Crustaceans form a very large, very diverse arthropod taxon which includes such
familiar .... and Cymothoa exigua, all of which may be referred to as "crustacean
lice"), and adult barnacle...
Most crustaceans live in the ocean or very close to it. Some crustaceans,
however, live in fresh water or terrestrial environments and can be found in
They belong to the phylum Arthropoda, as do insects, arachnids, and many other
... Most crustaceans live in the ocean, and are one of the pillars of the global ...
Information about crustaceans in Australia including their biology, anatomy,
behaviour, ... woodlice), some are parasitic (e.g. fish lice) and some do not move
(e.g. barnacles). ... Some are parasites and live attached to their hosts (e.g. fish
Crustaceans are bilaterally symmetrical and have exoskeletons (skeletons on the
outside of their body). Most are aquatic and breathe through gills. Many live in ...
Most live in the ocean, or along the shore. Some crustaceans, such as wood lice,
have adapted to life on land.
Crustaceans are arthropods , related to insects and myriapods. ... Only a few
crustacean groups have evolved the ability to live on land, and like amphibians, ...
Jun 12, 2006 ... Crustaceans live in the sea, rivers, lakes and on land. There are at least 67,000 ...
How do crustaceans grow? As crustaceans' bodies grow ...
But in spite of their impressive armor and fierce weaponry, the crustaceans do
occasionally meet their match. The teeth of the triggerfish and the beak of the ...
The Decapoda is an order of crustaceans which contains all the familiar species
such as ... Decapod crustaceans,; Decapoda,; Decapods ... Live 'n' Deadly.