Anthuridea

Anthuridea

[‚an·thə′rīd·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A suborder of crustaceans in the order Isopoda characterized by slender, elongate, subcylindrical bodies, and by the fact that the outer branch of the paired tail appendage (uropod) arches over the base of the terminal abdominal segment, the telson.