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Kamaltynov R.M. (2001). Amfipody (Amphipoda: Gammaroidea). In: Timoshkin, O.A. (ed.) Annotirovannyi spisok fauny ozera Baikal i ego vodosbornogo basseina. Tom I: Ozero Baikal. Kniga 1 [Index of animal species inhabiting Lake Baikal and its catchment area. Vol. I: Lake Baikal. Book 1]. Nauka, Novosibirsk, pp. 572-831.
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Text in Russian, diagnoses of (most) new taxa also in English. The imprint date indicated on the book is 2001, but it was printed only 2002 (received for printing 29.04.2002, printed 05.08.2002). The publication year of new taxa published in this work is therefore 2002 (see Kamaltynov 2012)
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Abyssogammarinae Kamaltynov, 1999 (basis of record)
Abyssogammarus Sowinsky, 1915 (basis of record)
Abyssogammarus calceolatus Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Barguzinia calceolata (Sowinsky, 1915) (basis of record)
Abyssogammarus echinatus Bazikalova, 1935 (status source)
Abyssogammarus echinatus Bazikalova, 1935 (basis of record)
Abyssogammarus gracilis Sowinsky, 1915 (status source)
Abyssogammarus gracilis minor Bazikalova, 1945 accepted as Abyssogammarus minor Bazikalova, 1945 (status source)
Abyssogammarus kusnezovi Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Eulimnogammarus kusnezowi (Sowinsky, 1915) (additional source)
Abyssogammarus minor Bazikalova, 1945 (status source)
Abyssogammarus petersii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Paragarjajewia petersii (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Abyssogammarus sarmatus (Dybowsky, 1874) (status source)
Abyssogammarus sarmatus echinatus Bazikalova, 1935 accepted as Abyssogammarus echinatus Bazikalova, 1935 (status source)
Abyssogammarus semenkewitschi Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Bathygammarus semenkewitschi (Sowinsky, 1915) (basis of record)
Abyssogammarus swartschewskii Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Laxmannia swartschewskii (Sowinsky, 1915) (status source)
Abyssogammarus unguisetosus Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Bathygammarus unguisetosus (Sowinsky, 1915) (status source)
Acanthogammaridae Garjajeff, 1901 (basis of record)
Acanthogammarinae Garjajeff, 1901 (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (status source)
Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) Stebbing, 1899 (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) albus (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) godlewskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) godlewskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (misapplication)
Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) godlewskii brevispinus Dorogostaisky, 1922 accepted as Diplacanthus brevispinus (Dorogostaisky, 1922) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) gracilispinus Tachteew, 2001 (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) Kamaltynov, 2002 (original description)
Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) lappaceus Tachteew, 2001 (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) longispinus Tachteew, 2001 accepted as Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) lappaceus Tachteew, 2001 (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) maculosus Dorogostaisky, 1930 (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) victorii (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus (Brachyuropus) Stebbing, 1899 accepted as Brachyuropus Stebbing, 1899 (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus albus (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) godlewskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus brevispinus Dorogostaisky, 1922 accepted as Diplacanthus brevispinus (Dorogostaisky, 1922) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus flavus (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Oxyacanthus flavus (Garjajeff, 1901) (status source)
Acanthogammarus flavus (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Oxyacanthus flavus (Garjajeff, 1901) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus flavus curtus Bazikalova, 1945 accepted as Oxyacanthus curtus (Bazikalova, 1945) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus flavus rodionowi Dorogostaisky, 1922 accepted as Oxyacanthus rodionowi (Dorogostaisky, 1922) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus flavus sowinskii Bazikalova, 1945 accepted as Oxyacanthus sowinskii (Bazikalova, 1945) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus korotneffii (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Oxyacanthus korotneffii (Garjajeff, 1901) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus labbei Chevreux, 1903 accepted as Cornugammarus maximus (Garjajeff, 1901) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus maximus (Garjajeff, 1901) accepted as Cornugammarus maximus (Garjajeff, 1901) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus platycarinus Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Carinurus platycarinus (Sowinsky, 1915) (additional source)
Acanthogammarus platycarinus var. microphthalmus Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Carinurus microphthalmus (Sowinsky, 1915) (basis of record)
Acanthogammarus radoschkowskii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Coniurus radoschkowskii (Dybowsky, 1874) (additional source)
Acanthogammarus subbrevispinus Bazikalova, 1945 accepted as Oxyacanthus subbrevispinus (Bazikalova, 1945) (basis of record)
Aspretus Kamaltynov, 2002 (original description)
Aspretus puer (Bazikalova, 1975) (new combination reference)
Aspretus pulchelliformis (Bazikalova, 1975) (new combination reference)
Aspretus pulchelliformis (Bazikalova, 1975) (status source)
Asprogammarus Bazikalova, 1975 (status source)
