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Pomacea bridgesii (Apple Snail) Apple Snail side view symbol,vector,illustration,mollusca,gastropoda,mesogastropoda,ampullariidae,pomacea,bridgesii,Apple,Snail,
Pomacea bridgesii (Apple Snail)Vector Graphic (SVG) Emily NastaseIntegration and Application Network32 views3 downloads (Details)Apple Snail side viewAdd to lightbox
Rangia cuneata (Atlantic Rangia) The Atlantic Rangia or wedge clam Rangia cuneata originates from the Gulf of Mexico. From there this bivalve colonized the Atlantic coast of North-America and Europe. The species mainly live in estuaries, brackish and freshwater. In ports, the Atlantic Rangia can become a pest as it establishes itself in industrial cooling pipes where it can obstruct optimal water flow. symbol,vector,illustration,Animalia,Mollusca,Bivalve,Heterodonta,Euheterodonta,Imparidentia,Mactroidea,Mactridae,invasive,ballast water,common rangia,wedge clam,brackish water clam
Rangia cuneata (Atlantic Rangia)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane ThomasIntegration and Application Network177 views24 downloads (Details)The Atlantic Rangia or wedge clam Rangia cuneata originates from the Gulf of Mexico. From there this bivalve colonized the Atlantic coast of North-America and Europe. The species mainly live in estuaries, brackish and freshwater. In ports, the Atlantic Rangia can become a pest as it establishes itself in industrial cooling pipes where it can obstruct optimal water flow.Add to lightbox
Strombus gigas (Queen Conch) The queen conch is an important cultural and economic resource for Caribbean countries, but populations are in decline due primarily to overfishing and poaching. symbol,vector,illustration,gastropod,shell,seagrass,SAV,conservation,protection,endangered,threatened,destruction,stock,resource,management,tourism,human
Strombus gigas (Queen Conch)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network153 views19 downloads (Details)The queen conch is an important cultural and economic resource for Caribbean countries, but populations are in decline due primarily to overfishing and poaching.Add to lightbox
Mytilus galloprovincialis (Mediterranean Mussel) The Mediterranean mussel is a species of bivalve, a marine mollusc in the family Mytilidae. It is an invasive species in many parts of the world, as well as an object of aquaculture in Spain and China. ian,symbol,vector,aquaculture,filter feeder,introduced,non-native
Mytilus galloprovincialis (Mediterranean Mussel)Vector Graphic (SVG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network628 views133 downloads (Details)The Mediterranean mussel is a species of bivalve, a marine mollusc in the family Mytilidae. It is an invasive species in many parts of the world, as well as an object of aquaculture in Spain and China.Add to lightbox
Fresh shellfish for sale This beach at Los Ayala is very popular with Mexican tourists who come to enjoy Semana Santa week (Easter) at this Mexican resort town. Many vendors turn out and sell local produce and seafood such as these raw cockles and oysters. Topped with hot sauce and lime juice, they are a tourist favorite. Los Ayala,Nayarit,Mexico,Pacific,fishing,tourism,shellfish,mollusc
Fresh shellfish for salePhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network281 views3 downloads (Details)This beach at Los Ayala is very popular with Mexican tourists who come to enjoy Semana Santa week (Easter) at this Mexican resort town. Many vendors turn out and sell local produce and seafood such as these raw cockles and oysters. Topped with hot sauce and lime juice, they are a tourist favorite.Add to lightbox
Shellfish for sale Beach vendors at Los Ayala sell seafood such as these raw cockles and oysters. Topped with hot sauce and lime juice, they are a tourist favorite. Los Ayala,Nayarit,Mexico,Pacific,mollusc,oyster,cockle,fishing,tourism,food
Shellfish for salePhoto (JPG) Jane HawkeyIntegration and Application Network288 views3 downloads (Details)Beach vendors at Los Ayala sell seafood such as these raw cockles and oysters. Topped with hot sauce and lime juice, they are a tourist favorite.Add to lightbox
Tridacna gigas (Giant Clam) Illustration of Tridacna gigas (Giant Clam), which is classified Vulnerable by the IUCN due to overharvesting. symbol,vector,illustration,molluscs,Animalia,Mollusca,Bivalvia,Heterodonta,Euheterodonta,Cardioidea,Tridacninae,Tridacna gigas,Giant Clam,taklobo
Tridacna gigas (Giant Clam)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network875 views109 downloads (Details)Illustration of Tridacna gigas (Giant Clam), which is classified Vulnerable by the IUCN due to overharvesting.Add to lightbox
Trochomorpha apia Illustration of Trochomorpha apia, a snail endemic to Samoa and American Samoa. It is classified as Endangered by the IUCN. symbol,vector,illustration,molluscs,Animalia,Mollusca,Gastropoda,Gastrodontoidea,Trochomorphidae,Trochomorpha apia,snail,Samoa
Trochomorpha apiaVector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network366 views52 downloads (Details)Illustration of Trochomorpha apia, a snail endemic to Samoa and American Samoa. It is classified as Endangered by the IUCN.Add to lightbox
Queen conch life cycle Conceptual diagram illustrating the complex life cycle of the queen conch.  Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 343) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/ diagram,queen conch,life cycle,adult,mating,spawning,egg strand,larvae,larva,metamorphosis,post-larva,juvenile
Queen conch life cycleRaster Graphic (PNG) Kate BentsenIntegration and Application Network, UMCES1624 views34 downloads (Details)Conceptual diagram illustrating the complex life cycle of the queen conch. Diagram from "Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment" (pg. 343) - http://ian.umces.edu/press/publications/374/Add to lightbox
Nautilus pompilius (Chambered Nautilus) Illustration of Nautilus pompilius (Chambered Nautilus). symbol,vector,illustration,molluscs,Animalia,Mollusca,Cephalopoda,Nautilida,Nautilidae,Nautilus pompilius,Chambered Nautilus
Nautilus pompilius (Chambered Nautilus)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network658 views89 downloads (Details)Illustration of Nautilus pompilius (Chambered Nautilus).Add to lightbox
Sepia officinalis (Common Cuttlefish) Illustration of Sepia officinalis (Common Cuttlefish). symbol,vector,illustration,molluscs,Animalia,Mollusca,Cephalopoda,Sepiida,Sepiidae,Sepia officinalis,European Common Cuttlefish
Sepia officinalis (Common Cuttlefish)Vector Graphic (SVG) Tracey SaxbyIntegration and Application Network754 views144 downloads (Details)Illustration of Sepia officinalis (Common Cuttlefish).Add to lightbox
Ariolimax sp. Ariolimax sp., also know as the banana slug, found near Lewis & Clark National Historical Park in Oregon. slug,banana slug,pacific northwest,national park service,nps
Ariolimax sp.Photo (JPG) Ben FertigIAN, UMCES390 views1 downloads (Details)Ariolimax sp., also know as the banana slug, found near Lewis & Clark National Historical Park in Oregon.Add to lightbox

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