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Definition of Marsupia

Marsupia
Marsupium Mar*su"pi*um, n.; pl. Marsupia. [L., a pouch], (Anat. & Zo["o]l.) (a) The pouch, formed by a fold of the skin of the abdomen, in which marsupials carry their young; also, a pouch for similar use in other animals, as certain Crustacea. (b) The pecten in the eye of birds and reptiles. See Pecten.

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- M.N.; Feijó, A.; Langguth, A. (2015). "Pequenos mamíferos do Ceará (Marsupias, morcegos e roedores sigmodontíneos) com discussão taxonômica de algumas...
- incurrent aperture. Fertilised eggs move from the gonads to the gills (marsupia) where they further ripen and metamorph into glochidia, the first larval...
- Novel insights into the phylogenetic relationships of the endangered marsupia genus Potorous. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 64: 592-602 Johnston...
- Li, 2018 — Thailand Pseudopoda marmorea Jäger, 2001 — Nepal Pseudopoda marsupia (Wang, 1991) — China, Thailand Pseudopoda martensi Jäger, 2001 — Nepal...
- superfamily Cladocoroidea and the family Columastraeidae. Striatopora marsupia Sp. nov Valid Król, Zapalski & Berkowski Devonian (Emsian) Amerboh Group...
- incurrent aperture. Fertilised eggs move from the gonads to the gills (marsupia) where they further ripen and metamorph into glochidia, the first larval...
- female gonads (ovaries) into specialised areas of the gills known as 'marsupia'. At this stage, females are 'gravid'. Fertilised eggs of Westralunio carteri...
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- maeklongensis Zhao & Li, 2018 – Thailand P. marmorea Jäger, 2001 – Nepal P. marsupia (Wang, 1991) – China, Thailand P. martensi Jäger, 2001 – Nepal P. martinae...
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