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The cone shells of Tayabas Bay (Neogastropoda: Toxoglossa) (Zoological papers) epub

by Jaime J Cabrera


The cone shells of Tayabas Bay (Neogastropoda: Toxoglossa) (Zoological papers) epub

ISBN: 9711320509

ISBN13: 978-9711320508

Author: Jaime J Cabrera

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Language: English

Publisher: National Museum (1984)

Pages: 117 pages

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Zoological papers ;, no. 13.

Published 1984 by National Museum in Manila, Philippines. Conus, Identification, Mollusks. Zoological papers ;, no. Classifications.

The shell of a neogastropod, the muricid species Chicoreus palmarosae. Neogastropoda includes many well-known gastropods including the cone snails, conchs, mud snails, olive snails, oyster drills, tulip shells, and whelks

The shell of a neogastropod, the muricid species Chicoreus palmarosae. Scientific classification. Neogastropoda includes many well-known gastropods including the cone snails, conchs, mud snails, olive snails, oyster drills, tulip shells, and whelks. The Neogastropoda all live in the sea, except Clea, and Rivomarginella that are freshwater genera. The neogastropods are most diverse in tropical seas. They are mostly predators, but some are saprophagous (scavengers). According to the taxonomy of the Gastropoda by Bouchet & Rocroi (2005) the clade Neogastropoda consists of these superfamilies

This paper describes and provides information on the species of the genus Conus (Neogastropoda:Conidae) preserved . The main use given to C. pica is as dietary complement of the local population, but the flesh and shells are commercialized at times

This paper describes and provides information on the species of the genus Conus (Neogastropoda:Conidae) preserved in the Laboratorio de Biología y Sistemática de Invertebrados Marinos de la Facultad de Ciencias Biológicas (LaBSIM) y el Museo de Historia Natural de la Universidad Nacional de San Marcos (MUSM). pica is as dietary complement of the local population, but the flesh and shells are commercialized at times. Shells are sold to artisans and used for souvenirs and handcraft manufactures.

neogastropods: whelks & cone shells.

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Cone snails of the genus Conus offer an excellent opportunity to explore global threats to marine molluscs owing to. .

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Sixty species classified under twenty-two subgenera and under one family of cone shells are described and illustrated in this report. it represents both the littoral and marine gastropod molluscs under this specific family. Keys have not yet been prepared, hence they were not included here. Generally, the available references, most especially the recent and more popular ones, no longer carry the necessary keys to facilitate determination of most molluscan species.