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Laboratory Rearing of Upogebia Quddusiae Tirmizi & Ghani, 1978 (Decapoda, Thalassinidea) From Ovigerous Female To Postlarva

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[Complete larval and postlarval developmental series of Upogebia quddusiae Tirmizi & Ghani, 1978, from Pakistan, were produced in the laboratory at room temperature (25°C-30°C). U. quddusiae displayed an abbreviated development of the advanced type, with two or three zoeal stages (under identical conditions). The life cycle was completed within 12 to 19 days. The zoeal and postlarval stages are described and illustrated, and are compared with those of closely related species., Complete larval and postlarval developmental series of Upogebia quddusiae Tirmizi & Ghani, 1978, from Pakistan, were produced in the laboratory at room temperature (25°C-30°C). U. quddusiae displayed an abbreviated development of the advanced type, with two or three zoeal stages (under identical conditions). The life cycle was completed within 12 to 19 days. The zoeal and postlarval stages are described and illustrated, and are compared with those of closely related species.]

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1995-01-01
2015-03-27

Affiliations: 1: Marine Reference Collection & Resource Centre, University of Karachi, Karachi-75270, Pakistan

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