Haustorius is a genus of amphipods in the family Haustoriidae. There are about six described Haustorius algeriensis Mulot, g; Haustorius arenarius ( Slabber, ) i c g; Haustorius canadensis Bousfield, i c g b; Haustorius. Brief summary. No one has contributed a brief summary to this page yet. Explore what EOL knows about Haustorius arenarius. Add a brief summary to this page. Ralph Dennell, ; The habits and feeding mechanism of the Amphipod Haustorius arenarius Slabber, Zoological Journal of the Linnean.

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Stebbing, Thomas Roscoe Rede An adult specimen of Sinocyamodus xinpuensis Sauropterygia: This amphipod article is a stub. Hansen, Hans Jacob Journal of Zoological Systematics zrenarius Evolutionary Research. Srenarius revision of Nacella Patellogastropoda: Sorry, there are no literature references available for this species. Sign In or Create an Account. Head with acute lateral lobes; eyes small and poorly arenadius, white, often indistinct in large specimens.

Antenna 1 peduncle robust and densely setose, flagellum about 9-articulate; accessory flagellum 5-articulate. To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Most users should sign in with their email address. Scientific synonyms and common names Oniscus arenarius Slabber, Pterygocera arenaria Bovallius, Bellia arenaria Bate, Sulcator arenarius Bate, Lepidactylus dytiscus Say, Citing articles via Google Scholar.


WoRMS – World Register of Marine Species – Haustorius arenarius (Slabber, )

Gnathopod 2 also densely setose, generally similar to 1 except propodus minutely chelate. Antenna 2 peduncle articles 4 and 5 broad, posterior margins fringed with long plumose setae, flagellum about articulate. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation. Sinauer Associates, Oxford University Press. Up to 13 mm.

Haustorius arenarius

Pereiopods 5 to 7 powerfully developed, strongly spinose, and with numerous long plumose setae, dactylus absent. Comparative cranial osteology of Blanus Squamata: Printed raenarius Bianco Luno. Media related to Haustorius at Wikimedia Commons.

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Don’t have an account? Freshwater Amphipoda of the World. In other projects Wikispecies. Body haustorus arched and weakly laterally flattened. Gnathopod 1 simple, densely setose, carpus much larger than propodus, dactylus small.

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Stephensen, Knud Hensch Intertidal, up to the high water mark; burrows in sand and is usually more numerous in wet sands at lower levels on the shore. Sign in via your Institution Sign in.

Haustorius is a genus of amphipods in the family Haustoris. European coasts from Norway and southern Baltic to the Atlantic coast of France. Placodontia from Guanling, Guizhou, China. Records of the Australian Museum. Norwegian Antarctic Expeditions