parastacidae


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parastacidae

[‚par·ə′stās·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of crayfishes assigned to the Nephropoidea.
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and Parastacidae, emerged much later, after the first terrestrial arthropods conquered land during the Silurian [443 to 419 million years ago (mya)], and are assumed to have their monophyletic origins during the Triassic period (185 to 22 mya) before Pangea split (Crandall et al.
An illustrated checklist of the American crayfishes (Decapoda: Astacidae, Cambaridae, and Parastacidae.
At the beginning of the XX century, 10 species of the family Parastacidae had been described for South America, all grouped within one genus: Parastacus.
Os Parastacidae do espago meridional Andino (Crustacea, Astacidea).
A) llamasi 120 Parastacidae Cherax quadricarinatus 200 Family Source Astacidae Lecher et al.
Freshwater Crayfish Aquaculture in North America, Europe, and Australia: Families Astacidae, Cambaridae, and Parastacidae.
simplex Schellenberg (1943) 0 0 Subclass Eucarida Order: Decapoda Family: Parastacidae Samastacus spinifrons 0 0 Philippi (1882) Parastacus pugnax Poeppig (1835) 0 0 P.
La familia Parastacidae agrupa a 178 especies que habitan aguas subterraneas, arroyos, rios y lagos de Nueva Guinea, Australia, Tasmania, Nueva Zelanda, Madagascar y el cono Sur de Sudamerica (Fetzner, 2005; Crandall & Buhay, 2008).
Phylum : Arthropoda Siebold & Stannius, 1845 Subphylum : Crustacea Brunnich, 1772 Clase : Malacostraca Latreille, 1802 Subclase : Eumalacostraca Groben, 1892 Superorden : Eucarida Calman, 1904 Orden : Decapoda Latreille, 1802 Suborden : Pleocyemata Burkenroad, 1963 Infraorden : Astacidea Latreille, 1802 Superfamilia : Parastacoidea Huxley, 1879 Familia : Parastacidae Huxley, 1879 Genero : Parastacus Huxley, 1879 Especie : Parastacus pugnax (Poeppig, 1835)
Six of the species of malacostracas inhabiting Chilean freshwaters belong to the family Parastacidae (Rudolph & Crandall, 2005, 2007; Jara et al, 2006): Parastacus pugnax (Poeppig, 1835), P.
En este dendrograma se incluyo tambien las familias Aeglidae y Parastacidae a pesar de ser de agua dulce, sobre la base de considerar al pais, tan angosto, como si fuera una prolongacion del oceano hacia su interior.