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Takhteev V.V. (2000). Ocherki o bokoplavakh ozera Baikal (sistematika, sravnitelnaya ekologiya, evolutsiya). [Essay on the amphipods of Lake Baikal (systematics, comparative ecology, evolution)]. Izdatelstvo Irkutskogo Universiteta, 355 pp.
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Takhteev, V. V.
2000
Ocherki o bokoplavakh ozera Baikal (sistematika, sravnitelnaya ekologiya, evolutsiya). [Essay on the amphipods of Lake Baikal (systematics, comparative ecology, evolution
Izdatelstvo Irkutskogo Universiteta
355: pp.
Publication
The imprint date indicated in the book is 2000, but it actually appeared in print only 03 June 2001. The publication year of new taxa published in this work is therefore 2001 [note based on Kamaltynov (2012) ]
"In the monography recent system of baikalian amphipods is critically examined, its revision at a level of families will be carried out. A few genera of amphipods with a various lifestyle (Pallasea, Acanthogammarus, Parapallasea, Ommatogammarus) are also reconsidered. The special attention is given to the systematics of a parasitic genus Pachyschesis, with the description 12 species new for the science; their lifestyle and parasit-hosts specifity are characterized; general laws, connected with the transition of crustacean to the parasitism, are considered. The basic trends of an endemic evolution of the baikalian fauna of amphipods, evolutionary parallels between amphipods of Baikal and marine basins are described. The complete list of valid families, genera and species of baikalian Amphipoda is given."
Lake Baikal
Ancient Lakes
Associations, Symbiosis, Commensalism (parasitism see *PAR)
Ecology
Endemism
Evolution
Parasites, Parasitism
Systematics, Taxonomy
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Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) albus (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) godlewskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (source of synonymy)
Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) gracilispinus Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) lappaceus Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) longispinus Tachteew, 2001 accepted as Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) lappaceus Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) maculosus Dorogostaisky, 1930 (additional source)
Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) victorii (Dybowsky, 1874) (additional source)
Acanthogammarus albus (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) godlewskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (status source)
Bazikalovia Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Bazikalovia minima (Bazikalova, 1975) (new combination reference)
Bazikalovia obsoleta (Bazikalova, 1945) accepted as Eulimnogammarus obsoletus Bazikalova, 1945 (new combination reference)
Bazikalovia simplex (Sowinsky, 1915) (new combination reference)
Bazikalovia simpliciformis (Bazikalova, 1975) accepted as Eulimnogammarus simpliciformis Bazikalova, 1975 (new combination reference)
Burchania Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Burchania meissneri (Bazikalova, 1935) (new combination reference)
Carinogammaridae Tachteew, 2001 sensu Kamaltynov, 2010 (original description)
Cornugammarus maximus (Garjajeff, 1901) (additional source)
Garjajewiinae Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Microgammarus simplex Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Bazikalovia simplex (Sowinsky, 1915) (status source)
Micruropus (Microgammarus) Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Micruropus Stebbing, 1899 (additional source)
Odontogammarus brevipes Dorogostaisky, 1930 (additional source)
Ommatogammarus hyacinthinus (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Eulimnogammarus hyacinthinus (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Pachyschesidae Kamaltynov, 1999 (additional source)
Pachyschesis Bazikalova, 1945 (additional source)
Pachyschesis Bazikalova, 1945 (identification resource)
Pachyschesis acanthogammarii Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis branchialis (Dybowsky, 1874) (additional source)
Pachyschesis bumammus Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis crassus (Sowinsky, 1915) (additional source)
Pachyschesis cucuschonok Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis indiscretus Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis inquilinus Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis karabanowi Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis lamakini Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis pinguiculus Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis punctiommatus Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis rarus Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis sideljowae Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pachyschesis vorax Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Palicarinus carinulatus (Dorogostaisky, 1922) (additional source)
Pallasea dawydowi (Sowinsky, 1915) accepted as Pentagonurus dawydowi (Sowinsky, 1915) (additional source)
Pallasea dryshenkoi (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Propachygammarus dryshenkoi (Garjajeff, 1901) (additional source)
Pallasea dybowskii fluminalis Tachteew, 2001 accepted as Pentagonurus dybowskii angarensis (Dorogostaisky, 1917) (new combination reference)
Pallasea kesslerii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Pallaseopsis kesslerii (Dybowsky, 1874) (additional source)
Pallasea maligna Tachteew, 2001 accepted as Pallaseopsis maligna (Tachteew, 2001) (original description)
Pallasea meyeri (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Parapallasea lagowskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (source of synonymy)
Pallaseidae Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Pallaseopsis kesslerii (Dybowsky, 1874) (additional source)
Parapallasea sitnikovae Tachteew, 2001 (original description)
Polyacanthus albus Garjajeff, 1901 accepted as Acanthogammarus albus (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) godlewskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (additional source)
Polyacanthus godlewskii (Dybowsky, 1874) sensu Garjajeff, 1901 accepted as Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) lappaceus Tachteew, 2001 (basis of record)
Propachygammarus maximus (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Cornugammarus maximus (Garjajeff, 1901) (new combination reference)
 Association

