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Crustaceans (Crustacea), wood engravings, published in 1897 Featured Horseshoe Crab Print

Crustaceans (Crustacea), wood engravings, published in 1897

Crustaceans (Crustacea): 1) Cyclops with eggs; 2) Fish louse (Argulus foliaceus), bottom view; 3) Lepas; 4) Water flea (Daphnia); 5) Triops (Apus ); 6) Ostracod (Cypridina mediterranea); 7) Indo-Pacific horseshoe crab (Tachypleus gigas, or Limulus moluccanus); 8) European crayfish (Astacus astacus, or Astacus fluviatillis); 9) Squilla mantis; 10) Edible crab (Cancer pagurus); 11) Rough woodlouse (Porcellio scaber); 12) Freshwater shrimp (Gammarus pulex); 13) Whale louse (Cyamus). Wood engravings, published in 1897

Atlantic horseshoe crab and semipalmated sandpipers (Cal Featured Horseshoe Crab Print

Atlantic horseshoe crab and semipalmated sandpipers (Cal

Atlantic horseshoe crab and semipalmated sandpipers (Calidris pusilla), the crabs are coming ashore to breed at high tide and the birds are feeding on their eggs, Delaware bay, New Jersey Date

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Fossil of a sea scorpion, Eurypterus remipes Featured Horseshoe Crab Print

Fossil of a sea scorpion, Eurypterus remipes

Fossil of a sea scorpion, Eurypterus remipes, from the late Siliurian period (about 400 million years ago). Sea scorpions were aquatic arthropods which became extinct in the Permian period, approximately 225 million years ago. They were related to the horseshoe crabs and, more distantly, to the arachnids (spiders, scorpions, etc.). The body has two sections, a squarish cephalothorax (head) and a tapering opisthosoma (abdomen) composed of twelve segments, the final segment terminating in a large spine. The cephalo- thorax bears six pairs of appendages; the enlarged, flattened, flipper-like swimming legs are the only ones clearly visible here. Found in Fiddler's creek formation, Bertie Group, Passage Gulf, Cedarville, New York County, USA

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