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Odostomia acuta

The shell is rather solid, but semitransparent and lustrous, with microscopic close spiral striae, and still more minute, flexuous, crowded growthlines. The shell is whitish with a tinge of flesh-color. There are six whorls besides the embryonic ...

                                               

Odostomia alia

The white, shiny, slightly ovoid shell grows to a length of 1.6 mm. The teleoconch contains four smooth, turreted whorls. The body whorl measures ⅔ of the total length of the shell. The growthlines are leaning forward adapically with respect to t ...

                                               

Odostomia improbabilis

This species occurs in the following locations: European waters ERMS scope. Mauritania. (Мавритания) Canary Islands. (Канарские Острова) Mediterranean Sea. (Средиземное Море) Cape Verde. (Кабо-Верде) Congo. (Конго) Portuguese Exclusive Economic Z ...

                                               

Odostomia striolata

This species occurs in the following locations: Portuguese Exclusive Economic Zone. Mediterranean Sea. (Средиземное Море) Spanish Exclusive Economic Zone. Greek Exclusive Economic Zone. European waters ERMS scope. Macaronesian Islands. (Макаронез ...

                                               

Odostomia suboblonga

This species occurs in the following locations: United Kingdom Exclusive Economic Zone. Spanish Exclusive Economic Zone. Europe. (Европа) Morocco. (Марокко) Canary Islands. (Канарские Острова) Portuguese Exclusive Economic Zone. Madeira. (Мадейра ...

                                               

Ondina mosti

Ondina mosti is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies. This species was named after B. van der most, a former member of the Malacological working group, the Hague.

                                               

Parthenina clathrata

This marine species occurs in the following locations: Irish Exclusive economic Zone. Spanish Exclusive Economic Zone. United Kingdom Exclusive Economic Zone. European waters ERMS scope. Portuguese Exclusive Economic Zone. Greek Exclusive Economi ...

                                               

Parthenina flexuosa

This marine species occurs in the following locations: Portuguese Exclusive Economic Zone. European waters ERMS scope. Spanish Exclusive Economic Zone. Greek Exclusive Economic Zone.

                                               

Parthenina indistincta

This marine species occurs in the following locations: United Kingdom Exclusive Economic Zone. Greek Exclusive Economic Zone. Portuguese Exclusive Economic Zone. European waters ERMS scope. Irish Exclusive economic Zone. Spanish Exclusive Economi ...

                                               

Parthenina interstincta

Parthenina interstincta is a rather widely distributed species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies.

                                               

Parthenina sarsi

Parthenina sarsi is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies. The species is one of a number within the genus Parthenina.

                                               

Parthenina terebellum

This marine species occurs in the following locations: Greek Exclusive Economic Zone. European waters ERMS scope. United Kingdom Exclusive Economic Zone. The Canaries. (Канары) Portuguese Exclusive Economic Zone. Spanish Exclusive Economic Zone.

                                               

Peltodoris atromaculata

Peltodoris atromaculata, more commonly known as the dotted sea slug or sea cow, is a species of sea slug, a dorid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Discodorididae. It dwells in salt water up to the depth of 40m. It is exclusive ...

                                               

Persicula persicula

Persicula persicula, common name: the spotted marginella, is a species of very small sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk or micromollusk in the family Cystiscidae.

                                               

Phorcus atratus

The height of the shell varies between 17 mm and 24 mm, its diameter between 16 mm and 19 mm. The solid, imperforate shell has a conical shape. The spire is conical. The apical whorls are eroded, the following dull cinereous or purplish-black, ma ...

                                               

Phorcus sauciatus

The size of the shell varies between 11 mm and 27 mm. The imperforate, rather thin shell has a low conical shape. The coloration is excessively mutable, as well as the general form. Its ground color is greenish, especially on the body whorl, usua ...

                                               

Pleurobranchaea meckeli

Pleurobranchaea meckeli is a species of sea slug, specifically a side gill slug or notaspideans. It is a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Pleurobranchaeidae.

                                               

Prunum amygdalum

Prunum amygdalum, common name: the almond marginella, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Marginellidae, the margin snails.

                                               

Pseudobabylonella minima

The size of the small, fusiform shell varies between 5 mm and 9 mm. It has a white to pale brown color. The paucispiral protoconch has an elaborate sculpture that is different from the teleoconch. This teleoconch has up to five whorls with broad ...

                                               

Pseudoscilla babylonia

Pseudoscilla babylonia, common name the Babylon pyram, is a species of small sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies.

                                               

Pseudoscilla bilirata

This marine species occurs on the Atlantic coast of Africa, from Morocco in the north to Angola in the south. It also occurs on the Canary Islands, Madeira and the Savage Islands, but it does not occur in Cape Verde and São Tome and Principe.

                                               

Pyrgolidium internodulum

The shell has a rosy color. The length of the shell varies between 3 mm and 7 mm. The whorls of the teleoconch are flattened with straight narrow ribs, becoming evanescent at the periphery of the body whorl. The interspaces are much wider, with t ...

                                               

Schwartziella peregrina

The very slender shell attains a height between 5.2 mm and 6.6 mm. The protoconch contains 1.5 whorl and the teleoconch ca. 7.5 whorls. The protoconch is smooth. The teleoconch shows strong, opisthocline, slightly flexuous axial ribs ca. 14 on th ...

                                               

Sinezona cingulata

The size of the extremely minute shell varies between 0.6 mm and 1 mm. The white, fragile and thin shell has a globose-turbinate shape. The spire is very short and obtuse. The three whorls are very convex, and rapidly increasing. They are sculptu ...

