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Synonyms for Strombus

type genus of the family Strombidae

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Population assessment of the conch Strombus galeatus (Gastropoda, Strombidae) in Pacific Panama.
In El Caracol Strombus gigas: conocimiento integral para su manejo sustentable en el Caribe (D.
The queen conch, Strombus gigas (Gastropoda: Strombidae), is one of the most iconic molluscs throughout the tropical and subtropical western Atlantic Ocean.
The pipes and moons frequently were made from queen conch, Strombus gigas, shells which originated in the West Indies.
Experimental outplanting of juvenile queen conch, Strombus gigas: comparison of wild and hatchery-reared stock.
Population structure, larval dispersal, and gene flow in the queen conch, Strombus gigas, of the Caribbean.
They cite examples of prehispanic West Mexican bells and the Aeolian harp of ancient Greece, an instrument whose taut strings made audible by the passage of wind; archaeological readers may think of other earcons, such as the prehispanic Andean Strombus shell trumpet or the flat drum of native North America.
Unidentified spidercrab 166 Panulirus argus Caribbean spiny lobster 167 Panulirus guttatus Spotted lobster 168 Pennaeus duorarum Pink shrimp 169 Scyllarides aequinoctialis Shovel-nosed lobster 170 Strombus gigas Queen conch Total No.
Conserving populations at low abundance: delayed functional maturity and Allee effects in reproductive behaviour of the queen conch Strombus gigas.
AD 210) facade, elaborately-ornamented with three-dimensional sculptures of feathered serpents (the symbol of Quetzalcoatl), crocodilian headdresses--perhaps war-helmets --, and marine shells including Spondylus and Strombus, references to the distant waters of the Pacific and the Gulf of Mexico.
Today there are approximately 230 published scientific papers on queen conch, Strombus gigas.
Other negative effects of ocean acidification have been demonstrated in various species, including decreased growth in the sea urchins Hemicentrotus pulcherrimus and Echinometra mathaei and the gastropod Strombus luhuanus (Shirayama & Thornton 2005), and reduced fertilization success in the sea urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma (Havenhand et al.
Examples of Moche pottery are decorated with images of llama caravans carrying Strombus and Conus shell (and possibly Spondylus
queen conchs, Strombus gigas; coquina clams, Donax denticulata; and marshclams, Polymesoda placans, while industrial-scale fishermen land pink shrimp, P.
Gonad development and reproductive pattern of the fighting conch Strombus pugilis (Linee, 1758) (Gastropoda, prosobranchia) from Campeche, Mexico.