Homarus


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The American lobster Homarus americanus is a commercially important crustacean with a planktotrophic larval stage that can last for several weeks.
also report higher mortality rates in tank versus cage-held spiny lobsters Panulirus homarus (Linnaeus) and suggest that this may be due to higher levels of stress in tank held animals [37].
Physiological effects of petroleum hydrocarbons on larvae of the American lobster (Homarus americanus): hydrocarbon accumulation and interphase with lipid Metabolism.
Interestingly, research has shown that some species are able to recognize individuals that they have encountered in the recent past such as two species of hermit crabs [46-48], crab [49], mantis shrimp Gonodactylus festae [50, 51], lobsters Homarus americanus [52], and crayfish [53].
With: Brian Jannelle Adrian Guillette, Arthur Smith, Asterias Vulgaris, Callinectes Sapidus, Christopher Swampstead, Cleona Celata, Clyde Lee, Declan Conneely, Fulmaris Glacialis, Gadus Morhua, Hippoglossus Hippoglossus, Homarus Americanus, Johnny Gatcombe, Larus Marinus, Larus Argentatus Smithonianus.
Microstructure and crystallographic texture of the chitin protein network in the biological composite material of the exoskeleton of the lobster Homarus americanus.
The topics include basic crustacean and American lobster (Homarus americanus) anatomy and taxonomy, neurophysiology and cell biology, and a variety of aspects concerning the lobster fishery.
What are edible marine crustaceans of the genus Homarus better known as?
The study also found that the female Panulirus homarus (spiny lobster) has a comparatively faster growth rate than the male.
However, in Homarus americanus (Icely & Nott), the hepatopancreas is described as having three lobes, each one covered by an outer layer of connective tissue, on each side of the body (Factor & Naar, 1985).