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There are also bedding-parallel traces, where the burrower tunnelled along the interface between dry mud and sand (Fig.
The ones that do include fanciful names such as Cajun dwarf crayfish (Cambarellus shufeldtii), phantom cave crayfish (Procambarus pecki), bottlebrush crayfish (Barbicambarus cornutus), devil crawfish (Cambarus diogenes), ditch fencing crayfish (Faxonella clypeata), Piedmont blue burrower (Cambarus harti), and even the rusty grave digger (Cambarus miltus).
grandis is a non-obligate burrower and the females spend considerable time roaming outside the burrow.
But that fact alone provides scant reason for according him attention beyond such occasional and insightful observations as 'There is a strikingly close parallel between Kafka's frantic burrower (the writer as giant mole), trapped in his own construct, and De Quincey as Gothic "coiner" sitting in a "deep grave-like recess"' (p.
Cambarus truncatus is considered to be a primary burrower as it spends most of its life in a complex burrow system away from open water.
As a primary burrower, which can occupy habitats without permanent flowing or standing water, C.
The function of side muscles in Ribeirioida, also considered as infaunal burrowers, could be similar.
From the Young Architect series for young readers age 7 and up, "Animal Homes" uses clear, brief, highlighted narrative in tandem with demonstrative color photos and illustrations to demonstrate structure, location and construction of homes for over nine different species, including weaver birds, magpies, beavers, termite colonies, burrowers, bees and wasps, spiders, and more.
The narrative above indicates that the species of Allacta are ground or trees climbers, not burrowers and borers.
Dr Marcello Ruta of the University of Lincoln, with colleagues from the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, the Museum fur Naturkunde in Berlin and the University of Bristol, found that near the end of the Permian, a large number of anomodont species existed with a wide range of body sizes and ecological adaptations, including terrestrial plant eaters, amphibious hippo-like species, specialized burrowers, and even tree-dwelling forms.