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The Larval Development of Heteropanope Glabra Stimpson, 1858 (Decapoda, Xanthidae) in the Laboratory

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Les quatre stades zoé et la mégalope de Heteropanope glabra Stimpson, 1858 sont décrits pour la première fois. Ils ont été élevés à la température de 21 ± 1°C, avec une salinité de 31 ± 1°/oo. La durée minimale de tous les stades zoé était de deux jours et la durée moyenne du stade mégalope de 12,7 jours. Le pourcentage de survie de la mégalope au premier stade crabe était de 89,2%. La taxonomie du genre Heteropanope est aussi discutée, principalement en fonction du développement larvaire.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, National University of Singapore, Singapore


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