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NAUPLIAR STAGES OF HEMICYCLOPS JAPONICUS (COPEPODA: POECILOSTOMATOIDA) REARED IN THE LABORATORY

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ABSTRACT All 6 naupliar stages of Hemicyclops japonicus (Copepoda: Poecilostomatoida) are described on the basis of specimens reared in the laboratory. The appendages that are directly related to feeding, such as the coxa and basis of the second antenna and mandible, reach their final state of armature by the fourth naupliar stage. The second maxilla, maxilliped, and legs 1 and 2 first appear at the sixth naupliar stage. Marked differences are noted between the naupliar stages of H. japonicus and H. adhaerens, described previously. Both species exhibit the typical characters of a feeding nauplius.

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1997-01-01
2016-12-09

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