Definition of Lithodidae. Meaning of Lithodidae. Synonyms of Lithodidae

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- Pole". BBC News. "King Crab 101". Fisherman's Express. 2000. Media related to Lithodidae at Wikimedia Commons Data related to Lithodidae at Wikispecies...
- Stone crab may refer to: The Florida stone crab, Menippe mercenaria King crabs, crustaceans of the family Lithodidae Stone crab, Myomenippe hardwicki...
- Crustacea Cl****: Malacostraca Order: Decapoda Infraorder: Anomura Family: Lithodidae Genus: Paralithodes Species: P. camtschaticus Binomial name Paralithodes...
- support the longstanding hypothesis that the king crabs in the family Lithodidae are derived hermit crabs and should be cl****ified as a family within Paguroidea...
- Crustacea Cl****: Malacostraca Order: Decapoda Infraorder: Anomura Family: Lithodidae Genus: Lopholithodes Species: L. foraminatus Binomial name Lopholithodes...
- grimaldii, the porcupine crab, is a species of king crab in the family Lithodidae. It is found on the continental slope in waters deeper than 900 m (3,000 ft)...
- waters. Sally Hall & Sven Thatje (2009). "Four new species of the family Lithodidae (Decapoda: Anomura) from the collections of the National Museum of Natural...
- Physiological responses of the southern king crab, Lithodes santolla (Decapoda: Lithodidae), to aerial exposure. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A, 166(4)...
- carcinisation – the development of a crab-like body form. Thus, the king crabs (Lithodidae), porcelain crabs (Porcellanidae) and hairy stone crab (Lomisidae) are...
- Crustacea Cl****: Malacostraca Order: Decapoda Infraorder: Anomura Family: Lithodidae Genus: Paralithodes Species: P. californiensis Binomial name Paralithodes...
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