N. molnari, scanning electron micrographs. A epimeral plates (Ep1-3 = epimeral plates 1-3) B honeybee-cell pattern on the exosceleton (tipical feature of amphipods) C pleopod with two retinacles (pl-r = pleopod ramus, ret = retinaculum) D retinaculi on the pleopod (ret = retinaculum) E gnathopod II propodus (prop = propodus, sup-spine = supporting spine, dact = dactylus) F palmar region of gnathopod II propodus (dent-spine = denticulated spine, sup-spine = supporting spine, n = nail, palm-spine = palmar spine).

  Part of: Angyal D, Balázs G, Zakšek V, Krízsik V, Fišer C (2015) Redescription of two subterranean amphipods Niphargus molnari Méhely, 1927 and Niphargus gebhardti Schellenberg, 1934 (Amphipoda, Niphargidae) and their phylogenetic position. ZooKeys 509: 53-85. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.509.9820