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Xantho Poressa (Olivi, 1792) and Xantho Pilipes A. Milne-Edwards, 1867 Larvae (Brachyura, Xanthidae): Scanning Em Diagnosis of Zoea I from the Adriatic Sea

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SEM analysis of zoea I larvae of Xantho poressa and Xantho pilipes from the northern Adriatic Sea was used to find further distinctive features between the two species. These were observed on the rostral spine, the antenna, and the setae on the telson. The results are compared with those on animals from the Atlantic Ocean. Mit Hilfe einer REM-Analyse von Zoea-I-Larven von Xantho poressa und Xantho pilipes aus der Nordadria wurden weitere Unterscheidungsmerkmale für die beiden Arten gefunden, vor allem auf dem Rostralstachel, der Antenne und den Setae auf dem Telson. Die Ergebnisse werden mit den Verhältnissen, die für Tiere aus dem Atlantik beschrieben wurden, verglichen.


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