The glacial relict amphipod Gammaracanthus lacustris only occurs in deep and cold waters. A new study produced new information on the life cycle and ecology of this rare amphipod. G. lacustris is adapted to cold water and would probably not survive in rising water temperatures due to climate change.... SCIENCE DAILY · 1 week
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