Marsupial and gill cavity parasites of other amphipod crustaceans in Lake Baikal. [details]

 Authority

The family Pachyschesidae was already suggested in a congress abstract by Takhteev in 1998, and then in a journal ... [details]

 Biology

A marsupial parasite of the eurybathic Baikalian amphipod Brachyuropus reichertii ( = Acanthogammarus reichertii), ... [details]

 Biology

A marsupial parasite of the Baikalian amphipod Ceratogammarus cornutus [details]

 Biology

Found in the marsupium (even empty) of the deepwater amphipod Ceratogammarus dybowskii, but rarely. Depth range ... [details]

 Biology

Lives as a marsupial parasite on females of the Baikalian amphipod Garjajewia cabanisii. Prevalence 13-33 %. [details]

 Biology

Lives as a parasite in the gill cavity of the amphipod Parapallasea borowskii, even on males. [details]

 Biology

Mainly found in the gill cavity of the Baikalian amphipod Garjajewia cabanisii, even on males, and occasionally on ... [details]

 Biology

Marsupial parasite of the Baikalian amphipod Garjajewia cabanisii; relatively abundant, but shows little ... [details]

 Biology

Marsupial parasite of the Baikalian amphipod Garjajewia sarsi, at depths 400-830 m. [details]

 Biology

Marsupial parasite of the Baikalian amphipod Sentogammarus zienkowiczi ( = Plesiogammarus zienkowiczi). Observed ... [details]

 Biology

Marsupial parasite of other Lake Baikal amphipods representing several genera (Acanthogammarus, Palicarinus, Carinurus) [details]

 Biology

Marsupial parasite of the amphipod Parapallasea borowskii, in the deepwater zone of Lake Baikal [details]

 Biology

Marsupial parasite of the deep-water amphipods Abyssogammarus sarmatus and A. echinatus, in the southern basin of ... [details]

 Biology

Marsupial parasite specific to Paragarjajewia petersii, a dominant deepwater amphipod in Lake Baikal [details]

 Biology

Marsupial parasite specific to the amphipod Parapallasea lagowskii [details]

 Biology

Parasite in the marsupium of the amphipod Brachyuropus grewingkii ( = Acanthogammarus grewingkii), a mass species ... [details]

 Classification

Considered synonym of Pallasea viridis (=Pentagonurus viridis) by Takhteev (2000) [details]

 Classification

In an alternative classification placed in the family Acanthogammaridae by Takhteev (2000, 2015) [details]

 Classification

Kept in Gammaridae by Takhteev (2000), Bedulina et al. (2014), Takhteev et al. (2015), who do not recongnize the ... [details]

 Classification

Not recognized as an independent genus but included in Carinogammarus by Bazikalova (1975), Takhteev et al. (2000, ... [details]

 Depth range

270-1240 m [details]

 Etymology

In Buryat mythology, Burkhan is the severe god of Baikal, ruling over its depths and fishes. [details]

 Etymology

In honour of Evgeny Borisovich Karabanov, a geomorphologist and lithologist, specialised in Baikal bottoms [details]

 Etymology

Lat. bumammus = with a big bosom; refers to body shape. [details]

 Etymology

Lat. pinguiculus = greasy; refers to the great number of lipid vesicles in the crustacean body [details]

