(redirected from Softshell)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
  • noun

Synonyms for Trionychidae

References in periodicals archive ?
Softshells, predominanatly the Chinese softshell Pelodiscus sinensisa species that is native to the Far East, are being farmed commercially in other parts of Asia (Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, peninsular Malaysia) exclusively for export.
To quote from Softshell, "If you own WordPerfect 6.
KEY WORDS: softshell clam, Mya arenaria, Maine, intertidal aquaculture, manipulative field experiment, predator-deterrent netting, clam farming
They range from the extraordinary-looking Red River giant softshell turtle, just FOUR of which remain, to the stunning blue spider, which is so rare no one knows how many - if any - survive.
95) offers a three-layer laminated, four-way stretch softshell for wind and waterproofing.
Dress to kill in Under Armour's Ridge Reaper Softshell Jacket ($200; www.
Consumers who buy a Browning X-Bolt rifle will receive a special-edition X-Bolt softshell jacket ($150 retail value), embroidered with the Browning and X-Bolt logos.
The Terriers' website currently has an online shop, which not only sells the home shirt but also has hats, scarves, softshell jackets, hooded tops, polo shirts, pennants, patches, pinbadges and shirts.
For warm-ups we delved into batter-fried seafood choices: Golden Squid and Softshell Crab Tempura ($5.
The Great Lakes have a moderating influence on the climate, allowing birds to overwinter and warm-water species, including the spotted gar and spiny softshell turtle, to survive this far north.
In these states, the annual harvests and dollar value of bay scallops were far smaller than those of the other important commercial mollusks, the eastern oysters, Crassostrea virginica, and northern quahogs, Mercenaria mercenaria, but they were higher than those of softshell clams, Mya arenaria (Table 1).
I, meanwhile, had the good fortune to start my dinner with a world-beating preparation of fried softshell crab ($13).
The record for the pallid softshell turtle (Apalone spinifera pallida) and the discovery of the green tree frog populations could be due to human intervention (Phillips et al.
A new study published in Nature magazine reveals the molecular basis for resistance and accumulation of paralytic shellfish toxins (PSTs) in softshell clams.