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Zoology Publications from Victoria University of Wellington—Nos. 78, 79 and 80

Alope spinifrons (Fig. 3G)

Alope spinifrons (Fig. 3G)

Carapace with one pair of anterolateral spines in zoea 1, and two pairs from zoea 2 onward (of which the more dorsal is as long as the antennal protopod in late larvae), with supraorbital spines from zoea 2 page 9onwards; abdominal somites 1-5 without spines; pereiopods 1-4 with exopod bearing six setae when first developed but with up to 12 setae in late larvae; pereiopods 3-5 raptorial in form and pereiopod 5 shorter than pereiopods 2-4 when all developed.