Homarus


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Homarus

[′häm·ə·rəs]
(invertebrate zoology)
A genus of the family Homaridae comprising most species of lobsters.
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2]-related acidification on aspects of the larval development of the European lobster, Homarus gammarus (L.
En juveniles de la langosta festoneada Panulirus homarus (Hoang & Jones, 2014) se reportan incrementos significativos (P < 0,05) en el crecimiento del orden de 30 veces al usar una inclusion de MOS de 0,4 y 0,6%.
1995), and American lobster Homarus americanus (Wahle and Steneck, 1992) are all highly mobile as pelagic larvae and as adults, but are shelter-restricted as early juveniles.
americanus and its European counterpart, Homarus gammarus (Linnaeus) primarily remain a wild capture fishery.
Effects of crude oil on American lobster Homarus americanus larvae in the laboratory.
The exoskeleton of the lobster Homarus americanus as an example of a smart anisotropic biological material.
1980) Jasus edwardsii CPUE Mendelssohn (1981) Katsuwonus pelamis catch/effort Fogarty (1988) Homarus americanus catch/CPUE Jeffries et al.
What are edible marine crustaceans of the genus Homarus better known as?
The study also found that the female Panulirus homarus (spiny lobster) has a comparatively faster growth rate than the male.
However, in Homarus americanus (Icely & Nott), the hepatopancreas is described as having three lobes, each one covered by an outer layer of connective tissue, on each side of the body (Factor & Naar, 1985).
Examples of specific topics include the influence of intrinsic and extrinsic factors on agonistic behavior in freshwater crayfish, chemical communication and social behavior of the lobster Homarus americanus, ecology and evolution of mating behavior in freshwater amphipods, mating strategies in isopods, sperm demand and allocation in decapod crustaceans, hermaphroditism in caridean shrimps, social behavior of parent-offspring groups in crustaceans, sociobiology of terrestrial isopods, the social breeding system of the Jamaican bromeliad crab, ecology and evolution of eusociality in sponge-dwelling shrimp, and anthropogenic stressors and their effects on the behavior of aquatic crustaceans.