Leptognathia longiremis (Lilljeborg, 1864)
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Family:  Leptognathiidae ()
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Environment:  demersal; marine
Distribution:  Arctic and Northern Atlantic.
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Biology:  Members of the order Tanaidacea are gonochoric and exhibits sexual dimorphism. Mating usually occurs in the female's tube; fertilization occurs in the marsupium. Life cycle: Eggs develop into manca larvae and later grow into reproductive females. After producing 1 or 2 broods, they molt into reproductive males (Ref. 833).
IUCN Red List Status: Not Evaluated (N.E.) Ref. (120744)
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Entered by: Archambault, Philippe - 11.12.05
Modified by: Conejar - Espedido, Jeniffer - 28.05.08

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