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Larval development of a mangrove crab (Perisesarma bidens De Haan) (Crustacea: Brachyura: Sesarminae)

@inproceedings{Islam2000LarvalDO,
  title={Larval development of a mangrove crab (Perisesarma bidens De Haan) (Crustacea: Brachyura: Sesarminae)},
  author={Islam and S. Shokita},
  year={2000}
}
Larval development of Perisesarma bidens (De Haan) was investigated in laboratory conditions. Morphology of all larval stages and 1st crab stage was described and illustrated in detail, and compared with other species of sesarmid crabs. The zoeae morphological features of P. bidens are almost similar to other species of Sesarma in lacking a pair of lateral spines on carapace. 
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