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DEVELOPMENT OF COPEPOD SWIMMING LEGS WITH UNEQUAL NUMBERS OF RAMAL SEGMENTS

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ABSTRACT Several different developmental patterns are responsible for inequalities in numbers of segments on the exopod and endopod of the same swimming leg of adult copepods. These patterns result from changes in two basic kinds of segment additions: (1) changes early in leg development of calanoids result in a leg whose endopod has fewer segments than its exopod, and in a leg whose exopod has fewer segments than its endopod in harpacticoids; (2) changes late in leg development in harpacticoids result in a leg whose endopod has fewer segments than its exopod.

Affiliations: 1: Smithsonian Oceanographic Sorting Center, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 20560, U.S.A.

10.1163/1937240X92X00283
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2017-10-23

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