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Larval development of the mangrove crab Sesarma bidens (de Haan, 1853) in the laboratory (Brachyura: Grapsidae: Sesarminae)

@inproceedings{Krishnan1987LarvalDO,
  title={Larval development of the mangrove crab Sesarma bidens (de Haan, 1853) in the laboratory (Brachyura: Grapsidae: Sesarminae)},
  author={T S Krishnan and T. Kannupandi},
  year={1987}
}
Larvae of Sesarma bidens (de Haan) were reared in the laboratory upto megalopa stage under the culture conditions of salinity 25 plus or minus 1 ppt and temperature 28 plus or minus 1 degree C. First zoea reached megalopal stage in four moults after a minimum period of 10 days. Four zoeal and a megalopal stages are described and compared with other known larvae of Sesarma spp 
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