What is the function of the rostrum on a crayfish
The rostrum on a crayfish is a hard beak extending from the head that is used for protection. Like all crustaceans, a crayfish has a fairly hard exoskeleton that covers its body.
Related Crayfish Questions
What are the functions of crayfish gills?
what is the function of the crayfish carapce?
The carapace has two functions; firstly it protects the delicate feather-like...
What is the function of the maxillae in crayfish?
The maxillae in crayfish are used to tear up food and push it into the mouth. Any...
What is the function of the second maxillae in a crayfish?
The function of the second maxillae in a crayfish is food handling. Do you have...
What is the major function of the exoskeleton of a crayfish? How is the exoskeleton an adaptive advantage to the crayfish?
Function- protection Adaptive advantage- instead of being a soft shell lobster w/...
Last Week's Popular Questions for Crayfish
How do u eat a crawfish?
Suck the head (optional). Pinch the end of the tail & pull the meat from the...
Where can I get the cheapest crawfish in NYC?
Chinatown - at the fishmarket on the NW corner of Chrystie and Grand. This would...
Can I buy crawfish from Publix grocery store?
The Publix website says that fresh crawfish are available in SELECT...
How big was the biggest crawdad ever caught in the united states?
The largest crayfish on record weighed almost a pound. !
What do crawdads in the Spokane river eat?
They eat omnivorous-fish, shrimp, and they also eat plants. The cawdad is not a...
Related Crayfish Galleries
Cool Corgi Facts
Viewed 110,477 times
Top 10 Cat Breeds
Viewed 35,996 times
What Are Some Cool Facts About Turkeys?
Viewed 36,354 times
12 Amazing Tiger Facts
Viewed 82,260 times