Scyllaridae

Scyllaridae

[si′lar·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
The Spanish, or shovel-nosed, lobsters, a family of the Scyllaridea.
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In addition, other species of Scyllaridae have commercial value, including 4 species of the genus Ibacus, the velvet fan lobster (7.
The reproductive biology of members of the Scyllaridae (Lavalli and Spanier, 2007) has been studied for the genera Thenus (Kagwade and Kabli, 1996; Courtney et al.
Species of Scyllaridae also are targeted by other fisheries (e.
Brazil currently has no fishery management legislation that regulates the extraction of slipper lobsters in its waters, and data on the reproductive biology of these species of Scyllaridae would provide important life-cycle information that could be used for decision-making.
This reproductive strategy is evident in Scyllaridae, as seen in the relationship between the mean sizes of lobster species and their gonadal maturation, fecundity, and egg diameter.
This characteristic is common in the Scyllaridae, but the opposite phenomenon occurs in the Palinuridae and Nephropidae (Spanier and Lavalli, 2007).
For species of Scyllaridae, males are smaller than females (Lavalli and Spanier, 2007; Oliveira et al.
Review: diverse larval recruitment strategies within the Scyllaridae.