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ABSTRACT Nectiopodan remipedes have two distinct pairs of gonopores. The previously recognized pore on the fourteenth limb is that of the male system. Another gonopore, located on the seventh trunk limb, is associated with the female system. It occurs on the posterior side of the seventh protopod. In the adults of Lasionectes entrichoma the female gonopore complex consists of a semicircular chitinous ridge and a discoidal soft pad that is partly encircled by the ridge. The actual gonopore is in a trough located between the pad and the ridge. The internal location of the gonads and gonoducts in nectiopodans is now known at least in broad outline.


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