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Redescription of Argulus Varians Bere, 1936 (Branchiura, Argulidae) Including a Description of Its Early Development and. First Larval Stage

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Argulus varians a été originellement décrit (Bere, 1936) d'après cinq échantillons femelles provenant de quatre espèces différentes de poissons. Cette étude redécrit l'espèce d'après un grand nombre d'échantillons obtenus de Sphoeroides testudineus. Sont également incluses les descriptions du mâle, de l'œuf et du premier stade larvaire, ainsi qu'une discussion des affinités taxonomiques de l'espèce.

Affiliations: 1: National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA, National Marine Mammal Laboratory, 7600 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, Washington 98115, U.S.A.


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