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Watt DGD, Stauffer EK, Taylor A, et al: Analysis of muscle receptor connections by spike-triggered averaging: I.
Crayfish, and other crustaceans with tubular bodies, have proprioceptive structures called muscle receptor organs (MROs) spanning the articulations between the segments (Alexandrowicz, 1951).
Serotonergic/cholinergic muscle receptor cells in the crab stomatogastric nervous system.
Fine structural study of the abdominal muscle receptor organs of the crayfish (Procambarus clarkii).
During movement, proprioceptive input comes from the knee joint and muscle receptors.