                                               

Siphonaria pectinata

Siphonaria pectinata, common name the striped false limpet, is a species of air-breathing sea snail or false limpet, a marine heterobranch gastropod mollusc in the family Siphonariidae, the false limpets.

                                               

Spiralinella incerta

Spiralinella incerta is a rather widely distributed species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies.

                                               

Stramonita haemastoma

Stramonita haemastoma, common name the red-mouthed rock shell or the Florida dog winkle, is a species of predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Muricidae, the rock snails.

                                               

Strioturbonilla sigmoidea

This marine species occurs in the following locations: United Kingdom Exclusive Economic Zone. Spanish Exclusive Economic Zone. Mediterranean Sea. (Средиземное Море) European waters ERMS scope. Morocco. (Марокко) Angola. (Ангола) Atlantic Europe. ...

                                               

Sveltia lyrata

Sveltia lyrata, common name lyrate nutmeg, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Cancellariidae, the nutmeg snails. The kind of Plastic known in the fossil record from the Paleocene to the Pliocene age range: from 55 ...

                                               

Syrnola endolamellata

The shell of this species can be easily recognized by its low whorls. Furthermore, in contrast to most Eulimella species, there are four or five teeth, forming a ridge, on the inner part of the outer lip. These teeth can also be found in the foll ...

                                               

Tiberia minuscula

This marine species occurs in the following locations: European waters ERMS scope. Spanish Exclusive Economic Zone: Canary Islands. Mediterranean Sea: Greece, Morocco. Portuguese Exclusive Economic Zone. Cape Verde. (Кабо-Верде)

                                               

Trabecula jeffreysiana

This species has been generally cited in the combinations Chrysallida jeffreysiana or Odostomella jeffreysiana but must be restored to its original combination since Trabecula is currently treated as a valid genus.

                                               

Tragula fenestrata

This species has a wide distribution and occurs in the following locations: Western Mediterranean Sea Spain. Eastern Mediterranean Sea Greece. Atlantic Ocean Portugal. (Атлантический Океан Португалия)

                                               

Tricolia tenuis

The size of the shell varies between 6 mm and 11 mm. The oval, elongated shell is rather thin, and shining. The elevated spire has a conic shape. It is composed of 4-5 somewhat convex whorls, separated by slightly impressed sutures. The aperture ...

                                               

Tritia denticulata

The length of the shell varies between 20 mm and 35 mm. The shell has a high conical spire and a globose body whorl. The protoconch is cyrtoconoid almost with the shape of a cone, but having convex sides with about 3 whorls. The teleoconch contai ...

                                               

Tritia reticulata

Tritia reticulata, common name the "netted dog whelk" is a species of small European sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Nassariidae, the dog whelks or nassa mud snails.

                                               

Trivia candidula

This species occurs in the Mediterranean Sea, in the North Atlantic Ocean, off West Africa, off Angola, in the Caribbean Sea.

                                               

Turbonilla amoena

This species occurs in the following locations: Atlantic Europe. (Атлантическая Европа) European waters ERMS scope. Morocco. (Марокко) Cape Verde. (Кабо-Верде) Azores. (Азорские острова) Canary Islands. (Канарские Острова) Mediterranean Sea. (Сре ...

                                               

Turbonilla lactea

The length of the shell varies between 3 mm and 8 mm. The shell consists of almost stright-sided whorls with deep, flat sutures. Its shell, marked with "thick, flat, slightly sinuous, oblique costae" that are "indistinct on the first whorl" and p ...

                                               

Turbonilla magnifica

The shell has a white or pinkish white color and is often beautifully iridescent. Its length measures 12 mm. The teleoconch contains 11-12 whorls, somewhat flattened, rounded at the impressed suture. They are longitudinally ribbed with curved rib ...

                                               

Turritriton kobelti

Turritriton kobelti is a species of predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Cymatiidae. This species is a possible synonym or a subspecies of Turritriton gibbosus. I can only say genetic research.

                                               

Vitreolina philippi

Vitreolina philippi is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Eulimidae. The species is one of a number within the genus Vitreolina.

                                               

Eulima lactea

Eulima lactea is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Eulimidae. The species is one of a number within the genus Eulima. It is found in the Red Sea.

                                               

Hastula hectica

Hastula hectica, common name the sandbeach auger, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Terebridae, the auger snails. Length of shell varies between 30 mm and 80 mm.

                                               

Periclimenes pholeter

Periclimenes pholeter, is a species of shrimp belonging to the family Palaemonidae. The species is closest to Periclimenes indicus, P. obscurus and P. toloensis, resembling these species in the presence of an epigastric tooth on the carapace, the ...

                                               

Kerguelen shag

The Kerguelen shag is a species of cormorant endemic to the Kerguelen Islands in the southern Indian Ocean, one of the most isolated places on Earth. Many authorities consider it a subspecies of the imperial shag.

                                               

Southern fin whale

The southern fin whale is a subspecies of fin whale that lives in the Southern Ocean. At least one other subspecies of fin whale, the northern fin whale, exists in the northern hemisphere.

                                               

Heteropsammia

These corals consist of free-living, single polyps, of a diameter of around 2.5 cm. They form a symbiotic relationship with a sipunculid worm, Aspidosiphon corallicola. The worm lives in a cavity situated on the under surface of the coral and it ...

                                               

Hymenopenaeus furici

Hymenopenaeus furici is a species of prawn in the family Solenoceridae. They live in the Western Indian Ocean near Madagascar, with a depth range from 1000 to 1525 meters deep.

                                               

Fragum nivale

Fragum nivale is a species of cockle in the family Cardiidae, that lives in the Western Indian Ocean, in benthic environments. It has a body length of 1.2 cm, and the embryos are developed into a swimming trocophore larvae, that resemble an immat ...

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