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Changes in the Relative Growth Rates of the Inner Pair of Telson Spines and the Spinous End of the Telson in Three Species of Macrobrachium Bate (Decapoda, Palaemonidae)

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Bei juvenilen und adulten Macrobrachium malcolmsonii, M. rosenbergii und M. lamarrei wurde der Nachweis geführt, daß bei den sehr jungen Stadien aller drei Arten das innere Dornenpaar von dem hinteren Körperrand über die Telsonspitze hinausragen. Mit zunehmender Individuengröße nimmt die relative Länge, mit welcher die Dornen über den Apex hinausragen, ab: Bei den Adulten der erstgenannten Arten reicht der Telsonapex über die Dornenspitzen hinaus; bei den Adulten M. lamarrei jedoch reichen die Dornen immer noch weit über das Telsonende.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, Andhra University Postgraduate Centre, Guntur-522005, India


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