10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MAXILLIPEDE»
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Functional Morphology of Feeding and Grooming in Crustacea
IB) in that both outstretehed antennules are cleaned with repeated scrubbing
movements (with the third maxillipede carpal brush. Figs. 5D, F). Antennules are
also groomed in the more typical fashion, i.e., lowered one at a time, except it is
Felgenhauer, A.B Thistle, L. Watling, 1989
Introduction To The Study Of Zoology (the): The Crayfish
75) are removed, and the anterior set of arthrobranohfae turned downwards ( x 2)
: 1, eye-stalk ; 2, antennule ; S, antenna ; A, mandible ; €, scaphognathite ; 7, first
maxillipede, in B the epipodite, to which the line points, is partly removed ; 8, ...
Thomas Henry Huxley, 1987
Studies on Copepoda II: Proceedings of the First ...
A very important character which unites the Canuellidae with the Longipediidae,
perhaps the most important, is the peculiar foliaceous maxillipede. This type of 2
to 3-segmented maxillipede bears richly plumiferous setae, eventually fulfilling ...
Publications of the Marine Biological Station, Ghardaqa (Red ...
1-First larva, 2-Antennule, 3-Antenna, 4-Maxilla, 5-First maxillipede, 6-Second
maxlllpede, 7-Third maxillipede, 8-Telson, O-Second larva, 10-Antennule, 11 -
Antenna, 12-Mandible, 13-Maxillule, 14-Maxilla, 15-First maxillipede, 16-Second
1, whole ; 2, antennule ; 3, antenna ; 4, mandible ; 5, maxillule ; 6, maxilla ; 7, first
maxillipede ; 8, second maxillipede ; 9, third maxillipede; 10, telson. Figs.ll — 22 :
second larval stage of Callianassa sp. : 11, whole ; 12, rostrum ; 13, antennule ...
Cairo (Egypt) Jāmi'at al Qāhirah. Marine Biological Station al Ghardaqa (Red Sea), 1967
... and the anterior set of arthrobrauchiae turned downward (x 2): 1. eye-stalk; 2,
antennule; 3, antenna; 4, mandible; 6, scaphognathite ; 7, first maxillipede, in B
the epipodite, to which the line points, is partly removed ; 8, second maxillipede;
median dorsal spine eye abdominal segments rostrum antennule antenna
mandible maxilla 1st maxillipede 2nd maxillipede thoracic • appendages caudal
furca Fig. 8.5. Zoea larva. some other cases nauplius stage is passed within the
(1) First maxillipede : (i) It is formed by flattened, leaf-like coxa and basis. (ii)
Coxa contains a bilobed leaf-like epipodite (iii) Endopodite is small and
unsegmented. (iv) The exopodite is also unsegmented but is elongated, with a
Materials for the Study of Variation: Treated with Especial ...
All the parts appear to be normal with the exception of the third maxillipede of the
right side. This structure, however, has the form shewn in Fig. 18, A, differing
entirely from the ordinary condition of the appendage. Fig. 18, B, is taken from the
and basal joints of pereiopods ana branchise (6r.), IV. Zoea, x 120 Fig. 68.
Second maxillipede, I. Zoea, . . . . x 120 Fig. 69. Third maxillipede, 1-4 pereiopods
, and branchiae, I. Zoea, x 220 Fig. 70. Endopodite, second maxillipede, III. Zoea.
Scotland. Fishery Board, 1902