Because of the size of the mud crab, keep in mind that forcing hooks through the carapace
or squeezing the crab too tightly can crush them.
The display of the personalized carapace
on the vault cover at the graveside adds to the commemoration of the fallen hero.
Diagnosis: Festucula species share the following combination of characters: a flat carapace
and very long and narrow abdomen (Fig.
We divided the carapace
fragments into six regions: cephalic, anterolateral, lateral, posterolateral, caudal, and dorsal.
pax by having white feathery setae on the carapace
(as in Fig.
length (CL); postorbital carapace
length (POCL) [from the anterior margin of postorbilal spine to the posterior margin of the carapace
width (CW); carapace
depth (CD) [distance from the sternum to the dorsal surface]; chelae length (ChL); chelae width (ChW); chelae depth (ChD) [vertical measure from the dorsal to ventral margins of the chelae at the thickest depth]; and abdomen width (ABW).
Crab size classes were described on the basis of carapace
They were highly malnourished as their movements were restricted due to barnacles and mussels sticking to their carapace
," he told Khaleej Times after announcing the release.
The next exhibition features three sculptured works by Jungen, including Carapace
, which was first created in 2009 for an exhibition at the FRAC des Pays de la Loire (France) and completely reconfigured for an exhibition at the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian (Washington, D.
What is known as a carapace
on tortoises and turtles?
The rough concrete carapace
is the hard, hermetic outer shell, concealing a polished, luminous internal realm.
A pilot study was conducted with eight 34-month-old captive-reared loggerheads on 22 June 2006 (mean straight carapace
length [SCL] = 42.