Strombus gigas

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Synonyms for Strombus gigas

a large variety of conch


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Gonad behavior during peak reproduction period of Strombus gigas from Banco Chinchorro.
"Densities and Age Structure of Fished Versus Protected Populations of Queen Conch (Strombus gigas L.) in the Turks and Caicos Islands." Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute.
Phototaxis and vertical migration of the queen conch (Strombus gigas linne) veliger larvae.
The queen conch (Strombus gigas) is a large marine gastropod harvested intensively throughout the Caribbean for its meat and shell.
Settlement and recruitment of queen conch (Strombus gigas) in seagrass meadows: associations with habitat and micropredators.
Several authors (Kitching and Lockwood 1974, Alcolado 1976, Hamilton 1980, Wellington and Kuris 1983, O'Loughlin and Aldrich 1987, Foin 1989) have suggested that local differences in shell morphology of Strombus gigas, Cypraea ssp., Melongena corona, Lepsiella spp., Calliostoma zizyphinum, and Purpura spp.
Growth parameters and density variation of a queen conch, Strombus gigas (Neotaenioglossa: Strombidae), population from Xel-Ha park, a marine protected area.
Effect of temperature and acidification in Strombus gigas (Mesogastropoda: Strombidae) larvae.
Seagrass beds support an abundance of queen conch (Strombus gigas), and endangered West Indian manatees (Trichechus manatus) are frequently seen feeding in these areas.
The queen conch (Strombus gigas) is a tropical marine gastropod common to shallow-water seagrass habitats throughout the Caribbean bio-province.
Phototaxis and vertical migration of queen conch (Strombus gigas Linne) veliger larvae.
Shell shape variation of queen conch Strombus gigas (Mesograstropoda: Strombidae) from Southwest Caribbean
Queen conch, Strombus gigas, are marine benthic gastropods found in seagrass beds and sand flats throughout the tropical Atlantic (Randall, 1964; Brownell and Stevely, 1981).