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IDENTIFICATION OF SPECIES IN THE CONCHOSTRACAN GENUS EULIMNADIA BY EGG SHELL MORPHOLOGY

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ABSTRACT Clam shrimps in the genus Eulimnadia (Branchiopoda: Spinicaudata) cover their eggs with tertiary envelopes that on close examination exhibit species-specific morphologies. Most of the other characters used by previous students of this group are misleadingly variable. I review the 12 species described from North America. Egg morphology suggests that only 5 of these are valid. To these 5, I add 2 new species clearly recognizable by egg morphology.

10.1163/193724089X00269
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2017-07-26

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