Hippoidea


Hippoidea
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 Albunea carabus
Albunea carabus
Classification
Règne Animalia
Embranchement Arthropoda
Sous-embr. Crustacea
Classe Malacostraca
Sous-classe Eumalacostraca
Super-ordre Eucarida
Ordre Decapoda
Sous-ordre Pleocyemata
Infra-ordre Anomura
Super-famille
Hippoidea
Latreille, 1825

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Les Hippoidea forment une super-famille de crustacés.

Liste des familles

  • Albuneidae Stimpson, 1858
  • Hippidae Latreille, 1825

Références externes


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