Niphargopsis

Niphargopsis Chevreux 1922Niphargopsis caspary (Pratz 1866)

Syn.
Niphargopsis legeri Chevreux 1922
Niphargopsis trispinosus Dancau & Capuse 1959

Locus typicus: Subterranean waters of Muenchen, Germany.

Distribution: France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Romania.

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Source: Chevreux Ed.& Fage L., 1925. Gammaridae. In L’Office Central de Faunistique de la Fédération française des Sociétés de Sciences naturelles (ed), Amphipodes, 9. 202-261.

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Source: Karaman G.S., 1982. Contribution to the knowledge of the Amphipoda 125. First discovery of genus Niphargopsis Chevr. 1922 in Yugoslavia with revision of genus (fam Gammaridae), POLJEPRIVREDA I ŠUMARSTVO XXVIII: 87-103.

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Distribution of Niphargopsis
Source: Karaman G.S., 1982. Contribution to the knowledge of the Amphipoda 125. First discovery of genus Niphargopsis Chevr. 1922 in Yugoslavia with revision of genus (fam Gammaridae), POLJEPRIVREDA I ŠUMARSTVO XXVIII: 87-103.

See also references:

1. Dancău D.& Capuse I., 1959. Niphargopsis trispinosus n. sp. genus new to the Roumanian fauna (Amphipoda), Folia Balcanica, Institut de pisciculture de la R. P. Macedonie II: 1-8.

2. Schellenberg A., 1942. Die Tierwelt Deutschlands und der angrenzenden Meeresteile nach ihren Merkmalen und nach ihrer Lebensweise: 40. Teil : Krebstiere oder Crustacea: Flohkrebse oder Amphipoda, Jena Verlag von Gustav Fischer 1942, 81 pp.