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Larval Stages of Paranthessius Anemoniae Claus (Copepoda, Cyclopoida), an Associate of the Snakelocks Anemone Anemonia Sulcata ( Pennant)

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[Grâce à des expériences utilisant des techniques "in vitro", ont été élevés et décrits pour la première fois six stades naupliens et deux stades copépodites de Paranthessius anemoniae Claus. Les méthodes employées comprenaient l'aération des élevages larvaires et l'addition à ceux-ci d'algues unicellulaires., Grâce à des expériences utilisant des techniques "in vitro", ont été élevés et décrits pour la première fois six stades naupliens et deux stades copépodites de Paranthessius anemoniae Claus. Les méthodes employées comprenaient l'aération des élevages larvaires et l'addition à ceux-ci d'algues unicellulaires.]

Affiliations: 1: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries Research Laboratories, The Cutts, Coleraine, Northern Ireland, Great Britain

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2016-07-25

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