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The Postembryonic Developmental Instars of Diaptomus Oregonensis Lilljeborg, 1889 (Copepoda)

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Le développement post-embryonnaire et les stades adultes de Diaptomus oregonensis Lilljeborg, 1889 sont présentés en 103 dessins montrant des détails des appendices et du corps. Les changements survenant à chaque stade sont présentés et comparés à ceux observés chez Diaptomus siciloides Lilljeborg. Les deux espèces montrent des différences au stade copépodite III; le dimorphisme sexuel accentue les différences au cours des trois derniers stades.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, North Dakota State University, Fargo, North Dakota 58102, U.S.A.


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