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Essais D'Hybridation Entre Plusieurs Populations De Gammares Du Groupe Pulex (Amphipoda) 1)

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Cross-breeding experiments between members of the Gammarus pulex-group were carried out using the following species: (1) Gammarus fossarmn Koch, 1836, originating either from northern or from south-eastern France; (2) G. cf. fossarum, collected in the French Pyrenees; (3) G. wautieri Roux, 1967 from the French Alps; (4) G. gauthieri (S. Karaman, 1935) collected both in Spain and in Morocco. G. fossarum, G. wautieri and G. gauthieri are three distinct species. The geographical distribution of G. cf. fossarum and its systematical position are briefly discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Institut de Zoologie taxonomique, Université d'Amsterdam, Plantage Middenlaan 53, Amsterdam, Pays-Bas; 2: Département de Biologie Animale et Zoologie, Université Claude Bernard, Lyon I, 43, Bd. du 11 Novembre 1918, 69 Villeurbanne, France

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1975-01-01
2016-09-26

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