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The Larval Development of Palaemonetes Paludosus (Gibbes, 1850) (Decapoda, Palaemonidae), Reared in the Laboratory 1 )

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Die Larven der Süsswassergarnele Palaemonetes paludosus (Gibbes) wurden im Laboratorium gezüchtet. Die Larvalentwicklung ist verkürzt. Sie umschliesst 3 Stadien. Bei Temperaturen zwischen 15° und 31°C tritt die Metamorphose nach 5 bis 10 Tagen ein. Die Variationsbreite der Entwicklung ist gering, nur eines der 263 Individuen erreichte das Stadium der ersten Postlarve, und zwar nach 4 Larvenstadien. Hungertiere metamorphosieren ebenso schnell und mit ebenso geringer Sterblichkeit wie gefütterte. Dieser Umstand ist auf den internen Vorrat an Larvendotter zurückzuführen. Die drei Zoea Stadien und die erste Postlarve werden beschrieben und abgebildet.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Marine Science, University of Miami, Florida, U.S.A.


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