There were Glauce, Thalia and Cymodoce, Nesaia, Speo, Thoe and dark-eyed Halie, Cymothoe, Actaea and Limnorea, Melite, Iaera, Amphithoe and Agave, Doto and Proto, Pherusa and Dynamene, Dexamene, Amphinome and Callianeira, Doris, Panope, and the famous sea-nymph Galatea, Nemertes, Apseudes and Callianassa
Host specimens were collected from the upper mudflats in Bodega Bay (Sonoma County; 39[degrees] 19'23"N, 123[degrees]03' 15"W) and from Tomales Bay (Mann County; 38[degrees]11'17"N, 122[degrees]54'43"W) from inside or near burrows of Callianassa
Acute lethality of organic and inorganic mercury for larvae of Callianassa
uncinata (Crustacea, decapoda).
Although many studies have documented the importance of bioturbation by Callianassa sp.
Coot Pond is a shallow (half a meter to two meters) semi-enclosed basin with approximately 40 percent of the bottom heavily bioturbated by Callianassa sp.
Burrowing shrimp of the genus Callianassa (Decapoda, Thalassinoidea), which can burrow to three meters in depth, have widespread occurrence in both temperate and tropical sediments (Pemberton et al.
Effects of sediment type on burrows of Callianassa
californiensis Dana and C.
fossil burrow of the ghost shrimp, Callianassa
15 Nature that the conical mounds are made by the tiny mud shrimp Callianassa
truncata (inset), whose tunnels provide a chemical connection between sea and sediment.
Latitudinal variation in the reproductive biology of the ghost shrimp Callianassa
filholi (Decapoda: Thalassinidea).
Interactions between Zostera capensis, Callianassa kraussi and Upogebia africana: deductions from field surveys in Langebaan Lagoon, South Africa.
Ecosystem engineers: interactions between eelgrass Zostera capensis and the sandprawn Callianassa kraussi and their indirect effects on the mudprawn Upogebia africana.