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LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF AUSTROPANDALUS GRAYI (CUNNINGHAM, 1871) (DECAPODA, CARIDEA, PANDALIDAE) FROM THE SOUTHWESTERN ATLANTIC OCEAN

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[Austropandalus grayi and Pandalopsis ampla are the only members of the Pandalidae recorded from coastal waters of Argentina. The identification of planktonic larvae of A. grayi from the southwestern Atlantic and the Magellan Region was confirmed by comparing stage I zoeae with larvae hatched in the laboratory. Zoeal stages I-V and an advanced larval stage were distinguished, and their morphology and distribution are described. The phylogenetic relations of pandalid larvae and the position of A. grayi in the family are discussed.

Austropandalus grayi y Pandalopsis ampla son los únicos miembros de la familia Pandalidae citados en las aguas costeras de Argentina. La identificación de larvas planctónicas de A. grayi procedentes del Atlántico suroeste y de la región Magallánica, se ha confirmado comparando el estadío larvario Zoea I con el de larvas obtenidas en el laboratorio. Los estadíos larvarios Zoea I-V y un estadío larvario más desarrollado fueron también identificados, y su morfología y distribución descritos. Se discuten las relaciones filogenéticas de las larvas de pandálidos así como la posición de A. grayi dentro de la familia., Austropandalus grayi and Pandalopsis ampla are the only members of the Pandalidae recorded from coastal waters of Argentina. The identification of planktonic larvae of A. grayi from the southwestern Atlantic and the Magellan Region was confirmed by comparing stage I zoeae with larvae hatched in the laboratory. Zoeal stages I-V and an advanced larval stage were distinguished, and their morphology and distribution are described. The phylogenetic relations of pandalid larvae and the position of A. grayi in the family are discussed.

Austropandalus grayi y Pandalopsis ampla son los únicos miembros de la familia Pandalidae citados en las aguas costeras de Argentina. La identificación de larvas planctónicas de A. grayi procedentes del Atlántico suroeste y de la región Magallánica, se ha confirmado comparando el estadío larvario Zoea I con el de larvas obtenidas en el laboratorio. Los estadíos larvarios Zoea I-V y un estadío larvario más desarrollado fueron también identificados, y su morfología y distribución descritos. Se discuten las relaciones filogenéticas de las larvas de pandálidos así como la posición de A. grayi dentro de la familia.]

Affiliations: 1: Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, P.O. Box 120 161, D-27515 Bremerhaven, Germany; 2: Juana Azurduy 1611, 1424 Buenos Aires, Argentina

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2000-06-01
2016-12-05

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