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LARVAL DEVELOPMENT OF ACETES AMERICANUS (DECAPODA: SERGESTIDAE) AT PARANAGUA AND LARANJEIRAS BAYS, BRAZIL

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ABSTRACT The larval development of Acetes americanus was studied from plankton samples collected monthly between October 1980 and April 1981 at Paranagua and Laranjeiras Bays, State of Parana, Brazil. All stages including nauplius I-VI, protozoea I―III, and zoea (mysis) I and II, together with the first 2 postlarval stages, are described and illustrated. The larval development follows a pattern similar to that of other sergestids, and it closely resembles the development of penaeid shrimps. The comparisons with other species showed that the numbers of naupliar and zoeal stages are not in agreement among species. The descriptions of the different species were inconsistent and they could not be interpreted with confidence for the phylogenetic separation of the erythraeus- and japonicus-groups.

10.1163/193724096X00793
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2017-12-13

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