Comparative Larval Development of Micropogon undulatus and Leiostomus xanthurus (Pisces: Sciaenidae) from the Northern Gulf of Mexico

@article{Frug1978ComparativeLD,
  title={Comparative Larval Development of Micropogon undulatus and Leiostomus xanthurus (Pisces: Sciaenidae) from the Northern Gulf of Mexico},
  author={Douglas J. Frug{\'e} and Frank M. Truesdale},
  journal={Copeia},
  year={1978},
  volume={1978},
  pages={643}
}
Micropogon undulatus and Leiostomus xanthurus larvae less than 4.5 mm SL were distinguishable only by pigmentation. The principle distinguishing feature was the presence of pigment on the anterior surface of the visceral mass in L. xanthurus. Fins in both species developed in the sequence: caudal, dorsal and anal, pectoral, pelvic. By 4.5 mm SL, eye diameter was greater in L. xanthurus; by 8.5 mm, preanal length was greater in M. undulatus. Anal fin ray count was a reliable character for… 
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