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Postembryonic Development of Pseudocyclops Umbraticus Giesbrecht, 1893 (copepoda, Calanoida) from Coastal Waters of Sicily

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The authors describe the six naupliar and five copepodid stages of Pseudocyclops umbraticus raised in the laboratory. These are the first data on the ontogenetic stages of a species of the genus Pseudocyclops. On the basis of these results and the adult morphology (Giesbrecht, 1893), the authors place P. umbraticus in an intermediate position between the lepidotus-kulai and crassiremismagnus groups of Ohtsuka et al. (1999).


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