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- Carcinus (Gr****: Καρκίνος Karkinos) is a genus of crabs, which includes Carcinus maenas, an important invasive species, and C. aestuarii, a species endemic...
- Carcinus maenas is a common littoral crab. It is known by different names around the world. In the British Isles, it is generally referred to as the s****...
- name of pitu. M. carcinus is omnivorous, with a diet consisting of molluscs, small fish, algae, leaf litter and insects. M. carcinus has a tan or yellow...
- Carcinus aestuarii is a littoral crab, native to the Mediterranean Sea. Carcinus aestuarii bears some similarities to Carcinus maenas and was sometimes...
- was followed by Hipparchus and Ptolemy. The Alfonsine tables called it Carcinus, a Latinized form of the Gr**** word. Eratosthenes extended this as Καρκινος...
- Carcinus (Gr****: Καρκίνος) was an Ancient Gr**** tragedian, and was a member of a family including Xenocles (a father or uncle) and his grandfather Carcinus...
- interpolated to find time of crossing 0°, 30°.... Atsma, Aaron J. (c. 2015). "CARCINUS : Giant crab of Lerna". Theoi Project. Retrieved December 29, 2016. Battistini...
- Macrobrachium Macrobrachium ohione, the Ohio River shrimp Macrobrachium carcinus, sometimes called the American giant freshwater prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii...
- describing, along with his father, Carcinus of Agrigentum, three brothers and a member of the third generation (also called Carcinus), "a whole potful of tragic...
- including breathing tubes (see insect and mollusc siphons) and gills (Carcinus). However as invertebrate life evolved in an aquatic habitat most have...
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