Toxoglossa


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Toxoglossa

[‚täk·sə′gläs·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A group of carnivorous marine gastropod mollusks distinguished by a highly modified radula (toxoglossate).
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SUMMARY: In the present investigation it was realized a histological characterization of the digestive tract of Polystira albida (Toxoglossa: Turridae), by using optic microscopy of specimens collected in Sonda de Campeche.
Observations on the feeding behavior of Conus geographus (Gastropoda: Toxoglossa).
Larval biology of six species of the genus Conus (Gastropods: Toxoglossa) in Hawaii, USA.