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DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF THE THELYCUM IN EUPHAUSIIDS. II. OCEANIC SPECIES. GENUS STYLOCHEIRON

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ABSTRACT The morphology of the thelycum of 9 species of euphausiids of the genus Stylocheiron (S. carinatum, S. affine, S. suhmi, S. microphthalma, S. insulare, S. elongatum, S. indicus, S. longicorne, and S. robustum) is described, using scanning electron microscopy (SEM). This study completes the evaluation of this reproductive organ in all existing species of euphausiids. In S. carinatum, S. insulare, S. elongatum, S. indicus, and S. robustum, thelycum morphology is very peculiar and therefore possesses diagnostic value. However, in the 4 species of the S. longicorne species group, the morphological differences are not very pronounced.

Affiliations: 1: Dipartimento di Biologia Animale ed Eco- logia Marina, Universiti di Messina, Contrada Spe- rone, 31, 98010 Messina, Italy.

10.1163/1937240X91X00275
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2017-08-21

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