Asprogammarus (Asprogammarus) Bazikalova, 1975 represented as Asprogammarus Bazikalova, 1975 (basis of record)
Asprogammarus (Echiuropus) Sowinsky, 1915 accepted as Echiuropus Sowinsky, 1915 (basis of record)
Asprogammarus (Smaragdogammarus) Bazikalova, 1975 accepted as Smaragdogammarus Bazikalova, 1975 (basis of record)
Asprogammarus bathyphilus Bazikalova, 1975 (basis of record)
Asprogammarus brachyurus Bazikalova, 1975 (basis of record)
Asprogammarus macropsis Bazikalova, 1975 (status source)
Asprogammarus microphthalmus (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Asprogammarus puer Bazikalova, 1975 accepted as Aspretus puer (Bazikalova, 1975) (basis of record)
Asprogammarus pulchelliformis Bazikalova, 1975 accepted as Aspretus pulchelliformis (Bazikalova, 1975) (basis of record)
Asprogammarus pulchellus (Dybowsky, 1874) (status source)
Asprogammarus rhodophthalmus (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Asprogammarus seidlitzii (Dybowsky, 1874) (status source)
Asprogammarus strenuus Bazikalova, 1975 (basis of record)
Axelboeckia carpenteri elegans Dorogostaisky, 1930 accepted as Boeckaxelia elegans (Dorogostaisky, 1930) (basis of record)
Axelboeckia carpenteri profundalis Bazikalova, 1945 accepted as Boeckaxelia profundalis (Bazikalova, 1945) (basis of record)
Axelboeckia carpenterii (Dybowsky, 1874) accepted as Boeckaxelia carpenterii (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Axelboeckia castanea Dorogostaisky, 1930 accepted as Dorogammarus castaneus (Dorogostaisky, 1930) (basis of record)
Axelboeckia potanini Dorogostaisky, 1922 accepted as Boeckaxelia potanini (Dorogostaisky, 1922) (basis of record)
Babr Kamaltynov & Väinölä, 2002 (basis of record)
Babr baikali (Stebbing, 1899) (basis of record)
Babr inermis (Sowinsky, 1915) accepted as Babr baikali (Stebbing, 1899) (new combination reference)
Babr nigromaculatus (Dorogostaisky, 1922) (basis of record)
Baikalogammaridae Kamaltynov, 2002 (original description)
Baikalogammarus Stebbing, 1899 (taxonomy source)
Baikalogammarus pullus (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Barguzinia Kamaltynov, 2002 (original description)
Barguzinia calceolata (Sowinsky, 1915) (basis of record)
Bathygammarus Bazikalova, 1945 (status source)
Bathygammarus lydiae (Bazikalova, 1935) (basis of record)
Bathygammarus okunewae (Tachteew, 1995) (basis of record)
Bathygammarus semenkewitschi (Sowinsky, 1915) (basis of record)
Bathygammarus unguisetosus (Sowinsky, 1915) (basis of record)
Bazikalovia Tachteew, 2001 (basis of record)
Bazikalovia macrochirus (Bazikalova, 1945) (new combination reference)
Bazikalovia minima (Bazikalova, 1975) (status source)
Bazikalovia simplex (Sowinsky, 1915) (basis of record)
Bazikalovia simpliciformis (Bazikalova, 1975) accepted as Eulimnogammarus simpliciformis Bazikalova, 1975 (status source)
Behningiellidae Kamaltynov, 2002 (original description)
Berchinia Kamaltynov, 2002 (original description)
Berchinia curvimanus (Sowinsky, 1915) (basis of record)
Berchinia curvimanus (Sowinsky, 1915) (new combination reference)
Boeckaxelia Schellenberg, 1940 (status source)
Boeckaxelia carpenterii (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Boeckaxelia elegans (Dorogostaisky, 1930) (basis of record)
Boeckaxelia potanini (Dorogostaisky, 1922) (basis of record)
Boeckaxelia profundalis (Bazikalova, 1945) (basis of record)
Boeckaxelia rubra (Garjajeff, 1901) (basis of record)
Brachyuropus Stebbing, 1899 (basis of record)
Brachyuropus grewingkii (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Brachyuropus nassonowi Dorogostaisky, 1922 (basis of record)
Brachyuropus reichertii (Dybowsky, 1874) (basis of record)
Brandtia Spence Bate, 1862 (basis of record)
Angara River for Acanthogammaridae Garjajeff, 1901 
Angara River for Acanthogammarinae Garjajeff, 1901 
Angara River for Heterogammarus brachyurus Dorogostaisky, 1917 
Baikal Lake for Abyssogammarus Sowinsky, 1915  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Abyssogammarus echinatus Bazikalova, 1935  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Abyssogammarus gracilis Sowinsky, 1915  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Abyssogammarus minor Bazikalova, 1945  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Abyssogammarus sarmatus (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Abyssogammarus sarmatus (Dybowsky, 1874) 
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammaridae Garjajeff, 1901  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammarinae Garjajeff, 1901 
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammarus Stebbing, 1899 
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) godlewskii (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammarus (Acanthogammarus) gracilispinus Tachteew, 2001 
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) lappaceus Tachteew, 2001  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) lappaceus Tachteew, 2001 
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) longispinus Tachteew, 2001 
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) maculosus Dorogostaisky, 1930  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Acanthogammarus (Ancyracanthus) victorii (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Aspretus puer (Bazikalova, 1975)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Aspretus pulchelliformis (Bazikalova, 1975) 
Baikal Lake for Aspretus pulchelliformis (Bazikalova, 1975) 
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus Bazikalova, 1975  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus bathyphilus Bazikalova, 1975  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus brachyurus Bazikalova, 1975  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus macropsis Bazikalova, 1975  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus microphthalmus (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus pulchellus (Dybowsky, 1874) 
