Nucula

Nu'cu·la noun [ Latin , little nut, dim. of nux , nucis , a nut.] (Zoology) A genus of small marine bivalve shells, having a pearly interior.
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nucula

<zoology> A genus of small marine bivalve shells, having a pearly interior. ... Origin: L, little nut, dim. Of nux, nucis, a nut. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Nucula

• (n.) A genus of small marine bivalve shells, having a pearly interior. • (n.) A genus of small marine bivalve shells, having a pearly interior.
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Nucula

(from the article `bivalve`) Nucula, from the subclass Protobranchia, reflects the primitive bivalve ancestor. Burrowing close to the sediment surface, Nucula is equivalve, ...
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Nucula

Nucula is a genus of very small saltwater clams, marine bivalve mollusks in the family Nuculidae, the nut clams. Species within the genus Nucula include: ...
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