by Texas A & M University, Department of Oceanography in College Station, Tex .
Written in English
|Other titles||Oceanography in the Gulf of Mexico.|
|Statement||by Richard William Firth, Jr. and Willis E. Pequegnat.|
|Series||[Texas. A & M University. Deparment of Oceanography] Project 700-15, Reference -- 71-11T., Project 700-15 (Texas A & M University. Dept. of Oceanography) -- no. 71-11T.|
|Contributions||Pequegnat, Willis E., 1914-, United States. Office of Naval Research., Texas A. and M. Research Foundation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 106 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||106|
Lobster, any of numerous marine crustaceans constituting the families Homaridae, Palinuridae, Scyllaridae, and Polychelidae. The lobster has a rigid, segmented body covering (exoskeleton) and five pairs of legs, one or more pairs of which are often modified into pincers. The family Polychelidae includes thirty-eight species of blind deep-sea lobsters distributed in six genera. POLYCHELIDAE Blind lobsters At least 2 species in the area, at depths be-tween and 2 small and lack-ing pigment; soft-bodied deep sea lobsters; carapace without a rostrum; telson of tail fan pointed;first4oralllegswithpincers,firstpair enlarged; antennae cylindrical, shorter than body. No species of interest to fisheries in Fishing Area File Size: 1MB. Deep-sea lobsters previously assigned to the family Thaumastochelidae Bate, , the thaumastocheliforms, have very distinctive, greatly unequal first chelipeds Author: Tin-Yam Chan.
Virtual dissection and lifestyle of a -million-year-old female polychelidan lobster. Contrasting with extant deep-sea Polychelidae, R.M. Firth, W.E. PequegnatDeep-sea Lobsters of the Families Polychelidae and Nephropidae (Crustacea, Decapoda) Cited by: biology of the lobster Download biology of the lobster or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get biology of the lobster book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Most spiny and slipper lobsters (Palinuridae and Scyllaridae, respectively), as well as the Synaxidae usually occur in fairly shallow waters, often on a rocky bottom or a bottom with coarse sediment. Most Nephropidae, a few Palinuridae and Scyllaridae, as well as the Polychelidae are found in deeper water on a muddy bottom. The clawed lobsters of the Family Nephropidae sensuTshudy and Babcock () have received little or no attention with regard to diversity through time, and even across the K/T boundary. Indeed, they are a relatively small taxonomic group ( species arrayed in 18 genera; 67 species in 7 genera with a fossil record), and their skeletons are less readily Cited by:
Firth R.M. & Pequegnat W.E. Deep-sea lobsters of the families Polychelidae and Nephropidae (Crustacea, Decapoda) in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. Texas A&M University, Department of Oceanography. Förster R. Die reptanten Dekapoden der Trias. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie Abhandlungen (2): –Cited by: 2. Twenty-three species of deep-water lobsters in the families Nephropidae, Palinuridae, Polychelidae and Scyllaridae are recorded from the continental shelf and slope off eastern Australia. Ten species and two genera have not been previously recorded from by: Abstract. A new species of deep-water clawed lobster, Thymops takedai, is described from the Scotia Sea, near South Georgia, representing the second species of the new species differs from Thymops birsteini (Zarenkov & Semenov, ) in having a ventrally spinose or serrated rostrum (versus smooth or finely granular), a non-flagellate Cited by: 1. Characteristic Deep-Sea Types.—Crustacea. In: Agassiz, A., Three ] Holthuis: Taxonomy and Zoogeography of the Nephropidae BARATTINI, L. P. & E. H. URETA La Fauna de las Costas Uruguayas del Este (Invertebrados), pp. Deep-Sea Lobsters of the Families Polychelidae and Nephropidae (Crustacea, Decapoda) in the Gulf of Mexico.