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LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF BENTHOPANOPE INDICA (de MAN, 1887) (DECAPODA: BRACHYURA: PILUMNIDAE) IN THE LABORATORY

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ABSTRACT Larval development in the laboratory of the pilumnid crab Benthopanope indica (de Man, 1887) consisted of 4 zoeal and 1 megalopal stage. Complete larval metamorphosis required at least 24 days at 20-25°C. The morphology of the larval stages is described in detail, and comparisons are made with the known larvae of other species of the genera Benthopanope, Pilumnopeus, and Heteropanope. The zoea of Benthopanope is clearly distinguished from those of the 2 other genera in having a hooked dorsal spine, no lateral spines, and lateral knobs on abdominal somite 2.

10.1163/193724095X00280
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2017-08-19

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