Gammaridea


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Gammaridea

[‚gam·ə′rid·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
The scuds or sand hoppers, a suborder of amphipod crustaceans; individuals are usually compressed laterally, are poor walkers, and lack a carapace.
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11 All Bivalvia 3 All Mysidae Mysis oculata 1 9 12 Neomysis rayii 5 3 All Isopoda Saduria entomon 1 3 4 All Amphipoda Gammaridea 3 Gammarus spp.
Like other peracarid crustaceans, including the Gammaridea and Isopoda, adult Caprellidea females have a brood pouch on their thoracic segments into which eggs are released.
Embryonic development of the Amphipoda has been well studied in Gammaridea (Wolff and Scholtz, 2002; Browne et al.
Some morphology-based phylogenetic studies have suggested a phylogenetic affinity between the Caprellidea and the superfamily Corophioidea, which belongs to the suborder Gammaridea (Amphipoda; e.
Palabras clave: diversidad, Amphipoda, Gammaridea, Atlantico Occidental Tropical
The published records of Amphipoda Gammaridea of the tropical western Atlantic region were reviewed and compiled in a checklist.
13 Hyperiidea (amphipod) Gammaridea (amphipod) Themisto sp.
CUM = total Cumacea; Amp = Amphipoda Gammaridea unidentified.
MYS = total Mysidacea; Amp = Amphipoda Gammaridea unidentified.
Decapoda, Gammaridea, Cirripedia, Stomatopoda, Isopoda) are primarily opaqu e, but with many exceptions among pelagic and benthopelagic subgroups (e.