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Morphologie Des Soies Des Appendices Buccaux Et Des Pattes D'Un Mysidacé Cavernicole

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The mouth-parths and the thoracic appendages of the cavernicolous Mysidacea Antromysis juberthiei were studied by means of scanning electron microscopy to reveal the distribution and the fine morphology of their setae; twelve types of setae are reported; they are compared to antennary setae of the same animal previously studied and to setae of other Crustacea.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratoire souterrain du CNRS, Moulis 09200, Saint-Girons, France

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1987-01-01
2016-09-26

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