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Caridean Shrimp is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Caridean Shrimp books and related discussion.
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- The evolution of euhermaphroditism in caridean shrimps: a
- Members of this genus are small caridean shrimp and occur in tropical to warm temperate marine coastal waters worldwide.
- Sex Attraction and Recognition in the Caridean Shrimp Heptacarpus
- in the Caridean Shrimp. Heptacarpus paludicola Holmes. (Decapoda: Hippolytidae).
- Antifouling Adaptations of Caridean Shrimps: Cleaning of the
- Structural specializations of chelipeds used by caridean shrimp in two kinds of grooming activity are described.
- Morphometric and Reproductive Traits of Tropical Caridean Shrimps
- Aug 28, 2007 Morphometric and Reproductive Traits of Tropical Caridean Shrimps. Klaus Anger; Gloria S. Moreira.
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- From the Archives: Shrimp Tails – Describing a New Species
- subunit I. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 13:244-254. DOI:10.
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- Shrimp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Shrimp are swimming, decapod crustaceans classified in the infraorder Caridea, found widely around the world in both fresh and salt water.
- Caridean Shrimp
- Although they occur in all of the world's oceans, the Caridean shrimp reach their highest level of species and generic diversification in the Indo-Pacific.
- The evolution of euhermaphroditism in caridean - BioMed Central
- Sep 29, 2010 Members of this genus are small caridean shrimp and occur in tropical to warm temperate marine coastal waters worldwide.
- Caridean Shrimp
- SUGGESTED ONLINE CITATION: Kathryn Hieb. 1999. Caridean Shrimp.
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