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ABBREVIATED LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF MACROBRACHIUM TUXTLAENSE VILLALOBOS & ALVAREZ, 1999, REARED IN THE LABORATORY

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[The abbreviated larval development of the freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium tuxtlaense is described. The first stage of M. tuxtlaense is similar to those of other Mexican and South American species of Macrobrachium such as M. vicconi, M. reyesi, and M. nattereri, sharing uniramous pereiopods, biramous pleopods, and a rounded telson. Newly hatched M. tuxtlaense undergo 5 moults before reaching the juvenile stage. Abbreviated development has allowed M. tuxtlaense to get established in Lake Catemaco, Veracruz, Mexico, where no other of the common coastal plain species of Macrobrachium occur.

Se describe el desarrollo larval abreviado del langostino Macrobrachium tuxtlaense. La primera etapa larval de M. tuxtlaense es similar a aquellas de otras especies mexicanas y sudamericanas de Macrobrachium como: M. vicconi, M. reyesi y M. nattereri, con quien comparte pereiópodos unirrámeos, pleopodos birrámeos y un telson redondeado. Los M. tuxtlaense recien eclosionados pasan por 5 mudas antes de alcanzar la etapa juvenil. El desarrollo abreviado le ha permitido a M. tuxtlaense establecerse en el Lago de Catemaco, Veracruz, México, en donde no se encuentra ninguna otra de las especies de Macrobrachium que son comunes en la planicie costera., The abbreviated larval development of the freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium tuxtlaense is described. The first stage of M. tuxtlaense is similar to those of other Mexican and South American species of Macrobrachium such as M. vicconi, M. reyesi, and M. nattereri, sharing uniramous pereiopods, biramous pleopods, and a rounded telson. Newly hatched M. tuxtlaense undergo 5 moults before reaching the juvenile stage. Abbreviated development has allowed M. tuxtlaense to get established in Lake Catemaco, Veracruz, Mexico, where no other of the common coastal plain species of Macrobrachium occur.

Se describe el desarrollo larval abreviado del langostino Macrobrachium tuxtlaense. La primera etapa larval de M. tuxtlaense es similar a aquellas de otras especies mexicanas y sudamericanas de Macrobrachium como: M. vicconi, M. reyesi y M. nattereri, con quien comparte pereiópodos unirrámeos, pleopodos birrámeos y un telson redondeado. Los M. tuxtlaense recien eclosionados pasan por 5 mudas antes de alcanzar la etapa juvenil. El desarrollo abreviado le ha permitido a M. tuxtlaense establecerse en el Lago de Catemaco, Veracruz, México, en donde no se encuentra ninguna otra de las especies de Macrobrachium que son comunes en la planicie costera.]

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