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Systematic studies of three lysianassidae amphipoda gammaridea from argentina

, : Systematic studies of three lysianassidae amphipoda gammaridea from argentina. Physis Seccion A los Oceanos y sus Organismos 45(108): 1-10

The actual paper deals with the systematic studies of three lysianassid amphipods from Argentinian coast. Additional details to the available literature on their diagnoses and figures are presented. The occurence of Amaryllis macrophthalma Haswell, 1880 is confirmed and it is compared with Australian specimens and Patagonian juvenile recorded previously; although several morphological differences exist among them, at the moment it is best treated as the same species. Tryphosites chevreuxi Stebbing, 1914 and Tmetonyx serratus Schellenberg, 1931 are studied for the first time on the basis of the mandibular molar's structure with the aid of the scanning electron microscope and it is shown the importance of this study in the lysianassid systematics. On completing the present work, the geographical distribution, ecological notes and other observations are included.

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