10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SCAPHOPOD»
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Mollusca: Aplacophora, Polyplacophora, Scaphopoda, Cephalopoda
Some scaphopod species in the Australian fauna have broad geographical
ranges — a significant number occurring throughout the Indo-West Pacific (see
also Scarabino 1995), but many appear to be very restricted in their distribution
The Light and Smith Manual: Intertidal Invertebrates from ...
At least 13 scaphopod species may be found in the sediments off the central
California coast (Emerson 1978, Baxter 1987, Shimek and Moreno 1996, Shimek
1997, 1998). A number of these are from very deep water and are unlikely to be ...
Sol Felty Light, James T. Carlton, 2007
U.S. Geological Survey professional paper
The fauna of the lower unnamed shale member is still more diversified; from it
were collected 18 species (12 genera) of pelecypods, 1 species of scaphopod,
15 species (12 genera) of gastropods, and 22 species (9 genera) of ammonites.
Geological Survey (U.S.), 1962
Geological Survey Professional Paper
In contrast, the logarithmic curvature of the scaphopod shell is slight. In the
longtudinal direction of a boring there is virtually no change in curvature; thus, the
drilling is into a cylinder. Because the odontophore and radula in the mouth of the
Geological Survey (U.S.), 1983
A Monograph of the East American Scaphopod
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The Mollusks: A Guide to Their Study, Collection, and ...
more important factors in scaphopod distribution patterns than depth alone.
Stratigraphic: The earliest reports of scaphopods in the geologic record, from the
Ordovician [505-440 MYA (million years ago)] and Devonian (410-360 MYA),
Charles F. Sturm, Timothy A. Pearce, Ángel Valdés, 2006
Phylogeny and Evolution of the Mollusca
Palmer, C.P., Boyd, D.W., and Yochelson E.L. 2004. The Wyoming Jurassic fossil
Dentalium sub- quadratum Meek, i860 is not a scaphopod but a serpulid worm
tube. Rocky Mountain Geology 392: 85-9,. Palmer, C. P., and Steiner, G. 1998.
W. F. Ponder, David R. Lindberg, 2008
Crustaceans and the Biodiversity Crisis: Proceedings of the ...
161, 28.vi.1982, depth 3340-3440 m, 29°51.1'N 28°07.0'W, North Atlantic, in a
scaphopod shell with encrusting zoanthid. Remarks. — PI I: not seen: PI II: paired
, symmetrical, biramous; PI III-V: paired, asymmetrical, left biramous, right ...
Frederick R. Schram, Jan Carel von Vaupel Klein, 1999
A Color Guide to the Petrography of Carbonate Rocks: Grains, ...
Comparison of wall structures of scaphopods and other tube- shaped fossils
Schematic transverse and longitudinal sections through a scaphopod, a vermetid
gastropod, and a serpulid worm tube. The scaphopod has thin, clear inner and ...
Peter A. Scholle, Dana S. Ulmer-Scholle, 2003
Channel Island Marine Molluscs: An Illustrated Guide to the ...
An Illustrated Guide to the Seashells of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Sark and
Herm Paul Chambers. CLASS SCAPHOPODA There are around 500 extant
species of scaphopod (or tusk shells) most of which live in deep water and are
6 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SCAPHOPOD»
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Mantle margin morphogenesis in Nodipecten nodosus (Mollusca …
Although gastropods and scaphopods most often display a simple, swollen projection in the mantle rim, in a few gastropods the mantle margin is molded into ... «BMC Blogs Network, May 15»
4000-Year-Old Necklace Is Chiefly Made of Mollusc Shells
“Dog whelks and scaphopods were likely to be available locally so these people did not have to travel far to get hold of the raw materials for their beads,” says ... «Softpedia, Jun 14»
'Winter Count' brings indigenous storytelling method to the Gospel
The 16 dentalia at the bottom are scaphopod mollusk shells. ENS photo/Mary Frances Schjonberg. Some Sioux have revived the Sun Dance, and some ... «Episcopal News Service, Jun 12»
The Importance Of Being A Mollusk
The squid, another mollusk, also lacks a shell. Instead, it has a cuttlebone, a hard structure buried deep within its body. The scaphopods look like tiny tusks. And ... «Neon Tommy, Jun 11»
Taranaki: On the hunt for ancient treasure
At the spot where the Mokau River reached the sea, we spent many happy hours discovering the fossil of a scaphopod mollusc or tusk shell, semi-precious ... «New Zealand Herald, Jan 11»
TGIF: Molluscs for Home Decor
Amazing plush molluscan anatomy, complete with plus key, from Jessica Polka. This is the bivalve, but she's also got a scaphopod and a laterally viewed chiton. «Deep-Sea News, Jan 11»