Crustacean diversity, part 2 (shrimps, lobsters and others)

Display Description

Armoured scavengers, swift hunters with lightning-fast punches, sessile filter-feeders and bizarre parasites: crustaceans exhibit an extensive diversity of forms. They are the dominant arthropods in the sea, but have also colonised freshwater and land. Crustaceans also gave rise to the world's most species-rich branch of the Tree-of-Life, the insects. This display contains all the other non-crab crustaceans, such as shrimps, lobsters, amphipods, isopods, barnacles and many more!