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.
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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).
Tercer par de pereiopodos quelado y mucho mas desarrollado que los dos anteriores infraor den...Infraorden Stenopodidea (camarones boxeadores y afines, no considerados en este trabajo) (figura 2 c).
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.