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MORPHOLOGY OF THOMPSONIA REINHARDI, NEW SPECIES (CIRRIPEDIA: RHIZOCEPHALA), PARASITIC ON THE NORTHEAST PACIFIC HERMIT CRAB DISCORSOPAGURUS SCHMITTI (STEVENS)

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ABSTRACT The distribution of the internal root system, the morphology of several external stages, and the cypris larva are described for the rhizocephalan Thompsonia reinhardi, new species. The morphology and various events during the life cycle are compared to other species of Thompsonia.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Cell Biology and Anatomy, University of Copenhagen, Universitetsparken 15, DK-2100 Copenhagen 0, Denmark.

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2017-02-22

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