Synonyms for subulina or Related words with subulina

octona              subulinidae              denticulatus              angulosus              fenestrata              costatus              lirata              distorta              gastrocopta              alluaudi              morelet              dilatatus              brevicornis              exquisita              powelli              draparnaud              crenulatus              consobrina              watsoni              euconulidae              complanata              simroth              pallidula              iridescens              allopeas              bourguignat              kiesenwetter              consimilis              cincta              fenestratus              dohrni              inconstans              omphalotropis              delicatula              ferussaciidae              obesa              annulicornis              flavipennis              interrupta              sylvicola              parallelus              areolata              excisa              decorus              fruhstorferi              confluens              distinctus              lentiginosa              melanostoma              bicarinata             



Examples of "subulina"
The genus "Subulina" includes the following species:
"Subulina octona" serves as an intermediate host for:
"Subulina" is the type genus of the family Subulinidae.
This carnivorous snail eats other snails, such as "Subulina octona" and species of the family Pupillidae.
Subulina is a genus of small tropical air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Subulinidae.
Subulina striatella is a species of small air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Subulinidae.
The genus name refers to the fact that the shell of these snails loosely resemble that of the genus "Subulina".
Subulina octona is a species of small, tropical, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Subulinidae.
Turbonilla subulina is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies.
Subulina usambarica is a species of small, tropical, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Subulinidae.
In relation to introduced species is noteworthy that some of it was spread widely by middle natural environment among them are: "Achatina fulica" (Giant African Snail), "Arion subfuscus" "Subulina octona", and "Thiara granifera" "Melanoides tuberculata".
"Careoradula perelegans" feeds on carions. It has been recorded to feed on dead snail "Subulina octona". It evert an extensive rostrum, that is available in all carnivorous gastropods on the anterior part of the oesophagus, and it uses only muscular peristaltics instead of rasping by radula.
Common coquís reproduce over the entire year, but breeding activity peaks around the wet season. Females usually lay between 16 and 40 eggs, four to six times each year, at about eight-week intervals. Eggs are guarded from predators—other common coquís and "Subulina" snails—by the males. The gestation period of coquís is from 17–26 days. The maturation period, the time from egg to reproductive coquí, is around eight months.