Euthyneura


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Eu`thy`neu´ra


n. pl.1.(Zool.) A large division of gastropod molluske, including the Pulmonifera and Opisthobranchiata.
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Phylogenetic analysis of Euthyneura (Gastropoda) by means of the 16S rRNA gene: use of a 'fast' gene for 'higher-level' phylogenies.
Advantages of naming species under the PhyloCode: an example of how a new species of Discodorididae (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Euthyneura, Nudibranchia, Doridina) may be named.
En resultados las familias siguen principalmente el ordenamiento de Hubricht (1985) el cual se basa en el Handbuch der Palaezoologie (Seccion Euthyneura) de Zilch (1959-1960), de Taylor y Sohl (1962) en parte y el del Florida Museum of Natural History.
This pattern appears to be characteristic for the Opisthobranchia and Pulmonata, and it strengthens the assumption that the Euthyneura (Opistho-branchia plus Pulmonata) form a single holophyletic group, in which the mesentoblast is formed at the 24-cell stage, distinctively earlier than in an allogastropod outgroup such as the Valvatoidea.
Miscellaneous notes on southern African Gastropoda Euthyneura (Mollusca).
Handbuch der paleozoologie, 6 (2) Euthyneura: 4481-834.
On the central nervous system of Smeagolidae and Rhodopidae, two families questionably allied with the Gymnophora (Gastropoda: Euthyneura).
Indeed, some classifications join the opisthobranchs and pulmonates under a single taxon known as Euthyneura (Haszprunar, 1988).
Gastropoda Orthogastropoda Neritimorpha Helicinoidea Helicina orbiculata (terrestrial) Apogastropoda Architaenioglossa Viviparoidea Campeloma decisum (freshwater) Pomacea bridgesi (freshwater) Heterobranchia Euthyneura Pulmonata Basommatophora Physa gyrina (freshwater) Helisoma trivolvis (freshwater) Stagnicola elodes (freshwater) Stylommatophora Archachatina ventricosa (terrestrial) Bradybaena similaris (terrestrial) Arion subfuscus (terrestrial)
En resultados las familias siguen principalmente el ordenamiento de Hubricht (1985) el cual se basa en el Handbuch der Palaeozoologie (Seccion Euthyneura) de Zilch (1959-1960), de Taylor y Sohl (1962) en parte y el del Florida Museum of Natural History.