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nerite

(ˈnɪəraɪt)
n
(Animals) any member of the family of small sea snail or freshwater snail Neritidae
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Therefore, data obtained from the literature have been supplemented with new data on the cleavage patterns in embryos of Theodoxus fluviatilis, Ampullaria cf.
Theodoxus fluviatilis were collected from the southern border of the "5e Plas" parallel to the "Tienhovens Kanaal," about 15 km north of Utrecht.
The most common species were Peringia ulvae, Cerastoderma glaucum, Mytilus trossulus, Macoma balthica, Mya arenaria, and Theodoxus fluviatilis.
59 19 7 Gammarus oceanicus Segerstrale 3 1 Gammarus salinus Spooner 7 2 Gammarus zaddachi Sexton 18 Hediste diversicolor (Muller) 12 4 27 Idotea balthica (Pallas) 56 19 52 Idotea chelipes (Pallas) 173 11 4 27 Idotea granulosa Rathke 1 1 Jaera albifrons Leach 10 4 Leptocheirus pilosus Zaddach 3 1 Macoma balthica (Linnaeus) 56 25 21 71 Mya arenaria Linnaeus 63 28 38 12 Mytilus trossulus Gould 150 214 46 382 Neomysis integer (Leach) 1 2 Palaemon adspersus Rathke 1 Peringia ulvae (Pennant) 306 58 25 144 Praunus flexuosus (Muller) 1 1 Radix balthica (Linnaeus) 15 Saduria entomon (Linnaeus) 4 2 Theodoxus fluviatilis (Linnaeus) 47 50 17 56 Total number of species 19 12 8 21
Gray) 0 0 0 1 1 Praunus flexuosus (Miiller) 0 0 0 0 0 Praunus inermis (Rathke) 0 0 0 0 0 Radix balthica (Linnaeus) 1 1 1 1 1 Saduria entomon (Linnaeus) 0 0 0 1 0 Subclass Hirudinea 1 0 0 1 0 Subclass Oligochaeta 1 1 1 1 1 Tenellia adspersa (Nordmann) 0 0 0 1 0 Theodoxus fluviatilis (L.
The largest differences were due to the bivalves and gastropods Mytilus trossulus, Macoma balthica, Mya arenaria, Cerastoderma glaucum, Theodoxus fluviatilis, and Dreissena polymorpha.
3 Stagnicola palustris 3 Tenellia adspersa 3 Terebellides stroemi 3 Theodoxus fluviatilis 2 Trichoptera 3 Valvata macrostoma 2 Valvata piscinalis 3 Viviparus viviparus 2 Table 3.
tigrinus were chironomid larvae, the cockle Cerastoderma glaucum (Poiret), and the gastropod Theodoxus fluviatilis (L.