Mysidacea


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Related to Mysidacea: Mysidae, Cumacea, Euphausiacea, Opossum shrimps
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Noun1.Mysidacea - opossum shrimp
animal order - the order of animals
Malacostraca, subclass Malacostraca - largest subclass of Crustacea including most of the well-known marine, freshwater, and terrestrial crustaceans: crabs; lobsters; shrimps; sow bugs; beach flies
family Mysidae, Mysidae - small shrimp-like crustaceans
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The major groups of zooplankton were copepods rotifers sergestidae lucifer gastropod larvae bivalve larvae pelagic polychaetes nematodes crustacean nauplii insects and mysidacea.
neritico- 1530 oceanico Harpacticoida neritico 17352 Copepoditos 16179 Restos de copepodos 12150 Euphausiacea neritico- 439 oceanico Otros grupos Mysidacea neritico- 3 oceanico Amphipoda neritico- 1 oceanico Bivalvia neritico 222 Gastropoda neritico- 108 oceanico Ostracoda neritico- 10 oceanico Zoea neritico- 50 oceanico Megalopa neritico 728 Huevos de anchoveta neritico- 520 oceanico Huevos de Engraulidae 50 Huevos de pez n/i 114 Huevos de crustaceos 1 Larvas de cirripedos neritico 3300 Larvas de equinodermos neritico 219 Larvas de pez n/i 69 Chaetognata 14 Decapoda reptantia n/i 40 Restos de Myctophidae 140 Restos organicos n/i 110117 Polychaeta neritico 2241 Carbono Presas ([micron]g/ind) DIATOMEAS Actinoptychus undulatus 0.
Paratypes from field station 428-5 from leaf litter together with Dytiscidae, small Corixidae, Copepoda, Tubificidae, numerous Ceratopogonidae, Mysidacea and Macrobrachium (from field notes of E.
Comparative structure and ultrastructure of the midgut and hepatopancreas of five species of Mysidacea (Crustacea): functional implications.
38 The peracarid Mysis relicta is present in some large lakes in the tundra, and is the only freshwater member of the order Mysidacea.
The class Malacostraca includes the superorders Pancarida (order Thermosbaenacea), Peracarida (orders Mysidacea, Amphipoda, and Isopoda), and Eucarida (order Decapoda) (Covich & Thorp 1991).