Penaeoid and Sergestoid Shrimps and Prawns of the World. Keys and Diagnoses for the Families and Genera

@article{Holthuis1997PenaeoidAS,
  title={Penaeoid and Sergestoid Shrimps and Prawns of the World. Keys and Diagnoses for the Families and Genera},
  author={Lipke Bijdeley Holthuis and Isabel P{\'e}rez Farfante and Brian Frederick Kensley},
  journal={Journal of Crustacean Biology},
  year={1997},
  volume={18},
  pages={621}
}
The penaeoid and sergestoid shrimps comprise (he Dendrobranchiata, a suborder of the crustacean order Decapoda. This group is characterized by (a) highly branched gills and (b) a primitive mode of reproduction in which fertilized eggs are not incubated, as in other decapods, but instead are cast into the water, hatching later in the plankton as nauplius larvae. Dendrobranchiate shrimps, with about 500 described species, are important members of shallow and deepwater benthic faunas, and also… 

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