Trochidae


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Trochidae

[′träk·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of gastropod mollusks in the order Aspidobranchia, including many of the top shells.
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Of these, 10 species belongs to family Muricidae, 9 species to Neritidae, 6 species to Trochidae and 4 species to Bursidae.
pomum, Fasciolaria tulipa, Strombuspugilis, a few Trochidae species and the bivalves Pinctada imbricata, Spondylus americanus, Anadara floridana, A.
The most speciose families were the Cypraeidae (seven species), Ranellidae (seven), Muricidae (seven) and Trochidae (six).
Geology and description of Tertiary molluscs (Gastropods: Trochidae to Turritellidae).
Geology and description of Tertiary mollusks (Gastropods: Trochidae to Turritellidae).
16%), Polyplacophera (chitons) (12%), Trochidae (11%) and Tapes sulcarius (9%).
RHIZORIDAE Volvulella cylindrica SCAPHANDRIDAE Scaphander cylindrellus TROCHIDAE Solariella nuda Solariella peramabilis Agathistoma corteziana Agathistoma eiseni TURBINIDAE Panocochlea rubidum Pomaulax gibberosus TURRITELLIDAE Turritella nodulosa VERMETIDAE Serpulorbis squamigerusus MOLLUSCA, BIVALVIA ARCIDAE Anadara grandis CARDIIDAE Cardium rastrum Cardium sp.
Family Veneridae was the high diverse bivalves, while Trochidae was the high diverse gastropods.
The sensitivity of Trochidae to environmental conditions is manifested by reproductive cycle disturbances, fertility declines or larval developmental disorders and the effects observed in disturbed areas on aquatic invertebrates were already described by Conti et al.
zebra beds in Cubagua Island, Venezuela Taxqn Especie Mollusca, Gastropoda Fissurellidae Diodora cayenensis Diodora variegata Trochidae Calliostoma juvenum Calliostoma pulchrum Tegula excavata Tegula lividumaculata Turbinidae Astraea coelata Turbo castanea Nassariidae Nassarius consensus Nassarius vibex Calyptraeidae Crucibulum auricula Muricidae Chicoreus brevifrons Murex messorius Murex sp.
Morphological and molecular evidence now indicates that Synaptocochlea belongs within the Trochidae (Herbert 1998; Williams et al.
Smith, 1937) Eulithidium x thalassicola (Robertson, 1858) Trochidae Cittarium pica x (Linnaeus, 1758) Pseudostomatella x coccinea (A.