Stenopodidea


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Stenopodidea

[‚sten·ə·pə′did·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A section of decapod crustaceans in the suborder Natantia which includes shrimps having the third pereiopods chelate and much longer and stouter than the first pair.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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An updated checklist of benthic marine and brackish water shrimps (Decapoda: Penaeoidea, Stenopodidea, Caridea) from the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Wicksten MK, Hendrickx ME (2003) An updated checklist of benthic marine and brackish water shrimps (Decapoda: Penaoidea, Stenopodidea, Caridea) from the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
Thalassocaris crinata * 5-15 50-750 Infra order: Stenopodidea Family: Stenopodidae 29.
Planktonic decapods in the Catuama Inlet were represented by 27 taxa (Table 1), being distributed in 13 families: Sergestoida (2), Caridea (2), Anomura (2), Thalassinidea (2) and Brachyura (5), besides of non-identified taxa in Hippidea and Stenopodidea. This ecosystem showed a variety of planktonic decapod compared with other coastal and estuarine systems of Brazil (Sankarankutty et al., 1995; Schwamborn et al., 2001; Fernandes et al., 2002; Negreiros-Fransozo et al., 2002; Silva-Falcao et al., 2007).
Pocas especies de crustaceos decapodos se han informado para el Caribe de Costa Rica, en este trabajo se trata las Superfamilias Penaeoidea (que incluye los camarones de interes comercial) y Sergestoidea del Suborden Dendrobranchiata; y los Infraordenes Stenopodidea, Caridea, Thalassinidea y Palinura (que incluyen gran cantidad de especies de camarones y langostas comunes en areas costeras y arrecifes) del Suborden Pleocyemata.
Crustacea Decapoda (the Penaeida and Stenopodidea Excepted).
Hasta la fecha, Spongicola parvispinus Zarenkov, 1990 (Spongicolidae) y Stenopus hispidus (Olivier, 1811) (Stenopodidae) citadas para los montes submarinos de la placa de Nazca e isla de Pascua, respectivamente (DiSalvo et al., 1988; Zarenkov, 1990; Poupin, 2003), constituyen los unicos representantes de crustaceos Stenopodidea reportados para aguas del Pacifico suroriental.