Journal of Parasitology Research / 2019 / Article / Fig 1

Research Article

Occurrence of Isopods in Two Species of Snappers (Lutjanidae) from Northeast Brazil

Figure 1

(a) Illustration of Rocinela signata collected from specimens of Lutjanus analis and Lutjanus jocu. Arrow shows the pleotelson with the typical mark of “inverted W”. Bar: 5 mm; (b) lateral view; (c) Detail of antenna I. Bar: 0.6 mm; (d) Detail of the antenna II. Bar: 0.7 mm. Arrows in (b) and (c) show the feathery bristles of the antennae. (e) Detail of the first three pairs of legs, bar: 0.4 mm.

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