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Giesbrecht (1902, tafel 05)
Giesbrecht (1902, tafel 05)
Description Fig. 1-5: Racovitzanus antarcticus. 1. Weibchen. 1. Bein vergr. 205. 2. Weibchen. 2. Bein vergr. 130. 3. Weibchen. 3. Bein vergr. 130. 4. Weibchen. 4. Bein vergr. 130. 5. Weibchen. 5. Bein vergr. 205. Fig. 8-12: Metridia gerlachei. 6. Weibchen. Dorsal vergr. 30. 7. Weibchen. Lateral vergr. 30. 8. Weibchen. Rumpfende dorsal vergr. 75. 9. Weibchen. Vordere Antenne, proximale Glieder vergr. 75. 10. Männchen. Greifantenne, distale Glieder vergr. 130. 11. Weibchen. 2. Bein, 2. Basalglied und 1. Glied des Endopoditen vergr. 75. 12. Weibchen. 4. Bein, Exopodit, 3. Glied vergr. 75. 13. Weibchen. 5. Beinpaar vergr. 130. 14. Männchen. 5. Benenpaar, Vorderfläche vergr. 130.Author W. GiesbrechtJPG file - 601.86 kB - 2435 x 3355 pixelsmore
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Racovitzanus antarcticus Giesbrecht, 1902Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Walter, T. Chad 2013-08-26 Metridia gerlachei Giesbrecht, 1902Checked: 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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