de Mateus & Mateus (1990). Afin de contribuer à la connaissance sur la répartition, l'écologie et la morphologie de cette espèce, les descriptions morphologiques détaillées et les illustrations des extrémités des deux sexes, les localités de répartition et les conditions environnementales de ces localités sont données, en plus de la comparaison avec des espèces proches.

Affiliations: 1: Section of Hydrobiology, Faculty of Fisheries, Ege University, TR-35100 Bornova, İzmir, Turkey


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