Cancridae


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Noun1.Cancridae - many of the best known edible crabs
arthropod family - any of the arthropods
Brachyura, suborder Brachyura - an order of crustaceans (including true crabs) having a reduced abdomen folded against the ventral surface
genus Cancer, Cancer - type genus of the family Cancridae
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Fecundity and reproductive output in nine species of Cancer crabs (Crusacea, Brachyura, Cancridae).
Intraspecific morphological variability in megalopac of three sympatric species of the genus Cancer (Brachyura: Cancridae).
The cancroid crabs of America of the families: Euryalidae, Portunidae, Atelecyclidae, Cancridae, and Xanthidae.
Seals in Oregon consumed 6 families of non-teleost prey, including Myxinidae, Octopodidae, Rajidae, Loliginidae, Cancridae, and Crangonidae.
Crangonidae Pink shrimp Pandalus eous Pandalidae Dungeness crab Cancer magister Cancridae Unidentified jellyfish Class Scyphozoa Dock shrimp Pandalus danae Pandalidae Unidentified copepod Subclass Copepoda Pacific glass shrimp Pasiphaea pacifica Pasiphaeidae Unidentified amphipod Order Gammeridea Unidentified Pandalid Pandalus sp.
The Cancroid crabs of America of the families Euryalidae, Portunidae, Atelecyclidae, Cancridae and Xanthidae.
Es asi que algunos recursos importantes, como los camarones de la familia Pandalidae o los cangrejos de las familias Cancridae y Geryonidae, algunos de los cuales son muy abundantes en estas profundidades en otras regiones como el Atlantico este (Cervigon et al., 1992; Pessuto et al., 2006; Tallack, 2007), el Mediterraneo (Sbrana et al., 2006), o incluso frente a la costa oeste de Baja California, donde se pesca el cangrejo Cancer johngarthi entre ~70-340m de profundidad con hasta 100 trampas por linea (Cervantes et al., 2006; Lopez-Rocha et al., 2006), no pueden establecerse en profundidades intermedias (~100 hasta ~700m) frente a las costas del golfo de California sur y central o frente a la costa suroccidental de Mexico.
1930.- The cancroid crab of America of the family Euryalidae, Portunidae, Atelecyclidae, Cancridae and Xantidae.