Ptenoglossa

Pte`no·glos'sa noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek ... feathered + ... tongue.] (Zoology) A division of gastropod mollusks having the teeth of the radula arranged in long transverse rows, somewhat like the barbs of a feather.
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ptenoglossa

<zoology> A division of gastropod mollusks having the teeth of the radula arranged in long transverse rows, somewhat like the barbs of a feather. ... Origin: NL, fr. Gr. Feathered + tongue. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Ptenoglossa

• (n. pl.) A division of gastropod mollusks having the teeth of the radula arranged in long transverse rows, somewhat like the barbs of a feather.
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Ptenoglossa

(from the article `gastropod`) ...globular predators on burrowing bivalves: bore a hole in the clamshell using acid secretions, then insert the radula to feed; common in most ...
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Ptenoglossa

The Ptenoglossa is an informal taxonomic group of sea snails. This group was considered paraphyletic or polyphyletic by Ponder and Lindberg (1997) in their classification of gastropod molluscs. ==Taxonomy== ...
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