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Early Larval Stages of the Indo-Pacific Coral Gall-Forming Crab Hapalocarcinus Marsupialis Stimpson, 1859 (Brachyura, Hapalocarcinidae) Cultured in the Laboratory

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Die beiden ersten Larvenstadien der gallbildenden Art Hapalocarcinus marsupialis Stimpson aus dem Pazifik wurden unter laborbedingungen aufgezogen. Die Larven werden abgebildet und beschrieben und mit den Larven von Troglocarcinus corallicola Verrill aus dem Atlantik verglichen. Die Larven beider Arten haben wenigstens 10 Merkmale gemein und unterscheiden sich nur in den drei folgenden: Verhältnis der Antennaldornen, Borstenformel der Endopodite, relative Grösse der medioventralen Tuberkel am 5. Abdominalsegment. Aufgrund der Larvalmerkmale ist die Gattung Hapalocarcinus in der Nähe der Familien Pinnotheridae, Hymenosomatidae und Leucosiidae zu stellen.

Affiliations: 1: Smithsonian Institution, Ft. Pierce Bureau, Ft. Pierce, Florida 33450, U.S.A.; 2: Harbor Branch Foundation, Link Port, Ft. Pierce, Florida 33450, U.S.A.


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