Eulamellibranchia

Eulamellibranchia

[¦yü·lə‚mel·ə′braŋ·kē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
The largest subclass of the molluscan class Bivalvia, having a heterodont shell hinge, leaflike gills, and well-developed siphons.
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Etude du cycle sexuel de Cerastoderma glaucum (Poiret 1789) (Bivalvia, Eulamellibranchia, Cardiidae) dans la Met de Bou Ghrara (Tunisie).
The morphology of the larval and postlarval Chione cancellata Linne (Eulamellibranchia: Veneridae) reared in the laboratory.
Size distribution and grow of the fan-shell Pinna bicolor Gmelin (Mollusca: Eulamellibranchia) in South Australia.
Relative abundance and growth of mussels (Mollusca: Eulamellibranchia) in pools 8, 9, and 10 of the Mississippi River.
Functional morphology and ecological life history of the gem clam, Gemma gemma (Eulamellibranchia: Veneridae).
Size distributions and growth of the fan-shell Pinna bicolor Gmelin (Mollusca: Eulamellibranchia) in south Australia.
Sexual cycle of Cerastoderma glaucum Poiret, 1798 (Bivalvia, Eulamellibranchia, Cardiidae) in Lake Tunis and in the Bou Grara Sea (Tunisia).