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  • Britannica, Volume 22 — Prawn PRAWN, the name of an edible large shrimp-like crustacean in Great Britain usually applied to Leander serratus (see SHRIMP). The
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  • and typically Crustacean larva that it came to be recognized that, in Huxley's graphic phrase, "a barnacle may be said to be a Crustacean fixed by its
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  • Volume 24 — Shrimp SHRIMP, a name applied in general to the smaller crustacean of the order Macrura and in particular to an edible species found on the
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  • New International Encyclopædia — Sandhopper SANDHOPPER. An amphipod crustacean. These so abound on sandy shores that often the whole surface of the sand
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  • Reichsanst. Bd. 7 1875 Grote, Aug. R., & Pitt, W. H. Description of a New Crustacean from the Water Lime Group at Buffalo. Buffalo Soc. Nat. Sci. Bul. 3:1
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  • median eyes.—Lateral eyes of vertebrates compared with lateral eyes of crustaceans.—Peculiarities of the lateral eye of the lamprey.—Meaning of the optic
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  • the Waterlime group, is characterized by a peculiar fauna of large crustaceans, Eurypterus, Pterygotus, Ceratiocaris, etc. It has already been said
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  • New International Encyclopædia — Sow-bug SOW-BUG. A small carnivorous crustacean of the family Oniscidae, the species of which live under logs in the woods
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  • valuable indications where the thermometer fails.   A New Fossil Crustacean.—A new crustacean species, allied to Eurypterus and Pterogotus, has been described
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  • Crustaceans (Hymenocaris and Leanchoilia) 222 32. Middle Cambrian Crustaceans (Hymenocaris, Fieldia, and Hurdia) 224 33. Middle Cambrian Crustaceans (Carnarvonia
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  • other animal forms. B876.1. Giant frog. Jewish: *Neuman. B876.2. Giant crustacean. B876.2.1. Giant crab. Buddhist myth: Malalasekera I 249, 472; Chauvin
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  • encysted in the body cavity of some invertebrate, most often an insect or crustacean, more rarely a small fish. The body is divisible into a proboscis and
    274 bytes (1,348 words) - 02:51, 9 December 2014
  • abdominal segments, indicate that there are 20 segments in a typical crustacean. There are six pairs of swimming legs (swimmerets), the last very broad
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  • and medusæ, and the third the annelids. This paper includes all of the crustaceans of the subclasses Branchiopoda, Malacostraca, and Merostomata that occur
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  • suggest a crustacean nauplius stage, the admitted absence of all crustacean features in the adult forms, and the equal absence of all crustacean features
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  • organisms, like the jellyfish, have been exquisitely preserved and we have crustaceans of many varieties. Among these many preserve the most delicate branchiæ
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  • No. 63). — Missouri-French: Carrière; Chinese: Graham. B495. Helpful crustacean. B495.1. Helpful crab. India: Thompson-Balys; Africa (Mpongwe): Nassau
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  • manhood, of one person. Many years ago the naturalist described a little crustacean which was noticed swimming gayly and briskly in the sea. It was a pert
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  • ventures were among the South-Sea Islands, and thence came to him splendid crustaceans, mollusks, star-fishes, sea-eggs, holothuria, corals, sponges, sea-fans
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  • Arthropoda ARTHROPODA. The Aristotelian distinction of Malacostraca, or Crustaceans, and Entoma, or Insects, has been referred to by Agassiz as in reality
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