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Gadila aberrans. See Aberrant tooth shells Gadilida, 2:469, 2:470 Galeodes arabs. See Egyptian giant solpugids Galeommatidae, 2:452 Galeommatoidea, 2:452, 2:453 Gametogenesis, 2:16-17 See also Reproduction Gammaridea, 2:261 Gammarus lacustris, 2:264, 2:267 Garden centipedes. See Garden symphylans Garden slugs, 2:25, 2:413 Garden snails, 2:411 Garden symphylans, 2:373 Gastroneuralia, 2:4 Gastropods, 2:33, 2:41 Gastrosaccus spp., 2:216 Gastrulation, 2:21, 2:23 See also Reproduction Gause, C. F., 2:28

Gause's principle. See Competitive exclusion Gelyelloida, 2:299 GenBank, 2:8

Gene sequencing, 2:7-8, 2:11 Genetic diversity, 2:29

See also Conservation status Geography cone shells, 2:29, 2:447, 2:448, 2:449

Geophilomorpha, 2:353, 2:354-355, 2:356

Germ theory, of disease, 2:33

Ghost shrimps, 2:197, 2:198, 2:261

Giant African land snails, 2:413, 2:414, 2:415,

2:416, 2:418-419 Giant Amazonian leeches, 2:77, 2:79, 2:81, 2:82

Giant clams, 2:454, 2:456, 2:463-464 Giant earthworms, 2:65 Giant Japanese spider crabs, 2:198 Giant mantis shrimps, 2:170, 2:172, 2:173 Giant Pacific octopods, 2:476 Giant red mysids, 2:225, 2:227 Giant squids, 2:476, 2:479 Giant tiger prawns, 2:203, 2:210, 2:211 Giant tubeworms. See Hydrothermal vent worms

Giant vent clams, 2:456, 2:462, 2:466 Giant vinegaroons. See Giant whip scorpions Giant whip scorpions, 2:337, 2:349, 2:351-352

Giant yellow water bears, 2:118, 2:119, 2:122 Gigas clams. See Giant clams Gigliolella spp., 2:318

Girdle wearers, 2:5

Glacidorbidae, 2:413, 2:414

Glacidorbis hedleyi, 2:416, 2:417

Glass shrimps. See Mysis relicta

Glomerida, 2:363

Glomeridesmida, 2:363

Glomeris marginata. See Pill millipedes

Glossiphonia spp., 2:76

Glossiphoniidae, 2:75, 2:76, 2:77

Glossodoris atromarginata, 2:406, 2:408-409

Glossodoris stellatus, 2:403 Glossoscolecidae, 2:65, 2:66 Glottidia spp., 2:515

Glottidia pyramidata, 2:517, 2:518, 2:519

Glycerids, 2:47

Gnathophausia spp., 2:226

Gnathophausia ingens. See Giant red mysids

Gnathostomulids, 2:5

Godzilliognomus frondosus, 2:125

Godzillius robustus, 2:125

Golden apple snails, 2:28

Golden phoronoids, 2:491, 2:492

Gonatid squids, 2:477

Gonochorism, 2:16, 2:22-24

See also Reproduction Gonodactyloidea, 2:168, 2:170, 2:171 Gonodactylus smithii, 2:170 Goose barnacles. See Common goose barnacles Goose neck barnacles. See Common goose barnacles

Graceful clam shrimps, 2:149, 2:150, 2:151 Grampuses. See Giant whip scorpions Graneledone spp., 2:478 Graphidostreptus gigas, 2:363 Grapsus grapsus. See Red rock crabs Gray whale lice, 2:263, 2:265-266 Great gray slugs, 2:416, 2:419, 2:420 Greater argonauts, 2:481, 2:483-484 Greater blue ringed octopods, 2:475 Green bonellias, 2:105, 2:106-107 Greenflies. See Aphids Gribbles, 2:253, 2:257 See also Common shipworms Grobben, Karl, 2:3-5 Grypania, 2:9

Gumboot chitons, 2:394, 2:395, 2:396,

2:397-398 Gumshoe chitons. See Gumboot chitons Gymnolaemata, 2:509-514, 2:512 Gynodiastylidae, 2:229

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