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Comparative morphology of the life stages of Cryptocellus pelaezi (Arachnida, Ricinulei)
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|Statement||[by] Kay Pittard and Robert W. Mitchell.|
|Series||Texas Tech University. Graduate studies ;, no. 1, Graduate studies (Texas Tech University) ;, no. 1.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, Robert Wetsel, 1933- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL458.67.R5 P57|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||72611149|
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Grad Stud Texas Tech Univ (). Selection of conserved blocks from multiple alignments for their use in phylogenetic analysis. Cryptocellus bordoni is a species only known to occur in a Venezuelan cave, and it was only known by its type material from The species was first described as a new genus named Heteroricinoides (Dumitresco and Juvara-Bals, ), mainly because of its different somatic morphology and a Author: Lidianne Salvatierra, Ana Lúcia Tourinho.
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A comparative study is made of the life-cyle in Chelicerata, and its evolution. Various types of forms or instars, and various evolutionary phenomena are distinguished. They are arranged in a chronological diagram constituting a general model of the evolution of Comparative morphology of the life stages of Cryptocellus pelaezi book chelicerate life-cycle.
A glossary is added in which terminology is by: The description includes comparative morphological details of the larva, protonymph, deutonymph, tritonymph and adults of both sexes. Changes in the proportions of various regions of the body, in tubercle distribution and numbers of tubercles and setae during the Cited by: Comparative morphology of the life stages of Cryptocellus pelaezi (Arachnida, Ricinulei) K.
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Nejdůležitější obecný popis anatomie roztočovců stále náleží monografii Hanse Jacoba Hansena a Williama Sørensena. Další užitečné studie lze nalézt například v pracích Pittarda a Mitchella, Geralda Legga a L. van der Hammena. Jsou to malí pavoukovci, velcí asi 5–10 mm.
Pokožku (exoskeleton) obou nohou a těla mají mimořádně : členovci (Arthropoda). Pittard K, Mitchell RW. Comparative morphology of the life stages of Cryptocellus pelaezi Comparative morphology of the life stages of Cryptocellus pelaezi book, Ricinulei).
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The functional morphology of the genital appendages, horn organs and modified prosomal limb III of the Silurian eurypterid, Baltoeurypterus tetragonophthalmus (Fischer, ) (Chelicerata: Eurypterida) is investigated.
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