As in most parts of Brazil, the Northern region of Espirito Santo presents municipalities with serious public sanitation problems, which provides ideal conditions for the maintenance of mollusc
breeding sites, such as schistosomiasis transmitters.
diversity in India- Exploitation and conservation challenges in the 21st century, pp: 37-64.
Vegetation samples were collected from the area to determine the presence of mollusc
The population density of Lymnaea columella (Say, 1817) (Mollusca, Lymnaeidae) an intermediate host of Fasciola hepatica (Linnaeus, 1758), in the Caparao microregion, ES, Brazil/Densidade populacional de Lymnaea columella (Say, 1817) (Mollusca, Lymnaeidae) hospedeiro intermediario de Fasciola hepatica (Linnaeus, 1758) na microrregiao do Caparao, ES, Brasil
Despite its relatively low significance at the world level (~ 1% of total production), Mediterranean mollusc
mariculture is economically relevant to some regions and countries.
Tossed in the ebb and flow of the tide, buried in the sand and often washed up on the beach, shells are the exoskeletons of marine molluscs
2010), similar to the modern bivalve Neotrigonia, indicating that the earliest mollusc
shells tended to be more flexible in parts than in most modern molluscs
Seashells are a hard, protective outer layer created by an animal that lives in the sea known as molluscs
, which is the second largest animal species in general.
In recent years researchers have focused their attention on the identification of possible bioindicators for trace metal pollution such as the gastropod molluscs
By this means, therefore, Dick made an enormous contribution to enhancing the extent to which the Natal Museum's mollusc
collection reflected the true diversity of the South African marine mollusc
It seems reasonable that some might be useful for mollusc
It's like trying to get through to a mollusc
in a coma.
The project, "Improvement of the production and spread of technology in mollusc
aquaculture," is jointly funded ($2.