A phylum of shelled invertebrate organisms; includes snails (gastropods) and bivalves.
Large group (phylum) of mostly aquatic invertebrates including mussels, snails, octopuses, etc.; soft bodied, often with a hard shell.
The invertebrate phylum containing gastropods, bivalves, and squids (Ecology of Atlantic Shorelines 1999).
Biological class of animals including slugs, snails, mussels, etc.
Animals from the Phylum Mollusca. They are soft-bodied and many have a radula. Many, such as snails and clams, produce a protective shell. Others don't have a shell, such as slugs, octopuses, squids and cuttlefish.
An organism in the phylum Mollusca (for example, snails, clams, or squids), whose soft, unsegmented body parts are frequently enclosed in a shell.
a phylum of invertebrates, including snails, clams, octopuses, squids, and others
Molluscs are a large group of animals with more than 120,00 living species. They include familiar animals such as slugs, snails, squids, octopuses and many shellfish such as mussels, oysters and clams. Their shells and bony parts make very common fossils and can tell us a great deal about the environment in which they lived.
A group of invertebrates with soft bodies that occur in marine and freshwater and on land. They breath using gills and many species have protective shells.
soft-bodied, unsegmented invertebrates usually having a calcareous shell, such as snails, octopus, and squids