Synonyms for plicatula or Related words with plicatula
Examples of "plicatula"
Distribution of "Lucidella
" include West Indies.
Like all the species in this family, "Macrogastra
" has a clausilium.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Solariellidae.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Buccinidae, the true whelks.
is a species of land snail with an operculum, terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Helicinidae.
is a species of air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Clausiliidae, the door snails.
gibbosa, or the Atlantic kitten's paw, is a species of bivalve mollusc in the family Plicatulidae. It can be found along the Atlantic coast of North America, ranging from North Carolina to the West Indies.
The following species are all listed as Endangered on the TSC Act: Coast Euodia "(Melicope vitiflora)", "Amyema
", Short-footed Screw Fern "(Lindsaea brachypoda)", Green-leaved Rose Walnut "(Endiandra muelleri subsp. bracteata)", Narrow-leaf Finger Fern "(Grammitis stenophylla)" and Tree Guinea Flower "(Hibbertia hexandra)". The majority of these species are listed because of the restricted range and are threatened by habitat clearing, fragmentation, fire, local extinction due to small populations and illegal collection.
Vertical sequence or facies hierarchy display that the facies sequence of the basal clastic member indicates a progradational preitidal sequence. While those of the rudist-bearing member and limestone member represent a cyclic progradtion of high energetic/storm facies above an open marine low energetic fore shoal subtidal facies. The facies sequence of the Acteonella-bearing member reflects two facies associations comprising open marine subtidal assemblage and shoal or bank facies. The latter facies represents the bank that the robust thick shelled Durania arnaudi with the coralline sponge heads accreted local mounds in restricted areas El-Hassana dome. The vertical facies hierarchy of the flint-bearing chalky limestone member suggests a renewed shoaling of the depositional accommodation, shifting to inner-platform setting and a progradation of mobile bioclastic shoals or banks. The stacking of the sedimentary facies in the
-bearing member indicates an accumulation in an open shallow sea (inner platform) with intermittent supply of fine terrigenous clastics and clays. (Hanan.S.M. Badawy, Geology Dept., Faculty of Science, Beni Suef, Egypt)
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