Definition of Spirula. Meaning of Spirula. Synonyms of Spirula

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Definition of Spirula

Spirula
Spirula Spir"u*la, n. [NL., dim. of L. spira a coil.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of cephalopods having a multilocular, internal, siphunculated shell in the form of a flat spiral, the coils of which are not in contact.

Meaning of Spirula from wikipedia

- Spirula spirula is a species of deep-water squid-like cephalopod mollusk. It is the only extant member of the genus Spirula, the family Spirulidae, and...
- mineralized coleoids (Spirula, Sepia, and Metasepia) as a clade; however, others do recover this more parsimonious-seeming clade, with Spirula as a sister group...
- Spirulida is an order of cephalopods comprising one extant species (Spirula spirula) and several extinct taxa. Oldest representative: Carboniferous, though...
- Cyclostrema spirula is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Liotiidae. Examination (Warén & Bouchet 1988) of the holotype...
- zone and seabed Cephalopoda squid, octopuses, cuttlefish, nautiluses, Spirula, belemnites†, ammonites† 900 marine Scaphopoda tusk s**** 500 marine 6–7...
- a genus of cyanobacterium Spirulina (suborder), a group of cephalopods Spirula, the only extant member of that suborder Spiralinella, a genus of very...
- gastropods, but it is also found in s****ed cephalopods including Nautilus, Spirula and the large extinct subcl**** of cephalopods known as the ammonites. A...
- polyplacophorans (or chitons), and cephalopods (such as nautilus and spirula). These s**** are very often the most commonly encountered, both in the...
- Mastigoteuthis glaukopis Mastigoteuthidae Onykia ingens Onychoteuthidae Semirossia tenera Sepiolidae Spirula spirula Spirulidae Todarodes pacificus Ommastrephidae...
- floating objects, such as drifting wood, buoyant s**** of organisms such as Spirula, or man-made flotsam. Examples include goose barnacles and the bryozoan...
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