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Idotea Chelipes (Pallas, 1766), Esptce Polytypique: Description De Ses Sous-Espèces (Isopodes, Valvifères)

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The polytypy of Idotea chelipes is defined on the basis of morphological criteria. A new subspecies Idotea chelipes mediterranea of western Mediterranean ponds is described. Idotea bocqueti of the east coast of Tunisia is considered here to be a subspecies of I. chelipes. The nominate form of that species, Idotea c. chelipes inhabits the East Atlantic, North Sea and Baltic. A detailed diagnosis of Idotea chelipes bocqueti is given.

Affiliations: 1: Labaratoire de Biologie Animale, Faculté des Sciences, 1060 Tunis, Tunisie


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