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Synonyms for whelk

a ridge or bump raised on the flesh, as by a lash or blow

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large marine snail much used as food in Europe

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large carnivorous marine gastropods of coastal waters and intertidal regions having a strong snail-like shell

gather whelk

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pica, together with its body size, coincides with that found in other gastropods such as Ancylus fluviatilis (Calow, 1975), Buccinum undatum (Kideys, 1998), B.
Size of maturity of the common whelk, Buccinum unclatum: is the minimum landing size in England too low?
The classifications for each stage followed descriptions of Buccinum isaotakii (e.g., Ilano et al., 2003) and Rapana venosa (e.g., Mann et al., 2006).
The Bigbendian fauna is indeed Pacific: its fossils include Astarte, Hiatella, Chlamys, Clinocardium, Mya, Macoma, Nuculana, Nucula, various species of the predatory gastropods Neptunea and the naticids Natica and Polinices, Buccinum (another predatory gastropod, Nielsen, 1975), and a sea otter (Enhydra?).
(2002) demonstrated that adult female snails (Buccinum undatum) are insensitive to TBT-induced imposex, whereas this response was readily discernible in juveniles.
polyphemus is the prefeiTed bait source for the whelk (Buscyon carica, Buccinum undatum, and Busycotypus canaliculatus; ASMFC, 2012) and eel (Anguilla rostra and Anguilla anguilla; ASMFC.
El deficit de heterocigotos es una caracteristica comunmente observada en moluscos marinos (Crassostrea gigas y Buccinum undatum) (Hedgecock et al.
2015) to much larger scale fisheries of certain whelk species such as Buccinum undatum and Busycotypus (=Busycon) canaliculatus (Marine Management Organisation 2016, Fisher & Rudders 2017).
+ Astarte fusca Poli, 1795 Barbatia barbata Linne, 1758 + Bittium latreilli Payraudeau, 1826 + Bittium reticulatum da Costa, 1778 + + Chamelea gallina Linnaeus, 1758 + Cardium tuberculatum Linnaeus, 1758 + Ceretostoma erinaceum + Cerithium scabridum Philippi, 1848 * Clumocardatum ciliatum + Conomurex persicus Swainson, 1821 * * Corbula gibba Olivi, 1792 Donax semistriatus Poli, 1795 + Donax vittatus da Costa, 1778 + Epitonium commutatum Monterosato + Gibbula richardi Payraudeau, 1826 + Oenopota turricula Montagu, 1803 + Mactra corallina Linnaeus, 1758 + Murex trunculus + + Buccinum undatum Linnaeus, 1758 + Murex brandaris + + Nassarius circumcinctus Adams A., 1852 + Nassarius gibbosulus Linne, 1758 + + Nassarius mutabilis Linne, 1758 + + Natica sp.
2) are similar to those recorded by Bailey and Laverack (1963, 1966) upon exposure of the osphradium of the common whelk (Buccinum undatum) to extracts prepared from the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis).
Currents, predators, and the aggregation of the gastropod Buccinum undatum around bait.
The use of operculum growth annuli has been validated for several whelk species, including Babylonia japonica (Reeve, 1942) (Kubo & Kondo 1953), Buccinum undatum (Linnaeus, 1758) (Santarelli & Gros 1985, Kideys 1996), Busycon carica (Kraeuter et al.