Molecular Phylogenetic Analysis of Indian Apple Snail.
Ampullariidae and Viviparidae, were included to facilitate the placement of additional fossils. Two ampullariid species, Pila polita and Pomacea bridgesii, were selected to cover the maximum distance within the family (Hayes et al., 2009). Two species were. Classification Species 16s 18s 28s COI H3 Cyclophoroidea.
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The family Aplustridae, occurring in the waters of Singapore, is reviewed. The family is represented in Singapore waters by Hydatina albocincta and Hydatina zonata. Diagnoses, figures, records, and other information on both species are provided as part of an effort to document the diversity of the malacofauna in Singapore.
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Nyah Kur language (558 words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Diffloth, G. (1984). The Dvaravati Old-Mon language and Nyah Kur. Chulalongkorn University Printing House, Bangkok. ISBN 974-563-783-1 Huffman, F.E. (1990).
In particular, Pomacea canaliculata (Caenogastropoda, Ampullariidae) is an obligate air-breather that relies mainly or solely on the lung for dwelling in poorly oxygenated water, for avoiding predators, while burying in the mud during aestivation, and for oviposition above water level.