from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. A division of Ctenophora including those which have two long tentacles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In some systems, a branch or prime division of echinoderms: contrasted with Ambulacrata and divided into three classes, Crinoidea, Cystoidea, and Blastoidea.
- A division of ctenophorans, including comb-jellies with two long tentacles. See cuts under Saccatæ.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. ctenophores have retractile tentacles
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Several snail species are foundin the mid-archipelago zone: Paludestrina jenkinsi, Theodoxus fluviatilis, Lymnaea peregra and Bithynia tentaculata.
The small tree and shrub layer is represented by four species of Rhododendron and Vaccinium and pitcher plants Nepenthes lowii, N. tentaculata and N. muluensis that are endemic to Gunug Mulu.
Succinea putris, Bithynia tentaculata, Cyclas cornea; and Mr. Prestwich mentions Cyclas amnica and fragments of a Unio, besides several land shells.
Cambrian sedimentary dykes in the Proterozoic basement of the Västervik area (southeast Sweden): episodic formation inferred from macro - and microfabrics Variation in Sr uptake in the shell of the freshwater gastropod Bithynia tentaculata from Lake Arreo (northern Spain) and culture experiments Glaciers and meltwater flux to Lake Baikal during the Last Glacial Maximum Recent sedimentary processes along the Makran trench (Makran active margin, off Pakistan)
J Acad Nat Sci Phil 12: 1-122. van Dam WI (1986) Embryonic development of Bithynia tentaculata
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