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Distribution of Euphausiid larvae in the Weddell Gyre in September-October 1989
Distribution of Euphausiid larvae in the Weddell Gyre of late winter was examined. There were only some eggs of Thysanoessa near the ice margin in September, and the eggs and larvae (from nauplius to calyptopis I) were col lected under the ice in October. The furcilia VI of Euphausia superba was found under the ice in the north of the eastern part of the Maud Rise region. A single calyptopis I of E. Jrigida was recorded over the region (in the WWCC waters) and the furcilia of Stylocheriondoi:10.15094/00005152 fatcat:yvsla7x6onco5pzqmljpgfo65u