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The Phyllosoma Larvae of the Spiny Lobster Palinurellus Gundlachi Von Martens ( Decapoda, Palinuridae)

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Auf Exkursionen durch die Meeresstrassen von Yucatan und Florida, die dem Zwecke dienten, Phyllosomalarven der Florida Languste Panulirus argus zu sammeln, wurden 31 Phyllosomen einer anderen Art gefunden. Die Besonderheit dieser Larven bestand darin, dass sie einen schnabelförmigen Stirnfortsatz und einen quadratischen Vorderkörper besassen, der den mittleren Körperabschnitt überdeckte. Eine Nachprüfung der Literatur ergab, dass sie wahrscheinlich der Art Palinurellus gundlachi Von Martens angehören. Elf Stadien der Phyllosomalarve werden beschrieben und illustriert.

Affiliations: 1: Florida Board of Conservation Marine Laboratory, St. Petersburg, Florida, U.S.A.


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