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Complete Larval Development of the Palaemonid Shrimp Macrobrachium Acanthurus (Wiegmann, 1836), Reared in the Laboratory

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Description des larves de la crevette palémonide, Macrobrachium acanthurus (Wiegmann), écloses et élevées en laboratoire jusqu'à l'obtention de juvéniles de deux mois. Les larves ont été élevées dans de l'eau de mer à 60% (en volume) et nourries avec des nauplii d'Artemia salina (L.) et des particules de poisson spécialement préparées. Les juvéniles ont été élevés dans de l'eau douce et nourris de chair de poisson. La vie larvaire comprend dix stades distincts. Le stade juvénile a été atteint dans un minimum de 32 jours et un maximum de 45 jours après l'éclosion. Dans cet article sont décrits dix stades larvaires et trois stades juvéniles.

Affiliations: 1: Zoology Department, University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica


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