A small crustacean having a laterally compressed (i.e. right and left sides are close together) body.
(AM-fuh-pod) - any of a scientific group of small aquatic invertebrates; related to crabs and shrimp.
A crustacean of the order Amphipoda, including the sand fleas and beach hoppers. There are 3,000 species of amphipods.
Small crustaceans of the group Amphipoda , including beach fleas and sand hoppers.
laterally compressed, planktonic or benthic crustaceans
A shrimp-like crustacean, little difference between the thoracic and abdominal body segments, the heart and gills inside the thorax rather than the abdomen, no carapace, and usually with a laterally compressed body (including whale lice and the skeleton shrimp).
a kind of malacostracan crustacean
small crustaceans that usually live along the coastline or on the seafloor. They are a major component of the benthic community.
Small crustaceans living in or next to the water, including sand fleas and whale lice.
an omnivorous member of a group of small crustaceans that includes shrimp, sea lice and sand fleas; a source of food for gray whales
A small, shrimp-like crustacean that is a food source for many whale
A small crustacean (an aquatic animal that usually has a segmented body, exoskeleton, and jointed limbs) of the order Amphipoda, such as the beach flea, that has a laterally compressed body with no carapace (a protective shell-like covering).
A type of invertebrate that is a food source for some whales.
Amphipod - Any crustacean belonging to the order Amphipoda, characterized by fixed eyes and lack of a carapace.
any member of the Order Amphipoda; small, laterally compressed crustaceans; includes whale lice and beach fleas
A small crustacean of the order Amphipoda, having a laterally compressed body with no outer shell.
any of the various small aquatic hard-shelled animals, such as the lobster, shrimp, and crab
Shrimp-like crustacean that is a food source for some whales.