The crayfish and freshwater shrimp belonging to the order Decapoda are among the largest of Indiana's aquatic invertebrates.
Relative Taxa Range abundance Order Decapoda Family Palaemonidae (freshwater shrimp) Macrobrachium ohione (Smith), Ohio S R shrimp Palaemonetes kadiakensis Rathbun, I C Mississippi grass shrimp Family Cambaridae (crayfish) Genus Procambarus Subgenus Girardiella P.
94 Order Decapoda
- infraorder Anomura -- Phylum Annelida: * Class Polychaeta 0.
Phylum or Subphylum Crustacea, Class Malacostraca, Order Decapoda
Brachyuran crabs belong to the Order Decapoda
, the most diverse group of crustaceans alive today.
Systematic Paleontology Order Decapoda
Latreille, 1802 Suborder Dendrobranchiata Bate, 1888 Superfamily Penaeoidea Rafinesque, 1815 Family Penaeidae Rafinesque, 1815
Like many crustaceans of the order Decapoda
, the females incubate their eggs on pleopods on the abdomen until hatching.