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SEVEN NEW YORKERIA SPECIES (CESTODA: TETRAPHYLLIDEA) FROM BORNEO AND AUSTRALIA AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR IDENTIFICATION OF CHILOSCYLLIUM (ELASMOBRANCHII: ORECTOLOBIFORMES) SPECIES
TLDR
Seven new species of tetraphyllidean cestodes from the genus Yorkeria are found, bringing the total number of Yorkeria species described worldwide to 12 and raising questions about the conspecificity of bamboo shark specimens identified as C. punctatum in Thailand, Borneo, and Australia. Expand
Molluscan resources of Kali river estuarine system in Karnataka
The present work has shown that there is an organized clam fishery for Meretrix meretrix, Paphia malabarica and Villorita cyprinoides in Kali River. The three species of clams show differentialExpand
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE SETTLEMENT AND COLLECTION OF PEARL OYSTER SPAT FROM TUTICORIN AREA
For the first time settlement and growth of pearl oyst«rs have be-en observed on granite stones forming the embankments of the New Tuticorin Port. Large numbers of pearl oyster spat have also beenExpand
Biological aspects of oysters
TLDR
Oysters enjoy a wide range of distribution and are ubiquitously present in different habitats and account for the voluminous literature on oyster biology that have come out during the past fifty years. Expand
Studies on maturity stages and spawning periodicity of Crassostrea madrasensis (Preston) at Tuticorin bay
Studies undertaken during 1976 on the gonadal maturity of the backwater oyster Crassostrea madtasensis at Tuticorin revealed a biannual spawning periodicity. March-April and August-September wereExpand
Molluscan shell deposits along Pinnakkayal—Valinokkom coast and their exploitation
Marine molluscan shell deposits are distributed at different places between Pinnal(ayal and Valmoltkom on the southwest coast of India and support a good shell lima Indutsry. The different areasExpand
Resources study of the clam Mesodesma glabratum (Lamarck) in the islands of the Gulf of Mannar
TLDR
A survey of twenty Islands lying between Tuticorin and Pamban in the Gulf of Manner during 1977 indicated extensive beds ranging from 0.25 to 1.50 sqkm of Mesodesma glabratum along the inter tidal zones of these islands which contained as much as 4,50,000 numbers each which is a seasonally renewable resource. Expand
On the larval stages of Solmundella bitentaculata Browne
TLDR
There is at present only very little information about the larval stages of Solmundella bitentaculata and S. mediterranea. Expand
Distribution and exploitation of oyster resources alongthe southeast and southwest coasts of India
The oysters are sedentary bivalve molluscs which are gregarious and found in aggregates attached by their right shell valve to hard substrata, forming oyster beds or oyster banks in variedExpand