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Lowry, J. K.; Myers, A. A. (2013). A Phylogeny and Classification of the Senticaudata subord. nov. (Crustacea: Amphipoda). Zootaxa. 3610(1): 1-80.
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Lowry, J. K.; Myers, A. A.
2013
A Phylogeny and Classification of the Senticaudata subord. nov. (Crustacea: Amphipoda)
Zootaxa
3610(1): 1-80
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Calliopiidae G.O. Sars, 1893 (status source)
Calliopioidea Sars, 1895 (status source)
Cheirocratidae d'Udekem d'Acoz, 2010 (additional source)
Corophiida (status source)
Corophiida accepted as Corophiidira (status source)
Corophioidea Leach, 1814 (status source)
Dogielinotidae Gurjanova, 1953 (status source)
Eulimnogammaridae Kamaltynov, 1999 (additional source)
Gammaracanthidae Bousfield, 1989 (basis of record)
Gammarellidae Bousfield, 1977 (additional source)
Gammarida (status source)
Gammaridira (status source)
Gammaroidea Latreille, 1802 (Bousfield, 1977) (basis of record)
Hadziida (status source)
Hadziidira (status source)
Hadzioidea S. Karaman, 1943 (Bousfield, 1983) (status source)
Hyalella S.I. Smith, 1874 (basis of record)
Hyalellidae Bulyčeva, 1957 (status source)
Hyalidae Bulyčeva, 1957 (additional source)
Melitidae Bousfield, 1973 (additional source)
Pontogeneiidae Stebbing, 1906 (additional source)
Senticaudata (original description)
Talitrida (status source)
Talitridae Rafinesque, 1815 (status source)
Talitridira (status source)
Talitroidea Rafinesque, 1815 (status source)
 Classification

Koenemann & Holsinger (1999) removed the genus from the family Bogidiellidae to incertae sedis; it was retained in ... [details]

 Diagnosis

Coxal gills unstalked. Sternal gills absent. Uropod 3 endopod well developed, shorter than exopod. [details]

 Diagnosis

Coxal gills unstalked. Sternal gills absent. Uropod 3 endopod well developed, shorter than exopod. [details]

 Distribution

Asia-North America. Records from Asia include Pacific coasts, Kamchatka, Japan but also inland waters of Pakistan, ... [details]

 Distribution

Black and Caspian Seas, Volga River. [details]

 Distribution

Widespread in warm-temperate and tropical seas (not Indian Ocean). [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Mediterranean [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Endemic of tropical Australia [details]

 Distribution

Holarctic: majority in the Nearctic part [details]

 Distribution

Widespread in both hemispheres. [details]

 Distribution

Widespread in both hemispheres. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Southern South America. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Palaearctic. [details]

 Distribution

Temperate Australia. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

North and South America. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Caspian, Black and Azov Seas and associated rivers. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

North Pacific. [details]

 Distribution

North Pacific. [details]

 Distribution

Temperate Australia. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

New Zealand, southern South America. [details]

 Distribution

Temperate Australia. [details]

 Distribution

Widespread in both hemispheres. [details]

 Distribution

New Caledonia, New Zealand, southern South America. [details]

 Distribution

Eurasia. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Mediterranean region and Canary Islands. [details]

 Distribution

Balkans to Southern France, Spain and Morocco. [details]

 Distribution

Europe. [details]

 Distribution

Cosmopolitan. [details]

 Distribution

Eurasia. [details]

 Distribution

Temperate Australia. [details]

 Ecology

Iciliids are suspension feeders associated with sponges (Watson et al. 2004). [details]

 Ecology

Sanchoids are associated with sponges (Lowry & Barnard 2001). [details]

 Environment

Epigean by Väinölä et al. (2008). Hypogean by Lowry & Myers (2013), but Austroniphargus in moss and streams ... [details]

 Environment

Hypogean [details]

 Environment

Hypogean [details]

 Environment

Epigean [details]

 Environment

Epigean [details]

 Environment

Hypogean and epigean within groundwater-fed systems [details]

 Environment

Hypogean [details]

 Environment

Epigean, hypogean [details]

 Environment

Epigean [details]

 Environment

Hypogean (predominantly hypogean) [details]

 Environment

Epigean [details]

 Environment

Epigean [details]

 Environment

Hypogean (predominantly hypogean) [details]

 Habitat

Supralittoral beaches, mangrove forests and terrestrial forests. [details]

 Synonymy

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

 Synonymy

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

 Taxonomy

Koenemann & Holsinger (1999) raised all bogidiellid subgenera, mostly established by Stock (1981), to generic level ... [details]

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