Approximately 30,000 species make up this Subphylum. Most are aquatic; of these, the majority are marine but some are found in fresh water. Members of the Subphylum include lobsters, crabs, crayfish, shrimp, copepods, barnacles, and several other...
Crustaceans form a large, diverse arthropod taxon which includes such familiar
animals as ... which is usually uniramous, the exception being in the Class
Malacostraca where the antennules may be ge...
Crustaceashrimps, crabs, lobsters, water fleas, and relatives ... and abdomen,
although the segments composing these tagmata differ among different Classes).
Subphylum Crustacea Tree of Life. ... Subphylum Crustacea Classification ...
Class. Subclass. Common Name. Class Branchiopoda, Phyllopoda, Brine shrimp
Mar 22, 2013 ... Any member of the subphylum Crustacea (phylum Arthropoda), a group of ... At
the other end of the scale, some of the water fleas (class ...
The most important classes of Crustacea are Branchiopoda, which includes the
brine shrimp; Maxillopoda, which includes the barnacles and copepods; ...
Sea-birds and octopuses are the most common predators of larger crustacea.
The sub-phylum Crustacea comprises ten classes of very diverse animals, some
Dec 4, 2007 ... Is Crustacea a Class or a Phylum (or something else)?. I was reading about
Copepods on Christopher Taylor's blog Catalogue of Organisms ...
Apr 14, 2011 ... Crustacea is sometimes considered a class or superclass rather than a
subphylum. ... Six classes of crustaceans are generally recognized:.
The crustaceans are a group of animals that belong to the class Crustacea in the
phylum Arthropoda (organisms with segmented bodies, jointed legs or wings, ...