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The Larval Development of Macrobrachium Australiense Holthuis, 1950 (Decapoda, Palaemonidae), Reared in the Laboratory

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Les stades larvaires de Macrobrachium australiense Holthuis, 1950 sont décrits et comparés à ceux d'autres espèces de Palaemonidae. M. australiense a une vie larvaire abrégée de trois stades, s'étendant sur environ six jours avant que la métamorphose au premier stade post-larvaire n'ait lieu. En ce qui concerne le développement larvaire, M. australiense appartiendrait à la deuxième classe de Sollaud (1923) qui comprend les Palaemonidae d'eau douce à courte vie larvaire. Pourtant M. australiense produit un nombre relativement grand de petits oeufs, ce qui caractérise plutôt les espèces marines. Il est possible que ces observations indiquent que M. australiense n'est venu de l'estuaire à l'eau douce qu'à une époque relativement récente.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia


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