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ZOEAL DEVELOPMENT OF THREE SPECIES OF PUGETTIA (DECAPODA: MAJIDAE), WITH A KEY TO THE KNOWN ZOEAS OF THE SUBFAMILY EPIALTINAE

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ABSTRACT Two zoeal stages of Pugettia marissinica and P. intermedia, plus the first zoea of P. quadridens, were cultured in the laboratory. These zoeal stages are described and illustrated. Although the chaetotaxy is identical, the zoeas can be separated by chromatophore patterns on the dorsal carapace spine. The zoeal morphology of these three species of Pugettia is compared with larvae of other Epialtinae and a key is provided.

10.1163/193724098X00322
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2017-08-18

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