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  • noun Plural form of mysid.

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  • As with many crustaceans, the first thoracic segment is fused with the head to form the cephalothorax in mysids.

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  • As with many crustaceans, the first thoracic segment is fused with the head to form the cephalothorax in mysids.

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  • Prey include amphipods, copepods, mysids (shrimp-like animals), other small crustaceans, small mollusks, small jellyfish and ctenophores, larvae of other invertebrates and in some cases small fish.

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  • Prey include amphipods, copepods, mysids (shrimp-like animals), other small crustaceans, small mollusks, small jellyfish and ctenophores, larvae of other invertebrates and in some cases small fish.

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  • Of the 20 localities sampled, mysids occurred at 15 areas, though samples taken at the Mumbai harbour, Bhavnagar, Porbander, Veraval and Sutrapada yielded no mysids.

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  • Five zooplankton groups account for over 99 percent of the biomass: copepods (Neocalanus cristatus, N. plumchrus, N. flemingeri), euphausiids (Euphausia pacifica, Thysanoessa longipes), chaetognaths (Sagitta elegans), amphipods (Themisto japonica, Primno macropa, Cyphocaris challengeri), and mysids (Meterythrops microphathalma).

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