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Habitats amphionids, 2:196 amphipods, 2:261, 2:265-271 anaspidaceans, 2:181-182, 2:183 aplacophorans, 2:380, 2:382-385 Arachnida, 2:335, 2:339-352 articulate lampshells, 2:522, 2:525-527 bathynellaceans, 2:178, 2:179 beard worms, 2:86, 2:88 bivalves, 2:452, 2:457-466 caenogastropods, 2:446, 2:449 centipedes, 2:354, 2:358-362 cephalocarids, 2:132, 2:133 Cephalopoda, 2:477, 2:482-488 chitons, 2:395, 2:397-400 clam shrimps, 2:147-148, 2:150-151 copepods, 2:300, 2:304-310 cumaceans, 2:229, 2:232 Decapoda, 2:199, 2:204-213 deep-sea limpets, 2:435, 2:437 earthworms, 2:66, 2:70-73 echiurans, 2:103-104, 2:106-107 fairy shrimps, 2:136, 2:139 fish lice, 2:289, 2:292-293 freshwater bryozoans, 2:497, 2:500-502

horseshoe crabs, 2:328, 2:331-332

Isopoda, 2:250, 2:254-259

leptostracans, 2:161, 2:164-165

lophogastrids, 2:226, 2:227

mantis shrimps, 2:168, 2:173-175

marine bryozoans, 2:504, 2:506-508, 2:509,

2:513-514 mictaceans, 2:241, 2:242 millipedes, 2:364, 2:367-370 monoplacophorans, 2:388, 2:390-391 mussel shrimps, 2:312, 2:314 mysids, 2:216, 2:219-222 mystacocarids, 2:295, 2:297 myzostomids, 2:59, 2:62 Neritopsina, 2:440, 2:442-443 nonarticulate lampshells, 2:515-516,

2:518-519 Onychophora, 2:110, 2:113-114 pauropods, 2:375, 2:377 peanut worms, 2:98, 2:100-101 phoronids, 2:491, 2:494 Polychaeta, 2:46, 2:50-56 Pulmonata, 2:413-414, 2:417-421 remipedes, 2:125, 2:128 sea slugs, 2:403, 2:407-409 sea spiders, 2:321, 2:324-325 spelaeogriphaceans, 2:243, 2:244 symphylans, 2:371, 2:373 tadpole shrimps, 2:142, 2:145-146 tanaids, 2:235-236, 2:238-239 tantulocaridans, 2:284, 2:286 Thecostraca, 2:275, 2:278-280 thermosbaenaceans, 2:245, 2:247 tongue worms, 2:319 true limpets, 2:424, 2:426-427 tusk shells, 2:470, 2:473-474 Vestimentifera, 2:92, 2:94 Vetigastropoda, 2:430, 2:433-434 water bears, 2:116-117, 2:120-123 water fleas, 2:153, 2:157-158 Habituation, 2:39 See also Behavior Haemadipsa picta. See Tiger leeches Haemadipsa sumatrana, 2:78 Haemadipsidae, 2:75, 2:76 Haementeria ghilianii. See Giant Amazonian leeches Haemopidae, 2:75, 2:76 Hair follicle mites. See Demodicids Hair worms, 2:5

Hairy-fisted crabs. See Chinese mitten crabs

Haliotis spp., 2:431

Haliotis rufescens. See Red abalone

Haliotis tuberculata lamellosa, 2:429, 2:431

Haliotoidea, 2:429, 2:430, 2:440

Hallucigenia spp., 2:109

Halobiotus spp., 2:117

Halobiotus crispae, 2:117

Halosbaena spp., 2:245

Hammaticherus spp. See Cerambycid beetles Hanlon, R. T., 2:477-478 Hansenocaris spp., 2:273, 2:274, 2:275 Hapalochlaena spp. See Blue ringed octopods Hapalochlaena lunulata. See Greater blue ringed octopods Haplotaxida spp. See Giant earthworms Hard clams. See Northern quahogs Hardshell clams. See Northern quahogs

Harlequin shrimps, 2:202, 2:207-208 Harpacticoida, 2:299, 2:300 Harrovia longipes, 2:32, 2:33 Harvest spiders. See Common harvestmen;

Long-bodied cellar spiders Hediste diversicolor. See Ragworms Helenodora inopinata, 2:109 Helicellid land snails, 2:414-415 Helicinidae, 2:439, 2:440, 2:441, 2:447 Helicoradomeniajuani, 2:381, 2:382, 2:383 Helix spp. See Lung-bearing snails Helix aspersa, 2:411 Helix pomatia. See Roman snails Helobdella spp., 2:76

Heloecius cordiformis. See Semaphore crabs Hemilepistus reaumuri, 2:250, 2:251 Hemimysis margalefi, 2:218, 2:219, 2:220-221 Hemisquilla ensigera. See Giant mantis shrimps

Hemithyris psittacea. See Black lampshells Herbivores, 2:25

See also Feeding ecology Hermaphroditism, 2:16, 2:23

See also Reproduction Hermit crabs, 2:197, 2:198, 2:201 Herpetocypris reptans, 2:311 Heteractis spp. See Sea anemones Heterocypris salinus, 2:313, 2:314—315 Heterodonta, 2:451 Heteropoda, 2:446

