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mollusk with a low conical shell

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Within the Patellogastropoda, the spermatozoa of shal-low-water or intertidal species from four families, Patellidae, Nacellidae, Lottiidae, and Eoacmaeidae, have been described (Azevedo, 1981; Koike, 1985; Hodgson and Bernard, 1988, 1989; Hodgson and Chia, 1993; Hodgson, 1995; Hodgson et al.
Spermatozoal morphology of Patellogastropoda and Vetigastropoda (Mollusca: Prosobranchia).
Among gastropods, a long cohesive tuft of non-vibratile cilia arising from the center of the larval apical epidermis has been reported only for members of the Patellogastropoda (Smith, 1935; Dictus and Damen, 1997; Wanninger et al.
based on the retention of ancestral characters in its radular apparatus (docoglossate radula), the order Patellogastropoda (= Docoglossa) - including the Acmaeidae and Patellidae - is considered to be the earliest offshoot of Gastropoda (Haszprunar, 1988; McLean, 1990).