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      Neotenorchestia Wildish, 2014 is a junior synonym of Orchestia Leach, 1814

      Zoosystematics and Evolution

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          Neotenorchestia Wildish, 2014 and N. kenwildishi Wildish, 2014 (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Talitridae) are junior synonyms of Orchestia Leach, 1814 and Orchestia mediterranea A. Costa, 1853 respectively, based on revised genetic evidence.

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          Talitrid amphipods (Crustacea Amphipoda Talitridae) and the driftwood ecological niche a morphological and molecular study

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            Further morphological and molecular studies of driftwood hoppers (Crustacea Amphipoda Talitridae) from Mediterranean/north-east Atlantic coastlines

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              New genus and two new species of driftwood hoppers (Crustacea, Amphipoda, Talitridae) from northeast Atlantic and Mediterranean coastal regions

               David Wildish (2014)
              A new specialist driftwood talitrid from the Swale, U.K., is figured and described as Neotenorchestia kenwildishi gen. n., sp. n. A further new driftwood talitrid, Macarorchestia pavesiae sp. n., is figured and described from coastal regions in the Adriatic Sea. Orchestia microphtalma Amanieu & Salvat, 1963 from the Atlantic coast of France is re-designated as Macarorchestia microphtalma (Amanieu & Salvat, 1963). A key is provided for the known species of driftwood talitrids in northeastern Atlantic and Mediterranean coastal regions.
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                Journal
                Zoosystematics and Evolution
                ZSE
                Pensoft Publishers
                1860-0743
                1435-1935
                November 22 2018
                November 22 2018
                : 94
                : 2
                : 545-546
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                10.3897/zse.94.28876
                © 2018

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