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REANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONSHIPS AMONG THE CIRRIPEDIA AND THE ASCOTHORACIDA AND THE PHYLOGENETIC POSITION OF THE FACETOTECTA (MAXILLOPODA: THECOSTRACA) USING 18S rDNA SEQUENCES
Abstract Until now morphological and molecular datasets have failed to agree on phylogenetic relationships within the Crustacea Thecostraca (=Facetotecta, Ascothoracida, and Cirripedia). Three recentExpand
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Lattice organs in y-cyprids of the Facetotecta and their significance in the phylogeny of the Crustacea Thecostraca
Hoeg, J.T. and Kolbasov G.A. 2002. Lattice organs in y-cyprids of the Facetotecta and their significance in the phylogeny of the Crustacea Thecostraca. — Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 83 : 67‐79Expand
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Cypris larvae of acrothoracican barnacles (Thecostraca: Cirripedia: Acrothoracica)
Abstract We used SEM to investigate the morphology of the cypris larvae from a range of species of the Cirripedia Acrothoracica, representing all three families and including the first detailedExpand
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Sponge-inhabiting barnacles on Red Sea coral reefs
Abstract In this study eight different species of barnacles were found within nine species of sponges from the Red Sea. This brings to 11 the number of sponge-symbiotic barnacles reported from theExpand
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The Chemoreceptive Lattice Organs in Cypris Larvae Develop from Naupliar Setae (Thecostraca: Cirripedia, Ascothoracida and Facetotecta)
Abstract Lattice organs are peculiar chemoreceptors found only in the Crustacea Thecostraca (Facetotecta, Ascothoracida, Cirripedia). In these taxa, five pairs occur in the head shield (carapace) ofExpand
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Scanning electron microscopy of acrothoracican cypris larvae (Crustacea, Thecostraca, Cirripedia, Acrothoracica, Lithoglyptidae)
Scanning electron microscopy was used to provide a full morphological description of cypris morphology in the acrothoracican species Lithoglyptes milis and L. habei (Lithoglyptidae). SpecialExpand
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Serratotantulus chertoprudae gen. et sp. n. (Crustacea, Tantulocarida, Basipodellidae): A new tantulocaridan from the abyssal depths of the Indian Ocean.
A single tantulus larva was found at the abyssal depth of the Indian Ocean attached to a harpacticoid host of the family Cletodidae. It represents a new genus and species of Tantulocarida, familyExpand
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External morphology of the two cypridiform ascothoracid-larva instars of Dendrogaster: The evolutionary significance of the two-step metamorphosis and comparison of lattice organs between larvae and
Abstract We describe the external morphology of the two cypridiform larval instars (first and second ascothoracid-larvae, or “a-cyprids”) of the ascothoracidan genus Dendrogaster .Expand
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External morphology of Arcticotantulus pertzovi (Tantulocarida, Basipodellidae), a microscopic crustacean parasite from the White Sea
The material on Arcticotantulus pertzovi, a parasite of the harpacticoids Bradya typica and Pseudobradya acuta, was collected in the White Sea (the White Sea Biological Station, Moscow StateExpand
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Facetotectan larvae from the White Sea with the description of a new species (Crustacea: Thecostraca)
From a number of partial moult series obtained by laboratory culture of plankton-caught specimens, and based on drawings from whole-mounted material, we describe all the larval instars, including theExpand
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