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Sexual Dimorphism and a Sex-Limited Polymorphism of Paroithona pacifica (Cyclopoida: Oithonidae) from the Red Sea

@inproceedings{Ferrari1986SexualDA,
  title={Sexual Dimorphism and a Sex-Limited Polymorphism of Paroithona pacifica (Cyclopoida: Oithonidae) from the Red Sea},
  author={Frank D. Ferrari and Richard Boettger},
  year={1986}
}
Redescription of Limnoithona tetraspina Zhang and Li, 1976 (Copepoda, Cyclopoida) with a discussion of character states shared with the Oithonidae and older cyclopoids
TLDR
The two species of Limnoithona do not belong to the Oithonidae but appear to be closely related to species of Cyclopettidae, but at this time it would not be meaningful to assign them to a known family of the Cyclopoida or to propose a new family for them.
Interpreting segment homologies of the maxilliped of cyclopoid copepods by comparing stage-specific changes during development
TLDR
In general, the distal arthrodial membrane of a segment appears to have been more labile during evolutionary history of the maxilliped than has the ventral seta which inserts on that segment.
Population structure and swarm formation of the cyclopoid copepod Dioithona oculata near mangrove cays
TLDR
The cyc1opoid copepod Dioithona om/ata forms swarms in water <311 cm deep among red mangroves which fringe protected areas of two lagoonal cays, Twin Cays, Belize, during 7 of 8 months surveyed, swarms were present but differed in size from small cylindrical swarms (5-10 cm diameter) to bands extending up to 12011 m.