One of the Mollusca.
It is a family of marine creatures having soft fleshy body surrounded by a calcareous shell. It includes the oyster and snail.
A large class (Mollusca) of invertebrate animals (as snails, clams, or squids) with a soft unsegmented body usually enclosed in a hard shell.
A mollusk is an animal with a soft body and an external skeleton or shell. The shell protects and supports this fragile animal. There are over 100,000 species of mollusks on the planet, but only a few produce the wondrous beauty of pearls.
a member of the phylum Mollusca, a group of marine and freshwater invertebrates with soft tissues that are protected by a hard shell composed of one or more parts
The invertebrate phylum which contains bivalves (i.e. oysters), gastropods (i.e. snails), and squids.
A group of invertebrate animals who have soft, non-segmented body covered, usually, by a hard shell; snails, clams, oysters, mussels and slugs are mollusks
marine invertebrate, from the phylum Mollusca
An organism in the phylum Mollusca (for example, snails, clams, or squids), whose soft, unsegmented body parts are frequently enclosed in a shell.
An invertebrate with a soft, unsegmented body, usually protected by a shell in one, two, or three pieces. The mollusks include clams, snails, slugs, squid, and octopuses. Most mollusks are aquatic.
An animal, such as a snail, squid, or octopus, with no backbone and a soft body that can be enclosed or partially enclosed by a shell.
Soft bodied animal that posses a head, food, and a mantle.
an invertebrate belonging to the phylum that includes bivalves, gastropods, and cephalopods.
Invertebrate animals with soft body coverings and shells of one to eight parts or sections. This group includes clams, mussels, oysters, abalone, and snails.
An animal in the Mollusk Phylum. Mollusks have soft bodies, which are usually inside a shell. Most of them live in water. This phylum includes clams, mussels, snails, and slugs.
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An invertebrate of the phylum Mollusca, typically having a calcified shell of one or more parts, enclosing the soft body of the animal.
A mollusk is an animal that carries it's house like a snail.
Member of Phylum Mollusca having a soft body and usually a shell; includes clams, snails, and octopuses
a soft-bodied animal, like a clam or squid
A very widespread type of invertebrate animal common in the fossil record. Ex: Cephalopods and gastropods.
An invertebrate animal such as a snail or shellfish.
A type of invertebrate including clams, bivalves, squid, and octopus.
Mollusk - Any invertebrate of the phylum Mollusca, characterized by a soft, unsegmented body, unsegmented appendages and, commonly, a protective shell.
Organisms (usually) with a hard outer shell and an open circulatory system. Members include snails, clams, oysters, scallops, mussels, and squid, among others in the phylum Molluska.
Member of the phylum Mollusca. Invertebrate animals with soft unsegmented bodies, a muscular foot, and a body enclosed in a mantle. Most mollusks have a calcareous outer shell.
The oyster, or other shellfish, used to produce pearls.
Soft-bodied marine and freshwater animals that often secrete some kind of protective shell. Members of this group include: clams, snails, octopus and squid.
Organisms in the phylum Mollusca - invertebrate animals with soft unsegmented bodies usually enclosed in a calcareous shell. close window
An invertebrate animal usually enclosed in a shell, such as an oyster, mussel or clam.
A group of freshwater and saltwater animals with no skeleton and usually one or two hard shells made of calcium carbonate. Includes the oyster, clam, mussel, snail, conch, scallop, squid, and octopus.
Any of a broad range of animals with a soft body that is protected by a hard calcareous shell such as clams.
Soft-bodied invertebrates of the phylum Mollusca, usually possessing a calcium carbonate shell; examples include chitons, oysters, clams, nautiluses, squids and octopuses.
a marine macroinvertebrate of the phylum Mollusca; a shellfish.
A member of the zoological phylum Mollusca, a category of soft-bodied invertebrates that live in shell Murawa, Murwari, Mirwareed
Mollusks are marine invertebrates with a soft, unsegmented body. Many have a calcerous shell around the body. Mollusks include squid, octopus, chitons, snails, and bivalves (like clams).