Mictacea

Mictacea is an order of crustaceans, erected for six species of small shrimp-like animals of the deep sea and anchialine caves. Mictaceans have a brood pouch (marsupium) and biramous thoracic limbs, but lack a carapace. They have eyestalks but `no functioning visual elements`. ==History== The existence of animals resembling the Mictacea had been.....
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Mictacea

(from the article `crustacean`) ...covering part of second thoracic segment; 4 pairs of well-developed abdominal appendages; about 8 mm; cave-dwelling; South Africa; freshwater; 1 ... ...enclosing functional respiratory chamber; abdomen slender; pleopods lacking in female; marine, burrowing in sediments; about 800 species in 9 ... [2...
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