Turbinidae


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Turbinidae

[tər′bin·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of gastropod mollusks including species of top shells.
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2 species each were reportedfrom families Turbinidae, Cerithidae, Potamididae, Naticidae, Conidae and Volemidae whereas 1 species each belongs to remaining 13 families.
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.
The most number of families Trochidae, Turbinidae, Cypraeidae, Olividae and Conidae are concentrated in stations of intertidal sandy beaches suitable for their habitats.
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.
Adams, 1845) Turbinidae Lithopomaphoebium x x x (Roding, 1798) * Turbo castanea x x x (Gmelin, 1791) * Cycloneritimorpha Neritidae Smaragdia viridis x (Linne, 1758) Caenogastropoda Cerithiidae Cerithium x x x eburneum (Bruguiere, 1792) * Cerithium x x litteratum (Born, 1778) Cerithium lutosum x (Menke, 1828) Cerithium x muscarum (Say, 1832) Cerithiopsidae Retilaskeya x bicolor (C.
Reproductive biology of two species of turbinidae (Mollusca:Gastropods).
tissoti (Petit, 1853), Morula granulata (Duclos, 1832), Turricula javana (Linnaeus, 1767) and Babylonia spirata (Linnaeus, 1758; Swainson, 1822), belonging to two orders namely, Archaeo- and Neogastropoda and five families (Trochidae, Turbinidae, Thaidae, Turridae, and Buccinidae) were studied.
Las familias mejor representadas para la primera clase fueron: Arcidae, Lucinidae y Veneridae, y para la segunda Turbinidae, Muricidae y Olividae (Cuadro 1).
Distribucion estratigrafica Nombre P E O M PL Q Familia Turbinidae Genero Astraea RODING, 1798 X Astraea (Astralium) cf.
This result suggests that the FISH technique is appropriate for other Turbinidae species and that the telomere sequence of T.