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us: Chitons

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  • Instance Of

  • Scheme Membership(s)

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  • Variants

    • us: Amphineura
    • us: Coat-of-mail shells
    • us: Loricata
    • us: Polyplacophora
    • us: Polyplacophorans
  • Use For

  • Broader Terms

    • us: Mollusks
  • Earlier Established Forms

  • Sources

    • found: Common and sci. names of aquatic invertebrates from the U.S. and Canada. Mollusks, 1998: p. 21 (Class Polyplacophora--chitons)
    • found: Vaught, K.C. A classification of the living Mollusca, 1989: p. viii (Class Polyplacophora. One order, Neoloricata, with 3 suborders: Lepidopleurina, Ischnochitonina, Acanthochitonina)
    • found: Goto, Y. A listing of living Mollusca, 1996: pt. 2, v. 1, p. 26 (Polyplacophora)
    • found: Integrated Taxonomic Info. System, Nov. 19, 1999 (Polyplacophora. Vernacular name: not available. Rank: Class. Usage: valid. Synonyms: Amphineura, Loricata. Phylum: Mollusca)
    • found: Elsevier's dict. of biology, 1998 (Amphineura, see Polyplacophora; Polyplacophora, polyplacophorans, chitons, a class in the phylum Mollusca. In some classifications, chitons are considered as an order (or subclass) in the class Amphineura)
    • found: Lawrence, E. Henderson's dict. of biological terms, 1995: (Amphineura: class of marine molluscs, commonly called chitons; Polyplacophora: a class of molluscs which includes the chitons; chitons: common name for the Polyplacophora, a class of marine molluscs)
    • found: Syn. liv. org.: v. 1, p. 953-954 (Class Polyplacophora. Chitons or coat-of-mail shells. Consists of single subclass Neoloricata. Three orders: Lepidopleurida, Ischnochitonida, Acanthochitonida)
  • LC Classification

    • QL430.13-QL430.14
  • Change Notes

    • 1986-02-11: new
    • 2000-04-19: revised
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