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Related to Pectinidae: Ostreidae
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Noun1.Pectinidae - scallops
mollusk family - a family of mollusks
escallop, scollop, scallop - edible marine bivalve having a fluted fan-shaped shell that swim by expelling water from the shell in a series of snapping motions
genus Pecten - type genus of the family Pectinidae: sea and bay scallops
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Although this form of oocyte degeneration has been mentioned and/or described in mature and residual oocytes in Pectinidae (Tang 1941, Christiansen & Oliver 1971, Dorange & Le Pennec 1989, Motavkine & Varaksine 1989, Le Pennec et al.
Number of species of bivalves distributed in each family reveals that 12 species belongs to family Veneridae, 5 species to Arcidae, 3 species to Ostreidae and 2 species to Pectinidae.
Thin-shelled bivalves such as Pectinidae from fine quartz sands are generally represented by small fragments, this means resedimentation process in situ or an incipient reworking.
Family Veneridae recorded the most abundant (1917 bivalves, 85% of the recorded bivalves) while families Mytiloidea, Ostreidae, Plicatuloidea, Pectinidae, Spondylidae, Carditoidea and Arcticoidea were represented by less than ten valves for each (Table II, Fig.
2 0 0 Parvilucina clenchi 96 18 0 Parvilucina multilineata 2 0 15 Pectinidae 1 5 0 0 Periploma sp.
2009), y a la fecha ya ha sido utilizado especificamente como codigo de barras en bivalvos de la familia Pectinidae (Feng et al.
Los pectinidos se encuadran sistematicamente dentro de la familia Pectinidae Wilkes, 1810, y constituyen uno de los grupos de bivalvos mas importantes en los depositos terciarios y en los mares actuales del mundo.
Three taxa, Pectinidae, Asaphis, and Theodoxis were restricted to Layer III.
Three-dimensional reconstructions of pallial eyes in Pectinidae (Mollusca: Bivalvia).
In present study, bivalves belonging to families Arcidae, Ostreidae, Pectinidae, Placunidae, Corbiculidae, Psammobiidae, Trapezidae and Veneridae were recorded.