Veneracea

Ven`e`ra´ce`a


prop. n. p1.(Zool.) An extensive tribe of bivalve mollusks of which the genus Venus is the type. The shells are usually oval, or somewhat heartshaped, with a conspicuous lunule. See Venus.
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Population dynamics of Venus antiqua (Bivalvia: Veneracea) in the Bahia de Yaldad, Isla de Chiloe, southern Chile.
2008) Eurhomalea Protothaca rufa Lamarck, thaca Species 1819 Molina, 1782 Order, Veneroidae, Veneroidae, superfamily, Veneracea, Veneracea, family Veneridae Veneridae Geographical From Gulf From Callao, distribution of Panama, Peru, to (Alamo & Panama, Chonos Valdivieso to Conception, Archipelago, 1987, Guzman et Chile Chile al.
The effects of acidic sea water on young carpetshell clams Venerupis decussata (L.) (Mollusca: Veneracea).
The effects of acidic sea water on young carpet-shell clams Venerupis decussata (L.) (Mollusca: Veneracea).