Keys to the larvae of common decapod crustaceans (lobsters, crabs and shrimp) in Long Island Sound
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Keys to the larvae of common decapod crustaceans (lobsters, crabs and shrimp) in Long Island Sound

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    Decapod crustacean larvae are a common constituent of Long Island Sound (LIS) zooplankton. This identification​guide bridges the gaps between two other currently existing manuals for the identification​of these larvae in the northeast region: Sandifer (1972) for Chesapeake Bay and Rolf et al. (1985) for the Canadian Atlantic. This book includes LIS species at the northern end of their range not found in Canada, LIS species at the southern end of their range not found in Chesapeake Bay, as well as recently introduced species. Illustrations,​descriptions and keys to the identification​of the adults of these species can be found in Weiss (1995).
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    CONN-H-17-001
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