Virginia Institute of Marine Science
Special Papers in Marine Science No. 9.
This is a histological atlas of the most common organs and tissues found in the American lobster, Homarus americanus. The atlas contains photomicrographs from histological sections of healthy tissues. The atlas contains pictures of tissues that are readily observed in dissection and several that are commonly affected by diseases. It is not a complete atlas. Several organs are not covered, notably the brain, ventral nerve ganglion, sensory organs, and organs associated with molting.
American lobster -- Histology -- Atlases. American lobster -- Infections -- Atlases. American lobster -- Diseases -- Atlases.
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Shields, J. D., & Boyd, R. A. (2014) Atlas of Lobster Anatomy and Histology. Special Papers in Marine Science No. 9.. Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of William and Mary. http://doi.org/10.21220/V5001R