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Pereiopods 1 (<b>chelipeds</b>) of extant  Axius  species.  1 .  Axius stirhynchus...
Published: 03 October 2017
Fig. 2 Pereiopods 1 (chelipeds) of extant Axius species. 1 . Axius stirhynchus Leach, 1815 ; modified after Ngoc-Ho (2003, Fig. 1). 2 . Axius armatus Smith, 1881 ; modified after Kensley (2001, Figs. 1 and 2). 3 . Axius serratus Stimpson, 1852 ; modified after Kensley (2001, Fig. 3
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Major <b>chelipeds</b> of fossil  Axius  species.  1 .  Axius hofstedtae  n. sp., ...
Published: 03 October 2017
Fig. 6 Major chelipeds of fossil Axius species. 1 . Axius hofstedtae n. sp., holotype MGUH 31573 (DK 822), major chela with close-up on armature of fingers (1b). 2 . Axius hofstedtae n. sp., paratype MGUH 31577 (DK 815), major chela with close-ups on armature of fingers (2b) and merus (2c
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Minor <b>chelipeds</b> of fossil  Axius  species.  1 .  Axius hofstedtae  n. sp., ...
Published: 03 October 2017
Fig. 7 Minor chelipeds of fossil Axius species. 1 . Axius hofstedtae n. sp., MGUH 31578, minor chela (1a = part, 1b = counterpart) with close-up on armature of fingers (1c). 2 . Axius hofstedtae n. sp., paratype MGUH 31577 (DK 815). 3 . Axius hofstedtae n. sp., paratype MGUH 31575 (DK
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2012
Journal of Paleontology (2012) 86 (4): 616-625.
...Matúš Hyžný; Fernando Muñiz A bstract Callianassids are among the most commonly found decapod crustacean fossils but their generic assignment is often difficult. Numerous cheliped remains have been found in the upper Miocene deposits of southwest Spain allowing description of a new species...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2012
Journal of Paleontology (2012) 86 (3): 425-441.
... has been referred to Palinuridae sp. Koryncheiros luopingensis exhibits a unique cheliped architecture and the second through fourth chelipeds are subchelate, an extremely rare configuration. Tridactylastacus sinensis also exhibits subchelate closures of pereiopods 2–4, but it bears a distinctive...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1984
Journal of Paleontology (1984) 58 (4): 1041-1045.
...Rodney M. Feldmann; William J. Zinsmeister Abstract Nearly complete right and left major chelipeds and fragments of a minor cheliped, collected from a glacial boulder near Mt. Discovery form the basis for description of a new species of anomuran decapod, Callianassa symmetrica. An Eocene age, based...
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Major <b>cheliped</b> merus in selected extant callichirine taxa.  1, 2 , Podocall...
Published: 01 July 2012
F igure 4 Major cheliped merus in selected extant callichirine taxa. 1, 2 , Podocallichirus masoomi ( Tirmizi, 1970 ), in lateral and dorsomesial view, respectively; after Sankolli (1971 , figs. 7b, d); 3 , Podocallichirus gilchristi ( Barnard, 1947 ), lateral view; after Sakai (1999 , fig
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Podocallichirus laepaensis n. sp., isolated major <b>cheliped</b> elements.  1 , r...
Published: 01 July 2012
F igure 5 Podocallichirus laepaensis n. sp., isolated major cheliped elements. 1 , right propodus, paratype CBG/CD/002; 2 , left propodus with the broken fixed finger, paratype CBG/CD/004; 3 , right fragmentary propodus articulated with dactylus, paratype CBG/CD/003; 4 , left carpus
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Figure  3 — Shinkaia katapsyxis  new species, <b>cheliped</b> elements.  1 , USNM ...
Published: 01 September 2008
Figure 3 — Shinkaia katapsyxis new species, cheliped elements. 1 , USNM 536294, paratype, outer surface of left chela with fixed finger and large spines on lower margin on fixed finger; 2 , USNM 536295, paratype, inner surface of right chela and fixed finger showing large, ovate cavity; 3
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Table  4 —Measurements (in mm) taken on the major, right <b>cheliped</b> of  Euphy...
