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APPENDIX 1.

Preservation of the type specimens.

IGR.GAR-8.1: two specimens.

IGR.GAR-8.1-1: lateral view from the right body side; good visibility restricted to some areas; posterior pereopods (thoracic appendages), distal part of the antenna and uropods visible.

IGR.GAR-8.1-2: ventro-lateral view from the right body side; is depicted in Néraudeau (2017); covered with a layer of glue.

IGR.GAR-8.2: one specimen; visible from both lateral views; good visibility from the right body side and minor visibility from the left body side; antenna, dorsal striation pattern and coxal plates visible.

IGR.GAR-28 (holotype): one specimen; visible from two directions, ventrolateral view from the left body side and latero-dorsal view from the right body side; very good visibility; antennular plates, second and third antennula elements, antenna, oral cone, pereopods (thoracic appendages), coxal plates, pleopods and uropods visible.

IGR.GAR-41: two specimens.

IGR.GAR-41-1: dorsal view; good visibility only in the posterior region; dorsal shape of the head shield, dorsal outline, telson and uropods visible.

IGR.GAR-41-2: dorsal view, bad visibility except for the uropod region; uropods partly broken off, showing cross-sections of endo- and exopods.

IGR.GAR-48: one specimen; visible from two directions, latero-dorsal view from the left body side and ventro-lateral view from the right body side; relatively good visibility from both sides; dorsal surface including striation pattern, antennular plates, coxal plates, posterior pereopods (thoracic appendages) and first pleopods visible.

IGR.GAR-51: one specimen, ventral view; inclusion is cracked open and the interior surface of the cavity is visible, large parts of the right body side missing; dorsal striation pattern and telson ornamentation visible.

IGR.GAR-53: two specimens.

IGR.GAR-53-1: ventral view; very good visibility except for the uropods; antennulae, antennae, mouthparts, pereopods (thoracic appendages) and anterior pleopods visible.

IGR.GAR-53-2: visible from dorsal and ventral view; good visibility from dorsal view and bad visibility from ventral view; antennae, dorsal striation pattern, telson and uropods visible.

IGR.GAR-64: one specimen; latero-ventral view from the left body side; bad visibility; antennular plates, rough shapes of pereopods (thoracic appendages) and pleopods and uropods visible.

IGR.GAR-65: one specimen; postero-lateral view from the left body side; relatively good visibility; body on the left side partially abraded (grinded off during preparation); posterior pereopods (thoracic appendages) and pleopods visible.

IGR.GAR-89: one specimen; antero-ventral view; partially good visibility; antenna, pereopods (thoracic appendages), pleopod setation and uropods visible.

IGR.GAR-90: one specimen; ventral view; inclusion is at the surface of the amber and cracked open showing the interior surface of the cavity and features of the head morphology.

IGR.GAR-92: one specimen; lateral view from the left body side; good visibility restricted to some areas; dorsal surface including striation pattern visible.

IGR.GAR-93: one specimen; visible from two directions, latero-dorsal view from the left body side and latero-ventral view from the right body side; good visibility with exception for the pleopod region; dorsal surface including striation pattern, antennular plate, antenna, oral cone, coxal plates and posterior pereopods (thoracic appendages) visible.

IGR.GAR-94: one specimen; lateral view from the right body side; good visibility, antenna, posterior pereopods (thoracic appendages) and uropods visible.

IGR.GAR-95: two specimens.

IGR.GAR-95-1: ventral view, good visibility restricted to some areas; antennula, antenna, pereopods (thoracic appendages), coxal plates and uropods visible.

IGR.GAR-95-2: lateral view from the right body side; bad visibility; only rough shape visible.

IGR.GAR-97: one specimen; ventral view; good visibility except for uropods; antennulae, pereopods (thoracic appendages) and pleopods visible.

IGR.GAR-98: one specimen; dorsal view; partially good visibility; antennae, dorsal striation pattern and uropods visible.

APPENDIX 2.

Character states of five selected characters in cryptoniscium larvae from the literature (data used in Figure 16).  (Available in zipped file. Open with Unicode [UTF-8] character set.).

APPENDIX 3.

Body lengths of different life stages of epicarideans, aegids and cymothoids from the literature and from the herein studied specimens (data used in Figure 17) (Available as zipped spreadsheets. Open with Unicode [UTF-8] character set.).

APPENDIX 4.

Stack of single fluorescence microscopy images of the head region of specimen IGR.GAR-28 (cf. Figure 10.2 and Figure 12.7) (available in zipped file).

APPENDIX 5.

Stack of single fluorescence microscopy images of the head region of specimen IGR.GAR-53-1 (cf. Figure 10.2 and Figure 12.4) (available in zipped file).

APPENDIX 6.

Stack of single fluorescence microscopy images of the pleon region of specimen IGR.GAR-28 (cf. Figure 13.3 and Figure 11.1-2) (available in zipped file).

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