Tentaculata


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The presence of Valvata piscinalis and Valvata pulchella in high quantities, and the relative abundance of Lithoglyphus acutus decipiens and Bithyinia tentaculata imply the dominance of a lacustrine environment fed by fresh water and rivers.
tentaculata is suspected to be responsible for the introduction of 3 species of parasites new to the Great Lakes: Sphaeridiotrema sp.
The development of Bithynia tentaculata (Prosobranchia, Gastropoda) after removal of the polar lobe.
ensifolius (melayak), Garcinia borneensis (empanak), Gardenia tentaculata (landak), Ixora mentanggis (mentangis), Pternandra teysmanniana (gelagan), Memecylon edule (kebesi), Syzygium claviflora (masung) and Timonius salicifolius (kerminit).
In this paper, we explore the ecological and genetic consequences of pollination by sexual deceit in the orchid Caladenia tentaculata.
Further description of Cruzia tentaculata (Rudolphi, 1819) Travassos, 1917 (Nematoda: Cruzidae) by light and scanning electron microscopy.
I Ikaros (JGI protein ID 199858), Leech Zinc Finger 2 (Helobdella triserialis Hb also known as LZF2: CAA62741), Platynereis dumerilii Hb (AM232683), Drosophila melanogaster Hb (AAF54270), Drosophila sechellia Hb (CAA06504) Euscelis plebejus Hb (AAA29120), Calliphora erythrocephala Hb (L01591), Clogmia albipunctata Hb (CAA10281), Bombyx mori Hb (AAM34284), Apis mellifera Hb (XP393692), Caenorhabditis elegans Hbl-1 (AP063235), Caenorhabditis elegans Aiolos (NP001024851), Bythnia tentaculata Hb (P31505), Artemia franciscana Hb (AM055593), Chaetopterus sp.
Mollusc shells, among which Bithynia tentaculata is most abundant, are present in substantial numbers at the upper limit of the unit.
Muller, 1806) New Jersey Cirratulidae Timarete tentaculata (Montagu, 1808) Europa occidental Phyllodocidae Eumidia sanguinea Oersted, 1843 Dinamarca Hesionidae Podarke obscura Verrill, 1873 Mar Caribe Syllidae Syllis (Syllis) gracilis Grube, 1840 Mar Mediterraneo Nereididae Nereis rusei Grube, 1857 Mar Caribe N.
Bithynia tentaculata (van Dam 1986), and Ilyanasa obsoleta (Clement 1952) from the 28- to the 37-cell stage; in Littorina obtusata (Delsman 1914), and Crepidula fornicata (Conklin 1897) at the 24-cell stage.
Histochemical observations on carbohydrates, lipids and enzymes in digenean parasites and host tissues of Bithynia tentaculata.
A relevant example may be the mollusk Bithynia tentaculata, which appears to have become adapted to, and successfully reproduces in, the eastern part of the Bay of Finland, which is known to be polluted by copper.
We also provide significant range extensions for Serrivomer jesperseni, Thalassenchelys coheni, and Venefica tentaculata along the British Columbia coast.