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Trachelipus ratzeburgii

Trachelipus ratzeburgii is a species of woodlouse in the genus Trachelipus belonging to the family Trachelipodidae that can be found in Austria, the Baltic States, Belgium, Netherlands, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Rom ...

Trachelipus razzautii

Trachelipus razzautii is a species of woodlouse in the genus Trachelipus belonging to the family Trachelipodidae, which can be found in Northern Italy, Slovenia, the Greek island of Lesbos, and European Turkey.

Trachelipus remyi

Trachelipus remyi is a species of woodlouse in the genus Trachelipus belonging to the family Trachelipodidae that can be found in the countries of the former Yugoslavia, such as Kosovo, Montenegro and Serbia.

Trachelipus rhinoceros

Trachelipus rhinoceros is a species of woodlouse in the genus Trachelipus belonging to the family Trachelipodidae, which can be found in Croatia, Italy and Romania. Despite the similarity in name, Trachelipus not a relative Rhinoceratidae.

Trachelipus schwangarti

Trachelipus schwangarti is a species of woodlouse in the genus Trachelipus belonging to the family Trachelipodidae, which can be found in the Alps of Austria and Northern Italy.

Trichoniscus pusillus

Trichoniscus pusillus, sometimes called the common pygmy woodlouse, is one of the five most common species of woodlice in the British Isles. He is recognized as the most common terrestrial isopod in Britain. Often it is found throughout Europe No ...

Argulus ambystoma

Argulus ambystoma view of branchiuran parasites on the lake Patzcuaro Salamander, Ambystoma dumerilii, sharing that species of very limited range in Lago de Patzcuaro, Mexico. The male has a total length of 3-4 mm, with 2 dark triangular marks on ...

Cambarus smilax

Cambarus smilax, Greenbrier Crayfish is Crayfish in the Decapoda order, family Cambaridae, the genus Cambarus, subgenus Puncticambarus. It is most closely related to Cambarus of robustus. It is endemic to the Greenbrier river watershed, in Pocaho ...

Cletocamptus helobius

Helobius Cletocamptus is one of the species of copepod that lives in the waters of North America. One of 29 species of the genus Cletocamptus, it was first described by John W. Fleeger in 1980. The view was used in the study of DNA evolution rela ...

Eulimnadia texana

Eulimnadia texana, Texas clam shrimp or desert shrimp is an interesting creature in the family Limnadiidae. It is endemic to North America. A specialist of arid lands, living for many years into the cyst and rupture in the life of the arrival of ...


Faxonella is a genus of crayfish from the southern United States from Texas to Florida. It consists of the following types: Faxonella Blairi Hayes and Reimer, 1977. Faxonella creaseri walls, 1968. Faxonella clypeata hay, 1899. Faxonella Beyeri Pe ...

Graceful clam shrimp

This large clam shrimp is a body color varies from orange to pink, and maroon shell, eggs female-yellow to orange. This species differs from other members of the Lynceidae, because males have a pair of large pincers, with the right to closure, mo ...

Hyalella azteca

Hyalella Azteca is a widespread and abundant species of amphipod crustacean in North America. It reaches 3-8 mm long, and found in various fresh and brackish waters. It feeds on algae and diatoms and is a major food of waterfowl.

Leptodiaptomus ashlandi

Leptodiaptomus ashlandi is one of the zooplankton species is widely distributed across Canada and the Northern United States in large and deep lakes. This happens in all the Great lakes.

Leptodiaptomus sicilis

The species is found throughout North America, North of Missouri, in fresh and salt waters. It is found in all the Great lakes but is most abundant in lake superior.


Lirceus is a genus of isopod crustaceans in the family Asellidae who live in southern Canada and the Eastern United States West to the Great Plains. Of the 15 species in the genus, two are listed as being endangered or vulnerable in the IUCN Red ...

Mysis diluviana

Naked-a small, transparent shrimp-like crustacean, of less than 25 mm 1 in length. It has two pairs of relatively long antennae associated with rounded antennal plates large, stalked compound eyes, a thorax covered by a coat as Armor, muscular, c ...

Orconectes sanbornii

Sambornii Orconectes is a species of crayfish native to Ohio and other places in the Midwest. It depends on Orconectes Rusticus invasive species in many river habitats.

Palaemonetes paludosus

Palaemonetes paludosus, known as shrimp-Ghost, glass shrimp, Eastern grass shrimp, is a species of freshwater shrimp from Southeast USA.


The genus Palaemonias comprises two species are endangered, albinistic, obligate cave shrimp: Alabama cave shrimp – Palaemonias alabamae Smalley, 1961. Kentucky cave shrimp – Palaemonias ganteri hay, 1901.


Syncaris is a genus of shrimp, containing only two species: California freshwater shrimp endangered, Syncaris Pacifica, and the extinct Pasadena freshwater shrimp, Syncaris pasadenae.

