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Copepod evolution
Huys, R.; Boxshall, G.A. (Ed.) (1991). Copepod evolution. Ray Society (Publications), 159. Ray Society: London. ISBN 0-903-87421-0. 468 pp.
Part of: Ray Society (Publications). The Ray Society: London. ISSN 0261-2976
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    VLIZ: Crustacea CRU.167 [101527]


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  • Huys, R., editor, more
  • Boxshall, G.A., editor, more

    This volume examines in detail the evolutionary pathways that generated the amazing diversity of copepods. It contains over 900 individual drawings and 43 black and white plates which illustrate the basic form of each of the 10 recognized orders of copepods. Existing classifications are reviewed and a new scheme of phylogenetic relationships is proposed based on the data in this volume.

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