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Larval Stages of the Spider Crab, Anasimus Latus Rathbun, 1894 (Brachyura, Majidae, Inachinae) Obtained in the Laboratory 1)

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Les larves du crabe Oxyrhynque Anasimus latus Rathbun ont été élevées en laboratoire depuis l'éclosion jusqu'à la mégalope. Un stade pre-zoé, deux stades zoé, et une mégalope ont été obtenus et sont décrits; les zoés et la mégalope sont figurées. Les caractères des larves de la sousfamille des Inachinae sont comparés. Les larves d'Anasimus latus différent des autres larves connues d'Inachinae principalement à l'égard des trois caractères: (1) la présence d'une paire d'épines oculaires, (2) la présence de six segments abdominaux plus un telson aux stades zoé II et mégalope, et (3) la présence de cinq paires de pleopodes chez la mégalope.

Affiliations: 1: Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Gloucester Point, Virginia 23062, U.S.A.


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