univalve


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Synonyms for univalve

used of mollusks, especially gastropods, as snails etc

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Supplement to number one of "A monograph of the limniades, or freshwater univalve shells of North America", containing descriptions of apparently new animals in different classes, and the names and characters of the subgenera in Paludina and Anculosa.
Supplement to number one of a "monograph of the Limniades, or freshwater univalve shells of North America" containing descriptions of apparently new animals in different classes, and the names and characters of the subgenera in Paludina and Anculosa.
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1840): Supplement to Number One of "A monograph of the Limniades, or fresh-water univalve shells of North America", containing descriptions of apparently new animals in different classes, and the names and characters of the subgenera in Paludina and Anculosa.
Most have a spiral, univalve shell, but there are gastropods without shells and others with simple shells that, at first glance, look like the shell of a bivalve.
This solitary midden at Northport contained some fifty carefully ground distal ends of the central stock, or columella, of a large univalve which, from its size and from the abundance of other parts of the shells nearby, were obtained from the "knobbed whelk" (Fulgar [=Busycon] carica).