Archaeogastropoda


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Archaeogastropoda

[‚ärk·ē·ə‚gas′träp·ə·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of gastropod mollusks that includes the most primitive snails.
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According to the work of Fretter and Graham (1962), Archaeogastropoda, which are one of the most primitive prosobranchs--such as Scissurellidae (Vetigastropoda), Neritidae (Neritimorpha).
GASTROPODA (Class) ARCHAEOGASTROPODA (Order) Haliotidae Haliotis lamellosa Lamarck Fissurellidae Fissurella sp.
The slit bearing nacreous Archaeogastropoda of the Triassic tropical reefs in the St Cassian Formation with evaluation of the taxonomic value of the selenizone.
Comparative anatomy and phylogeny of the Recent Archaeogastropoda (Mollusca: Gastropoda).
In the order Archaeogastropoda, which includes the Turbinidae family, the haploid chromosome number varies widely from 9-21 (Nakamura 1986).
Karyotype of Lunella coronata coreensis (Reculz) (Gastropoda, Archaeogastropoda, Turbinidae).
Among the Caenogastropoda and Vetigastropoda reproductive modes are more diverse than in the Archaeogastropoda.
Abalone, Haliotis discus hannai are the large algivorous marine molluscs of the genus, Haliotis (Gastropoda, Prosobranchia, Archaeogastropoda, Haliotidae), which are the most commercially important gastropods in aquaculture.
Abalone are large algivorous marine mollusks of the genus, Haliotis (Gastropoda, Prosobranchia, Archaeogastropoda, Haliotidae).
Chromosomes of Archaeogastropoda (Mollusca: Prosobranchia), with some remarks on their cytotaxonomy and phylogeny.