Dimya


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Dim´y`a


n. pl.1.(Zool.) An order of lamellibranchiate mollusks having an anterior and posterior adductor muscle, as the common clam. See Bivalve.
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Macropalaeontological works on the bivalve Dimya pamplonensis (Calzada and Astibia, 1996), turtles and sirenians (Astibia et al.
With the exception of a brief note on Dimya pamplonensis (Calzada and Astibia, 1996) nothing has been published to date about the fossil molluscs.
bifrons, Dimya pamplonensis and indeterminate ostreoids, the barnacle Arcoscalpellum sp.
caldesensis, Dimya pamplonensis and Chama granulosa, among others and its absence in the Itzagaondoa localities; on the contrary (3) the abundance of phytophagous gastropod Diastoma costellatum in the Itzagaondoa outcrops and its scarcity in the Ardanatz outcrops; and (4) the presence of Moniquia sp.
Dimya pamplonensis (Carez, 1881) Venericardia junctinova Cossmann, 1897 Chama pellati Boussac, 1911 Chama granulosa d'Archiac, 1850
ERDEM, Gokhan, "Stephen KINZER, Hilal ve Yildiz, Iki Dimya Arasmda Turkiye, Istanbul, Iletisim Yaymevi, 2003", Cilt 1, No 2, Bahar 2004, s.