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The Identity of the Frontal Organs of Janirid Isopods (Isopoda, Janiridae)

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[Die Körperanhänge, die von Verhoeff (1943, 1949) als frontale Organe janirider Isopoden interpretiert und von ihm als Anhänge eines prä-antennalen Segmentes bezeichnet worden sind, werden als Mandibularpalpen erkannt., Die Körperanhänge, die von Verhoeff (1943, 1949) als frontale Organe janirider Isopoden interpretiert und von ihm als Anhänge eines prä-antennalen Segmentes bezeichnet worden sind, werden als Mandibularpalpen erkannt.]

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2016-12-07

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