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Identification manual for larvae of commercially important crabs in Japan. III. Brachyuran crabs


Identification manual for larvae of commercially important crabs in Japan. III. Brachyuran crabs



Bulletin of National Research Institute of Aquaculture 30: 39-54



ISSN/ISBN: 0389-5858

For practical identification of planktonic larvae of commercially important crabs in Japan, a diagrammatic key to the zoeas of brachyurans is presented. The key includes zoeas of 13 commercial species and genera ranging the families Raninidae, Majidae, Atelecyclidae, Portunidae, Grapsidae. Remarks on their megalopas are also given.

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