In 1804, Lamarck classed them among the molluscous cephalopods.
Their food consists of spawn, insects, and molluscous animals.
Described in the Voyage de la Coquille, and represented as a molluscous animal destitute of a shell.
Large jars were filling apace with the bodies of rare birds, fishes, quadrupeds and reptiles, as well as molluscous animals.
With respect to the land Planariae, unquestionably they are not molluscous animals.
She felt Norie still hankered after him, but perhaps kept him at bay partly because of her mother's molluscous clingings—No!
It is also applied to imitations of such stones in glass, called “pastes,” or on the shells of molluscous animals.
The common name for the Crustacean and molluscous animals that are used for food.
An extremely light, cartilaginous covering of a molluscous animal, so named from its similarity in shape to a boat.
The molluscous Gasteropoda have the organs of respiration formed for aerial respiration, or for respiration under water.
molluscous mol·lus·cous (mə-lŭs'kəs)
Of, relating to, or resembling molluscum.
molluscum mol·lus·cum (mə-lŭs'kəm)
n. pl. mol·lus·ca (-kə)
Any of various skin diseases marked by the occurrence of soft spherical tumors on the face or the body.