Indication for temporarily closed aggregations of peracarid
crustaceans from Cape d'Aguilar and Hong Kong, III.
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.
This can also be applied to shallow water inhabitants of the dry episodes formed by small juvenile teleostean fishes, carid shrimps (Delclosia), peracarid
spelaeogriphaceans and astacid decapods (Austropotamobius) together with the presence of the aquatic angiosperm Montsechia.
Discrete seasonal reproduction in an abyssal peracarid
Isopods and amphipods (peracarid
crustaceans) are shredders that are commonly found in streams throughout the United States that receive significant levels of CPOM.
crustaceans from three inlets in the southwestern Gulf of Mexico: new records and range extensions.
Furthermore, because peracarid
crustaceans that live close to the sandy shoreline dominated the foregut contents (Kamihira, 1979; Takahashi and Kawaguchi, 1995; authors' pers.
Marine algae and seagrasses harbor diverse assemblages of small, mobile invertebrates dominated by peracarid
crustaceans, gastropod mollusks, and polychaete worms (Colman 1940, Wieser 1952, Nagle 1968, Mukai 1971, Choat and Kingett 1982, Edgar 1983a, b, c, d, Dean and Connell 1987).
38 The peracarid
Mysis relicta is present in some large lakes in the tundra, and is the only freshwater member of the order Mysidacea.
The small (4 mm) peracarid
crustacean Hargeria rapax (tanaid) occurs throughout the intertidal marshes of Sapelo Island, Georgia.