Published: 01 March 2003
Table 4 —Measurements (in mm) taken on the major, right cheliped of Euphylax feldmanni n. sp. Lm = length of upper margin of manus; Hm = height of manus; Hf = height of fixed finger; Hmf = height of moveable finger; Lp = length of lower margin of manus and fixed finger; Ld = length of moveable
Journal Article
Published: 10 October 2017
Journal of Paleontology (2018) 92 (2): 170-182.
... minus telson, and partial chelipeds. Homarus is now known by two extant species ( H . americanus and H . gammarus ) and six fossil taxa, one of Early Cretaceous (Albian; H . benedeni ) and five of Cenozoic age ( H . hungaricus n. sp., H . klebsi , H . lehmanni , H . morrisi , and H . percyi ). The new...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 August 2017
PALAIOS (2017) 32 (8): 491-505.
... decapods, five had bryozoans growing attached to the cuticle of the hard outer surface of the exoskeleton of the host crabs and thus fouled while the host crab was potentially alive. Forty percent of the bryozoan colonies occurred on the host crab's dorsal carapace, and 60% were found on chelipeds...
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Series: Geological Society, London, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2016
DOI: 10.1144/SP434.6
EISBN: 9781862391581
... early Campanian B. mammillatus zone at Ivö Klack, both in the Kristianstad Basin of NE Skåne. Numerous, heavily calcified chelipeds were found within a restricted bed at Åsen that was rich in carbonate-cemented nodules. Based on the burrowing lifestyle of modern mud shrimps, we interpret these nodules...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 August 2005
PALAIOS (2005) 20 (4): 400-410.
... as a taphonomic reference standard. The surface crab remains (4.2 parts per m 2 ) displayed an anatomical bias: carapace and cheliped remains were more numerous than predicted, while leg remains were underrepresented. Crab remains often were disarticulated, but other alterations (bioerosion, dissolution...
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Figure  3 — Euphylax feldmanni  n. sp.  1,  Line drawing of the dorsal cara...
Published: 01 March 2003
Figure 3 — Euphylax feldmanni n. sp. 1, Line drawing of the dorsal carapace, illustrating position and orientation of measurements; 2, line drawing of the right, major cheliped, illustrating position and orientation of measurements
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Podocallichirus masoomi ( Tirmizi, 1970 ), Qeshm Island, Persian Gulf, Iran...
Published: 01 July 2012
F igure 3 Podocallichirus masoomi ( Tirmizi, 1970 ), Qeshm Island, Persian Gulf, Iran, deposited under number NHMW 24990. 1 , major left cheliped from lateral view; 2 , major left cheliped (merus and carpus) from mesial view. Note the shape of meral blade and tuberculation on both, lateral
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Koryncheiros luopingensis n. gen. n. sp. unwhitened specimens. 1–3, holotyp...
Published: 01 May 2012
F igure 2 Koryncheiros luopingensis n. gen. n. sp. unwhitened specimens. 1–3, holotype LPI–41793, entire animal, closeup of chelipeds, and pleonal somites; 4–5, paratype LPI–41171, entire animal, closeup of chelipeds; 6, paratype LPI–40503a, dorsal view of carapace with rostrum (R), cervical
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Feldmanniidae, Caloxanthus americanus  Rathbun, 1935 .  1 ,  3 , USNM 54369...
Published: 01 January 2012
carapace; 5 , left cheliped; 6 , ventral surface and left cheliped; 7 , USNM 543700, male sternum. Scale bars = 1 mm.
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Figure  4 —Living  C. clypeatus  carrying shell above the substrate. Double...
Published: 01 May 2003
Figure 4 —Living C. clypeatus carrying shell above the substrate. Double tracks on both the right and left sides made in moist sand as it traveled forward; no shell drag area is present. Interior width of trackway and impression of large cheliped within the interior are shown. The cheliped
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Tridactylastacus sinensis n. gen. n. sp. unwhitened specimens.  1, 2,  holo...
Published: 01 May 2012
F igure 4 Tridactylastacus sinensis n. gen. n. sp. unwhitened specimens. 1, 2, holotype LPI–40546, entire animal including chelipeds, pleon, and rounded pleurites and diaresis (D) of exopod of uropod, closeup of first pereiopods, antennae, and antennules; 3 , paratype LPI–41672, entire animal