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THE FIRST ZOEAL STAGE OF EUALUS SINENSIS (YU, 1931) (DECAPODA, CARIDEA, HIPPOLYTIDAE), WITH A KEY TO THE KNOWN HIPPOLYTID FIRST ZOEAE OF KOREA AND ADJACENT WATERS

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The first zoeal stage of Eualus sinensis (Yu, 1931) is described and illustrated in detail. The presence or absence of a posterolateral spine on abdominal somite 5 can be used to separate the larvae of Eualus into two groups. The first zoea of E. sinensis is easily distinguished from that of E. leptognathus by the absence of a rostrum, a pterygostomial spine, and anteroventral denticles on the carapace, as well as by the rudiments of pereiopods. A key to the known first zoeae of 20 hippolytid species of Korea and adjacent waters is provided.

Le premier stade zoé de Eualus sinensis (Yu, 1931) est décrit et illustré en détail. La présence ou l'absence de l'épine postérolatérale du somite abdominal 5 peut être utilisée pour séparer les larves de Eualus en deux groupes. La première zoé de E. sinensis est facilement distinguée de celle de E. leptognathus par l'absence du rostre, de l'épine ptérygostomienne et des denticules antéroventraux sur la carapace, ainsi que par les péréiopodes rudimentaires. Une clé des premiers stades zoés connus de 20 espèces d'Hippolytidae de Corée et des eaux voisines est fournie.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, Pusan National University, Pusan 609-735, South Korea; 2: Department of Life Science, Silla University, Pusan 617-736, South Korea

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2016-08-28

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