Tridacnidae


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Noun1.Tridacnidae - large marine hard-shell clamsTridacnidae - large marine hard-shell clams  
mollusk family - a family of mollusks
genus Tridacna, Tridacna - type genus of the family Tridacnidae: giant clams
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2017) has prompted the listing of all Tridacnidae in Appendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species since 1985 (UNEP-WCMC 2016a, 2016b) and on the International Union for Conservation of Nature Redlist since 1986 (IUCN 2016).
The great number of fish remains that have been recovered from archaeological sites, as well as long lived clams species such as the tropical Tridacnidae, may yield a wealth of information in the future that can refine local chronologies.
Observations on the symbiosis with zooxanthellae among the tridacnidae (Mollusca, Bivalvia).
Included are the reef-building scleractinian corals, many alcyonarians, all of the about eight species of giant clams of the family Tridacnidae, and a few other bivalves (Maruyama et al.
Taylor agreed with t heir conclusions and later identified the dinofiagellates from several species of Tridacnidae as S.
The giant clams belong to the genera Tridacna and Hippopus (Rosewater, 1965, 1982; Yonge, 1980) in the family Tridacnidae.