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Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. XIV, pp. 351-404 Issued by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands LARVAE OF DECAPOD CRUSTACEA [...]
Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. IX, pp. 207-214 Issued by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands THE DEVELOPMENT OF RHINCALANJ [...]
Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. XVH, pp. 291-344 Issued, by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands LARVAE OF DECAPOD CRUSTACEA [...]
Full text:[...] DECAPOD LARVAE—GURNEY. 159 Fig. 63.—Callianassa, sp., post-laival. Station 48. a. Edge of pleopod showing retinaculum. b. Telson and uropods. c. First maxilla d. First maxillipede. e. Third (?) leg. [...]
Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. XII, pp. 377-440 Issued by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands LARVAE OF D ECAPOD CRU S TAG [...]
Full text:[...] DISCOVERY REPORTS Vol. XX, pp. 1-68 Issued by the Discovery Committee, Colonial Office, London on behalf of the Qovernment of the Dependencies of the Falkland Islands LARVAE O F D E C AP O D C RU S T [...]
Full text:[...] DECAPOD LARVAE—GURNEY. 177 and of P. longicornis and P. platycheles have been identified. All the larvae described agree in their general form and in the structure of the appendages, but, Fig. 69.—Mu [...]
Full text:[...] DECAPOD LARVAE—GURNEY. 68 There is a median ventral spine on the fourth and fifth somites of the abdomen. This larva differs from that of Gennadas in the presence of additional spines on the abdomen, [...]
Full text:[...] DECAPOD LARVAE—GURNEY. 75 of the exopodite. In this last respect it resembles Miiller's larva, but the latter differs in its much longer rostrum and the arrangement of the spines on the carapace. It [...]
Full text:[...] DECAPOD LARVAE—GURNEY. 81 The appendages are unchanged. The abdomen is partly segmented. Other larvae in this stage differ in the much larger eyes and in the comparative length, but not in the number [...]
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