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Synonyms for Fissurella

type genus of the family Fissurellidae: keyhole limpets

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Teratologic cases on Fissurellidae have not been particularly well documented, and only two previous cases came to our attention, both on Fissurella (Carpenter, 1857; Mienis, 2002), but neither of them from the South Pacific Ocean.
RESUMEN: Este trabajo describe la anatomia microscopica del sistema reproductivo en las lapas Fissurella latimarginata y Fissurella cumingi, para examinar la posible existencia de un mecanismo de aislamiento reproductivo del tipo morfofisiologico y consecuentemente, determinar si el sistema reproductivo presenta algun caracter taxonomico valido que permita distinguir estas especies simpatricas.
External ridges on the gastropod shell have been shown to represent annual growth cycles in certain species of marine and freshwater genera [e.g., Fissurella crassa (Bretos 1980), Monodonta lineata (Williamson & Kendall 1981) various littoral species (Lewis et al.
For instance, infection rates of several invertebrate species, including the keyhole limpet Fissurella crassa, are significantly higher in marine protected areas (Loot et al., 2005; Wood et al., 2013).
For example, before 4,000 cal years BP most of the species harvested (50-100%) were large-sized forms, including Concholepas concholepas, Choromytilus chorus, Fissurella spp., and Mesodesma donacium; after 4,000 BP, the percentage of large-sized species drops to 40-60%, implying a change in the subsistence strategy towards preferential harvesting of smaller species, such as Scurria spp., Chlorostoma spp.
Cnidaria * (Verrill, 1899) ** Turbellarians Platyhelminthes * * (flatworm) NI * Polyplacophora (quiton) Mollusca * NI *** Acmaea subrugosa Mollusca * * (Orbigny,1846) *** Fissurella clenchi Mollusca * (Farfante,1943) *** Littorina ziczac Mollusca * * (Gmelin, 1791) *** Brachidontes Mollusca * * solisianus (Orbigny, 1846) *** Ostrea sp.
1 0.3 Tomidae Cochliolepis parasitica 0 0.0 Stimpson, 1858 Fissurellidae Fissurella sp.
The effect of human exclusion on the population structure of key-hole limpets Fissurella crassa and F.
Parasitic castration in Fissurella crassa (Archaeo-gastropoda) due to an adult digenea, Proctoeces lintoni (Fellodisto-midae).
FIS SURELLIDAE Diodora digueti Fissurella rubropicta HAMINOEIDAE Haminoea vesicula Haminoea virescens JANTHINIDAE Janthina janthina Janthina sp.
-- Unidad Estratigrafica 6, corresponde a una matriz arenosa con un abundante material malacologico de litoral rocoso, destacando la presencia de Concholepas concholepas y Fissurella sp.
palliopunctatus, Nodilittorina aspera (Philippi, 1846), Nerita scabricosta Lamark, 1822, Isognomon janus Carpenter, 1857, Nodilittorina modesta (Philippi, 1846), Petaloconchus complicatus Dall, 1908, Chama echinata Broderip, 1835, Hoffmannola hansi Marcus & Marcus, 1967, Lottia mitella (Menke, 1847), Petaloconchus macrophragma Carpenter, 1857, Chiton articulatus Sowerby, 1832, Fissurella gemmata Menke, 1847 y Mancinella triangularis (Blainville, 1832)(Cuadro 4).
(1) 0,3 0,9 Gastropoda Acanthina monodon (Pallas, 1774) 0,1 0,3 Calyptraea trochiformis Lamarck, 1804 8,8 9,1 Concholepas concholepas (Bruguiere, 1789) 0,5 0,7 Fissurella costata Lesson, 1831 Fissurella crassa Lamarck, 1822 0,2 0,4 Fissurella sp.1 0,4 0,5 Prisogaster niger (Wood, 1828) 1,2 2,1 Scurria scurra (Lesson, 1831) 23,8 9,3 Scurria variabilis (Sowerby, 1839) 0,2 0,4 Scurria viridula (Lamarck, 1822) 0,2 0,4 Tegula atra (Lesson, 1830) 2,9 6,3 Tegula luctuosa (d'Orbigny, 1841) 0,5 1,1 Polyplacophora Acanthopleura echinata (Barnes, 1824) 0,5 0,7 Chaetopleura peruviana (Lamarck, 1819) 0,7 1,6 Chiton granosus Frembly, 1827 Chiton magnificus Deshayes, 1827 Chitonidae indet.
2008) such as the commercially important species of abalone and a few species in the genus Fissurella. A description of developmental changes in the structure of the radula in the GKL and its comparison with other vetigastropods may help shed light on the types of food it can ingest in culture and natural habitats.