In fact, in this study, the largest number of places with the presence of molluscs
had residential occupancy along the water body, changes of domestic origin, such as garbage and sewage, and the presence of plant cover in the bed, very favorable to mollusc
fixation, especially M.
About 80,000 to 100,000 species of molluscs
have been recorded from various parts of the world.
If these areas are drained, the increased exposure to solar radiation at high temperatures may cause mortality in the mollusc
The population density of Lymnaea columella (Say, 1817) (Mollusca, Lymnaeidae) an intermediate host of Fasciola hepatica (Linnaeus, 1758), in the Caparao microregion, ES, Brazil/Densidade populacional de Lymnaea columella (Say, 1817) (Mollusca, Lymnaeidae) hospedeiro intermediario de Fasciola hepatica (Linnaeus, 1758) na microrregiao do Caparao, ES, Brasil
The present study addresses the potential vulnerability of the Mediterranean mollusc
aquaculture sector to climate change and ocean acidification, as well as to various other environmental pressures, through the implementation of a questionnaire developed for Mediterranean mollusc
producers from several countries and regions.
Paired chaetae associated with spiral shells of the late Early Cambrian mollusc
Pelagiella from the Kinzers Formation; taphonomy, functional morphology, and potential evolutionary relationships.
and bivalve molluscs
are good indicators for the long-term monitoring of metal pollution in the marine environment.
When he arrived at the Natal Museum in 1969, the institution's mollusc
collection comprised only about 9,000 catalogued lots--now contains nearly 150,000 catalogued lots.
San Diego California, USA) with mollusc
species and diets as the sources of variation.
If ever Mr Thome comes across a mollusc
in philosophical mode, perhaps he would let me know.
The section on marine invertebrates covers sponges, jellyfishes and echinoderms, molluscs
and corals and coral reefs, while the part on marine vertebrates describes marine reptiles and mammals (mainly dugongs) and fish and fisheries.
Last night a spokesman for the Environmental Health department said: "Paralytic and diarrhetic shellfish poisoning toxins are produced by algae and taken up into the food chain by filter feeding bivalve molluscs
pdf) on the issue, (released last December), EFSA noted the continuing virulence of salmonella infections in the EU, with 176,395 reported cases in 2005 and testing revealing its presence in cooked crustaceans and molluscs
and live bivalve molluscs