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ANOTHER CAPRELLID AMPHIPOD WITH EXTENDED PARENTAL CARE: AEGININA LONGICORNIS

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ABSTRACT The caprellid amphipod Aeginina longicornis is a common species in coastal waters of the North Atlantic. Here, I report on aquarium observations of 2 females. After hatching from the brood pouch the juveniles remained on the bodies of the females for at least 2 weeks. Both females with all attached juveniles (N = 31 and N = 42) were collected 5 June 1995. One female with relatively large juveniles was ovigerous, the other was attended by a male. Aeginina longicornis belongs to the group of epibenthic peracarids with extended parental care, most members of this group being suspension feeders

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1997-01-01
2016-12-03

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