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Definition of the noun Capulidae
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Capulidae is a family of Littorinimorpha.
- synonyms: family Capulidae / Cerithiodermatidae / family Cerithiodermatidae / Lippistidae / family Lippistidae / Pileopsidae / family Pileopsidae / Siriidae / family Siriidae / Trichotropidae / family Trichotropidae
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Mollusca
- class: Gastropoda
- order: Littorinimorpha
- genus Ariadnaria
- genus Armenostoma
- genus Capulus
- genus Cerithioderma
- genus Ciliatotropis
- genus Cyclotheca
- genus Dalliella
- genus Discotrichoconcha
- genus Garzasia
- genus Hyalorisia
- genus Icuncula
- genus Icunula
- genus Inuncula
- genus Lippistes
- genus Lysis
- genus Minytropis
- genus Neoiphinoe
- genus Paxitropis
- genus Separatista
- genus Sirius
- genus Spirocrypta
- genus Spirogalerus
- genus Torellia
- genus Trichamathina
- genus Trichosirius
- genus Trichotropis
- genus Turbinopsis
- genus Turritropis
- genus Wexfordia
- genus Xuwenospira
- genus Zelippistes
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Capulidae is a family of Calyptraeoidea.
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by Bernd Würsig, J.G.M. Thewissen, Kit M. Kovacs
Recorded parasites include the cestode Phyllobothrium delphini, the nematode Anisakis simplex sensulato, and digeneans (Capulidae) of the genera Hadwenius and Oschmariella (Gasitúa et al ., 1999; Fernández et al., 2003). The largest animal known, a male from the Malvinas (Falkland) ...
by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose
the family Capulidae. It has been very commonly referred to the Brachiopodes, to which it has not the least resemblance, as has been lately proved by the dissection of the animal, published by Blainville. The animal has the peculiar property of secreting a shelly plate, which closes the base of the shell, so as to give the shell somewhat the appearance of a bivalve, to which class some Naturalists have been inclined to refer the genus. Generic character. Shell univalve, conical; apex ...
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