Comparative morphology of the external male genitalia in Lophogastrida, Stygiomysida, and Mysida (Crustacea, Eumalacostraca)

@article{Wittmann2013ComparativeMO,
  title={Comparative morphology of the external male genitalia in Lophogastrida, Stygiomysida, and Mysida (Crustacea, Eumalacostraca)},
  author={Karl J. Wittmann},
  journal={Zoomorphology},
  year={2013},
  volume={132},
  pages={389 - 401}
}
External organs associated with the male gonopore are described for 29 species covering for the first time all seven currently acknowledged, extant families of the orders Lophogastrida, Stygiomysida, and Mysida, and all ten subfamilies of the Mysidae (Mysida). The gonopores are located throughout on the structures of the coxa of the eighth thoracopods. The three orders are consistently differentiated based on their male genital characteristics. Species of the Stygiomysida genera Stygiomysis… 

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