Pilidae

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Pilidae

[′pil·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of fresh-water snails in the order Pectinibranchia.
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La mayor proporcion de familias encontradas corresponde a Ampullariidae con 29%, luego Tubificidaecon un 14,09% y Planorbidae con un 6,6%.
No clear evidence of hermaphroditism has yet been shown in any extant species of Ampullariidae.
Phylogenetic relationships, adaptations and biogeographic origin of the Ampullariidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda) endemic to Lake Malawi, Africa.
During the sampling period 20 species and 2 subspecies of the Gastropoda were found, belonging to the families Planorbidae, Chilinidae, Physidae, Ancylidae, Cochliopidae, Lithogliphidae, and Ampullariidae along with 5 species of the Bivalvia of the families Corbiculidae, Sphaeridae, and Mytilidae.
The Ampullariidae family was represented by three species: Pomacea canaliculata (Lamark, 1822) was present throughout the year, with maximum values in summer that became minimum in winter, but passed through similar intermediate levels in autumn and spring; P.
and Ampullariidae (Architanenioglossa)--exhibit the hypoathroid condition in which the pleural ganglia are distant from the cerebral ganglia and are juxtaposed to the pedal ganglia.
Especies endemicas de la Argentina: Gastropoda: Ampullariidae (1), Cochliopidae (10), Lithoglyphidae (11), Thiariidae (3), Chilinidae (11), Lymnaeidae (2) y Physidae (2?
The number of endemic species (those present only in Argentina) by family is: Gastropoda: Ampullariidae (1), Cochliopidae (10), Lithoglyphidae (11), Thiariidae (3), Chilinidae (11), Lymnaeidae (2) and Physidae (2?