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COMPOUND EYES IN THE CEPHALOCARID CRUSTACEAN HUTCHINSONIELLA MACRACANTHA

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ABSTRACT Specimens of the cephalocarid Hutchinsoniella macracantha, which were resin-embedded and sectioned for light microscopy, revealed degenerated compound eyes anterior to the labrum. The presence of compound eyes in the cephalocarids adds support to the hypothesis that cephalocarids are an early derivative of an urcrustaceanlike organism that has changed little since Paleozoic times.

Affiliations: 1: Mail Code M-012, University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, California 92093

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2017-08-19

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