- carapace regions
- (Order Decapoda):(a) antennal. Anterior marginal part bordering orbital region laterally, adjoining hepatic, pterygostomial, and occasionally also frontal regions.(b) anterolateral. Lateral part bordering subhepatic or hepatic regions.(c) branchial. Lateral part posterior to ptergostomial region, overlying branchiae; epibranchial, mesobranchial, and metabranchial lobes or areas sometimes distinguished.(d) cardiac. Median part posterior to cervical groove between urogastric and intestinal regions.(e) frontal. Anteromedian part including rostrum and region behind it.(f) gastric. Median part posterior to cervical groove and posterior to frontal region; sometimes epigastric, mesogastric, metagastric, protogastric, and urogastric (genital) areas distinguished.(g) hepatic. Part adjoining antennal, cardiac, and pterygostomial regions.(h) intestinal. Short traverse part posterior to cardiac region; sometimes referred to as posterior cardiac lobe.(i) jugal. See: pterygostomial region.(j) orbital. Part posterior to eyes bordered by frontal and antennal regions.(k) pterygostomial. Anterolateral part on ventral surface located on opposite sides of buccal cavity; Syn., jugal region, pterygostome.(l) subhepatic. Part on ventral surface below hepatic region, bounded by pterygostomial and suborbital regions.(m) suborbital. Part on anteroventral surface beneath orbit [McLaughlin, 1980].
Crustacea glossary. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. 2011.
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carapace region — Differentiated portion of decapod carapace surface distinguished in descriptions and used in classification named types: (a) antennal. Anterior marginal part of carapace bordering orbital region laterally and also touching hepatic, pterygostomial … Crustacea glossary
carapace groove — Furrow on surface of decapod, generally dorsal named types: a) antennal. Furrow on carapace extending backward from vicinity of antennal spine. b) branchiocardiac. Oblique furrow approximately in middle of posterior half of each side of carapace … Crustacea glossary
carapace grooves — (Order Decapoda): (a) antennal. Extending posteriorly from vicinity of antennal spine. (b) branchiocardiac. Oblique groove approximately in middle of posterior half on each side of carapace, separating branchial and cardiac regions and reaching… … Crustacea glossary
carapace carina — Narrow ridge on surface of carapace (cf. decapod carapace and stomatopod integumental ornamentation) [McLaughlin, 1980]. Narrow ridge variously located on surface of decapoda carapace named types: a) antennal. Narrow ridge extending backward from … Crustacea glossary
carapace — ( ) [Baba, 2005]. Entire animal, right appendages omitted, dorsal view, based on Munida. [Baba, 2005] ( ) [Baba, 2005]. Carapace, spines, based on Munida. [Baba, 2005] Head Shield cuticular structure arising from posterior margin of cephalon,… … Crustacea glossary
gastric region — See: carapace region f [Martin, 2005]. Large median area, in crab carapace, bounded behind by cervical suture, laterally by hepatic regions, and anteriorly by frontoorbital regions. Divisible into following subregions or lobes: epigastric,… … Crustacea glossary
hepatic region — See: carapace region g [Martin, 2005]. Paired anterolateral areas of the carapace bounded anteriorly by the antennal region, posteriorly by the branchial region, and mesially by the gastric region [Perez Farfante and Kensley, 1997]. Paired… … Crustacea glossary
branchial region — See: carapace region (c) [Martin, 2005]. See: carapace regions (c) [McLaughlin, 1980]. Area of the carapace overlying the branchial cavity [Perez Farfante and Kensley, 1997]. Paired regions of dorsal carapace between hepatic regions in front… … Crustacea glossary
orbital region — See: carapace region j [Martin, 2005]. Narrow space bordering upper margin of orbit; not always distinguishable [Williams, 1984]. One of two relatively narrow regions along anterior margin of carapace; corresponds to to point of projection of… … Crustacea glossary
cardiac region — See: carapace region d [Martin, 2005]. See: carapace regions d [McLaughlin, 1980]. Dorsolateral region of carapace bounded anteriorly by gastric region and laterally by branchial regions [Butler, T.H.]. The dorsomedian area on the carapace… … Crustacea glossary