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prawn:

see shrimpshrimp,
small marine decapod crustacean with 10 jointed legs on the thorax, well-developed swimmerets on the abdominal segments, and a body that is compressed laterally.
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prawn

any of various small edible marine decapod crustaceans of the genera Palaemon, Penaeus, etc., having a slender flattened body with a long tail and two pairs of pincers
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En cuanto a numero de especies, los Dendrobranchiata asociados con la porcion relativamente bien oxigenada de la plataforma continental, frente a las costas del Pacifico mexicano, suman 28 (15 Penaeidae, 11 Sicyoniidae y 2 Solenoceridae).
Hendrickx ME, Estrada-Navarrete FD (1996) Los Camarones Pelagicos (Crustacea: Dendrobranchiata y Caridea) del Pacifico Mexicano.
TABLA I ESPECIES DE CAMARONES BENTONICOS DENDROBRANCHIATA ASOCIADAS CON LA PLATAFORMA CONTINENTAL POR ENCIMA DE LA ZMO (A) Y CON LA PARTE INTERMEDIA DEL TALUD CONTINENTAL, POR DEBAJO DE LA ZMO EN EL PACIFICO MEXICANO (B) A.
Using known seep resident species (Methanoaricia dendrobranchiata, Munidopsis sp.
Known resident fauna such as the polychaete worm, Methanoaricia dendrobranchiata (a deposit feeder), and the snail, Bathynerita naticoidea (a grazer), probably reflect bacterial sources of production and would reveal the likely range of chemoautotrophic production within communities where they are found (MacAvoy et al.
0 polychaete dendrobranchiata Shrimp Alvinocaris stactophila -24.
Living specimens of Methanoaricia dendrobranchiata were collected in August 1997 by the Johnson-Sea-Link II submersible from the "brine pool" at Green Canyon, MMS Block 232, in the Gulf of Mexico (MacDonald et al.
Methanoaricia dendrobranchiata is a gonochoric species, but the sexes cannot be distinguished externally.
On the basis of a study of Nainereis laevigata (Giangrande and Petraroli, 1991), our observations of Methanoaricia dendrobranchiata (present study), and previous studies of Leitoscoloplosfragilis (Eckelbarger, pers.