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A Comparison of the Gastric Mills of Nine Species of Parastacid Crayfish From a Range of Habitats, Using Multivariate Morphometrics (Decapoda, Astacoidea)

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La morphométrie des ossicules zygocardiaques et urocardiaques du moulin gastrique a été étudiée chez neuf espèces d'écrevisse Parastacidae, en utilisant l'analyse canonique multivariée. Toutes les espèces différaient de façon significative les unes des autres, mais le groupe de celles vivant en eau ouverte et celles appartenant au genre Engaeus pouvaient être séparées du reste. Ces séparations sont discutées en fonction du régime alimentaire et de la phylogénie des espèces.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Zoology, University of Tasmania, Box 252C, GPO Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia


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