phyllopod

phyllopod

(ˈfɪləʊˌpɒd)
n
(Animals) any crustacean animal which has limbs that resemble leaves
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Cruziana tenella is commonly described under Isopodichnus, which is a locomotion and feeding trace of phyllopod crustaceans in nonmarine environments (Pollard, 1985).
Cruziana is interpreted as the feeding trace of trilobites and/or other arthropods such as aglaspids, limulids or phyllopods, whereas C.
At the beginning of instar IV, the limb is a phyllopod with 150 cells on the anterior surface (Fig.
As the phyllopod developed, growth of the limb resulted in a marked increase in length and width (Fig, 1E).
Each of the regions of the phyllopod grew in a different spatial and temporal pattern.
Almost all phyllopod combinations were recorded in the prairie habitats, and frequently .
Physical and chemical characteristics and phyllopod fauna of temporary pools in north-eastern Natal, Republic of South Africa.
Some effects of temperature and oxygen concentration on phyllopod ecology.
Comparative respiratory physiology and ecology of phyllopod crustacea.
Respiration and thermal tolerance of the phyllopod crustacean Triops longicaudatus and Thamnocephalus platyurus inhabiting desert ephemeral ponds.