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Stebbing, T. R. R. (1899). Amphipoda from the Copenhagen Museum and other sources, part II. The Transactions of the Linnean Society of London: Zoology. (ser 2) 8: 395-432, Pls 30-35.
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Stebbing, T. R. R.
1899
Amphipoda from the Copenhagen Museum and other sources, part II.
The Transactions of the Linnean Society of London: Zoology
(ser 2) 8: 395-432, Pls 30-35.
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Acanthogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Acanthogammarus (Brachyuropus) Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Brachyuropus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Apocrangonyx Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Stygobromus Cope, 1872 (original description)
Apocrangonyx lucifugus (O.P. Hay, 1882) accepted as Stygobromus lucifugus (O.P. Hay, 1882) (taxonomy source)
Axelboeckia carpenterii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Boeckaxelia carpenterii (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Baikalogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Baikalogammarus pullus (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Brachyuropus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Brandtia fasciata Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Gmelinoides fasciatus (Stebbing, 1899) (taxonomy source)
Carinogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Carinogammarus atchensis (Brandt, 1851) accepted as Spinulogammarus atchensis (Brandt, 1851) (basis of record)
Carinogammarus mucronatus (Say, 1818) accepted as Gammarus mucronatus Say, 1818 (new combination reference)
Carinogammarus pulchellus (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Asprogammarus pulchellus (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Carinogammarus seidlitzii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Asprogammarus seidlitzii (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Carinogammarus wagii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Eucarinogammarus wagii (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Chaetogammarus ischnus (Stebbing, 1899) represented as Echinogammarus ischnus (Stebbing, 1899) (source of synonymy)
Echinogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Echinogammarus sophiae (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Eulimnogammarus sophiae (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Eucrangonyx Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Crangonyx Spence Bate, 1859 (original description)
Eucrangonyx antennatus (Packard, 1881) accepted as Crangonyx antennatus Packard, 1881 (new combination reference)
Eucrangonyx gracilis (S.I. Smith, 1871) accepted as Crangonyx gracilis S.I. Smith, 1871 (new combination reference)
Eucrangonyx mucronatus (Forbes, 1876) accepted as Bactrurus mucronatus (Forbes, 1876) (new combination reference)
Eucrangonyx vejdovskyi Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Crangonyx subterraneus Spence Bate, 1859 (original description)
Gammarus ischnus Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Echinogammarus ischnus (Stebbing, 1899) (source of synonymy)
Hakonboeckia Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Hakonboeckia strauchii (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Heterogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Heterogammarus capellus (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Tengisia capella (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Heterogammarus ignotus (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Tengisia ignota (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Hyale galateae Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Protohyale galateae (Stebbing, 1899) (original description)
Hyalellopsis Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Iphiplateia Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Maera westwoodi Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Maerella westwoodi (Stebbing, 1899) (original description)
Micruropus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Micruropus puella (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Eremogammarus puella (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Micruropus vortex (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Linevichella vortex (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Odontogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Odontogammarus margaritaceus (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Ommatogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Ommatogammarus carneolus (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Pretiositus carneolus (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Ommatogammarus flavus (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Abludogammarus flavus (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Palinnotus thomsoni Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Pereionotus thomsoni (Stebbing, 1899) (original description)
Pallasea baikali Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Babr baikali (Stebbing, 1899) (source of synonymy)
Pallasea brandtii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Homalogammarus brandtii (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Pallasea dybowskii Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Pentagonurus dybowskii (Stebbing, 1899) (redescription)
Pallasea gerstfeldtii (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Paramicruropus Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Hyalellopsis Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Paramicruropus solskii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Carinurus solskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Paramicruropus taczanowskii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Hyalellopsis taczanowskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Parapallasea Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Parapallasea puzyllii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Palicarinus puzyllii (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Plesiogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Poekilogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (original description)
Poekilogammarus orchestes (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Rostrogammarus orchestes (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
Poekilogammarus talitrus (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Rostrogammarus talitrus (Dybowsky, 1874) (new combination reference)
 Etymology

"Tha generic name alludes to Lake Baikal, so prolific in Gammaridae." [details]

 Etymology

"The generic name alludes to curious character of the eyes." [details]

 Etymology

"The generic name alludes to tho tooth on the fifth side-plates." [details]

 Etymology

"The generic name alludes to the dentate carinae." [details]

 Etymology

"The generic name alludes to the shortness of the third uropods." [details]

 Etymology

"The generic name alludes to the character of the genus as a second self to Gammarus" [details]

 Etymology

"The generic name alludes to the variegated colouring of the several species" [details]

 Etymology

"The generic name alludes to the likeness between this genus and the Orchestid Hyalella in the caudal part of the ... [details]

 Etymology

"The generic name is given in compliment to Hakon Boeck, who edited his brother’s [Axel Boeck's] well-known work ... [details]

 Etymology

"The generic name refers to the smallness of the third uropods." [details]

 Original description

A replacement name for the taxon originally described as Gammarus Lovenii Dybowsky, 1874 (non G. loveni Bruzelius, 1859) [details]

 Original description

Crangonyx subterraneus sensu Vejdovsky, 1896, thought to differ from C. subterraneus Bate, 1959 [details]

 Original description

Original description by Dybowsky (1874) as Gammarus zebra (non Gammarus zebra Rathke, 1843). Brandtia fasciata ... [details]

 Original description

Originally described as full genus. Treated as subgenus by Bazikalova (1945) and e.g. Takhteev (2000, 2015). [details]

 Synonymy

Synonymy is based on the implicit type designation (see below), referring to the current placement of the type ... [details]