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Chirocephalidae

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Chirocephalidae is a family of fairy shrimp, characterised by a reduced or vestigial maxilla, more than two setae on the fifth endite, divided pre-epipodites and widely separated seminal vesicles.[2] It consists of the following eight genera, including the genera formerly placed in the families Linderiellidae and Polyartemiidae:[1][3]

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Chirocephalidae: Brief Summary

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Chirocephalidae is a family of fairy shrimp, characterised by a reduced or vestigial maxilla, more than two setae on the fifth endite, divided pre-epipodites and widely separated seminal vesicles. It consists of the following eight genera, including the genera formerly placed in the families Linderiellidae and Polyartemiidae:

Artemiopsis G. O. Sars, 1897 Branchinectella Daday de Dées, 1910 Chirocephalus Prévost, 1820 Dexteria Brtek, 1965 Eubranchipus Verrill, 1870 Linderiella Brtek, 1964 Polyartemia Fischer, 1851 Polyartemiella Daday de Dées, 1909
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