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Oithona Davisae, New Species, and Limnoithona Sinensis (Burckhardt, 1912) (Copepoda: Oithonidae) From the Sacramento-san Joaquin Estuary, California
ABSTRACT Zooplankton samples from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary collected by the California Department of Fish and Game and the United States Geological Survey were examined for cyclopoidExpand
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Population structure and swarm formation of the cyclopoid copepod Dioithona oculata near mangrove cays
The cyc1opoid copepod Dioithona om/ata forms swarms in water <311 cm deep among prop mots of red mangroves (Rhizop/lOra mangle) which fringe protected areas of two lagoonal cays, Twin Cays. Belize.Expand
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The Identity of Protopodal Segments and the Ramus of Maxilla 2 of Copepods (Copepoda)
The protopod of the maxilla 2 of copepods is composed of a proximal syncoxa with a praecoxal endite proximally and a coxal endite distally. The basis bears two endites, and the ramus is an endopodExpand
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Developmental Patterns in Numbers of Ramal Segments of Copepod Post-Maxillipedal Legs
Les changements dans le nombre des articles des rames des pattes post-maxillipediennes au cours du developpement ont ete releves chez 185 genres de copepodes, d'apres la litterature. Un modele communExpand
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Parkius karenwishnerae, a New Genus and Species of Calanoid Copepod (Parkiidae, New Family) from Benthopelagic Waters of the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean
—The last five copepodid stages of a new genus and species of calanoid copepod, Parkius karenwishnerae, are described. The basis of the maxilliped of P. karenwishnerae is elongate distal to its twoExpand
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Comparative morphology among trunk limbs of Caenestheriella gifuensis and Leptestheria kawachiensis (Crustacea: Branchiopoda: Spinicaudata)
Morphological differences among groups of the 24 trunk limbs of Caenestheriella gifuensis (Ishikawa, 1895) and differences between males and females are described and illustrated. A setose attenuateExpand
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Microhabitat distribution of Smacigastes micheli (Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Tegastidae) from deep-sea hydrothermal vents at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, 37° N (Lucky Strike), with a morphological
Abundant nauplii and copepodid stages attributed to Smacigastes micheli Ivanenko & Defaye (Crustacea: Copepoda: Harpacticoida: Tegastidae) were collected during the MoMARETO cruise (2006) on theExpand
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Nauplii and copepodids of Scottomyzon gibberum (Copepoda: Siphonostomatoida: Scottomyzonitidae, a new family, a symbiont of Asterias ruben (Asteroidea)
—Naupliar and copepodid stages of Scottomyzon gibberum (Scott & Scott, 1894) associated with the starfish Asterias rubens Linnaeus, 1767 in the North and White Seas were collected from the host orExpand
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