pulmonate

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  • Only one other large pulmonate, Succinea, has been found as a fossil.
  • While they belong to the pulmonate snails, they lack a true lung.
  • SEM images of love darts from eight different species of pulmonate land snails.
  • Like almost all pulmonate gastropods, these snails are hermaphrodites, having male and female sex organs.
  • These tiny cave snails are not closely related at all to the air-breathing or pulmonate land snails.
  • The pulmonate snails are hermaphroditic, meaning that both female and male sexual organs are present in the same individual.
  • Like most Pulmonate land snails, it is hermaphrodite and must mate to produce fertile eggs.
  • Snail is a common name that is applied most often to land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod molluscs.
  • Prior to reproduction, most pulmonate air breathing land snails perform courtship behaviors before mating.
  • They are shell-less marine (except of 5 species) pulmonate gastropod molluscs.
  • Semislugs are pulmonate slugs with a greatly reduced external shell which is in some cases partly covered by the mantle.
  • He made advances in ecological and population genetics in lepidopterans, pulmonate land snails and humans.
  • Like all pulmonate snails and slugs, it is a hermaphrodite, meaning that one single slug can start an infestation.
  • The clausilium is not the same thing as an operculum, which does not exist at all in pulmonate gastropods.
  • Like almost all pulmonate snails, it is a hermaphrodite.
  • Helix is a genus of large air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod molluscs.
  • Like all pulmonate land snails, ambersnails are hermaphroditic, having both male and female reproductive systems, and are believed to be capable of self-fertilization.
  • Like other pulmonate land gastropods, the majority of land slugs have two pairs of 'feelers' or tentacles on their head.
  • In other words, they are terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks.
  • However, some terrestrial pulmonate species are capable of secreting an epiphragm, a temporary structure that can in some cases serve some of the same functions as an operculum.
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