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Figure 7

Figure 7. The general morphology of a nauplius larva. The nauplius generally has a pear-shaped body that is covered by a carapace. A median eye (not shown here) can be found at the anterior end associating with the frontal filaments and a pair of frontolateral horns are situated at the anterior sides of the dorsal shield (Anderson 1994). A pair of uniramous antennules is located at the anterior end of the body, followed by the antennae and the mandibles. All the limbs are covered by setae. (Adapted from Rainbow 1984).

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