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Geographical Distribution of Species of the Genus Anisogammarus Derzhavin (Amphipoda, Gammaridae)

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La distribution géographiques de 23 espèces du genre Anisogammarus dans le Pacifique septentrional, où elles sont endémiques, est examinée. Elles appartiennent à huit groupes biogéographiques. Les limites des aires de distribution de ces espèces coïncident en général avec les frontières des provinces biogéographiques proposées par certains autres auteurs pour d'autres groupes d'animaux marins. Les aires de distribution des Gammarides examinés sont cependant un peu plus larges, ce qui s'explique par les préférences littorales de la plupart des représentants de ce groupe.

Affiliations: 1: Zoological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Leningrad, USSR


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