Salinity as a key parameter in the larval biology of decapod
and nondecapod crustaceans were present in the majority of stomachs.
Taxonomic characteristics of the decapod
crustaceans of the subfamily Cambarinae in Oklahoma with descriptions of two new species and two keys to species.
Molt cycle alterations in behavior, feeding and diel rhythms of a decapod
crustacean, the spiny lobster Panulirus argus.
Past studies in the GOM-GB region revealed that economically important bivalves (sea scallop, Iceland scallop [Chlamys islandica], ocean quahog [Arctica islandica], arks clam [Family Aricidea], and Atlantic surfclam [Spisula solidissima]) were the most predominant prey group in stomachs of Atlantic wolffish (13-108 cm TL) collected in spring (Nelson and Ross, 1992), followed by echinoderms, gastropods, and decapod
In his valuable catalog of marine decapod
crustaceans of the Americas, Boschi (2000) lists 78 species in seven genera of the family Porcellanidae recorded from the Pacific coasts of North and South America.
Reproductive biology of crustaceans; case studies of decapod
ABSTRACT: Fish and decapod
community structure and catch per unit effort (CPUE) were assessed within a mangrove previously impacted by a hurricane and an adjacent seagrass bed in St.
Whole Foods Market further looked into the biology and sentience in lobsters, including studying the final report of the November 2005 European Food Safety Authority Animal Health and Welfare panel which concluded all decapod
crustaceans, including lobsters and crabs, are complex in behavior and appear to have some degree of awareness, feeling pain and having the ability to learn.
This small decapod
crustacean is an omnivorous deposit feeder and an important source of food for carnivorous fish,
interior as a habitat for fish and decapod
crustaceans in a Louisiana tidal marsh.
and his coworkers obtained DNA from 26 decapod
crustaceans, including crab-, shrimp-, and lobsterlike animals.