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barnacle [ imenica {životinja} ]
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Marine crustaceans with feathery food-catching appendages; free-swimming as larvae; as adults form a hard shell and live attached to submerged surfaces; SYN. cerriped, cerripede.
Marine crustacean of the subclass Cirripedia. The larval form is free-swimming, but when mature, it fixes itself by the head to rock or floating wood. The animal then remains attached, enclosed in a shell through which the cirri (modified legs) protrude to sweep food into the mouth. Barnacles include the stalked goose barnacle Lepas anatifera found on ships’ bottoms, and the acorn barnacles, such as Balanus balanoides, common on rocks.

cirriped [ imenica {životinja} ]
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Barnacle or other parasitic crustacean; parasitic marine crustacean, as barnacle.

cirripede [ imenica ]
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crab [ imenica {životinja} ]
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ETYM AS. crabba; akin to Dutch krab, German krabbe, krebs, Icel. krabbi, Swed. krabba, Dan. krabbe, and perh. to Eng. cramp. Related to Crawfish.
Any decapod (ten-legged) crustacean of the division Brachyura, with a broad, rather round, upper body shell (carapace) and a small abdomen tucked beneath the body. Crabs are related to lobsters and crayfish. Mainly marine, some crabs live in fresh water or on land. They are alert carnivores and scavengers. They have a typical sideways walk, and strong pincers on the first pair of legs, the other four pairs being used for walking. Periodically, the outer shell is cast to allow for growth. The name “crab” is sometimes used for similar arthropods, such as the horseshoe crab, which is neither a true crab nor a crustacean.
There are many species of true crabs worldwide. The North American blue crab Callinectes sapidus, called the soft-shelled crab after molting, is about cm/6 in wide. It is extensively fished along the Atlantic and Gulf coasts. Other true crabs include fiddler crabs (Uca), the males of which have one enlarged claw to wave at and attract females, and spider crabs, with small bodies and very long legs, including the Japanese spider crab Macrocheira kaemperi with a leg span of 3.4 m/ft. Hermit crabs (division Anomura) have a soft, spirally twisted abdomen and make their homes in empty shells of sea snails for protection.
Some tropical hermit crabs are found a considerable distance from the sea. The robber crab Birgus latro grows large enough to climb palm trees and feed on coconuts.
Decapod crustacean having eyes on short stalks and a broad flattened carapace with a small abdomen folded under the thorax and pincers.
The edible flesh of any of various crabs; SYN. crabmeat.

crab-fish [ imenica ]
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lobster [ imenica {životinja} ]
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ETYM AS. loppestre, lopystre prob., corrupted from Latin locusta a marine shellfish, a kind of lobster, a locust. Related to Locust.
Any of several edible marine crustaceans of the families Homaridae and Nephropsidae and Palinuridae.
Flesh of a lobster.
Large marine crustacean of the order Decapoda. Lobsters are grouped with freshwater crayfish in the suborder Reptantia (“walking”), although both lobsters and crayfish can also swim, using their fanlike tails. Lobsters have eyes on stalks and long antennae, and are mainly nocturnal. They scavenge and eat dead or dying fish.
True lobsters, family Homaridae, are distinguished by having very large “claws” or pincers on their first pair of legs, and smaller ones on their second and third pairs. Spiny lobsters, family Palinuridae, have no large pincers. They communicate by means of a serrated pad at the base of their antennae, the “sound” being picked up by sensory nerves located on hairlike outgrowths on their fellow lobsters up to m/1ft away.
Species include the American lobster Homarus americanus; and the Norwegian lobster Nephrops norvegicus, a small orange species.

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