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The early larval developmental stages of the spiny lobster Panulirus ornatus (Fabricius, 1798) cultured under laboratory conditions

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[Phyllosomas of the ornate spiny rock lobster Panulirus ornatus (Fabricius, 1798) were hatched and reared under laboratory conditions. The phyllosomas moulted 9 times to reach the sixth developmental stage, with distinct morphological changes between each stage, though not always between each moult. P. ornatus were much smaller and less developed than temperate species, but the early developmental stages of this species were very similar to those of P. homarus (Linnaeus, 1758). Early phyllosomas of P. ornatus were compared to those of closely related species.

Im Labor geschlüpfte Phyllosomalarven der tropischen Langustenart Panulirus ornatus (Fabricius, 1798) wurden unter kontrollierten Bedingungen aufgezogen. Die Larven häuteten sich neunmal und erreichten so das sechste Entwicklungsstadium. Dabei zeigten sich deutliche morphologische Veränderungen zwischen den einzelnen Stadien, nicht jedoch zwischen jedem Häutungszyklus. Larven von P. ornatus waren wesentlich kleiner und weniger entwickelt als temperaten Arten, aber frühe Entwicklungsstadien waren denen von P. homarus (Linnaeus, 1758) sehr ähnlich. Die frühen Phyllosomas von P. ornatus werden mit denen nah verwandter Arten verglichen., Phyllosomas of the ornate spiny rock lobster Panulirus ornatus (Fabricius, 1798) were hatched and reared under laboratory conditions. The phyllosomas moulted 9 times to reach the sixth developmental stage, with distinct morphological changes between each stage, though not always between each moult. P. ornatus were much smaller and less developed than temperate species, but the early developmental stages of this species were very similar to those of P. homarus (Linnaeus, 1758). Early phyllosomas of P. ornatus were compared to those of closely related species.

Im Labor geschlüpfte Phyllosomalarven der tropischen Langustenart Panulirus ornatus (Fabricius, 1798) wurden unter kontrollierten Bedingungen aufgezogen. Die Larven häuteten sich neunmal und erreichten so das sechste Entwicklungsstadium. Dabei zeigten sich deutliche morphologische Veränderungen zwischen den einzelnen Stadien, nicht jedoch zwischen jedem Häutungszyklus. Larven von P. ornatus waren wesentlich kleiner und weniger entwickelt als temperaten Arten, aber frühe Entwicklungsstadien waren denen von P. homarus (Linnaeus, 1758) sehr ähnlich. Die frühen Phyllosomas von P. ornatus werden mit denen nah verwandter Arten verglichen.]

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