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DEVELOPMENTAL STAGES OF ANTARCTOMYSIS OHLINII HANSEN, 1908 (MYSIDACEA) IN TERRA NOVA BAY, ROSS SEA, ANTARCTICA

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ABSTRACT Detailed descriptions of 2 intramarsupial stages, the juvenile stages, and male and female immature stages are given. Stage II shows an abundant yolk mass, 2 pairs of rudimentary antennae, and poorly developed mandibles. In stage III the yolk is absorbed and all the thoracic and abdominal appendages project freely. The juvenile stage starts when the larva leaves the marsupium. The antennulae, the antennae, and the mandibles assume the typical aspect of those of the adults. A statolith inside the statocyst appears in the endopod of the uropods. A morphological peculiarity of its immature stages (both in males and females) is described and referred to as sexual dimorphism.

10.1163/193724094X00353
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2017-08-21

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