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Type: Journal article
Title: Redescription of the freshwater amphipod Austrochiltonia australis (Sayce) (Crustacea: Amphipoda, Chiltoniidae)
Author: King, R.
Citation: Memoirs of the Museum of Victoria, 2009; 66(1):85-93
Publisher: Museum Board of Victoria
Issue Date: 2009
ISSN: 1447-2546
1447-2554
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Responsibility: 
Rachael A. King
Abstract: Austrochiltonia is an abundant yet taxonomically poorly known freshwater amphipod genus. With two species recognised, they are inadequately defi ned yet widely identifi ed throughout southern Australian freshwater systems. In an effort towards providing a clear diagnosis of Austrochiltonia, its type species, A. australis, is re-described from type material. Two distinct male morphotypes are described for the fi rst time and morphological variability within the species is discussed.
Keywords: Crustacea
Amphipoda
Freshwater
Australia
Chiltoniidae
Austrochiltonia
australis, subtenuis
Rights: © MUSEUM VICTORIA
DOI: 10.24199/j.mmv.2009.66.11
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