Whelk sentence examples

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  • One of the best examples of the introversible mouth-cylinder or proboscis which can be found is that of the common whelk (Buccinum undatum) and its immediate allies.

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  • White wampum was made from the shell of whelks, either from the common whelk (Buccinum undatum), or from that of Pyrula canaliculata and Pyrula carica.

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  • - Colony of Hydractinia echinata, growthemselves; or, ing on the Shell of a Whelk.

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  • Their prey is not always defenseless: large limpets may stamp their shells down on the foot of an attacking whelk.

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  • conch shell, whelk shell or sharks ' teeth may also be used.

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  • Whelk stalls selling cooked whelk stalls selling cooked whelks used to be very common in the north of England.

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  • whelk shell reveals how the animal's body fits within the curled chamber.

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  • whelk egg mass is also known as ' sea wash balls ' because early sailors used them for washing.

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  • whelk cases.

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  • whelk egg balls were present and it would be surprising if they weren't and some were probably blown even further inland.

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  • Conch shell, whelk shell or sharks ' teeth may also be used.

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  • Whelk stalls selling cooked whelks used to be very common in the north of England.

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  • A broken whelk shell reveals how the animal 's body fits within the curled chamber.

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  • Whelk egg mass is also known as ' sea wash balls ' because early sailors used them for washing.

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  • I have also discovered this sea slug in egg whelk cases.

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  • Whelk egg balls were present and it would be surprising if they were n't and some were probably blown even further inland.

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