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SIBLING SPECIES OF ARTEMIA: A LIGHT AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC SURVEY OF THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE FRONTAL KNOBS. PART I

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ABSTRACT The morphology of the frontal knobs of sibling species of Artemia is analyzed in comparison with previously described Artemia franciscana (Tyson and Sullivan, 1979; Wolfe, 1980) by means of optical and SEM microscopy and discussed. According to the overall morphology of the knobs, we can distinguish two main patterns: (1) New World bisexual species (subspherical knobs), and (2) Old World bisexual species (subconical knobs). Further differences are outlined in the number and arrangement of spines, though their significance is still unknown at present.

10.1163/193724089X00386
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2017-08-18

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