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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, [...]
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Full text:[...] SYSTEMATIC 225 Palaemonidae pontoniinae Periclimenes, sub-gen. Periclimenes sp. Occurrence. St. WS 996, 100-50 m., 1 late larval stage, Fig. 1. This late larval stage of a pontoniid is very interesti [...]
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Full text:[...] SYSTEMATIC 227 California (Labour, 1938) and T. australiensis from New South Wales (Dakin & Colefax, 1940) being known from the parent. There are species from South Africa which apparently belong to [...]
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Full text:[...] SYSTEMATIC 223 solenocerinae Solenocera membranacea (Milne-Edwards) Heldt, 1938, p. 125. Occurrence. St. WS 980, 50-0 m., 1 protozoea, stage II; 2 protozoeae, stage III. Sergestidae tt .. Sergestinae [...]
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Full text:[...] 398 DISCOVERY REPORTS stages 1-3 of Caridea as equivalent to the Protozoea of Penaeidea and the Calyptopis of Euphausidae (Gurney, 1926), the total number of possible stages in Caridea is precisely t [...]
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Full text:[...] CONTENTS LARVAE OF DECAPOD CRUSTACEA. PART VI. THE GENUS SERGESTES (published 30th July, 1940) By R. Gurney and M. V. Lebour introduction................ Movements of the Larvae Systematic Importance [...]
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Full text:[...] CONTENTS NOTES ON THE SOUTHERN RIGHT WHALE, EZJBALAENA A USTRALIS (published 21st April, 1938) By L. Harrison Matthews, M.A.............page 169 Plates XII-XVII ............ following page 182 THE SE [...]
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 [...]
Full text:[...] DECAPOD LARVAE—GURNEY. 89 Acanthosoma Stage. The Acanthosoma stage has been so fully described by Hansen (1922) for a number of the Atlantic species that it is unnecessary to deal with the larvae of [...]
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