An animal belonging to the class Crustacea.
An arthropod of the phylum Crustacea, crustaceans have a hard shell and are usually aquatic. (lobsters, crabs, and shrimp are crustaceans)
Aquatic arthropods including lobsters, crabs, shrimps, and barnacles, characteristically having a segmented body, a hard exoskeleton, and paired, jointed limbs.
A class of arthropod with 10 jointed legs, antennae, and a hard exoskeleton. Crustaceans are primarily aquatic organisms. Examples includes lobsters, crabs, shrimps, and copepods.
a class of arthropods including lobsters, crabs, shrimps, barnacles, etc.
a natural group of animals with hard shells
member of the phylum Arthropoda, invertebrate animals with a tough external skin. These include crayfish, shrimps and water fleas such as Daphnia and Cyclops. Copepods(ex. Anchor worm) and brachiurans (ex. Fish louse) are 2 groups of crustaceans that cause fish diseases.
animals with jointed exoskeletons, such as crayfish, shrimp, crabs, beach fleas, woodlice etc.
A class of invertebrates, including crabs, lobsters and shrimp, that have a segmented body, a hard external skeleton (exoskeleton), two sets of antennae and one pair of legs per body segment.
Animals such as crabs, prawns and shrimps which generally have a hard shell
crust-ay-shun Arthropod with chalky shell and 5-7 pairs of legs (e.g. lobster).
An arthropod of the class Crustacea. An aquatic creature with compound eyes, two pairs of antennae and one pair of mandibles. It is represented by lobsters, crayfish, crabs, shrimp, and the shrimp-like, but much smaller, amphipoda.
crust-ation Any arthropod of the subphylum Crustacea, having a hard shell and numerous legs, and usually aquatic, e.g. the crab, lobster and shrimp.
An arthropod with five pairs of appendages on the head (including two pairs of antennae for sensing of the environment, a pair of mandibles for manipulating food, and two pairs maxillae for feeding), and separate thoracic and abdominal areas (often with visible segments in each) with appendages attached to each body segment (including decapods, copepods, amphipods, and many other forms).
Like a crab or shrimp, they come from the sea.
Any member of a taxonomic group of animals which includes crabs, beach hoppers, pill bugs and shrimps.
any mainly aquatic arthropod usually having a segmented body and chitinous exoskeleton
of or belonging to the class Crustacea
an invertebrate animal that has many legs and a hard external shell
a type of arthropod and an invertebrate with a hard external shell
The group of animals having a hard shell and joint body parts; crabs or shrimp.
Any of a large class (Crustacea) of mostly aquatic mandibulate arthropods that have a chitinous or calcareous and chitinous exoskeleton, a pair of often modified appendages on each segment, and two pairs of antennae; includes lobsters, shrimps, crabs, wood lice, water fleas, and barnacles.
An animal with several pairs of jointed legs, a hard protective outer shell, two pairs of antennae, and eyes at the ends of stalks. Lobsters, crabs, shrimps, crayfish, waterfleas, barnacles, and woodlice are crustaceans.
Animals that wear a segmented shell and have segmented legs are arthropods, such as insects and crustaceans. Crustaceans are arthropods that live in the water and breathe by gills, such as lobsters, barnacles, crabs, and shrimps.
an arthropod animal, with jointed feet and mandibles, two pairs of antennae, and a jointed, chitin-encased body.
A creature, such as a lobster, shrimp or crab that has no backbone, a hard outer shell, and usually lives in the water.
an organism belonging to the class Arthropoda, which includes crabs and lobsters.
Invertebrate animals with many jointed legs and a hard external shell, such as crawfish, shrimp, softshell crabs, and prawns.
Any member of the Arthropod class, Crustacea, which includes shrimp, crabs, barnacles, and lobsters.
any of a large class (Crustacea) of mostly aquatic arthropods that have two body divisions, two pairs of antennae, one pair of appendages per body segment, and gills. Included in the group are water fleas, shrimps, and crayfish.
small animals such as shrimp, crabs, and barnacles which usually live in the water and breathe through gills. They have a hard outer shell and legs with joints.
