ClipArt gallery featuring 222 illustrations of crustacean species, such as crabs, lobsters, crayfish, and shrimp.

The schizopod stage of a prawn in the Penaeus genus of crustaceans.

Schizopod

The schizopod stage of a prawn in the Penaeus genus of crustaceans.

The Speckled Sea Louse (Eurydice pulchra) is a parasitic crustacean in the Cirolanidae family.

Speckled Sea Louse

The Speckled Sea Louse (Eurydice pulchra) is a parasitic crustacean in the Cirolanidae family.

A gastropod shell.

Shell

A gastropod shell.

A shell resembling a saddle.

Saddle Shell

A shell resembling a saddle.

"The bodies of these animals are compressed laterally, and curved upon the sides; the eyes are immovable, their feet are directed partly forwards and partly backwards." — Williams, 1889

Shore-jumper

"The bodies of these animals are compressed laterally, and curved upon the sides; the eyes are immovable,…

Shrimp are a marine crustacean largely used as food.

Shrimp

Shrimp are a marine crustacean largely used as food.

Shrimp.

Shrimp

Shrimp.

"They are distinguished by the possession of a large oval or triangular appendage which covers the base of the first joint of the outer antennae." — Goodrich, 1859

Shrimp

"They are distinguished by the possession of a large oval or triangular appendage which covers the base…

"Shrimp is a popular name for any individual of the genus Crangon, allied to lobster, crayfish, and prawn. The common shrimp about two inches long, greenish-gray dotted with brown, is esteemed as an article of food; other species, from warmer latitudes, are equally prized. They are usually taken by a net."—(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Shrimp

"Shrimp is a popular name for any individual of the genus Crangon, allied to lobster, crayfish, and…

A shrimp of the corophium genus.

Shrimp

A shrimp of the corophium genus.

An extensive genus of ten-footed crustaceans. They resemble the lobster and crawfish, but differ from them in having an elongated, tapering, and arched form.

Shrimp

An extensive genus of ten-footed crustaceans. They resemble the lobster and crawfish, but differ from…

An extensive genus of ten-footed crustaceans. They resemble the lobster and crawfish, but differ from them in having an elongated, tapering, and arched form.

Shrimp

An extensive genus of ten-footed crustaceans. They resemble the lobster and crawfish, but differ from…

Small, swimming, decapod crustaceans classified in the infraorder Caridea, found widely around the world in both fresh and salt water.

Shrimp

Small, swimming, decapod crustaceans classified in the infraorder Caridea, found widely around the world…

A common shrimp, a genus of the decapod Crustacea.

Shrimp

A common shrimp, a genus of the decapod Crustacea.

A small crustacean.

Shrimp

A small crustacean.

A species of aquative crustaceans that are found worldwide in saltwater, but not in oceans.

Brine Shrimp

A species of aquative crustaceans that are found worldwide in saltwater, but not in oceans.

The Common Shrimp (Crangon crangon) is a shrimp fished mainly in the North Sea. The species is also known as the Brown Shrimp or the Sand Shrimp with the synonym Crangon vulgaris.

Common Shrimp

The Common Shrimp (Crangon crangon) is a shrimp fished mainly in the North Sea. The species is also…

Second zoaea stage of a shrimp's development.

Developing shrimp

Second zoaea stage of a shrimp's development.

Mysis stage of a shrimp's development.

Developing shrimp

Mysis stage of a shrimp's development.

The Fairy Shrimp (Branchipus diaphanus) is a species of crustacean belonging to the Anostraca order.

Fairy Shrimp

The Fairy Shrimp (Branchipus diaphanus) is a species of crustacean belonging to the Anostraca order.

The Freswater Shrimp (Gammarus pulex) is an amphipod in the Gammaridae family of scuds.

Freshwater Shrimp

The Freswater Shrimp (Gammarus pulex) is an amphipod in the Gammaridae family of scuds.

Mantis shrimp or stomatopods are marine crustaceans, the members of the order Stomatopoda. They are neither shrimp nor mantids, but receive their name purely from the physical resemblance to both the terrestrial praying mantis and the shrimp.

Mantis Shrimp

Mantis shrimp or stomatopods are marine crustaceans, the members of the order Stomatopoda. They are…

An adult shrimp.

Mature shrimp

An adult shrimp.