Puerto Rican sand crab

Puerto Rican sand crab, Emerita portoricensis, is a species of "sand crab", belonging to the genus Emerita, which is native to the main island of Puerto Rico and its archipelago. The most detailed study conducted on the species was conducted by S ...

Paguristes ulreyi

Paguristes ulreyi, or fluffy the hermit crab Is a hermit crab in the family Diogenidae. It is known for its furry body, which allows it to capture detritus. He lives in the waters of California in the Pacific ocean and can be up to an inch wide.

Ramellogammarus similimanus

Ramellogammarus similimanus is a species of crustacean in the family Anisogammaridae. Because this amphipod only lives in Portland, Oregon, USA, was given the common name "Stumptown Scud".

Allorchestes compressa

Allorchestes compressa is a species of amphipod in the family Dogielinotidae. It is located near the coast of Australia from Western Australia to Tasmania and East to Wollongong NSW.

Australian land hermit crab

The Australian land hermit crab is a terrestrial hermit crab species, native to Australia. It is a nocturnal, omnivorous crustacean. They live and thrive in tropical areas near water.

Calantica darwini

Calantica darwini-the species Barnacle. It was described in 2009, the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin and the 150th anniversary of the publication of "the Origin of species". Thus, the specific epithet darwini was chosen in honor ...

Chamaesipho tasmanica

Chamaesipho tasmanica is intertidal Barnacle coast of Australia. Its main centers range in New South Wales and Tasmania. Columnar colonies can be found on high intertidal rocks relatively free of dense algae. Face small, less than 15 mm, and a gr ...

Ligia australiensis

It can be found quite easily along the southern coast of Australia, including Tasmania, hiding under a huge variety of coatings. It is not as common on the coast of New South Wales, although it can be found in abundance in estuaries.

Longiflagrum amphibium

Longiflagrum amphibium is an estuarine species of crustaceans in the order Tanaidacea. It is known only from the type locality, which is the intertidal zone in Port Hedland, North West Australia.

Lybia australiensis

Libya australiensis is a species of small crab in the family Xanthidae. It is known only from the type specimen collected in 1928 among bryozoans in Port Jackson, New South Wales.


Melicertus is a genus of "king" prawns, comprising of eight species that were previously classified as members of the genus Penaeus: Melicertus Canaliculatus Olivier, 1811 - witch prawn. Melicertus Hathor Burkenroad, 1959. Melicertus similis Chan ...

Pagurus sinuatus

Pagurus sinuatus large a hermit crab found in Australia and the Kermadec Islands. It is red or orange, with colored stripes on legs and spots on the body.


Phoratopus remex kind of isopod crustaceans known only two specimens, and first described in 1925, Herbert Matthew Hale. Dwells on the continental shelf at Encounter Bay and fishing Bay, South Australia. It is so unlike all other isopods that it ...


Trypaea australiensis, known as yabby or a Ghost Nipper in Australia, or as a one-armed bandit because of their random abnormally large hands, and as the Australian Ghost shrimp in a different place, a common species of mud shrimp in South-Easter ...

Yhi yindi

Luxury yindi is a species of amphipod crustacean, known only from Orpheus island, Queensland, Australia. It was first described in 1991 by George. Barnard Lawrence J., and Thomas, and is the only species in the genus care about you.

Zimmeriana lasiodactylum

Zimmeriana lasiodactylum view memovie in the family Gynodiastylidae. Found in Western Australia at depths of 9-23M. The samples were found an adult woman and a young man, not a grown man.


Cyrtocarcinus information is one of the species of crabs of the family Xanthidae that lives in the waters around Hawaii. It was described in 1906 Mary J. Rathbun as Harrovia truncata based on a single immature male specimen caught near the island ...


Halocaridina is a genus of atyid shrimp. It contains two of the species, Halocaridina rubra Halocaridina palahemo, and – as endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. H. rubra is widely kept in aquariums.

Lybia edmondsoni

Libya edmondsoni is a species of small crab in the family Xanthidae and is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. Like other members of the genus Libya, it is widely known as the POM-POM crab or crab-a boxer, because of his habit of carrying a sea anem ...

List of crabs of New Zealand

In the waters around New Zealand, 77 living species of crabs were recorded, along with 24 species of fossil crabs. Surviving crabs, 37 are endemic to New Zealand. The taxonomy below NG et al. for extant species, and de grave et al. for the fossil ...


In Aeglidae belong to the family of freshwater crustaceans currently restricted to South America. They are the only anomurans to be found in fresh water, except for one hermit crab species, Clibanarius fonticola, on Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu. They ...

Boeckella palustris

Boeckella palustris is a species of copepod that lives in South America. It inhabits small ponds, including the highest body of water ever to have yielded to crustaceans, at the height of 5.930 m in the Andes. It was described independently by tw ...

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