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Bathynella Stammeri Jakobi, 1954 (Syncarida) Aus Dem Stygorhithral Der Alpen; Studien Zu Morphologie, Ökologie Und Verbreitungsgeschichte

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Bathynella stammeri Jakobi, 1954, lives in rhithrostygal interstitial biotopes of the Austrian "Ötztaler Alpen". A description of this species is given for a systematical revision of the genus Bathynella which is in preparation. Morphological, ecological and zoogeographical problems of the species are discussed; the history of the geographical distribution of Bathynella stammeri is explained in relation to that of several species inhabiting the same typical biocoenosis (Parastenocaris-Bathynella-biocoenosis).

Affiliations: 1: Limnologische Flußstation des Max-Planck-Instituts für Limnologie, Schlitz, B.R. Deutschland


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