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SENSORY STRUCTURES ASSOCIATED WITH THE BODY CUTICLE OF HUTCHINSONIELLA MACRACANTHA (CEPHALOCARIDA)

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ABSTRACT The body cuticle of the cephalocarid crustacean Hutchinsoniella macracantha Sanders, 1955, carries two types of small setae which differ in their external shape and number of ciliated sensory cells. It also has two types of pores, one being a gland opening, the other containing the tip of a cilium. The setae and the pore type containing a ciliated sensory cell are considered chemosensory organs.

10.1163/193724094X00038
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2017-11-21

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