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The Broods of British Mysidacea (Crustacea)

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  11 May 2009

J. Mauchline
Affiliation:
The Dunstaffnage Marine Research Laboratory, P.O. Box no. 3, Oban, Argyll

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All species of the Mysidacea (Crustacea) lay their eggs into a marsupium, thus allowing direct counts of brood sizes to be made. The different forms of the young stages in the marsupium are closely similar in all species. The most detailed embryological studies are those of Manton (1928) on Hemimysis lamornae (Couch), Wagner (1896) and Needham (1937) on Neomysis integer (Leach), and Nair (1939) on the tropical species Mesopodopsis orientalis (W. M. Tattersall). Kinne (1955) describes and figures the general body forms of the different stages of development of the larvae in the marsupium of Neomysis integer; Vannini (1930) examines the larvae of Leptomysis lingvura (G. O. Sars), while Kane (1904) illustrates the most advanced larval stage of Mysis relicta Lovén. The larvae of several non-British species have been described -Boreomysis arctica (Kröyer) by Jepsen (1965), Mysidium columbiae (Zimmer) by Davis (1966) and Neomysis intermedia Czerniavsky by Murano (1964b).

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