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Synonyms for Pulmonata

large order of gastropods usually breathing by means of a lung-like sac comprising most land snails and slugs and many freshwater snails

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According to the data obtained for the present work, diet preference of little owl consisted of 92% Hexapoda (orders Coleoptera, Orthoptera and Dermaptera), 4% Rodentia, 2% Pulmonata, 1.
0 Otros invertebrados: Nematoda (Ne), Pulmonata (Pul), Annelida (Ane), Chilopoda (Chi), Crustacea (Cru), Decapoda (Dec), Trichoptera (Tri), Araneae (Ara), Peces: Peces digeridos y parcialmente digeridos (Pec), Escamas (Esc), Huesos (Hue), Material particulado (Mp) y Material animal digerido (Mad).
From the entire population dynamic structure, order Pulmonata, Hymenoptera, Coleoptera, Isopoda and Dermaptera were the most abundant.
Procedencia Phylum Mollusca, Clase Gastropoda, Subclase Pulmonata, Orden Eupulmonata, Suborden Stylommatophora Infraorden Sigmurethra, Familia Megalobulimidae Megalobulimus capillaceus 5 Dpto.
acuta belongs to the family Physidae, the order Basommatophora, the superorder Pulmonata, the class Gastropoda, and the phylum Mollusks.
This pattern appears to be characteristic for the Opisthobranchia and Pulmonata, and it strengthens the assumption that the Euthyneura (Opistho-branchia plus Pulmonata) form a single holophyletic group, in which the mesentoblast is formed at the 24-cell stage, distinctively earlier than in an allogastropod outgroup such as the Valvatoidea.
One of the most recent molecular phylogenetic studies of the Heterobranchia included Cylindrobulla beauii and Elysia viridis in their analyses and revealed that the two species formed a clade that is sister to a subgroup of the Pulmonata (Klussmann-Kolb et al.
Intraspecific life-history variation in Radix plicatulus (Gastropoda : Pulmonata : Lymnaei dae).
Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Streptaxidae), a new land snail from the Drakensberg range in Limpopo Province, South Africa, with notes on G.
Range extensions of two streptaxids in Mozambique (Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Streptaxidae).
Gastropoda, Pulmonata, Streptaxidae) a new species from Swaziland, southern Africa.