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The decapods are herein divided into four suborders: Dendrobranchiata, Euzygida, Eukyphida, and Reptantia. Evidence for monophyly of these taxa is supplied by the adult morphology of characters of… (More)
MITH (1907) says that the "grunt" of haemulids is produced "by the air-bladder." Gudger (1929) makes the same statement. While at the Carnegie Laboratory at Tortugas in the summer of 1929, the writer… (More)
Eumalacostracan fossils from the Mississippian indicate the beginnings of Recent superorders other than the Eucarida; which latter probably also differentiated around this time, from a primitive… (More)
PO Box 208118, New Haven, CT 06520-8118 USA (203) 432-3154 fax (203) 432-5872 firstname.lastname@example.org www.journalofmarineresearch.org The Journal of Marine Research is an online peer-reviewed journal that… (More)
mature Procaris differ from other adult eukyphids for which the branchial formula is known, and resemble some of the Dendrobranchiata, Euzygida, and Reptantia. The lack may be regarded as a… (More)