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Although subterranean waters are among the most fragile and threatened ecosystems, there is very little information on their total biological diversity. Presenting one group of small crustaceans, this book shows how rich and complex subterranean systems may be even in Australian desert regions. This is the first comprehensive study of the subterranean copepods from Australia. It contains descriptions of 5 new genera and 24 new species.
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Sharalyn Orbaugh, Ph.D. (1989), University of Michigan, is Associate Professor of Asian Studies and Women's Studies at the University of British Columbia. Her publications address issues of corporality and visuality in the fiction and other narrative forms of modern Japan.
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