By: A de C Baker (Author), BP Boden (Author), E Brinton (Author)
96 pages, 40 b/w plates
Euphasiids - or krill - are eucarid crustaceans represented by 2 families, the Bentheuphausiidae and the Euphausiidae. They are the most economically important component of the oceanic plankton biomass in terms of size and abundance, and form a significant food item for whales, seals, fish, birds and now man. This key is aimed at workers unfamiliar with their taxonomy, and is also a general introduction to the order.
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