from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The typical genus of Mysidœ, founded by Latreille in 1802. M. chameleon is a common species of the North Atlantic. See opossum-shrimp.

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  • n. type genus of the family Mysidae


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  • Bob the guide was explaining mysis shrimp techniques in the Toilet Bowl Run, brought to us by Lysol, on the ConAgra Wesson Oil Frying Pan River ... or ...

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  • Etymologically, the word missa is neither (as Baronius states) from a Hebrew word, nor from the Greek mysis, but is simply derived from missio, just as oblata is derived from oblatio, collecta from collectio, and ulta from ultio.

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  • On the other hand, the plethora of introduced species in Montana's waters could certainly fit that description ... from mysis shrimp to walleye.

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  • As always, mysis shrimp remain on the diet of all the fish in the top mile below the dam.

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  • And I've got a killer mysis shrimp pattern for those tailwaters! perplexedandsaddened wrote: you say to think for yourselves people .... and yet you won't even acknowledge that your examples were cases of evil people using Religion as a means to control.

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  • And I've got a killer mysis shrimp pattern for those tailwaters!

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  • For those looking to do the same, he suggested using large mysis shrimp patterns and large nymphs, everything from rainbow warriors to crystal pheasant tails.

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  • For nymphing, Koenig suggested mysis shrimp and an array of midges, but "on nice days, you can really throw some dries." he said.

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  • The bottom dwellers feed on tiny zooplankton, bottom insects and mysis shrimp.

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  • The key, he has discovered, is that young cuttlefish require live meals beginning with mysis shrimp, and increasing in size with age.



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