carapace

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  • The common name comes from the usually green fat found beneath its carapace.
  • The total length may range from, with the carapace being long.
  • The carapace and the fourth foot of the right side are removed. Cited from Facts and Arguments for Darwin, by Fritz Muller
  • The shell was a two-part carapace on the upper surface of the body.
  • The carapace is divided into two plates between the third and fourth leg set.
  • The front corners of the carapace are developed into three strong teeth on each side.
  • The front edge of the carapace has five teeth on either side, with the first two being smaller than the others.
  • Males are long, and their carapaces are light to dark brown, with a black line around the edge.
  • It is significantly smaller than the carapace and narrow at the front and back.
  • This species as an unusual carapace in that it is longer than it is wide.
  • Its carapace is orange-brown, dark around the eyes and covered with numerous white hairs.
  • The second pair of walking legs are not more than two and a half times the length of the carapace.
  • The carapace may reach wide, and from front to back.
  • The orange carapace of the female is fairly high with a flat head part.
  • The carapace in the male is slightly longer than wide and is roughly square in the female.
  • The large eyes are set far apart and the carapace is wider at the front than at the back.
  • The carapace is mainly brown to dark brown, commonly with some dark blotches.
  • The carapace is divided into two plates between the third and fourth leg pair of legs.
  • It has short antennae, being only about a quarter of the length of the carapace.
  • The species has a very flat body, the carapace is dark to blackish brown.
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Meaning of carapace

  • noun Hard outer covering or case of certain organisms such as arthropods and turtles