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A large class of crustaceans which includes crabs, shrimps, lobsters, isopods, and amphipods. They have compound eyes, which are typically on stalks.
- ‘On the whole the maxillopodan groups Ostracoda and Cirripedia and the Malacostraca have left the most significant fossil records.’
- ‘Development ranges from direct to metamorphic among members of class Malacostraca.’
- ‘Maxillopoda and Malacostraca are by far the most diverse of the groups and contain most animals you might typically recognize as crustaceans.’
- ‘The other two types of larvae, Zoea and Megalopae, are only found in members of Malacostraca.’
- ‘Both volumes begin with a general introduction to the Malacostraca, followed by a historical overview of the most important contributions to Australian carcinology over the past 200 years.’
Modern Latin (plural), from malaco- soft + Greek ostrakon shell.
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