pre-adult and adult motile stages
|Within Vocab||BODC parameter semantic model biological entity development stage terms|
|Alternative Labels||motile (sea lice)|
|Definition||The pre-adult and adult life stages of parasitic copepod species, commonly referred to as 'sea lice', that are marked by the ability of parasites to move freely across the surface of their host or swim freely in the water column. Sea lice motile stages are preceded by the chalimus stages in which the organism is attached to its host by a frontal filament and exclude the free-swimming naupliar and copepodid stages.|
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