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The Distribution of Monomorphic Populations in Sphaeroma Serratum (Isopoda)

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Les auteurs passent en revue les populations monomorphes connues jusqu'ici de l'espèce polymorphe Sphaeroma serratum et en signalent d'autres. Ils observent que ce monomorphisme est en rapport avec des conditions écologiques particulières ou avec des conditions d'insularité. Ils discutent l'origine du monomorphisme, lequel est, d'après eux, secondaire par rapport au polymorphisme qui est largement repandu dans la famille Sphaeromatidae. Les populations de l'île d'Ischia paraîssent appartenir à deux espèces jumelles, dont l'une serait monomorphe, l'autre polymorphe.

Affiliations: 1: Zoological Institute of the University of Rome, Italy


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