- Mantis Shrimp “Talk” with 3-D Polarizer
- (For the mantis shrimp, these reflective polarizers are located on their maxillipeds—the bright blue/green structures under the eyes.) Most animals can't see these visual signals, which keeps the conversation concealed from possible prey and predators.
- At Tempura Matsui in Murray Hill, the Pleasures Lie Within
- Two fried heads of Japanese tiger shrimp were placed on the paper, spidery pink antennas and maxillipeds angling out in all directions.
- CRISPR-Cas9 helps uncover genetics of exotic organisms
- Scanning electron microscope image of the mouthparts of a mutant amphipod hatchling, with color-coded maxillipeds, a recently evolved appendage involved in food processing.
- Giant Desert Centipede enters writer's home
- Known as maxillipeds, they are powerful appendages, heavily chitinized and much stouter than the other legs. They terminate in sickle-shaped claws.
- The Beautiful and Vicious Lady Crab
- Lady crabs are somewhat messy eaters, ripping apart their prey with their pincers and sweeping the bits into their mouth using a series of appendages called maxillipeds and maxillae.
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