Definition of Order Mysidacea

1. Noun. Opossum shrimp.

Exact synonyms: Mysidacea
Generic synonyms: Animal Order
Group relationships: Malacostraca, Subclass Malacostraca
Member holonyms: Family Mysidae, Mysidae



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Order Mysidacea

order Malvales
order Marattiales
order Marchantiales
order Marsupialia
order Mecoptera
order Moniliales
order Monotremata
order Mucorales
order Musales
order Myaceae
order Mycelia Sterilia
order Mycoplasmatales
order Mycrosporidia
order Myricales
order Myrtales
order Mysidacea (current term)
order Myxobacterales
order Myxobacteria
order Myxobacteriales
order Myxosporidia
order Naiadales
order Neuroptera
order Nidulariales
order Notostraca
order Nudibranchia
order Octopoda
order Odonata
order Oleales
order Ophioglossales
order Opiliones

Literary usage of Order Mysidacea

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Fresh-water Biology by Henry Baldwin Ward, George Chandler Whipple (1918)
"Pleopods more or less reduced and greatly different in the two sexes. Eggs carried in a brood pouch at the base of the thoracic legs. order Mysidacea. ..."

2. The Life of Inland Waters: An Elementary Text Book of Freshwater Biology for by James George Needham, John Thomas Lloyd (1915)
"97) is the sole representative of the most primitive of these groups, the order Mysidacea. Its thoracic appendages are all biramous and undifferentiated; ..."

3. The Life of Inland Waters: An Elementary Text Book of Freshwater Biology for by James George Needham, John Thomas Lloyd (1915)
"A female Cyclops, with eggs. tative of the most primitive of these groups, the order Mysidacea. Its thoracic appendages are all biramous and ..."

4. The Life of Inland Waters: An Elementary Text Book of Freshwater Biology for by James George Needham, John Thomas Lloyd (1915)
"97) is the sole representative of the most primitive of these groups, the order Mysidacea. Its thoracic appendages are all biramous and undifferentiated; ..."

5. Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission by United States Fish Commission (1906)
"... and Bay of Biscay, 237-1000 fathoms (Caiman ), and subtropical Atlantic between Gibraltar, Azores, and Canary Islands (Hansen). Order MYSIDACEA Boas. ..."

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