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The Mitrella mesnyi or Rumdul is the National Flower of the Kingdom of Cambodia.

Manual of the New Zealand mollusca /.

Wellington, N. Z. :J. Mackay, govt. printer,1913-1915..

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The Macoma above I found on the beach; the Macoma below I spotted exposed in the Purisima a moment later. Age difference; about 2 million years...w.t.

(菲律賓)-金絲麥螺 (中文名暫定)

Mitrella eximia (Reeve, 1846)-(Philippines)

 

(澳洲)-舌形麥螺 (中文名暫定)

Mitrella ligula (Duclos, 1840)-(Australia)

 

Identifier: zoologicalillust02swain

Title: Zoological illustrations, or, Original figures and descriptions of new, rare, or interesting animals, selected chiefly from the classes of ornithology, entomology, and conchology, and arranged according to their apparent affinities

Year: 1829 (1820s)

Authors: Swainson, William, 1789-1855 Bayfield, George Dall, William Healey, 1845-1927, former owner. DSI

Subjects: Birds Insects Mollusks Shells Zoology

Publisher: London : Baldwin & Cradock

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he 2nd type, to which our present species strictlybelongs. The representation of this group among theVolutes, will be found in Voluta Zebra and its allies. Mitrella fusca is small, and of great rarity ; our ownspecimen, beautifully perfect, is the only one we have yetseen. MITRELLA ocellata. Shell icliitcish, the lotvcr half of the principal ichorl brown, tcitha band of alternate rifous and white spots, and tnarkcd tcithreticulated white lines, and remote sulcalcd stria?, internallypunctxired; spire, and upper part of the body ichorl, delicatelyplaited, the plates crossed by transverse lines of excavateddots. This species has probably been overlooked as a variety ofM. Fissurella ; its markings, indeed, are partially the same,but its sculpture, and even its form, proves it to be distinct.The alternate white and rufous spots bear a fanciful resem-blance to eyes. The description of M. Olivixformis hasalready been given at PI. 48, in the first volume of ourforjiier Series.Mitrannc, PI. 6.

 

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MA H <iAR Ir A 11 +■. Tl | MARGARITA crocata.Oranye Pearl-Oyster. Order Acepbala. Family Margaritadoe. Nob. MargaritaD.E. Animal byssiferous, attached to marine bodies bya fascicle of tendinous filaments. Shell fbliaceous, tlie centreinternally pearly and iridescent: the form irregular; the mar-gins fragile and transparent. Nob. Genera. Margarita. Malleus. Perna. Pinna. (Vulsella ?) Lam. Sub-genera? Avicula. Crenatula. Inoceramus. Auct. Generic Character. Margarita. See Leach. Zool. Miss. 1. p. 107. (1814.) (Meleagrina. Lam. Syst. 1819.^ Specific Character. Shell subquodrate, sqiiamose, fulvous or yelloii, the ear oj^ the rightvalve diluted and scarcely sinualed, that of the left valve verysmall: inside silvery blue, hinge smooth. It is the animal of this j^enus of Shells, which in sicknessand disease, produces the true oriental Pearl : the costlyornament of sovereig-ns, and the chaste foil of beauty. Aninteresting account of the Pearl fisliery of Ceylon, will befound in Mr. Wood

  

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Granulated Castor Bean (Maculotriton serriale) and Mitrella tayloriana from the Solitary Islands Marine Park headlands on the north coast of NSW Australia.

(台灣)-茄形麥螺

Mitrella bella (Reeve, 1859)-(Taiwan)

 

Identifier: dasgebissderschn02tros

Title: Das Gebiss der Schnecken zur Begründung einer natürlichen Classification

Year: 1856 (1850s)

Authors: Troschel, F. H. (Franz Hermann), 1810-1882 Thiele, J. (Johannes), b. 1860

Subjects: Gastropoda

Publisher: Berlin : Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung

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Reeve. Fig. 5. Desgleichen von Pisania fusiformis Blainv. Fig. 6. Desgleichen von Pisania tincta Stimps., copirt von Stimpson American Journal of Conchology I. pl. 8. flg. 4. Fig. 7. Desgleichen von Clavella distorla L. (Triunipliis Gray), copirt nach Mörch Journal de Conchy- liologie 1858. pl. 9. fig. 8. Fig. 8. Desgleichen von Cantharus undosus h Fig. 9. Desgleichen von Cantharus flaviflamnia Reeve. Fig. 10. Desgleichen von Metula niitrelia Ad. et Reeve. Fig. 11. Desgleichen von Euthria Cornea L. (Fnsus lignarins Lam.). Fig. 12. Desgleichen von Euthria lineata Chemn. Fig. 13. Desgleichen von Cassidulus melongena L. Fig. 14. Desgleichen von Hemifusus tuba Gm. Fig. 15. Desgleichen von Hemifusus ternatanus Gm. Fig. 16. Desgleichen von Pugilina niorio L. Fig. 17. Desgleichen von Pugilina vespertilio (Murex pugilinus Born, Pyrula vespertilio Lara.). Fig. 18. Desgleichen von Volema paradisiaca Reeve (Pyrula citrina Lam.). Fig. 19. Desgleichen von Myristica aspera Marl. JjmicL Ä. Taf. W.

 

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Ifoff-enscfiüicr Tafel IX. Fi. 1. Ein Glied aus der Radula von Columbella niercatoria L. Fig. la. Eine Seitenplatte derselben, aufgericljtet. Fig. 2. Ein Glied aus der Radula von Columbella rustica L. Fig. 3. Ein Glied aus der Radula von Columbella punctata Lam. Fig. 4. Ein Glied aus der Radula von Columbella (Nitidella) nitida L. Fig. 5. Eine Seitenplatte aus der Radula von Columbella (Alia) unicolor Sow., copirt nach Moerch Journal de Concbyliologie VII. pl. 9. fig. 3.Fi. 6. Ein Glied aus der Radula von Pyrene semipunctata Lam.Fig. 7. Ein Glied aus der Radula von Pyrene (Mitrella) scripta L. Fig. 8. Ein Glied aus der Radula von Pyrene (Astyris) rosacea Gould (Tritonium HolböUii Loven).Fig. 9. Ein Glied aus der Radula von Pyrene (Anachis) rugosa Sow.Fig. 10. Zwei Glieder aus der Radula von Pyrene (Strombina) gibberula Sow., copirt nach Moerch .lournal de Concbyliologie VII. pl 9. fig. 6.Fig. 11. Ein Glied aus der Radula von Strigatella (Zierliana) Woldemarii Kien,Fig. 12. Ein Glied

  

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