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DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF THE THELYCUM IN EUPHAUSIIDS. II. OCEANIC SPECIES. GENERA BENTHEUPHAUSIA, NYCTIPHANES, PSEUDEUPHAUSIA, TESSARABRACHION, AND NEMATOBRACHION

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ABSTRACT The morphology of the thelycum of 5 genera of euphausiids (Bentheuphausia, Nyctiphanes, Pseardeuphausia, Tessarabrachion, and Nematobrachion) is described, using the scanning electron microscope (SEM). The structure of the thelycum differed in all species examined. For the first time it was possible to distinguish species of the genus Nyctiphanes by the structure of the thelycum. Pseudeuphausia sinica was also distinguished from its congener P. latifrons by the general shape of the thelycum. Observations on the presence of genital pores in 4 species of the genus Nyctiphanes and in P. sinica are also briefly reported.

Affiliations: 1: Dipartimento di Biologia Animate ed Ecologia Marina, Università di Messina, Via dei Verdi 75, 98100 Messina, Italy.

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2017-08-17

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