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Giesbrecht (1902, tafel 10)

Giesbrecht (1902, tafel 10)
Description: Fig. 1-13: Dactylopus antarcticus.
1. Männchen. Dorsalansicht vergr. 110.
2. Weibchen. Rostrum und 1. Antenne vergr. 280.
3. Weibchen. 2. Antenne vergr. 280.
4. Weibchen. Mandibel vergr. 280.
5. Männchen. 1. Antenne vergr. 355.
6. Weibchen. 1. Maxille vergr. 280.
7. Männchen. 2. Fuss, Endopodit vergr. 355.
8. Weibchen. Maxilliped vergr. 280.
9. Weibchen. 5. Fuss vergr. 280.
10. Weibchen. 1. Fuss vergr. 280.
11. Weibchen. Lateralansicht vergr. 110.
12. Männchen. 5. Fuss vergr. 355.
13. Weibchen. Analsegment und Furca vergr. 280.
Fig. 14-23: Dactylopus crassus.
14. Weibchen. Lateralansicht vergr. 75.
15. Weibchen. 1. Antenne vergr. 280.
16. Weibchen. 2. Antenne, Exopodit vergr. 280.
17. Weibchen. Mandibel vergr. 280.
18. Männchen. 1. Fuss vergr. 280.
19. Weibchen. Maxilliped vergr. 280.
20. Männchen. 2. Fuss vergr. 280.
21. Männchen. 5. Fuss vergr. 280.
22. Männchen. 1. Antenne vergr. 280.
23. Weibchen. 5. Fuss vergr. 205.
Author: W. Giesbrecht
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WoRMS taxa
Dactylopus antarcticus Giesbrecht, 1902 accepted as Xouthous antarctica (Giesbrecht, 1902)Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Walter, T. Chad 2013-08-26
Dactylopus crassus Giesbrecht, 1902 accepted as Dactylopusia crassa (Giesbrecht, 1902)Checked: verified by a taxonomic editorchecked Walter, T. Chad 2013-08-26
From reference: Giesbrecht, W. (1902). Zoologie: Copepoden. Résultats du ...

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