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The ontogeny of neuropeptide-expressing neurons during larval development of the crustacean central nervous system is as yet poorly understood. Recently, homologues of the molluscan neuropeptide FMRFamide have been isolated from the central nervous system of adult crustaceans. In order to identify sets of neurons which might express FMRFamide-related neuropeptides and to follow their development, whole mount preparations of the brain and ventral nerve cord of laboratory-reared spider crabdoi:10.2307/1548925 fatcat:xcu3lmncabgxpezgdcbbcyqp5a