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Life Cycle and Altitude Range of Gammar Us Leopoliensis Jazdzewski & Konopacka, 1989 (Amphipoda) in South-Eastern Poland

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A description of the life cycle of Gammarus leopoliensis based on monthly samples from the Strwiaz River (Black Sea basin, Polish Eastern Carpathians) is presented. The species is shown to be multivoltine iteroparous, with one breeding period per female's life-span. It lives in submontane streams and rivers at altitudes up to c. 800 m. Steepness and stream velocity seem to play a vital role in limiting the species' altitude range extension.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Invertebrate Zoology and Hydrobiology, University of Lodz, 12/16 Banacha St., 90-237 Lodz, Poland


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