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- best-studied Vargula. Some species currently within Vargula (e.g. Vargula tsujii) may be split into their own genus. "Cypridina (Vargula) Skogsberg, 1920"...
- Vargula hilgendorfii, sometimes called the sea-firefly and one of three bioluminescent species known in ****an as umi-hotaru (海蛍), is a species of ostracod...
- Vargula tsujii is a bioluminescent cypridinid ostracod found in southern California. It feeds on dead and decaying fish and invertebrates. Vargula tsujii...
- in MedScape "Charlton T. Lewis, Charles Short, A Latin Dictionary, V , Vargŭla , vārus". www.****us.tufts.edu. Retrieved 2020-06-05. Canale & Beaty:...
- rough-skinned newt prey upon certain ostracods. Some ostracods, such as Vargula hilgendorfii, have a light organ in which they produce luminescent chemicals...
- artificial island, Umihotaru (海ほたる, Umi-hotaru, "sea firefly," referring to Vargula hilgendorfii), marks the transition between the bridge and tunnel segments...
- organs from bioluminescent ostracods, including Cypridina noctiluca or Vargula hilgendorfii. Kleptoplasty Bessho-Uehara, Manabu; Yamamoto, Naoyuki; Shigenobu...
- among the most well-known members of the class Ostracoda (together with Vargula hilgendorfii). Its members are extremely large for ostracods, measuring...
- be the first to obtain crystalline luciferin. He used the sea firefly Vargula hilgendorfii, but it was another ten years before he discovered the chemical's...
- Cypridina luciferin, or Vargula luciferin, is the luciferin found in the ostracod Cypridina hilgendorfii, also named Vargula hilgendorfii. These bottom...