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DEVELOPMENT IN THE HERMIT CRAB PAGURUS CAURINUS HART (DECAPODA: ANOMURA: PAGURIDAE) REARED IN THE LABORATORY. PART I. ZOEAL AND MEGALOPAL STAGES

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ABSTRACT The developmental stages of Pagurus caurinus Hart from first through fourth zoea and mcgalopa are described and illustrated. Intermolt durations of larvae from two females that were reared simultaneously under identical laboratory conditions were significantly different during most stages; however, morphological variations appeared to lie within the range of intraspecific variations observed in other species of Pagurus.

Affiliations: 1: Shannon Point Marine Center, Western Washington University, 1900 Shannon Point Road, Anacortes, Washington 98221-4042; (present address KDB) 431 Yorkshire Drive, Severna Park, Maryland 21146.

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1992-01-01
2016-12-10

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