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The Phyllosoma Larvae of Slipper Lobsters From the Hawaiian Islands and Adjacent Areas (Decapoda, Scyllaridae)

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Aus Planktonproben, welche der Umgegend der Hawaiischen Inseln entstammen, werden sechs Arten scyllarider Phyllosoma-Larven beschrieben. Es wird angenommen, daß fünf dieser Larven-formen von folgenden örtlichen Arten produziert werden: Scyllarus modestus, S. timidus, Parribacus antarcticus, Scyllarides squammosus und Arctides regalis - der einzige aus dieser Gegend bekannte Vertreter der Scyllaridae. Die sechste Larve, Scyllarus sp., wird vermutlich auch örtlich produziert, jedoch ist das adulte Stadium bisher noch nicht gefunden worden. Die Ähnlichkeit einiger dieser Larven mit Phyllosomen, die von anderen Gebieten mit identischen Arten beschrieben worden sind, wird diskutiert.

Affiliations: 1: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, U.S.A.

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1971-01-01
2016-09-25

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