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The Developmental Stages of Undin Ula Vulgaris (Dana) (Copepoda) 1)

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Les stades larvaires et les copépodites d'Undinula vulgaris obtenus par élevage des nauplii prélevés du plancton sont décrits. Les nauplii d'Undinula sont comparés aux autres nauplii des Calanides qui habitent les eaux marines tropicales et subtropicales. Les descriptions des copépodites atlantiques d'Undinula sont comparées aux descriptions des copépodites indiens de la même espèce faites par Sewell (1929). La distribution des nauplii en profondeur est étudiée.

Affiliations: 1: Caribbean Marine Biological Institute, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, and Instituto Oceanográfico da Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil


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