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus pulchellus (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus rhodophthalmus (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus seidlitzii (Dybowsky, 1874) 
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus seidlitzii (Dybowsky, 1874) 
Baikal Lake for Asprogammarus strenuus Bazikalova, 1975  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Babr baikali (Stebbing, 1899)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Baikalogammaridae Kamaltynov, 2002  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Baikalogammarus Stebbing, 1899 
Baikal Lake for Barguzinia calceolata (Sowinsky, 1915)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Bathygammarus lydiae (Bazikalova, 1935)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Bathygammarus okunewae (Tachteew, 1995)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Bathygammarus semenkewitschi (Sowinsky, 1915)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Bathygammarus unguisetosus (Sowinsky, 1915)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Bazikalovia macrochirus (Bazikalova, 1945) 
Baikal Lake for Bazikalovia macrochirus (Bazikalova, 1945) 
Baikal Lake for Bazikalovia minima (Bazikalova, 1975) 
Baikal Lake for Bazikalovia minima (Bazikalova, 1975) 
Baikal Lake for Bazikalovia simplex (Sowinsky, 1915)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Berchinia curvimanus (Sowinsky, 1915)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Boeckaxelia carpenterii (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Boeckaxelia elegans (Dorogostaisky, 1930)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Boeckaxelia potanini (Dorogostaisky, 1922)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Boeckaxelia profundalis (Bazikalova, 1945)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Boeckaxelia rubra (Garjajeff, 1901)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brachyuropus grewingkii (Dybowsky, 1874) 
Baikal Lake for Brachyuropus grewingkii (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brachyuropus nassonowi Dorogostaisky, 1922  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brachyuropus reichertii (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brachyuropus reichertii (Dybowsky, 1874) 
Baikal Lake for Brandtia latissima (Gerstfeldt, 1858)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brandtia latissima acera Dorogostaisky, 1917  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brandtia latissima dicera Dorogostaisky, 1917  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brandtia latissima extima Dorogostaisky, 1930  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brandtia latissima intermedia Dorogostaisky, 1930  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brandtia latissima lata (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brandtia latissima latior (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brandtia latissima latissima (Gerstfeldt, 1858)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Brandtia latissima polyspina Dorogostaisky, 1930  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Burchania meissneri (Bazikalova, 1935) 
Baikal Lake for Carinogammarus Stebbing, 1899  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinogammarus cinnamomeus (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus amentatus G. Karaman, 1977  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus amentatus G. Karaman, 1977 
Baikal Lake for Carinurus bazikalovae G. Karaman, 1977 
Baikal Lake for Carinurus bazikalovae G. Karaman, 1977  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus belkinii (Garjajeff, 1901) 
Baikal Lake for Carinurus belkinii (Garjajeff, 1901)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus bicarinatus Bazikalova, 1935  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus bifrons G. Karaman, 1977  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus karamani Kamaltynov, 2002  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus karamani Kamaltynov, 2002  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus microphthalmus (Sowinsky, 1915) 
Baikal Lake for Carinurus microphthalmus (Sowinsky, 1915)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus obscurus Dorogostaisky, 1922 
Baikal Lake for Carinurus obscurus Dorogostaisky, 1922  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus platycarinus (Sowinsky, 1915) 
Baikal Lake for Carinurus platycarinus (Sowinsky, 1915)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus reissnerii (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus solskii (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus werestschagini Bazikalova, 1935  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Carinurus werestschagini Bazikalova, 1935 
Baikal Lake for Ceratogammarus acerus Bazikalova, 1937  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Ceratogammarus cornutus (Sowinsky, 1915)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Ceratogammarus cornutus (Sowinsky, 1915) 
Baikal Lake for Ceratogammarus dybowskii Sowinsky, 1915  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Cheirogammarus inflatus Sowinsky, 1915  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Coniurus palmatus Sowinsky, 1915  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Coniurus radoschkowskii (Dybowsky, 1874)  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Coniurus radoschkowskii (Dybowsky, 1874) 
Baikal Lake for Coniurus wadimi Sowinsky, 1915  (origin: native - endemic)
Baikal Lake for Cornugammarus maximus (Garjajeff, 1901) 
Baikal Lake for Cornugammarus maximus (Garjajeff, 1901) 
 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 Baikalian deepwater amphipod Abyssogammarus sarmatus. Observed depth range 775-1000 m [details]

