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Clione

 

(Clione limacina), a genus of invertebrates of the order Aplacophora of pteropod mollusks. The body (up to 4 cm long) is transparent and conical; the head is separate and has two pairs of feelers. Clione are found in a wide range, living suspended in seas at great depths; in the USSR they live in northern and Far Eastern seas. They occur in huge numbers and serve as food for several species of whalebone whales.

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Further species mentioned in the Discussion: Clione vermifera Hancock, 1867, Pione carpenteri (Hancock, 1867), Siphonodictyon crypticum (Carballo et al.
DA contracts the somatic posture muscles in the pteropod mollusc Clione limacina, whereas ergometrine relaxes these muscles (Salcharov and Kabotyansky, 1986).
Pharmacologically induced elements of the hunting and feeding behavior in the pteropod mollusk Clione limacina: I.
The exception is the polar opisthobranch Clione limacine, which has been reported to present a percentage of 17:0 up to 4% (Phleger et al.
Yuri Panchin for critical comments and discussions related to the diversity of ionotropic glutamate receptors in molluscs and Clione limacina in particular.
Cerebral neurons underlying prey capture movements in the pteropod mollusc, Clione limacina.
Neuronal analysis of hunting behavior of the pteropod mollusc Clione limacina.
Conover and Lalli (1972) kept the pteropod Clione limacina "indefinitely" in small dishes and beakers with filtered water.
1982; Getting, 1983), Clione limacina (Arshavsky et al.
Whereas Tritonia swims using dorsal-ventral flexions of its entire body, Clione limacina, a pteropod mollusc, swims almost continuously by beating two "wings.
1993), and activate hunting behavior in the opisthobranch Clione limacina (Norekyan and Satterlie, 1993).