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(Felgenhauer et al., 1992). Evidence obtained during cave dives suggests that they also feed on dead cave fish (J. Yager, pers. comm.) but they have also been reported to feed on living animals (Schram, 1986; Schram & Lewis, 1989). Remipedia share their habitat with other crustaceans, such as ostracodes and a

In: Treatise on Zoology - Anatomy, Taxonomy, Biology. The Crustacea, Volume 3

prehistoric creatures fill the bookshelves at an almost alarming rate, it is certainly good to see a new publication devoted entirely to fossils of invertebrates, which far outnumber those of vertebrates anyway! The present book sets out to ‘highlight the appreciation of fossils as the remains of once living

In: Crustaceana

), hydrology, geomorphology and interactions between physical and biological factors became better understood. To bring structure and function in a unifying framework is a hard but challenging aim. In the increasingly vast mass of scientists motivated to write a book, I welcome any ecological contribution in

In: Crustaceana

), hydrology, geomorphology and interactions between physical and biological factors became better undcrstood. To bring structure and function in a unifying framework is a hard but challenging aim. In the increasingly vast mass of scientists motivated to write a book, I welcome any ecological contribution in

In: Crustaceana

. Remembering him is not only a way to honour his qualities as a scientist and as a simple human being, but also to transmit to readers an idea of how important it is for a scientist to have incorporated in his every-day life the common-sense of friendly communication with his colleagues and/or with his

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process of niche construction, thus handing down a substantially different shell as an ecological inheritance (Laidre, 2012a; see also Odling-Smee et al., 2003 for a general review of niche construction). These remodeled shells appear to be better suited for crabs’ life on land, strongly raising a crab

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et al., 2005) and the Lessepsian Province, according to Por (1983, 1990). In effect, this makes the marine life in the Sardinian Channel of great interest from a zoogeographical point of view, but also means that it is exposed to colonization by exotic invaders (Zenetos et al., 2005) originating from

In: Crustaceana

TABLE I (continued) Specific examples of crayfish introductions: Procambarus (Scapulicambarus) clarkii (Girard) Procambarus clarkii, native to the southcentral United States and northeastern Mexico (Hobbs, 1972) and a large, prolific, aggressive species, is a tertiary burrower and well adapted to life

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, Brown et al. (1991: 91) suggest that ‘significant numbers of [coconut] crabs may recruit only every five to ten years’. In addition, estimates of the crabs living longer than 100 years (Drew et al., 2013), a life span that would allow them to reach a considerable size, provide further support for the

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, thus motivating a deeper analysis. Specimens were prepared, dissected and examined following Reid & Williamson (2001) and Reid ( 2003 ). Dissected specimens/appendages were mounted in semi-permanent slides with glycerine sealed with Entellan ® , a commercial, fast-drying mounting medium and sealant

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