Ovalipes ocellatus


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Noun1.Ovalipes ocellatus - brightly spotted crab of sandy beaches of the Atlantic coast of the United StatesOvalipes ocellatus - brightly spotted crab of sandy beaches of the Atlantic coast of the United States
swimming crab - marine crab with some legs flattened and fringed for swimming
genus Ovalipes, Ovalipes - a genus of Portunidae
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(grass shrimp) 153 25.0 Menippe mercenar!a (stone crab) 1 0.0 Callinectes sapidus (blue crab) 1 0.0 Ovalipes ocellatus (lady crab) 1 0.0 Portunus gibbesii (iridescent swimming crab) 5 0.0 Portunus spinimanus (blotched swimming crab) 1 0.0 Panopeus herbslii (mud crab) 1 0.0 Aeurtia tonsa (copepod) 9 0.0 Unidentified isopod 1 0.0 Unidentified crab 2 0.0 Mixed zooplankton sample 9 0.0 Sediment 9 0.0 Water 9 0.0 TABLE 2.
sapidus (Johnson, 1980; Hines et al., 2003; Wolcott et al., 2005), Arenaeus cribrarius (Lamarck, 1818) (Pinheiro and Fransozo, 2002), and Ovalipes ocellatus (Herbst, 1799) (Hinsch, 1986).
La presencia de microtubulos en el interior del tubo acrosomico de los espermatozoides de Brachyura han sido descritos para Cancer borealis (Langreth, 1965), Callinectes sapidus (Brown, 1966), Libinia emarginata (Hinsch, 1969), Ovalipes ocellatus (Hinsch, 1969), Pinnixa sp.
The blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) (Portunidae), the lady crab (Ovalipes ocellatus) (Portunidae), and the Atlantic rock crab (Cancer irroratus) (Cancridae) are the largest and most common brachyuran crabs inhabiting both estuaries and inner continental shelves of the northeast coast of North America.
Studies on the trypsin-like gonadotropin factor in crab Ovalipes ocellatus. Endocrinology 1979;104: 932-9.
borealis and Ovalipes ocellatus in the New York Bight apex.
The Hudson-Raritan estuary as crossroads for distribution of blue (Callinectes sapidus), lady (Ovalipes ocellatus), and Atlantic rock (Cancer irroratus) crabs.
The Hudson-Raritan Estuary as a crossroads for distribution of blue (Callinectes sapidus), lady (Ovalipes ocellatus), and Atlantic rock (Cancer irroratus) crabs.
Northern Southern beaches beaches Total Percent Total number frequency of number Prey category of prey occurrence of prey Annelida (Polychaeta) 14 1.8 7 Crustacea 3560 45.7 8463 Amphipoda (Gammaroidea) 938 16.9 513 Cladocera 151 0.3 3961 Copepoda 447 3.8 3449 Calanoida 268 2.3 2165 Harpacticoida 0 0.0 12 Unidentified 179 1.5 2417 Decapoda 1830 27.9 296 Megalopa 476 11.4 35 Zoea 406 4.1 83 Emerita talpoida 251 7.2 160 Ovalipes ocellatus 5 0.7 6 Pagurus spp.
3 0.47 5 Trinectes maculatus 5 0.78 5 Pomatomus saltatrix 3 0.47 3 Eucinostomus argenteus 3 0.47 3 Gobiosoma bosc 1 0.16 1 Synodus foetens 2 0.31 2 Strongylura marina 1 0.16 3 Scophthalmus aquosus 1 0.16 1 Mugil curema 1 0.16 1 Sphoeroides maculatus 1 0.16 1 Hypsoblennius hentzi 1 0.16 1 Fundulus heteroclitus 1 0.16 1 Unidentified fish remains 56 8.75 71 Class Crustacea Callinectes sapidus 55 8.59 129 Neomysis americana 13 2.03 90 Squilla empusa 23 3.59 35 Ovalipes ocellatus 13 2.03 15 Lironeca ovalis 6 0.94 6 Callinectes spp.