Phyllosoma

The phyllosoma is the larval stage of spiny, slipper and coral lobsters (Palinuridae, Scyllaridae and Synaxidae), and represents one of the most significant characteristics that unify them into the taxon Achelata. Its body is remarkably thin, flat, and transparent, with long legs. The phyllosoma stage may last several years, during this time the l...
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Phyllosoma

• (n.) The larva of the spiny lobsters (Palinurus and allied genera). Its body is remarkably thin, flat, and transparent; the legs are very long. Called also glass-crab, and glass-shrimp.
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phyllosoma

(Gk: phyllon leaf; soma body; leaf-bodied) the second and subsequent larval stages of a crayfish when it looks like a leaf rather than a crayfish.
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Phyllosoma

Phyl`lo·so'ma noun [ New Latin See Phyllo- , and -some body.] (Zoology) The larva of the spiny lobsters ( Palinurus and allied genera). Its body is remarkably thin, flat, and transparent; the legs are very long. Called also glass-crab , and glass- shrimp
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