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Pattern of Egg Shell Morphology in Thamnocephalids and Streptocephalids of the New World (Anostraca)

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Nel presente lavoro viene descritta al SEM la morfologia dell'uovo per le specie dei generi Dendrocephalus (9), Thamnocephalus (3) e Streplocephalus (10), sino ad oggi identificate nel Nuovo Mondo. I risultati di questo studio, analizzati alla luce di precedenti osservazioni condotte su altri generi e specie di Crostacei Anostraci, sembrano confermare quanto già evidenziato precedentemente (Brendonck et al., 1990; Mura, 1986, 1991) circa la validità di questo carattere dal punto di vista tassonomico e sottolineano la necessità di una indagine più estesa al riguardo.

Affiliations: 1: Department of Animal and Human Biology, University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy


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