 Classification

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

 Classification

Does not fit diagnosis of Bazikalovia, therefore excluded from the genus by Kamaltynov (2001) [details]

 Classification

Generic identity unclear: considered incertae sedis (as Eulimnogammarus ? abyssalis) both in Bazikalova (1945), ... [details]

 Classification

In the alternative classification placed in the family Carinogammaridae Tachteew, 2001 (Takhteev 2000, Takhteev et ... [details]

 Classification

In the alternative classification placed in the family Carinogammaridae Tachteew, 2001 (Takhteev 2000, Takhteev et ... [details]

 Depth range

1-1200 m; sandy, stony and muddy bottoms [details]

 Depth range

136-880 m [details]

 Depth range

450-625 m [details]

 Depth range

5 to 825m, usually 5 to 300m [details]

 Depth range

5-1380 m [details]

 Depth range

90-294 m, muddy & stony bottoms [details]

 Depth range

9-800 m, muddy & sandy bottoms [details]

 Depth range

9-891 m, bottoms mud, sandy mud [details]

 Diagnosis

"Like Micruropodinae, but distinguished from it by presence of dorsal carinae, peculiar form of pereopod 5 base and ... [details]

 Diagnosis

"Like Micruropodinae and Carinogammarinae but distinguished by the body shape, anteriorly expanded and with thin, ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Distinguished from the subgenus Sluginella (Lamugammarus) by moderately broad bases of pereopods 5-7, unarticulated ... [details]

 Distribution

Deepwater zone of Baikal, 189-1000 m depths, usually deeper than 300m [details]

 Distribution

Lake Baikal: Ushkani Islands, and R. Angara from outlet to Irkutsk [details]

 Distribution

Species (and genus) known from a single specimen, presumably lost, from Berkhin Bay, Central Baikal, 108 m depth, ... [details]

 Distribution

Throughout Lake Baikal in open waters, except Selenga shallows. River Angara to 576 km downstream from the source.  [details]

 Ecology

Epibenthic species on sandy and stony bottoms, 0.5-53 m depth [details]

 Ecology

Juveniles can be found interstitially on stony shores, up to 1 m higher than water level. Adults at 1.5-400 m ... [details]

 Etymology

"Genus is called in honour of a famous researcher of Baikal amphipods V. Ch. Dorogostaisky." [details]

 Etymology

"Species is called in honour of the author’s teacher – A.A.Tomilov, an investigator of invertebrate fauna in ... [details]

