Amphipod

• (a.) Alt. of Amphipodan • (n.) One of the Amphipoda.
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amphipod

(Gk: amphi both; podos foot) a small crustacean with sideways compressed abdomen and two kind of limb, like sand-hoppers. Common in sediments and seaweeds.
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amphipod

noun a kind of malacostracan crustacean
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Amphipod

Am'phi·pod noun (Zoology) One of the Amphipoda.
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Amphipod

a group of small crustaceans that belong to the order Amphipoda.
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Amphipod

A small, shrimp-like crustacean that is a food source for many whales
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amphipod

amphipod 1. Any of numerous small, flat-bodied crustaceans of the group Amphipoda, including the beach fleas, sand hoppers, etc. 2. A small crustacean of the order Amphipoda; such as, the beach flea, having a laterally compressed body with no carapace.
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Amphipod

An animal belonging to the order (Amphipoda) of small crustaceans (such as a sand flea) having a thin, flattened body.
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amphipod

an omnivorous member of a group of small crustaceans that includes shrimp, sea lice and sand fleas; a source of food for gray whales
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amphipod

any member of the invertebrate order Amphipoda (class Crustacea) inhabiting all parts of the sea, lakes, rivers, sand beaches, caves, and moist ... [6 related articles]
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Amphipod

Shrimp-like crustacean that is a food source for some whales.
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Amphipod

Small crustaceans living in or next to the water, including sand fleas and whale lice.
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Amphipod

small crustaceans that usually live along the coastline or on the seafloor. They are a major component of the benthic community.
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amphipod

Typical amphipod showing the main divisions of the body: head (red), thorax (yellow), and abdomen (brown). The first two pairs of thoracic legs (purple), the gnathopods, assist feeding and are used by males during copulation. The first three pairs of abdominal legs (blue) create a water current whic...
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amphipod

[n] - a kind of malacostracan crustacean
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