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Scientific Names

Preferred Names

Mysida
Reference taxon from EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Trunk
Mysida
Recognized by iNaturalist, Timor Sea Species List, Adriatic Sea Species List, Molukka Sea Species List, Aegean Sea Species List, Appeltans et al, Egypt Species List, Conabio, EOL authors, Ecomare, Moorea Biocode, IUCN, Australia Species List, Belgium Species List, Brazil Species List, Canada Species List, Cayman Islands Species List, Chile Species List, China Species List, Colombia Species List, Croatia Species List, Denmark Species List, Ecuador Species List, Estonia Species List, Falkland Islands Species List, Faroe Islands Species List, Finland Species List, France Species List, French Polynesia Species List, Germany Species List, Greece Species List, Greenland Species List, India Species List, Ireland Species List, Italy Species List, Jamaica Species List, Marshall Islands Species List, Montenegro Species List, New Zealand Species List, Norway Species List, Panama Species List, Philippines Species List, Poland Species List, Puerto Rico Species List, Russia Species List, Seychelles Species List, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, South Africa Species List, Spain Species List, Sweden Species List, Switzerland Species List, The Bahamas Species List, The Netherlands Species List, Turkmenistan Species List, United Kingdom Species List, Japan Species List, Indonesia Species List, Mexico Species List, United States Species List, Adriatic Sea Species List, Aegean Sea Species List, Alboran Sea Species List, Andaman Sea Species List, Arabian Sea Species List, Arafura Sea Species List, Baffin Bay Species List, Balearic Sea Species List, Arctic Ocean Species List, Banda Sea Species List, Barents Sea Species List, Bay of Biscay Species List, Bay of Bengal Species List, Bay of Fundy Species List, Beaufort Sea Species List, Bering Sea Species List, Bass Strait Species List, Black Sea Species List, Bristol Channel Species List, Caribbean Sea Species List, Celebes Sea Species List, Celtic Sea Species List, Chukchi Sea Species List, Coral Sea Species List, Davis Strait Species List, East Siberian Sea Species List, Eastern China Sea Species List, English Channel Species List, Great Australian Bight Species List, Greenland Sea Species List, Gulf of Aden Species List, Gulf of Alaska Species List, Gulf of Bothnia Species List, Gulf of California Species List, Gulf of Finland Species List, Gulf of Guinea Species List, Gulf of Mexico Species List, Gulf of St Lawrence Species List, Gulf of Tomini Species List, Inner Seas off the West Coast of Scotland Species, Gulf of Thailand Species List, Indian Ocean Species List, Irish Sea Species List, Kara Sea Species List, Labrador Sea Species List, Laccadive Sea Species List, Laptev Sea Species List, Kattegat Species List, Malacca Strait Species List, Mozambique Channel Species List, Hudson Bay Species List, North Atlantic Species List, Molukka Sea Species List, North Pacific Species List, Northwestern Passages Species List, Norwegian Sea Species List, North Sea Species List, Sea of Azov Species List, Sea of Japan Species List, Philippine Sea Species List, Sea of Okhostk Species List, Seto Inland Sea Species List, Skagerrak Species List, South China Sea Species List, White Sea Species List, Yellow Sea Species List, Tyrrhenian Sea Species List, Sulu Sea Species List, Timor Sea Species List, Southern Ocean Species List, Tasman Sea Species List, South Atlantic Species List, South Pacific Species List, and marine ecology literature
Mysida Boas 1883

Alternative Names

Elder Münster 1839
Doubtful according to GBIF classification
Francocaris Broili 1917
Doubtful according to GBIF classification
Mysidacea
Corrected according to Paleobiology Database
Tylerocaris Grenda 1992
Doubtful according to GBIF classification

Common Names

English

mysid shrimp
Recognized by Paleobiology Database
mysid shrimps
opossum shrimps

Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål

Mysider preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
pungreker
rekebarn

Catalan; Valencian

mísids preferred

Chinese

糠虾目 preferred

Danish

pungrejer preferred

Dutch; Flemish

Aasgarnalen preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
aasgarnalen

Estonian

lõhkjalalised preferred
müsiidilised

Finnish

Massiäyriäiset preferred
Recognized by Wikidata, christinaflann, and admin
halkoisjalkaiset
halkoisjalkaäyriäiset
Recognized by Wikidata
massiäyriäiset

German

Schwebegarnelen preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Greek, Modern (1453-)

μυσιδώδη preferred

Italian

misidacei preferred

Japanese

アミ目 preferred

Kazakh

Мизидалар preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Korean

곤쟁이 preferred

Latvian

Šķeltkājvēži preferred
mizīdas
šķeltkāji

Lithuanian

Mizidės preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
mizidės

Navajo; Navaho

Táłtłʼááh chʼosh bizaʼazis hólóní preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Norwegian Nynorsk; Nynorsk, Norwegian

Pungreker preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
pungreker
rekeborn

Persian

صاریغ‌میگوسانان preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Polish

lasonogi preferred
szczeponogi

Portuguese

misidáceos preferred

Russian

Мизиды preferred

Spanish; Castilian

misidáceos preferred

Swedish

Pungräkor preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
pungräkor

Uzbek

Mizidlar preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

i18n: Deu

Glaskrebse preferred
Schwebegarnelen
Schwebgarnelen

i18n: Fas

میگوی صاریغ preferred

i18n: Fra

mysidacés preferred
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Curated hierarchies for Mysida

GBIF classification

Animalia