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PARAPSEUDONIPHARGUS BAETIS, NEW GENUS, NEW SPECIES, A STYGOBIONT AMPHIPOD CRUSTACEAN FROM THE GUADALQUIVIR RIVER BASIN (SOUTHERN SPAIN), WITH PHYLOGENETIC IMPLICATIONS

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ABSTRACT Parapseudoniphargusbaetis, representing a new monotypic genus closely related to PseudoniphargusChevreux, is described from hyporheic ground waters. The new taxon appears to be another endemic ground-water crustacean of the basin of the Guadalquivir River in the south of Spain. The morphological features of Parapseudoniphargus baetis suggest special adaptations to an interstitial life. The genus Allomelita Stock is hypothesized as the most plausible sister group of Parapseudoniphargus and Pseudoniphargus.

10.1163/193724088X00134
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2017-08-21

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