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Contribution a L'Étude Taxonomique De Niphargus: Note Préliminaire a L'Étude De La Croissance Comparée De 2 Populations De Niphargus Longicaudatus Rhenorhodanensis (Amphipodes, Gammaridea) 1)

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The relative growth of the uropods 1 and 3 in two French populations of Niphargus longicaudatus rhenorhodanensis is studied for taxonomic purposes. Between the two populations, a gap in the differentiation of the uropods can be observed which, it seems, is due to a more or less important sensitiveness to a sexual factor. It is concluded that the delicate nature of the features linked to sexual physiology cannot serve a systematic test in the genus Niphargus.

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1974-01-01
2015-05-04

Affiliations: 1: Institut national polytechnique de Lorraine, Ecole nationale supérieure d'Agronomie et des Industries alimentaires, 30 bis, rue Sainte-Catherine, 54000 Nancy, France

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