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|Statement||editus a H. E. Gruner et L. B. Holthuis. Pars 4/5, Ostracoda I, Podocopa I : fam. Entocythevidae / C. W. Hart, Dabney G. Hart.|
|Contributions||Gruner, H. E., Holthuis, L. B., Hart, C. W., Hart, Dabney G.|
The Caprellidea are small amphipod crustaceans usually of 1 to 3 cm in body length, and are distributed worldwide. The genus Caprella is the largest genus among the Caprellidea, in which more than species have so far been recorded from the world, especially in temperate regions (e.g. McCain & Steinberg, , Takeuchi, a). Caprella spp. are found in algae beds, buoys and on aquaculture Cited by: Abstract. Caprogammarus gurjanovae Kudrjaschov & Vassilenko, (Amphipoda: Caprellidea: Caprogammaridae) was redescribed based on the materials newly collected off Kushiro and Akkeshi, Hokkaido, Japan, which represents the southernmost record of this ammarus and Caprella share an identical feature, that of having the head and pereonite I ‘partially fused’.Cited by: 5.
crustaceous (krŭ-stā′shəs) adj. 1. Having, resembling, or constituting a hard crust or shell. 2. Crustacean. [Latin crūsta, shell; see kreus- in Indo-European roots + -aceous.] crustaceous (krʌˈsteɪʃəs) adj 1. forming, resembling, or possessing a surrounding crust or shell 2. (Animals) zoology another word for crustacean2 crus•ta. WORLD CATALOGUE AND BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE RECENT STOMATOPODA compiled and distributed by Hans-Georg Müller exclusively as a printed book. From the financial point of view, the former way is considerably Holthuis, Crustaceorum Catalogus, I: .
Synonyms; Rhacodactylus sarasinorum Roux, ; Correlophus sarasinorum — Bauer et al., Correlophus sarasinorum, also called commonly Roux's giant gecko, Sarasins' giant gecko, Sarasin's [sic] giant gecko (incorrectly), and the suras gecko, is a species of lizard in the family species is native to the southern portions of the outlying New Caledonian island of Grande Family: Diplodactylidae. Abstract. Cumacea and Tanaidacea are marginal groups in continental waters. Although many euryhaline species from both groups are found in estuaries and coastal lagoons, most occur only temporarily in non-marine habitats, appearing unable to form stable populations by:
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Pinnotheridae. Junk, The Hague, Pp. This third part of the Crustaceorum Catalogus deals with the family Pinnotheridae or pea W. crabs. It is the most ambitious yet produced and is a compilation of.
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Crustaceorum Catalogus 6 (series Editors: H.E. Gruner and L.B. Holthuis) TANAIDACEA by J. SIEGpp. paper Dfl. (approx. US$ ) ISBN This latest volume of the Crustaceorum Catalogus contains a complete enumeration of the species of the order Tanaidacea by the foremost specialist in the study of this.
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Genera Crustaceorum Et Insectorum: Secundum Ordinem Naturalem in Familias Disposita, Iconibus Exemplisque Plurimis Explicata. Besides his Catalogus Crustaceorum () he made available much additional and useful bibliographic information on Tanaidacea and related groups through publication of his newsletter, "Tanaidacea News".
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Two new deep-water species of the genus Caprella are described from the central Gulf of California, Pacific coast of la calderoni new species is distinguished from the 32 previously recorded species of Caprella from the eastern Pacific by its smooth forehead and pereonites, body not particularly slender, gnathopod 2 inserted at about mid-length of the second pereonite, elongated Cited by: 3.
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