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Proceroecia brachyaskos (G.W. Müller, 1906)
Proceroecia brachyaskos (G.W. Müller, 1906)
Description Female (left). Carapace: A, lateral; B, ventral; C, both valves outside: posterior part; D, posterior dorsal coners (higher magnification). E, frontal organ and first antenna. Second antenna: F, protopodite and exopodite; G, endopodite; H, other specimen: endopodite2+3. I, labrum. Mandible: J, basale, exopodite and endopodite; K, L, coxal endite and its toothed edge. M, maxilla. N, fifth limb. O, sixth limb. P, seventh limb. Q, caudal furca.
Male (right). Carapace: A, lateral; B, ventral; C, both valves outside: posterior dorsal coners. D, frontal organ and first antenna. E, frontal organ: ventral. F, first antenna: armature of b-, d- and e- setae. Second antenna: G, protopodite and exopodite; H, I, left and right endopodites; J, left hook appendage. K, labrum. L, mandible. M, maxilla. N, fifth limb. O, sixth limb. P, seventh limb. Q, copulatory appendage.
North Western Indian Ocean
In: Drapun, I & S.L. Smith (2012) Halocyprid ostracods of the Arabian Sea region: Plates 60, 61.
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/280559278_Halocyprid_Ostracods_of_the_Arabian_Sea_Region
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added on 2015-08-17645 viewsRAS taxaScan of drawing Proceroecia brachyaskos (Müller, G. W., 1906)checked Drapun, Inna 2016-10-14From reference Drapun, I.; Smith, S.L. (2012). Halocyprid ostracods of t... Download full sizeDownload full size Creative Commons License This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 License
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