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We provide a taxonomic description of three new species of the spider genus Trogloneta from Brazil, providing the first record of this genus in the southern hemisphere. We also present the first detailed morphological study on the genus, describing for the first time its spinneret spigot...
Bever, G.S. 2007. Comparative growth in the postnatal skull of the extant North American turtle Pseudemys texana (Testudinoidea: Emydidae). —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 88: 000–000
Candan, S., Suludere, Z. and Bayrakdar, F. 2007. Surface morphology of eggs of Euproctis chrysorrhoea (Linnaeus, 1758). —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 88: 000–000.
The creeping larva of the kamptozoan (entoproct) Loxosomella murmanica was investigated using transmission electron microscopy. The late larva exhibits a prominent apical organ connected to the ‘cerebral’ commissure of large cerebral ganglia, which supply the paired frontal organ. From the...
López Greco, L.S. and Lo Nostro, F.L. 2007. Structural changes in the spermatophore of the freshwater ‘red claw’ crayfish Cherax quadricarinatus (Von Martens, 1898) (Decapoda, Parastacidae). —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 88: 000–000
Castilho, G. G., Ostrensky, A., Pie, M. R. and Boeger, W. A. 2007. Morphology of the male reproductive system of the mangrove land crab Ucides cordatus (L.) (Crustacea, Brachyura, Ocypodidae) —Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 88: 000–000
The structure of the male reproductive system of Anoecia (Anoecia) corni Fabricius, 1775, is discussed. On the basis of histological sections and whole mount preparations, the following elements in the structure of the male reproductive system have been examined: the structure of testis and the...
Morphogenesis of claws in the lizard Lampropholis guichenoti has been studied by light and electron microscopy. Claws originate from a thickening of the epidermis covering the tips of digits under which mesenchymal cells aggregate. Mesenchymal cells are in continuity with perichondrial cells of...
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