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Giesbrecht (1902, tafel 01)
Giesbrecht (1902, tafel 01)
Description Fig. 1-8: Calanus propinquus. 1. Weibchen. Stirn dorsal vergr. 45. 2. Weibchen. Stirn lateral vergr. 45. 3. Weibchen. Hinterer Rumpfteil dorsal vergr. 45. 4. Weibchen. Rumpfmitte lateral vergr. 45. 5. Weibchen. 2. Bein, Exopodit, 3. Glied vergr. 130. 6. Männchen. 4. Bein, Exopodit, 3. Glied vergr. 80. 7. Männchen. 5. Bein, Vorderfläche vergr. 62. 8. Weibchen. 5. Bein, Innenrand des 1. basalgliedes vergr. 130. Fig. 9: Calanus simillimus. 9. Weibchen. 5. Bein, Innenrand des 1. basalgliedes vergr. 205. Fig. 10-14: Calanus acutus. 10. Weibchen. Stirn dorsal vergr. 45. 11. Weibchen. Stirn lateral vergr. 45. 12. Weibchen. Rumpfmitte lateral vergr. 45. 13. Weibchen. Vordere antenne, letzte Glieder vergr. 130. 14. Weibchen. 2. Bein, Exopodit, 3. Glied vergr. 130. Fig. 15-18: Rhincalanus grandis. 15. Weibchen. Dorsal vergr. 15. 16. Weibchen. Stirn lateral vergr. 30. 17. Weibchen. Hinterer Rumpfteil lateral vergr. 30. 18. Weibchen. 5. Bein vergr. 130.Author W. GiesbrechtJPG file - 602.02 kB - 2445 x 3370 pixelsmore
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Calanus propinquus Brady, 1883Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Walter, T. Chad 2013-08-26 Calanus simillimus Giesbrecht, 1902Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Walter, T. Chad 2013-08-26 Calanus acutus Giesbrecht, 1902 accepted as Calanoides acutus (Giesbrecht, 1902)Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Walter, T. Chad 2013-08-26 Rhincalanus grandis Giesbrecht, 1902 accepted as Rhincalanus gigas Brady, 1883Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Walter, T. Chad 2013-08-26From reference Giesbrecht, W. (1902). Zoologie: Copepoden. Résultats du ...Creative Commons LicenseThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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