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Title: Naupliar Development of Eucyclops cf. serrulatus tropicalis, Euc. cf. spatulatus, and Ectocyclops medius Kiefer, 1930 (Copepoda: Cyclopidae)
Authors: S. Chullasorn;W.X. Yang;H.U. Dahms;P. Kangtia;M. Holynska;W. Anansatitporn;L.O. Sanoamuang;J.S. Hwang
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Marine Biology
國立臺灣海洋大學:海洋生物研究所
Keywords: Naupliar development;Larval stages;External morphology
Date: 2009
Issue Date: 2011-10-21T03:05:37Z
Publisher: Zoological Studies
Abstract: Abstract:All 6 naupliar stages of Eucyclops cf. serrulatus tropicalis Dussart and Fernando, 1985, Euc. cf. spatulatus Morton, 1990, and Ectocyclops medius Kiefer, 1930 are described from Bangkok, Thailand. Naupliar differences at the genus level were more pronounced than those at the species level in Eucyclops and Ectocyclops (Ectocyclops having a particularly large, round-shaped labrum, and strong spinules on the anterior surface of the coxa, basis, and endopod). Species-specific naupliar characters allow interspecific discrimination (Euc. cf. serrulatus tropicalis differs from Euc. cf. spatulatus particularly in its smaller size, in the relative length of the distal antennal exopod segment, and in showing a transverse row of small spinules along the caudal rim).
Relation: 48(1), pp.12-32
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/29387
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