The Superorder Caenogastropoda is further organized into finer groupings including:
- Order (6): Architaenioglossa · Caenogastropoda · Clathrinida · Murchisoniina · Neotaenioglossa · Sorbeoconcha
Architaenioglossa is a taxonomic group of snails which have gills and often an operculum. They are primarily land and freshwater gastropod mollusks within the clade Caenogastropoda. [more]
Caenogastropoda is a taxonomic clade, a large diverse group which is mostly sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks, but also includes some freshwater snails and some land snails. [more]
Clathrinida is an order of Calcinea. Members of this order have calcareous skeletons, and are strictly marine. These sponges have an asconoid structure and lack a true dermal membrane or cortex. The spongocoel is lined with choanocytes. [more]
The Neotaenioglossa is an taxonomic name for a large group of mostly sea snails. The name was originally created by Haller in 1882. Ponder and War?n (1988), and Marquet (1997), assigned this name to the superorder Caenogastropoda. ITIS considers the order Neotaenioglossa to be a synonym of Cerithioidea F?russac, 1819 . [more]
Sorbeoconcha is a taxonomic clade of snails, i.e. gastropods, mainly marine species with gills and opercula, within the clade Caenogastropoda. [more]
At least 28,367 species and subspecies belong to the Order Sorbeoconcha.
More info about the Order Sorbeoconcha may be found here.
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