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The Zoeal Stages of Il Yoplax Tansuiensis Sakai, 1939 (Decapoda, Brachyura, Ocypodidae) Reared in the Laboratory

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Les larves d'Ilyoplax tansuiensis Sakai, 1939, ont été élevées en laboratoire à une température de 25°C et dans une salinité de 33,3‰. Le premier et le second stade zoé ont été obtenus. La première zoé se distingue de celle des autres Ilyoplax en ayant de minuscules spinules sur l'épine rostrale, pas d'épines latérales sur la carapace, pas d'exopodites antennaires, 8 soies sur les endites basaux de la maxille, un abdomen long et grêle, et de minuscules spinules sur le telson.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Biology, Pusan Women's University, Pusan 607-737, Republic of Korea; 2: Department of Biology, Pusan National University, Pusan 609-735, Republic of Korea


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