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Schizopoda

Schizopoda is a former taxonomical classification of a division of the Class (biology) Malacostraca. Although it was split in 1883 by Johan Erik Vesti Boas into the two distinct orders Mysidacea and Euphausiacea,[1] the order Schizopoda continued to be in use until the 1930s.[2]

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  2. ^ Bernadette Casanova (2003). "Ordre des Euphausiacea Dana, 1852" [The Order Euphausiacea Dana, 1852].  
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