 Etymology

"Species is called in favour of a well-known researcher of the world amphipod fauna G.S. Karaman" [details]

 Etymology

Ancyracanthus is derived from the greek words "ankyra" (=anchor) and "akantha" (spine of a plant). Representatives ... [details]

 Etymology

Derived from name "Bargudzhin-Tokum", a historical region in Zabaikalye (Transbaikalia), stretching from the ... [details]

 Etymology

Derived from the Greek word "nyktoporeo" - walking in the night, pointing to the constant darkness in the main ... [details]

 Etymology

From Superno+Gammarus; the Latin word superno means "swimming up", and points to the nektobenthic way of life. [details]

 Etymology

From the Latin word "eremus" - isolation, seclusion - pointing to the rarity of the species. [details]

 Etymology

Genus is called after Erik Laxmann, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, who made a great contribution in ... [details]

 Etymology

Genus is called in honour of the author's wife Z.V. Slugina, an expert on Bivalvia of Lake Baikal, Pribaikalia and ... [details]

 Etymology

Genus is called in honour of A.A. Linevich, an expert on chironomid systematics. [details]

 Etymology

Genus is dedicated to Professor Ion Il'ich Dedyu - a well-known researcher of Ponto-Caspian and freshwater amphipods. [details]

 Etymology

Genus name is derived from a Turkic name of Lake Baikal - Tengis. [details]

 Etymology

Genus name is derived from an old local name of a tiger, "babr", which inhabited the Transbaikalian part of the ... [details]

 Etymology

Genus name is derived from the term "profundal". [details]

 Etymology

In honour of George Wilhelm Steller, the first researcher who mentioned amphipods of Angara River, i.e. amphipods ... [details]

 Etymology

Lamu + Gammarus; the name is derived from the Evenk name for Lake Baikal - Lamu. [details]

 Etymology

Named after the sampling site, Berkhin Bay (bukhta Berkhin) [details]

 Etymology

Species is dedicated to Prof. Anna Andreevna Linevich, an expert on chironomids of Pribaikalye and Zabaikalye. [details]

 Etymology

The first part of the name is derived from the Greek word "diploos" - double; it points to the presence of two alike ... [details]

 Etymology

The first part of the name is derived from the Greek word "oxys" - acute; it points to the presence of acute dorsal ... [details]

 Etymology

The first part of the name (sento-) points to a presence of secondary spines on dorsal and lateral rows of armature ... [details]

 Etymology

The first part of the genus name (caeco-) is derived from the Latin word "caecus", meaning blind. [details]

 Etymology

The first part of the name is derived from the Latin word cornu - "horn", pointing to the shape of vetrolateral ... [details]

 Etymology

The name of the subgenus is derived from Latin "pretiositus" (=precious), because the names of its members are ... [details]

 Habitat

Brackish (interstitial), poikolohaline (intertidal): B. madeirae, B. helenae [details]

 Holotype

Specimen illustrated by Bazikalova (1935) in Plate 1, fig. 4 (as indicated by Karaman 1977). [details]

 Holotype

Specimen illustrated by Bazikalova (1935) in Plate I, fig. 2 and Plate III, fig. 10-20 (as indicated by Karaman 1977).  [details]

 New combination

Poekilogammarus (Rostrogammarus) talitrus in Bazikalova (1945), Barnard & Barnard (1983). P. (R.) talitrus talitrus ... [details]

 New combination

Replacement name Eulimnogammarus capellus sowinskii Bazikalova, 1945. New combination Tengisia sowinskii, in ... [details]

 New combination

The taxon first described in subsgeneric combination as M. (Setogammarus) cristatus by Bazikalova (1945) was ... [details]

 Nomenclature

From Latin word 'aspretum' - rough, rocky place, pointing to the presence of dorsaal tubercles in representatives ... [details]

 Original Combination

Acanthogammarus godlewskii var. brevispinus Dorogostaisky, 1922 [details]

 Original Combination

Described as Odontogammarus brevipes Dorogostaisky, 1930. Full species rank restored in Kamaltynov (2001) [details]

 Original Combination

Original combination Micruropus (Setogammarus) ciliodorsalis parvulus Bazikalova, 1945. Full species rank in ... [details]

 Original Combination

Plesiogammarus gestaeckeri brevis [details]

 Original Combination

Poekilogammarus (Rostrogammarus) rostratus amblyops Bazikalova, 1945 [details]

