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Definition of Equivalve

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Equivalve - definition of Equivalve by the Free Online Dictionary ...

a. 1. (Zool.) Having the valves equal in size and from, as in most bivalve shells. How to thank TFD for its existence? Tell a friend about us, add a link to this page, ...

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equivalve (comparative more equivalve, superlative most equivalve). (zoology, of the shells of a bivalve mollusc) Having valves of the same size (as is normal) ...

Equivalve - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster ...

Definition of EQUIVALVE. of a bivalve mollusk. : having valves equal in size and form —opposed to inequivalve — compare equilateral ...

• Verticipronus tristancnsis n.sp. Shell small mytiliform, equivalve ...

Shell small mytiliform, equivalve. Beaks terminal, capped by a prodissoconch without raised edges, but sculptured with fine, radiating lines. Anterior margin ...

Bivalvia taxonomy - Palaeos.org

Feb 7, 2012 ... They have a protobranch gill structure, an equivalved aragonite shell and taxodont ... Order Mytiloida (Equivalve and very inequilateral. With or ...

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equivalved definition from the mondofacto online medical dictionary.

Marine Bivalve Shells of the British Isles | Abra tenuis (Montagu, 1803)

Sep 5, 2011 ... Equivalve: Equivalve. Equilateral: Equilateral. Tumidity: Not tumid. Outline: Trigonal, posterior and anterior dorsal margins roughly same length ...

WCPTOC1.CHP:Corel VENTURA

Solecurtidae: shell equivalve, elongate-quadrate in shape, widely gaping at both ends; a strongly oblique sculpture sometimes present. Key to species of ...

An illustrated introduction to Lamarck's conchology: contained in his ...

Page 10 - ... more or less triangular and compressed, always longer than it is high, regular, equivalve, very inequilateral, posterior side shorter than the anterior ...