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The crustaceans (Crustacea) are a large group of arthropods (55,000 species), usually treated as a subphylum. They include various familiar animals, such as lobsters, crabs, shrimp and barnacles. They are variously found in marine and freshwater, with a few terrestrial members (such as woodlice).

Crustaceans have 3 distinct body parts: head, thorax, and abdomen. They have two pairs of antennae on the head, compound eyes, three pairs of mouthparts and a telson. Smaller crustaceans respire through their body surface by diffusion and larger crustaceans respire with gills. Crustaceans typically have a thick carapace on the dorsal side of their body. Their appendages are typically biramous, including the second pair of antennae (but not the first).

Most crustaceans have separate sexes and are distinguished by appendages on the abdomen called swimmerets. The first (and sometimes the second) pair of swimmerets are larger on the male than on the female. Terrestrial crabs mate seasonally and return to the sea to breed. Female crabs' eggs are retained by the females until they hatch. The eggs hatch into free-swimming larvae.

Although crustaceans are rarer as fossils than trilobites are, a number of different types of crustaceans are common in the rocks of the Cretaceous period as well as those of the Caenozoic era. Most of the smaller crustaceans, such as shrimp, have an exoskeleton which is somewhat delicate and for this reason their fossil record is incomplete. However, crustaceans such as crabs and lobsters have a thicker exoskeleton which is reinforced with calcium carbonate and so their fossil record is much better. The fossil record of barnacles is scarce and little is known of their history prior to the Mesozoic era. Well preserved specimens are known from the rocks of the Cretaceous period and the Caenozoic era.

The most well known crustaceans, the malacostraca (crabs, lobsters, crayfish, shrimp), although widespread today are only found sporadically as fossils. Most of the known fossil crabs are of forms which lived on the sea-floor or in a reef environment. In rocks such as the Gault clay from the Cretaceous period and the London clay from the Eocene period in England fossil crabs may be found. The 'Lobster Bed' of the Greensand formation from the Cretaceous period which occurs at Atherfield on the Isle of Wight in England contains many well preserved examples of the small lobster Mecochirus magna. The lithographic limestones from the Jurassic period of Solnhofen in Germany have long been famed for the many exceptionally preserved crabs, lobsters and shrimp fossils they have yielded (such as Aeger, Eryon, and Pseudastacus).
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VIDEO CLIPS
Lobster
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Spiny Lobster
Lobster
5.714MB  MOV  View Movie
Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Spanish Lobster
Lobster
5.015MB  MOV  View Movie
Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A Spiny Lobster (Panularis argus) moves into it's defensive posture (Note the tail - the arthropod is protecting it's soft underside).
Lobster
5.141MB  MOV  View Movie
Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A wonderful spiny lobster close-up in a seagrass bed (Thalassia testudinum). Note the defensive posture!
Lobster
6.141MB  MOV  View Movie
Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Several Spiny Lobster in the open at Molasses Reef
Lobster
6.518MB  MOV  View Movie
Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
A Potpourri of Organisms on the Night Dive including Grunts, lobster, a sea urchin (Meoma ventricosa),a sleeping parrot fish and a shrimp.
Goose barnacle
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BBC Nature: Wildfacts
Goose barnacle Video
Crawfish
1.435MB  MOV  View Movie
Tropical Ecosystems of Costa Rica and Panama (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
An Amazing Blue Crawfish near the San Pedrillo entrance, Corcovado National Park.
Shrimp
9.663MB  MOV  View Movie
Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Cleaning Shrimp await at their stations
Shrimp
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Tropical Marine Ecology Page (R. Hays Cummins, Miami University)
Cleaning Shrimp await at their stations
Mantis Shrimp
Streaming  RAM  View Movie
PBS - Nova
Mantis shrimp. First seen scuttling to its hole, the shrimp then leaps out and grabs an unwary fish.
Daphnia
9.876MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
The pulsating intestine is easily viewed in this specimen and the heart can be seen fluttering (near the head, along the organism's "back" and just behind the intestine); under oblique illumination
Daphnia
17.926MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A daphnia waves its extended appendages to create currents for filter feeding -- the fluttering organ alongside its "back" is the heart
Macrothrix
13.311MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
An up close and personal look at this translucent crustacean shows the intimate details of its inner life; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 200x
Nauplius
4.967MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
A close-up of a translucent nauplius as it scampers across the microscope field; under darkfield illumination at a magnification of 200x
Nauplius
16.286MB  MPEG  View Movie
Nikon Microscopy U
Its single eyespot and three pairs of appendages are easy to see in this slow-swimming nauplius
Barnacle
Streaming  RM  View Movie
PBS
Bisexual Barnacles
Crab
2.812MB  MOV  View Movie
NOAA
This video was taken in deep water along the Galapagos Rift. Even in the harsh environment of the deep ocean, life is still visible.
Alvinocarid Shrimp
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NOAA
Alvinocarid shrimp hover under a ledge composed of mud and gas hydrate on the Blake Ridge.
Sally Lightfoot Crab
2.023MB  MOV  View Movie
Fisheye View Cam
Close up view of a Sally Lightfoot Crab
Porcelain Crab
4.549MB  MOV  View Movie
Fisheye View Cam
Porcelin Crab Filter Feeds
lobster
1.658MB  WMV  View Movie
California VideoDiver
"16 seconds of a lobster running around. See our Honduras travel page for more pictures".
Crab
0.432MB  MOV  View Movie
baylink.org
Crab video
crab
0.301MB  MOV  View Movie
baylink.org
Crevalle Jack video
Fiddler Crab
0.432MB  MOV  View Movie
baylink.org
Fiddler Crab video
Crab
1.179MB  MOV  View Movie
baylink.org
Harvesting Crabs video
Masked crab
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Arkive.org
Nice selection of Masked crab video clips available in various formats
Common lobster
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Arkive.org
Nice selection of Common lobster video clips available in various formats
Sand hopper
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Arkive.org
Nice selection of Sand hopper video clips available in various formats
Freshwater white-clawed crayfish
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Arkive.org
Nice selection of Freshwater white-clawed crayfish video clips available in various formats
Tadpole shrimp
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Arkive.org
Nice selection of Tadpole shrimp video clips available in various formats
Spiny Lobster
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Nautilus Productions
Spiny Lobster Video Clip
Green Crab
8.710MB  MOV  View Movie
Australia Advances - CSIRO Publishing
Find out why this crab is a menace. "The Green crab has very strong claws and is very well adapted to crushing the shellfish".
Atlantic Marsh Fiddler Crab
0.545MB  AVI  View Movie
Pelotes Island Nature Preserve
A close up video of Atlantic Marsh Fiddler Crab walking
Red Rock Crab
0.646MB  AVI  View Movie
California VideoDiver
Seven second clip of a male Red rock crab, Cancer productus. Close up shot of this crab
Crab
0.380MB  MPG  View Movie
jellitot.com
Crab - Farne Islands
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