nerita


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Noun1.Nerita - a neritid gastropod having a short smooth or spirally ridged shell with thick usually toothed outer lip and toothed operculumnerita - a neritid gastropod having a short smooth or spirally ridged shell with thick usually toothed outer lip and toothed operculum
neritid, neritid gastropod - operculate seasnail of coastal waters with a short spiral shell
genus Nerita - type genus of the Neritidae
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Tenders are invited for Shell Nerita Hv Grease For Cru Axle Bearing
Adams, 1855), Chapperon and Seuront (2011b) in Nerita atramentosa (Reeve, 1855), and Chapperon and Seuront (201 la) in Littoraria scabra (Linnaeus, 1758).
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Sandujza R, Weinheimer AJ, Enler KL, Adam M (1985) Unusual occurrence of flavoplumarine, an antibacterial pigment in the mollusk Nerita albicilla.
Board 15 HOME RANGES OF NERITA PELORONTA AND NERITA VESSICOLOR ON SAN SALVADOR, THE BAHAMAS.
The species Nerita peloronta (bleeding-tooth nerite), Nerita tassellata (checkered nerite), Nerita versicolor (four-toothed nerite), and Puperia pupa (zebra nerite) were frozen prior to study.
5 Old Name: Shell Nerita Hv Grease Packed In 18 Kg Containers
For example, Uneputty (2007) used operculum length and width to demonstrate allometric growth in the tropical marine snail Nerita undata, and Vermeij and Williams (2007) contrasted maximum operculum diameter and thickness by species to predict successfully the large-scale spatial distribution of turban snails (Turbinidae).
Marine shell is found throughout the sequence and is almost exclusively rocky platform taxa such as Nerita spp.
These middens, some of which are mounded, are composed predominantly of the bivalve mollusc Anadara granosa, with a few other taxa such as the bivalves Marcia hiantina and Saccostrea echinata (oyster) and gastropods Nerita sp, Telescopium telescopium, Terebralia semistriata and Volema cochlidium.