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New records, external and internal anatomy, and systematic position of Hansen's y-larvae (Crustacea: Maxillopoda: Facetotecta)
Abstract Y-larvae comprise the crustacean taxon Facetotecta. A new kind of ‘nauplius y’, designated Type VI, is described from plankton in Disko Bay. West Greenland. The internal anatomy and someExpand
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A new genus of monstrilloid copepods (Crustacea) with anteriorly pointing ovigerous spines and related adaptations for subthoracic brooding
Maemonstrilla gen. nov., known exclusively from females, is proposed for Monstrilla longipes A. Scott, 1909, M. turgida A. Scott, 1909, and five new species from coral reef plankton in the RyukyuExpand
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Classification of the ascothoracida (Crustacea)
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Induced metamorphosis in crustacean y-larvae: Towards a solution to a 100-year-old riddle
BackgroundThe y-larva, a crustacean larval type first identified more than 100 years ago, has been found in marine plankton samples collected in the arctic, temperate and tropical regions of allExpand
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Identity of Thaumatoessa (= Thaumaleus) typica Krøyer, the first described monstrilloid copepod
Abstract The holotype of the monstrilloid copepod Thaumatoessa typica Kroyer in Gaimard, 1842–1845(?) (= Thaumaleus typicus Kroyer, 1849), an incomplete, badly damaged, juvenile female nearing itsExpand
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Nomenclature, redescription, and new record from Okinawa of Cymbasoma moriiSekiguchi,1982 (Monstrilloida)
Haemocera morii Tokioka, 1949 was undiagnosed and thus unavailable. Sekiguchi's description in 1982 of a second female, as Cymbasoma morii, inadvertently validated the species name. Both specimens,Expand
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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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Ctenosculum Hawaiiense Heath: Confirmation of Its Affinities (Crustacea: Ascothoracida—Ex Mollusca: Gastropoda)
ABSTRACT Waren correctly surmised from the original description that Ctenosculum hawaiiense Heath is really an ascothoracid crustacean, not a parasitic gastropod. The species is redescribed from aExpand
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