Heterotardigrada, 2:115, 2:116, 2:117 Heterotrophy, 2:11, 2:26

See also Feeding ecology Heterurethra. See Succineidae Hexamerocerata, 2:375, 2:376 Hexapleomera robusta, 2:236 Hinduism, 2:42

See also Humans Hippopotamus leeches, 2:76, 2:79, 2:80,

2:82-83 Hippopus spp., 2:454

Hiranetis braconiformis. See Assassin bugs Hirudinea. See Leeches Hirudinidae. See Medicinal leeches Hirudo spp. See Leeches Hirudo medicinalis. See European medicinal leeches Histriobdella homari, 2:46 Hog slaters. See Water lice Hoglice. See Water lice Holoblastic cleavage, 2:20, 2:23-24

See also Reproduction Holotypes, 2:8 Homology, 2:7 Honeybees, 2:28, 2:35, 2:37 Honeycomb worms, 2:48, 2:52, 2:56 Hoplocarida, 2:170 Hormogastridae, 2:65 Horseshoe crabs, 2:327-332, 2:330 behavior, 2:328

conservation status, 2:43, 2:328 distribution, 2:328 evolution, 2:327 feeding ecology, 2:328 habitats, 2:328

humans and, 2:41, 2:42, 2:328-329 physical characteristics, 2:327-328, 2:329 reproduction, 2:328 species of, 2:331-332 taxonomy, 2:327

Host organisms, 2:31, 2:33

See also Symbiosis House centipedes, 2:357, 2:361, 2:362 House scorpions. See Book scorpions Hox genes, 2:4-5 Humans, 2:41-44 amphionids and, 2:196 amphipods and, 2:262, 2:265-271 anaspidaceans and, 2:182, 2:183 aplacophorans and, 2:380, 2:383-385 Arachnida and, 2:41, 2:336, 2:340-352 articulate lampshells and, 2:523, 2:525-527 bathynellaceans and, 2:178, 2:179 beard worms and, 2:86, 2:88 bivalves and, 2:454, 2:458-466 caenogastropods and, 2:447, 2:449 centipedes and, 2:356, 2:358-362 cephalocarids and, 2:132, 2:133 Cephalopoda and, 2:479-480, 2:483-489 chitons and, 2:395, 2:398-401 clam shrimps and, 2:148, 2:150-151 copepods and, 2:300-301, 2:304-310 cumaceans and, 2:230, 2:232 Decapoda and, 2:201, 2:204-214 deep-sea limpets and, 2:436, 2:437 earthworms and, 2:68, 2:70-73 echiurans and, 2:104, 2:107 fairy shrimps and, 2:137, 2:139-140 fish lice and, 2:290, 2:292-293 freshwater bryozoans and, 2:498, 2:500-502 horseshoe crabs and, 2:41, 2:42, 2:328-329, 2:332

Isopoda and, 2:252, 2:255-260 krill and, 2:187, 2:189-192 leeches and, 2:42, 2:78, 2:80-83 leptostracans and, 2:162, 2:164-165 lophogastrids and, 2:226, 2:227 mantis shrimps and, 2:171, 2:173-175 marine bryozoans and, 2:504, 2:506-508,

2:511, 2:513-514 mictaceans and, 2:241, 2:242 millipedes and, 2:365, 2:367-370 monoplacophorans and, 2:388, 2:390-391 mussel shrimps and, 2:312, 2:314-315 mysids and, 2:217, 2:220-222 mystacocarids and, 2:296, 2:297 myzostomids and, 2:60, 2:62 Neritopsina and, 2:441, 2:442-443 nonarticulate lampshells and, 2:516,

2:518-519 Onychophora and, 2:111, 2:113-114 parasitism and, 2:33 pauropods and, 2:376, 2:377 peanut worms and, 2:98, 2:100-101 phoronids and, 2:492, 2:494 Polychaeta and, 2:47, 2:50-56 Pulmonata and, 2:414-415, 2:417-421 remipedes and, 2:126, 2:128 sea slugs and, 2:43, 2:405, 2:407-410 sea spiders and, 2:322, 2:324-325 spelaeogriphaceans and, 2:243, 2:244 symphylans and, 2:372, 2:373 tadpole shrimps and, 2:143, 2:146 tanaids and, 2:236, 2:238-239 tantulocaridans and, 2:284, 2:286 Thecostraca and, 2:276, 2:279-281 thermosbaenaceans and, 2:246, 2:247 tongue worms and, 2:320 true limpets and, 2:425, 2:426-427 tusk shells and, 2:471, 2:473-474

Vestimentifera and, 2:92, 2:94-95 Vetigastropoda and, 2:431, 2:433-434 water bears and, 2:118, 2:121-123 water fleas and, 2:155, 2:157-158 Humboldt squids, 2:479 Hutchinsoniella macracantha, 2:131, 2:133 Hutchinsoniellidae, 2:131 Hydra spp., 2:32

Hydrocenidae, 2:439, 2:440, 2:441, 2:447 Hydrostatic skeletons, 2:18

See also Physical characteristics Hydrothermal vent worms, 2:91, 2:91-95,

Hymenocera picta. See Harlequin shrimps Hyolitha, 2:97

Hyperia galba, 2:263, 2:266, 2:270 Hyperiidea, 2:261 Hyponeuralia, 2:4 Hypselodoris bullocki, 2:405

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