 Original description

Based on a variant individual illustrated and described by Bazikalova (1962) under Micruropus dybowskii. ... [details]

 Original description

Based on a variant individual illustrated and described by Bazikalova (1962) under Micruropus dybowskii. ... [details]

 Original description

Based on description of "Hyalellopsis tixtonae" in Bazikalova (1945) (non H. tixtonae Sowinsky, 1915) [details]

 Original description

Original description as "Odontogammarus margaritaceus (Dybowsky, 1874)" in Sowinsky (1915), and treated under that ... [details]

 Original description

Originally described as Carinurus reissneri f. A in Bazikalova (1935) and Bazikalova (1945) [details]

 Original description

Originally described as Carinurus reissneri f. C in Bazikalova (1935) and Bazikalova (1945) [details]

 Original description

Originally described as Carinurus belkini f. A by Bazikalova (1935, 1945), only diagnosis given in Kamaltynov (2001) [details]

 Original description

Originally presented as Heterogammarus capellus in Sowinsky (1915) [non Heterogammarus capellus of Stebbing (1899) ... [details]

 Original description

The first description of this taxon by Bazikalova (1945) was as Micruropus (Setogammarus) cristatus Dorogostaisky, ... [details]

 Original description

The taxon was originally described in Bazikalova (1945) as "Micruropus (Setogammarus) cristatus Dorogostaisky, ... [details]

 Publication date

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

 Remark

Garjajeff (1901) presents Dybowskia armata as a new combination for Gammarus armatus Dybowsky, 1974 ( = Dedyola ... [details]

 Remark

Heterogammarus capellus presented in Sowinsky (1915) is not this taxon; it was renamed Eulimnogammarus capellus ... [details]

 Remark

Odontogammarus margaritaceus Auct., as used in 1915-1983 [following Sowinsky (1915)], does not refer to this ... [details]

 Remark

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

 Remark

The form treated and illustrated as H. tixtonae in Bazikalova (1945) is now referred to H. linevitschae ... [details]

 Spelling

"petersi" was used by Bazikalova (1945) and Barnard & Barnard (1983) [details]

 Status

Considered synonym of Leptostenus l. leptocerus until 2001, but then distinguished as a subspecies by Kamaltynov ... [details]

 Status

Full species rank since occurs together with M. koshowi s.str. [details]

 Status

Not recognized as a separate subfamily by Takhteev et al. (2015) but included in Garjajewiinae. [details]

 Status

Raised to a full species rank since the distribution overlaps with that of M. laeviusculus. [details]

 Status

Raised to a full species rank by Kamaltynov (2001) on the basis of sympatry with O. (O.) dorogostajskii. Both taxa ... [details]

 Status

Raised to full species rank due to range overlap and sympatry with M. talitroides. Genetically distinct in several ... [details]

 Status

Restored at a full sepcies rank since the distribution overlaps with that of Micruropus ivanowi. [details]

 Status

Restored to full species rank due to sympatry with M. macroconus s.str. at Bolshie Koty. [details]

 Status

Treated as subspecies O. calcaratus brevipes by Bazikalova (1945), Barnard & Barnard (1983), Takhteev (1999) [details]

 Status

Uplifted to a full species rank since co-occurs with M. glaber s.str. [details]

 Status

Uplifted to full species rank as the distribution overlaps with that of T. capellus. [details]

 Status

Uplifted to full species rank by Kamaltyov (2001) due to morphological distinctness from A. gracilis.  [details]

 Status

Uplifted to full species rank by Kamaltynov (2001), as recorded from the same site as the nominate E. wagii in the ... [details]

 Status

Uplifted to full species rank by Kamaltynov (2001), who found it together in the same samples with P. petersi. [details]

 Subgenus

The subgenus Poekilogammarus (Poekilogammars) sensu Takhteev et al. (2015) comprises the two monotypic genera ... [details]

 Synonymy

Plesiogammarinae sensu Lowry et Myers, 2013 corresponds to Garjajewiinae sensu Takhteev et al., 2015 ... [details]

 Taxonomic remark

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

 Taxonomy

The subspecies was accepted in full species rank by Kamaltynov (2001) [details]

 Type designation

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

 Type material

Known from a syntype (at Limnological Institute RAS, Irkutsk: no. 70) and illustration in Bazikalova (1945). No ... [details]