clam shrimp

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clam shrimp:

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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It is found to be a host for several pests of rice and rice nematodes: Pratylenchus zeae and Hirschmanniella spinicaudata [15].
En 19 capitulos se explican los variados y diferentes grupos taxonomicos de Crustacea, principalmente marinos y de lagunas costeras, tratados en: "Decapoda", "Cladocera", "Copepoda", "Peracarida", "Cirripedia", "Oniscidea", "Remipedia", "Lophogastrida y Mysida", "Branchiopoda: Anostraca", "Branchiopoda: Cyclestherida, Laevicaudata, and Spinicaudata", "Branchiopoda: Notostraca", "Amphipoda", "Stomatopoda", "Euphausiacea", "Cumacea", "Leptostraca", "Tanaidacea", "Ostracoda" y "Brachiura".
Multispecies coexistence of branchiopods (Anostraca, Notostraca & Spinicaudata) in temporary ponds of Chaouia plain (western Morocco): sympatry or syntopy between usually allopatric species.
This last is further divided into four suborders: Laevicaudata, Spinicaudata, Cyclestherida and Cladocera (Martin and Davis, 2001).
(Bair, 1859) (Crustacea, Branchiopoda, Spinicaudata), with a comparison of male claspers among the Conchostraca and Cladocera and its bearing on phylogeny of the "bivalved" Branchiopoda.
A list of the recent Clam Shrimps (Crustacea: Laevinicaudata, Spinicaudata, Cyclestherida) of Australia, including a description of a new species of Eocyzicus.
Studies on the weed hosts of the rice root nematode, Hirschmanniella spinicaudata Sch.
Conchostraca (= Spinicaudata + Laevicaudata), Thiery ('996)
In Rabejac and Salagou Red Formations of the Lodeve Permian basin, the Acripes, Rusophycus and Cruziana abundance testifies to the existence of temporary pools inhabited by crustacans and numerous Conchostraca (= Spinicaudata + Laevicaudata), these last only known from body-fossils.