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Description of the embryonic development of Cherax quadricarinatus (Von Martens, 1868) (Decapoda, Parastacidae), based on the staging method

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The complete embryonic development of Cherax quadricarinatus, the redclaw crayfish, is described based on external morphological changes. Substages prior to hatching are defined in relation to the percentage time of embryonic development. Ten prehatching and three posthatching stages are described and illustrated. Embryo development, from recently spawned eggs to the first juvenile stage, lasted 42 days at 26.0°C.

Le développement embryonnaire complet de Cherax quadricarinatus, l'écrevisse à pinces rouges, est décrit à partir des changements morphologiques externes. Les stades antérieurs à l'éclosion sont définis par rapport au pourcentage de temps du développement embryonnaire. Dix stades avant éclosion et trois après éclosion sont décrits et illustrés. Le développement embryonnaire des oeufs récemment pondus au premier stade juvénile, a duré 42 jours à 26.0°C.


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