FIRST RECORD OF GAMMARUS LEOPOLIENSIS JA ˙ ZD ˙ ZEWSKI & KONOPACKA, 1989 (PERACARIDA, AMPHIPODA) FROM HUNGARY BY J. PAPP 1,3 ) and J. KONTSCHÁN 2 ) 1 ) Department of Animal Systematics and Ecology, Eötvös Loránd University, Pázmány Péter sétány 1/c, H-1117 Budapest, Hungary 2 ) Systematic Zoology Research Group of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungarian Natural History Museum, Baross utca 13, H-1088 Budapest, Hungary ABSTRACT The amphipod, Gammarus leopoliensis Ja˙zd˙zewski & Konopacka, 1989, originally described from Poland, appears now to have been collected in Hungary already in 1959 and is herein reported from this country for the first time. A short description and drawings of the Hungarian specimens of the species are provided. RÉSUMÉ L’amphipode Gammarus leopoliensis Ja˙zd˙zewski & Konopacka, 1989, décrit à l’origine de Pologne, aurait été collecté en Hongrie déjà en 1959 et est ici signalé de ce pays pour la première fois. Une courte description et des illustrations des spécimens hongrois de cette espèce sont présentés ici. INTRODUCTION Species of the family Gammaridae are widely distributed in the northern hemisphere. To date, more than 100 species have been recorded from Central Europe (Karaman & Pinkster, 1977). One of the newly described European
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