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Free Content The Venom and Venom Apparatus of the Atlantic Cone, Conus Spurius Atlanticus (Clench)

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Some of the chemical characteristics of the venom and physical properties of the radular teeth of Conus spurius atlanticus (Clench) are described. A mechanism of venom propulsion is proposed, and evidence is presented which indicates that this species probably includes mollusks among the prey species.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 1973

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