 Etymology

Latin "maligna" = insidous. With a superficial knowledge, material of the species may be confused with P. ... [details]

 Etymology

Latin 'inquilinus' = tenant, inhabitant [details]

 Etymology

Latin rarus = rare, infrequent. The species was only rarely found in samples, even though the host is abundant. [details]

 Etymology

Latin vorax = voracious. To attain its large body size, the animal clearly needs to eat large amounts of eggs of ... [details]

 Etymology

Named after the host genus Acanthogammarus [sensu lato]. [details]

 Etymology

Named for the thin and slender spines of the cuticular armament. [details]

 Etymology

Named in honor of Dr. Valentina Grigorevna Sideleva, specialist on Lake Baikal sculpin fishes. [details]

 Etymology

Named in honour of Aleksandra Yakovlevna Bazikalova, an outstanding specialist on systematics of Baikalian amphipods. [details]

 Etymology

Named in honour of Dr. Tatyana Yakovlevna Sitnikova, a research scientist at the Limnological Institute of the ... [details]

 Etymology

Named in honour of the geologist Vasily Vasilevich Lamakin, an expert of the geology of Lake Baikal, who proposed a ... [details]

 Etymology

Refers to a nestling of a cuckoo, in analogy with the nest parasitic life style  [details]

 Etymology

The Latin epithet 'punctiommatus' refers to the small dot-like eyes of the species [not discernible in fixed ... [details]

 Etymology

The name reflects the strong development of the lateral spines of the 4th mesosomal segment. [details]

 Etymology

The name reflects the prickliness of the cuticular armamernt (Latin lappaceus = bur-shaped, bur refers to a ... [details]

 Habitat

Abundant at oil and methane seeps, and plausibly an indicator of such habitats [details]

 Homonymy

Junior homonym of Pallasea cancellus angarensis Dorogostaisky, 1917; therefore renamed Pallasea (Pentagonurus) ... [details]

 Original Combination

Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) lappaceus longispinus Tachteew, 2001 [details]

 Publication date

Takhteev (1995) already suggested the new faimily Pallaseidae, but without explicit description; thus Pallaseidae ... [details]

 Remark

Pachyschesis branchialis illustrated by Bazikalova (1945) referred to P. bazikalovae Karaman, 1976. Pachyschesis ... [details]

 Synonymy

A replacement name given to Pallasea (Pentagonurus) dybowskii angarensis Dorogostaisky, 1917, which is a junior ... [details]

 Synonymy

Considered synonym of Parapallasea by Takhteev (2000, 2015) [details]

 Synonymy

In altenative classifications, Takhteev (2000, 2012) implies synonymy of Eulimnogammaridae with Gammaridae, and ... [details]

 Synonymy

Originally a new combination for Gammarus godlewskii Dybowsky, 1874, but misapplied to another species, which was ... [details]

 Synonymy

Through the 1900s, the name was misapplied: Polyacanthus godlewskii of Garjajeff (1901) as well as Acanthogammarus ... [details]

 Syntype

Syntypes in ZMH (Hamburg) and evidently also in ZMB (Berlin) [details]

 Taxonomic remark

Carinogammaridae Tachteew, 2001, as initially established and as retained by Takhteev et al. (2015), comprised the ... [details]

 Type designation

Barnard & Barnard (1983) designated Gammarus glaber as type of the subgenus Micruropus (Microgammarus) Sowinsky, ... [details]

 Type designation

Barnard & Barnard (1983) designated Gammarus glaber as the type species of the subgenus Micruropus (Microgammarus) ... [details]

 Type designation

Bazikalova (1945) fixed Spinacanthus parasiticus (=Gammarus parasiticus Dybowsky, 1874) as the type species ... [details]

 Type designation

Bazikalova (1945) designated Gammarus albinus Dybowsky, 1874 as the type, which is not valid since Dybowsky (1924) ... [details]

 Type designation

The genus was separated from Ommatogammarus Stebbing, 1899, for the single species Gammarus flavus Dybowsky, 1874. ... [details]

 Validity

Not recognized as distict from Ommatogammarus by Takhteev (2000, 2015) [details]

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