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Dimorphism and the Life Cycle of Austropotamobius Pallipes (Lereboullet, 1858)

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Bei Austropotamobius pallipes sind die Scheren und die beiden ersten Pleopodenpaare auffällig geschlechtsdimorph ausgebildet. Eine Untersuchung der Entwicklungsstadien nach dem Schlüpfen aus dem Ei bis zum Adultus enthüllt weitere geschlechtsdimorphe Züge. Dazu gehören unterschiedliche Beborstung der Körperoberfläche, Poren in der Kutikula, Proportionsunterschiede der Pereiopoden und Pleopoden sowie die grobe Körperform. All diese Züge lassen sich auf bestimmte Phasen im Lebenszyklus von A. pallipes und auf streng rhythmische Perioden geringerer und stärkerer Ausprägung des Geschlechtsdimorphismus beziehen.

Affiliations: 1: University of London, Goldsmiths' College, New Cross, London, U.K.; 2: Zoology Department, British Museum (Natural History), London, U.K.


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