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A Description of the Laboratory-Reared Larvae of Cancer Gracilis Dana, 1852 (Decapoda, Brachyura) 1)

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Les larves du crabe Cancer gracilis Dana ont été élevées en laboratoire à partir des oeufs d'une femelle ovigère capturée dans la baie de San Pedro, Californie. Les stades larvaires comprennent un stade prézoé, cinq stades zoé, et un stade mégalope. Dans l'expérience, les larves ont été soumises à une température de 17° C et à des salinités variant de 33,5 à 33,6‰, et le jour et la nuit ont été simulés. Il s'est écoulé en moyenne 29 jours de l'éclosion des oeufs jusqu'au stade mégalope. Tous les stades larvaires sont décrits et figurés.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology California State University, Long Beach, California 90801, U.S.A.


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