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Early Zoeal Stages of the Semiterrestrial Shrimp Merguia Rhizophorae (Rathbun, 1900) Cultured Under Laboratory Conditions (Decapoda Natantia, Hippolytidae) With a Discussion of Characters in the Larval Genus Eretmocaris

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Les larves de Merguia rhizophorae élevées en laboratoire présentent beaucoup des caractéristiques typiques des larves attribuables à la famille des Hippolytidae et au genre larvaire composite Eretmocaris. Les larves ont un flagelle antennaire fortement allongé, à partir du second stade, ce qui semble les distinguer des autres Eretmocaris. On ne peut comparer ces stades larvaires avec ceux des autres Carides que de façon approximative, par manque de connaissances sur la plupart des larves de la famille. Nous suggérons que le genre larvaire Eretmocaris soit conservé jusqu'à ce que les caractéristiques larvaires des espèces soient mieux connues.


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Affiliations: 1: Department of Biological Science, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida 32306, U.S.A.; 2: Smithsonian Institution, Fort Pierce Bureau, Fort Pierce, Florida 33450, U.S.A.


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