The scientific name for coonstrip shrimp is Pandalus hypsinotis.
They are thin, smooth, and brightly colored. They are 9inches
long. The shrimp have 5 pairs of jointed legs, 5 pairs of swimming
legs and 3 pairs of marillea, which are feeding appendages. They
have a pair of antennae, a tail fan and compound eyes. Shrimp
eat worms, diatoms, algae, various invertebrates and detritus,
which is loose fragments of grains that have been warn away from
Shrimp live on rock piles, coral, debris-covered bottoms of oceans
from depths of 3 to 200 fathoms. The coonstrip shrimp live in
the Arctic or the Bering Sea.