- Lacunar system extending throughout much of body, filled by blood [Moore and McCormick, 1969].Lacunar system extending throughout much of body, filled with blood [McLaughlin, 1980].The extensive spaces of an arthropod's body through which hemolymph circulates [Bliss, 1982].(Order Anostraca):Body cavity through which blood circulates; separated from pericardial sinus by pericardial septum. (Syn. hemocoele) [Stachowitsch, 1992].
Crustacea glossary. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. 2011.
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