Monoplacophora


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Monoplacophora

a class of Mollusca which contains Neopilina, a limpet-like deep-sea form, which is known mainly from extinct forms.
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The Aplacophora, Monoplacophora, Polyplacophora, Bivalvia, and Scaphopoda are exclusively benthic and opaque.
Another class only recently studied which has mineralized compounds in its teeth is the Monoplacophora (= Tryblidiida) (iron oxide, Lindberg, 1986; Haszprunar, 1988; McLean, 1990).
Recognition of Monoplacophora and Gastropoda in the fossil record: a functional morphological look at the bellerophont controversy.