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  • n. Any member of the Caridae.

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Examples

  • Such are the parts, internal and external, of the carid.

    The History of Animals

  • The crawfish has a tail, and five fins on it; and the round-backed carid has a tail and four fins; the squilla also has fins at the tail on either side.

    The History of Animals

  • The pinna grows straight up from its tuft of anchoring fibres in sandy and slimy places; these creatures have inside them a parasite nicknamed the pinna-guard, in some cases a small carid and in other cases a little crab; if the pinna be deprived of this pinna-guard it soon dies.

    The History of Animals

  • In the case of both the hump-backed carid and the squilla the middle art of the tail is spinous: only that in the squilla the part is flattened and in the carid it is sharp-pointed.

    The History of Animals

  • Of all animals of this genus the crab is the only one devoid of a rump; and, while the body of the carid and the crawfish is elongated, that of the crab is rotund.

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  • Another species is that of the carid, and another is that of the crab, and there are many kinds both of carid and of crab.

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  • These are all common properties of the crawfish, the carid, and the crab; for the crab, be it remembered, has two teeth.

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  • (The following are the properties of the egg and of the convolutes in the carid.)

    The History of Animals

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  • Crustaceans copulate, as the crawfish, the lobster, the carid and the like, just like the opisthuretic quadrupeds, when the one animal turns up its tail and the other puts his tail on the other’s tail.

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