crustacean

[ kruh-stey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF crustacean

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“This is a magnificent specimen of the crustacean period,” he declared.

This crustacean tube a thousand feet long solved the matter.

Its punishment was simply that it was a Sacculina—that it was a Sacculina when it might have been a Crustacean.

Nature has willed that the Crustacean should not long remain an invalid.

Crabs and lobsters may be regarded as the chiefs or lords of the Crustacean tribes.

A beetle, but with the shell of a crustacean instead of mere chitin.

In the substance of this polyp lives a crustacean, the nature of which Mons.

A second later he had swung it between himself and the crustacean.

Philadelphia boasts a much superior culture in the crustacean line.

And who is the gentleman with the crustacean name that attracts these barnacles?

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