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Anatomy of the Nauplii of Euterpina Acutifrons (Dana) (Copepoda, Harpacticoida)

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Nauplien von Euterpina acutifrons (Dana) wurden im Laboratorium bis zu den 6. Nauplius-stadien gezüchtet. Die außere Morphologie wurde beschrieben, mit der Litteratur verglichen und bestätigte die Beobachtungen von Haq (1965). Die verschiedenen Größen von jedem Stadium wurden festgestellt (Tabelle I). Mit Hilfe von Untersuchungen an lebenden Tieren und Studien der histologischen Präparate wurde die funktionelle Anatomie von den 6 Entwiclungsstadien beschrieben (Fig. 2 bis 5). Besonders bei Muskulatur und Darmkanal wurde festgestellt, wann sich die verschiedenen Strukturen zu entwickeln beginnen (Fig. 6).

Affiliations: 1: Departamento de Zoologia, Universidade de São Paulo, Caixa Postal 8105, São Paulo, Brazil


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