Mysis

[n] - type genus of the family Mysidae
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Mysis

My'sis noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... a closing of the lips or eyes.] (Zoology) A genus of small schizopod shrimps found both in fresh and salt water; the opossum shrimps. One species inhabits the Great Lakes of North America, and is largely eaten by the whitefish. The marine species form ...
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mysis

<zoology> A genus of small schizopod shrimps found both in fresh and salt water; the opossum shrimps. One species inhabits the Great Lakes of North America, and is largely eaten by the whitefish. The marine species form part of the food of right whales. ... Origin: NL, fr. Gr. A closing of the lips or eyes. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ......
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Mysis

genus Mysis noun type genus of the family Mysidae
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Mysis

• (n.) A genus of small schizopod shrimps found both in fresh and salt water; the opossum shrimps. One species inhabits the Great Lakes of North America, and is largely eaten by the whitefish. The marine species form part of the food of right whales.
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Mysis

Mysis is a genus of mysid crustaceans in the family Mysidae, distributed mainly in the coastal zone of the Arctic and high boreal seas. Several species also inhabit northern freshwater lakes and the brackish Caspian Sea. Fifteen species are recognized. Body lengths range from {convert|1|to|3|cm|1}. The freshwater taxa of the genus have been referr...
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