Arcidae


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Noun1.Arcidae - ark shellsArcidae - ark shells        
mollusk family - a family of mollusks
Arca, genus Arca - type genus of the family Arcidae: ark shells and blood clams
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if harvest increases then Noah's Ark might become a case of overexploited "niche products" (Hrs-Brenko 1980), similar to the cogeneric turkey-wing ark, Arca zebra in Venezuela (Miloslavich & Huck 2009) and other Arcidae worldwide (Stern-Pirlot & Wolff 2006).
Anadara tuberculosa (Sowerby, 1833), popularmente conocida en la region Tumbes como concha negra, es un molusco bivalvo perteneciente a la familia Arcidae, que se distribuye a lo largo de la costa del Oceano Pacifico, desde Baja California, Mexico hasta Tumbes, Peru (Espinosa, Delgado, Orobio, Mejia-Ladino, & Gil-Agudelo, 2010; Cruz, Fonseca, & Chavarria-Solera, 2012); habita la zona intermareal, asociada a los sustratos fangosos, arcillosos o limo-arcillosos del ecosistema de manglar (Mendoza & Peralta, 2004).
In present study, bivalves belonging to families Arcidae, Ostreidae, Pectinidae, Placunidae, Corbiculidae, Psammobiidae, Trapezidae and Veneridae were recorded.
Al nivel estratigrafico de 2713 metros se presenta un nivel muy delgado (7-15 mm) de especies de la familia Arcidae, indicador de ambientes marinos (Gomez et al.
Anadara tuberculosa pertenece al filo Mollusca, clase Bivalvia, orden Arcoida y familia Arcidae.
Each of the families Chamoidea and Arcidae were represented by 3 species.
It is categorized under the kingdom of Animalia, phylum of Mollusca, class of Bivalvia, subclass of Pteriomorphia, order of Arcoida, family of Arcidae, genus of Anadara, and species of granosa [16].
The Recent Arcidae (Mollusca: Bivalvia) of southern Africa and Mozambique.
Naticidae Globularia fischeri (Dall, 1915) * * Polinices hepaticus subclausus (Sowerby, 1859) * Marginellidae Prunum coniforme (Sowerby, 1850) * Cancellariidae Cancellaria scalatella Guppy, 1873 * Rissoinidae Melanopsis cepula (Guppy, 1866) * Bivalvia Arcidae Arca transversa Linne,1758 * Anadara modesta (Grzybowski, 1899) * Area cf.
Their margins differentiate into descending and ascending limbs of the filament, as already described for Arcidae and Mytilidae (Ridewood, 1903).
In Peninsular Malaysia, Anadara granosa of the family Arcidae is a commercially important species.