TITLE

Desarrollo embrionario-larval del pez tropical Hemirhamphus brasiliensis (Beloniformes: Hemirhamphidae) a partir de huevos recolectados del medio natural

AUTHOR(S)
Rosas, Jesús; Mata, Ernesto; Velásquez, Aidé; Cabrera, Tomas
PUB. DATE
September 2008
SOURCE
Revista de Biología Tropical;sep2008, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p1449
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The embryo formation and larval development of Hemirhamphus brasiliensis Linnaeus, 1758 (Pisces: Hemirhamphidae) is described from morula stage eggs collected on Sargassum sp. Thalii in the field (10°50′55.2″ N y 64°09′467″ W). The eggs were spherical, 1 923.54±72.35 μm diameter with several corionic filaments, and are striated. During the first 48 h the embryo developed cephalic vesicle, miomers, and a heart located on the external body surface, beating strongly and circulating colorless blood which became pigmented red later. Before hatching, the larva developed kidney, gut tract, liver and biliar vesicle, pectoral fins, four pairs of gill arches and the mouth. The larva hatched at 114 h, the body was torpedo-shaped, yellow-green, with several dendriform melanophores; the pelvic fin was observed 72 h post hatching. At 240 hours the metamorphoses was completed. When the larvae hatched they could ingest Artemia metanauplii.
ACCESSION #
36619728

 

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