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NAUPLIAR DEVELOPMENT OF PARALEPTASTACUS BREVICAUDATUS WILSON, 1932 (COPEPODA: HARPACTICOIDA: CYLINDROPSYLLIDAE)

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ABSTRACT All 6 naupliar stages of Paraleptastacus brevicaudatus Wilson, 1932, from a sandy intertidal beach of Helgoland Düne (North Sea), raised in the laboratory, are described in detail. As in other interstitial harpacticoid nauplii, the body form is elongate. Remarkable metamorphic changes throughout the naupliar phase provided a sufficient number of stage-specific characters for a key which allows the identification of the nauplius stages.

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1990-01-01
2017-06-24

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