Stereophotogrammetry is expected to help Tritonia
expand its international reach and over the next three years the firm, which currently employs eight people, expects to create at least three more skilled jobs.
GAB Ah neurons were detected in the buccal, cerebral, and pedal ganglia of the marine euopisthobranchs Clione limacina (Arshavsky et al., 1993) and Aplysia californica (Soinila and Mpitsos, 1991; Diaz-Rios et al., 1999) and in the nudibranchs Tritonia
diomedea, Melibe leonina, Dendronotus iris, and Hermissenda crassicornis (Gunaratne et al., 2014; Gunaratne and Katz, 2016; Webber et al., 2017).
Caption: For species such as Tritonia
nudibranch, a small member of the mollusk family found in the Red Sea, rarity isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Effects of corms storage, zinc application and their interaction on vegetative growth, flowering, corms productivity and chemical constituents of Tritonia
crocata Ker Gawl Plant.
Goddard (1984, Table 1) reported that dendronotid Tritonia
Jestiva has eyespots at hatching, and Strathmann (1987, p.
The yellow-spot disease of Tritonia
diomedea Bergh, 1894 (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Nudibranchia): encapsulation of the thraustochytriaceous parasite by host amoebocytes.
Poaceae Eurasia Tritonia
x Iridaceae Hybrid crocosmiflora (Lemoine) Nichols.
So is the tritonia
, a small bulb which is ideal for the rock garden or the front of the herbaceous border.
Especially prized are plates of unusual plants, such as crested sida, crimson monarda, hairy wachendorfia, Norfolk-island lagunaea, prickly-leaved massonia, sweet-scented tritonia
, and winged-podded sophora.
Feeding biology and ecological impact of an introduced nudibranch, Tritonia
plebeia, New England, USA.
had not spread out the dense hair and covered over