Definition of Lymnaeidae. Meaning of Lymnaeidae. Synonyms of Lymnaeidae

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Definition of Lymnaeidae

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Meaning of Lymnaeidae from wikipedia

- Lymnaeidae, common name the pond snails, is a taxonomic family of small to large air-breathing freshwater snails, aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusks...
- to New Zealand. One or three species. Acroloxidae - about 40 species. Lymnaeidae, found worldwide, but are most numerous in temperate and northern regions...
- freshwater snails, aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Lymnaeidae, the pond snails. Some species are used in aquaculture under the name...
- freshwater snail, an aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Lymnaeidae. Limnaea stagnalis var. baltica Lindström, 1868: synonym of Lymnaea stagnalis...
- air-breathing freshwater snail, an aquatic pulmonate gastropod in the family Lymnaeidae, the pond snails. There is more than one named variety or form of this...
- freshwater snails, aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Lymnaeidae. This is a European genus. Species within the genus include: Omphiscola...
- freshwater snail, an aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Lymnaeidae. Radix auricularia is the type species of the genus Radix. Forms of Radix...
- hosts of F. hepatica are air-breathing freshwater snails from the family Lymnaeidae. Although several lymnaeid species susceptible to F. hepatica have been...
- The three most abundant families in terms of number of species are, the Lymnaeidae (pond snails), the Planorbidae (ramshorn snails) and the Physidae (pouch...
- life-cycle includes an intermediate host, freshwater snails from the family Lymnaeidae. Adult trematodes of Fasciolidae range in length from 2 cm, for species...
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