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Importance of systematic in knowledge and protection of biodiversity, the case of the genus Haploops Liljeborg, 1856 (Ampeliscidae)

Abstract : A complete revision of the Haploops Liljeborg, 1856 (Ampeliscidae) species is in course with important collections coming from the North Atlantic mainly during the BIOICE and BIOFAR programmes. Till today, Haploops accounted 23 species; several species remained to describe. We propose a review of the available data on this genus including taxonomy, biogeography, ecology and biology and some ways of research in the future on this genus.
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Jean-Claude Dauvin, Denise Bellan-Santini, Richard Kaïm-Malka. Importance of systematic in knowledge and protection of biodiversity, the case of the genus Haploops Liljeborg, 1856 (Ampeliscidae). 17th International Colloquium on Amphipoda (17th ICA), Sep 2017, Trapani, Italy. pp.409-410. ⟨hal-02060969⟩

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