Synonyms for corbiculidae or Related words with corbiculidae

corbicula              fluminea              venerupis              atherinidae              sphaeriidae              thiaridae              scorpaenidae              octona              limacidae              dreissenidae              veronicellidae              milacidae              decapoda              siluridae              mytilidae              gobiidae              cardiidae              oblongus              excavata              granulata              bothidae              panopea              areolatus              kroyeri              sowerbyi              bythitidae              complanata              bradybaenidae              palaemonidae              argopecten              cirrhitidae              ostreidae              subulina              fruticicola              ophidiidae              challengeri              patagonica              perforatus              canaliculata              pangasiidae              physidae              granosa              diaphanus              cobitidae              anatina              scaridae              pomatiopsidae              cervicornis              ostrea              galaxiidae             



Examples of "corbiculidae"
Corbicula fluviatilis is a freshwater clam from family Corbiculidae.
Polymesoda is a genus of clams in the family Corbiculidae, or alternately, the Cyrenidae.
Polymesoda caroliniana, or the Carolina marsh clam, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Corbiculidae. It can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from Virginia to Texas.
Five species of introduced freshwater molluscs occur in Cuba. The main species are the thiarids "Tarebia granifera" and "Melanoides tuberculata" (family Thiaridae). Other species are "Pomacea diffusa" and "Marisa cornuarietis" (family Ampullariidae), and "Corbicula fluminea" (family Corbiculidae).
The Corbiculidae are a family of clams in the mollusc order Veneroida. They are known commonly as basket clams. The family name comes from the root "corbus" ("basket"), and was inspired by the concentric ribbing of the shells.
Polymesoda maritima, or the maritime marsh clam, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Corbiculidae. It can be found along the Gulf of Mexico coast, ranging from Florida to Texas.
Corbicula fluminalis is a species of freshwater clam, an aquatic bivalve mollusk in the family Corbiculidae. This species is distinct from, but often confused with, the rather similar species "Corbicula fluminea". Even though both species are native to Asia, they are both present as introduced species in the USA and Europe, and they are both commonly known as "Asian clams".