Neogastropoda


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Neogastropoda

[¦nē·ō·ga′sträp·ə·də]
(invertebrate zoology)
An order of gastropods which contains the most highly developed snails; respiration is by means of ctenidia, the nervous system is concentrated, an operculum is present, and the sexes are separate.
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Imposex in Thais gradate and Chicoreus capucinus (Mollusca, Neogastropoda, Muricidae) from the Straits of Johor: a case study using penis length, area and weight as measures of imposex severity.
millepunctata Lamarck Cassididae Phalium=Cassis undulatum Born Cymatiidae Charonia nodifera Lamarck NEOGASTROPODA (Order) Muricidae Ocinebrina=Tritonalia Payr.
The genera and biogeography of Fasciolariinae (Gastropoda, Neogastropoda, Fasciolariidae).
2006) temporal daily increment framework (current study) Sclero- ND Oxygen isotope chronological as temperature and chemical recorder element used (Lietard 2007) to record environment Mesodesma Concholepas donaaum concholepas Species Lamarck, 1818 * Bruguiere, 1789 Order, Veneroidae, Neogastropoda, superfamily, Veneroidea, Muricoidea, family Mesodesmatidae Muricidae Geographical From Chimbote, From Callao, distribution Peru (Alamo & Peru, to Magellan (Alamo & Valdivieso 1987, Strait.
The spotted Babylon, Babylonia areolata Link 1807, is a gastropod in the order Neogastropoda, family Buccinidae (Habe 1965).