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This volume includes an editorial article by D. L. Danielopol, K. Martens and J.C. von Vaupel Klein, two Introductory papers, eight papers on Groundwater fauna, five on Ancient Lakes, three on Anchialine Cave Fauna, three on deep-sea fauna, and a concluding paper on the age and origin of crustacean diversity in extreme environments, by K. Martens and D. L. Danielopol. Organisms covered by the papers include Amphipoda, stenasellid Isopoda, cyclopoid and misophrioid Copepoda, Remipedia, and Ostracoda.

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