Samiksha Jaiswal

Pomacea urceus

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Kingdom  Animalia
Superfamily  Ampullarioidea
Genus  Pomacea
Scientific name  Pomacea urceus
Rank  Species
Phylum  Mollusca
Family  Ampullariidae
Subgenus  Pomacea
Higher classification  Pomacea
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Similar  Pomacea, Ampullariidae, Gastropods, Pomacea dolioides, Pomacea glauca

Pomacea urceus is a species of freshwater gastropod in the family Ampullariidae, native to South America. It is a particularly large species of Pomacea, some specimens of which have been measured 115 mm in height.

The eggs of Pomacea urceus vary in color from pale green to orange. Eggs are placed between the undersurface of the operculum and the aperture of the female when she estivates after the mating season.

References

Pomacea urceus Wikipedia


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