An animal whose body is protected by an outer shell, for example a crab or a lobster (think "crusty")
the Class of arthropods which include shrimp, lobsters, and crabs
animal, usually aquatic, with two pairs of antennae on the head, jointed legs and a hard shell.
Creatures in the family with exoskeletons and jointed legs, including lobster, shrimp, crayfish
Primarily aquatic arthropod of Subphylum Crustacea; includes crabs, isopods, krill, and barnacles
animals like crabs, lobsters or shrimp that have segmented bodies with a hard protective shell
Major group of animals, including crabs, shrimps, prawns, lobsters and crayfish; invertebrate organisms whose members have a hard outer skeleton, and occurring in marine and fresh waters and on land; belonging to the phylum Crustacea; aquatic arthropods that typically have a body covered with a hard shell, including lobsters, shrimps, crabs, etc.
Member of a class of mostly aquatic invertebrates that are food for many marine mammals.
an animal that lives mostly in water such our hermit crab. They have a hard outer shell or covering.
A mainly aquatic animal with a segmented body and outer shell such as crabs and shrimp.
any hard-shelled covered body animal, such as the lobster, shrimp, and crab
a class of arthropod animals having jointed feet and mandibles, two pairs of antennae, and segmented, chitin-encased bodies
an aquatic macroinvertebrate of the phylum Arthropoda, class Crustacea; includes crayfish and crabs. They have more than three pairs of legs and two pairs of antennae.
(kruh - stay- shun) Crustaceans are aquatic arthropods that are characterized by a segmented body, chitinous exoskeleton, and paired, jointed limbs. Lobsters, crabs, and shrimp are all crustaceans. Horseshoe crabs are not crustaceans ñ they have their own class grouping ñ Merostomata.
A group of freshwater and salt-water animals having no backbone, with jointed legs and a hard shell made of chitin. Includes shrimp, crabs, lobsters, and crayfish.
Arthropods, mainly aquatic, that have a hard chitinous or calcareous exoskeleton. Often have several pairs of appendages and a pair of antennae. Crabs, lobsters, and barnacles belong the this class
Crustaceans are mostly free-swimming aquatic species of creatures that breathe by means of gills. They often develop through several juvenile stages before becoming adults. In the context of the garden pond, they are mostly pests, although those like daphnia provide live fish food.
Any of a class of arthropods, including shrimps, crabs, barnacles, and lobsters, that usually live in the water and breathe through gills; they have a hard outer shell and jointed appendages.
Aquatic animals such as: crayfish, shrimp, crabs, and lobsters have an exoskeleton and jointed legs.
Hard shelled marine animal (eg. Crabs and Lobster)
An invertebrate animal with a hard shell and many jointed legs. Prawns, crabs, lobsters and crayfish are crustaceans.
An aquatic arthropod with an exosk...
a group of arthropods, predominantly marine, with calcium carbonate in the cuticle, primitively 2-branched limbs, and unique segmentation patterns. They include pillbugs, crabs, shrimp, krill, brine shrimp (sea monkeys) and daphnia (water fleas).
An arthropod characterized by two pairs of antenna-like appendages forward of the mouth and three pairs behind it, including shrimps, crabs, and lobsters [LCOTE
a shellfish, for instance, shrimp, lobster, crab, crayfish.
a class of arthropods; mainly aquatic with two pairs of antennae, one pair of mandibles, paired limbs; includes shrimp, crabs, waterfleas, etc.
The crustaceans (Crustacea) are a large group of arthropods, comprising approximately 52,000 described species , and are usually treated as a subphylum .They include various familiar animals, such as lobsters, crabs, shrimp, crayfish and barnacles. The majority are aquatic, living in either fresh water or marine environments, but a few groups have adapted to terrestrial life, such as terrestrial crabs, terrestrial hermit crabs and woodlice. The majority are motile, moving about independently, although a few taxa are parasitic and live attached to their hosts (including sea lice, fish lice, whale lice, tongue worms, and Cymothoa exigua, all of which may be referred to as "crustacean lice"), and adult barnacles live a sessile life - they are attached head-first to the substrate and cannot move independently.