Palaemonetes vulgaris or the common shore shrimp.

Shore Shrimp

Palaemonetes vulgaris or the common shore shrimp.

"A terrestrial crustacean abundant everywhere under logs and stones during most of the year." —Davison, 1906

Sow Bug

"A terrestrial crustacean abundant everywhere under logs and stones during most of the year." —Davison,…

A spider like crustacean of the sea.

Sea Spider

A spider like crustacean of the sea.

"In these the back is usually covered with spines and hairs. They generally live in deep water, and rarely approach the shore." — Goodrich, 1859

Spinous spider-crab

"In these the back is usually covered with spines and hairs. They generally live in deep water, and…

"The <em>Eriphea spinifrons</em>, for instance, distributed in nearly all seas, has the front covered with numerous sharp spines." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Eriphia spinifrons

"The Eriphea spinifrons, for instance, distributed in nearly all seas, has the front covered…

The Squat Lobster (the name often used for Galathea) is a genus of decapod crustacea. The body is lobster-like, but is broad and somewhat flattened, the tail being habitually carried in a bent position. Several species inhabit the northeastern Atlantic shores.

Squat Lobster

The Squat Lobster (the name often used for Galathea) is a genus of decapod crustacea. The body is lobster-like,…

"The typical genus <em>Aquilla</em> is frequently called the <em>Sea-Mantis</em>. Some of them attain the length of a foot or more, but their average size is about three to four inches." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Squilla

"The typical genus Aquilla is frequently called the Sea-Mantis. Some of them attain…

"The common species of Squilla is <em>squilla mantis</u>, so called for its supposed resemblance to the insect mantis."&mdash;Finley, 1917

Squilla

"The common species of Squilla is squilla mantis, so called for its supposed resemblance to the

"Stone crabs are popular with Floridians and Florida visitors, and are featured on restaurant and hotel menus."

Stone Crab

"Stone crabs are popular with Floridians and Florida visitors, and are featured on restaurant and hotel…

Water fleas are microscopic crustaceans, otherwise known as Daphnia.

Water Flea

Water fleas are microscopic crustaceans, otherwise known as Daphnia.

Water fleas are microscopic crustaceans, otherwise known as Daphnia.

Water Flea

Water fleas are microscopic crustaceans, otherwise known as Daphnia.

Water fleas are microscopic crustaceans, otherwise known as Daphnia.

Water Flea

Water fleas are microscopic crustaceans, otherwise known as Daphnia.

"The Whale-Louse, <em>Cyamus seti</em>, is found on whales along our coasts." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Whale-louse

"The Whale-Louse, Cyamus seti, is found on whales along our coasts." — Goodrich, 1859

"The family Oniscidae, including the well-known Wood-Louse, <em>Oniscus murarius</em>, and many similar animals, are characterized by the adaptation of their members to a terrestrial existence." &mdash; Goodrich, 1859

Wood-louse

"The family Oniscidae, including the well-known Wood-Louse, Oniscus murarius, and many similar…

Woodlice are crustaceans with a rigid, segmented, long exoskeleton and fourteen jointed limbs. They form the suborder Oniscidea within the order Isopoda, with over 3,000 known species.

Woodlouse

Woodlice are crustaceans with a rigid, segmented, long exoskeleton and fourteen jointed limbs. They…

The first free-swimming larval stage of crustaceans.

Zoea

The first free-swimming larval stage of crustaceans.

An illustration of a Zoea of common shoe-crap in its second stage. r, Rostral spine; s, Dorsal spine; m, Maxillipeds; t, Buds of thoracic feet; a, Abdomen.

Zoea

An illustration of a Zoea of common shoe-crap in its second stage. r, Rostral spine; s, Dorsal spine;…

An illustration of the zoea of a common-shore crab in its second stage. R, Rostral spine; S, Dorsal spine; M, Maxillipeds; t, Buds of thoracic feet; A, Abdomen.

Zoea of Common Shore-Crab

An illustration of the zoea of a common-shore crab in its second stage. R, Rostral spine; S, Dorsal…

"The lowest division of articulate animals is the Crustacea. Their name signifies a hard crust of covering, with which the animals are protected."

Zoea Taurus

"The lowest division of articulate animals is the Crustacea. Their name signifies a hard crust of covering,…