Pinna nobilis

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Pinna nobilis
Pinna nobilis: testa et byssus
Taxinomia
Regnum: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Classis: Bivalvia
Ordo: Pterioida
Familia: Pinnidae
Genus: Pinna
Species: P. nobilis
Binomen
Pinna nobilis
Linnaeus, 1758
Synonyma

Pinna gigas Chemnitz

Vivum P. nobilis specimen; conspectus deorsum in testam
Fila byssi Pinnae nobilis

Pinna nobilis (Anglice noble pen shell), in lingua Latina classica pinna, est species magnorum bivalvium marinorum familiae Pinnidarum. Ea est in Mari Mediterraneo endemica, et ante litus ad 20 m habitare mavult.

Testa ad paene 91 cm longa crescere potest, et eius forma variatur. Sicut testae omnium Pinnidarum, ea est fragilis. Interior luculenta naccara? tegitur.[1]

Animal se ad saxa bysso adligat, qui est est fons byssini (vel "serici marini"), textilis quod olim ex bysso effectum est.[2]

Annis recentioribus, Pinna nobilis paene exstincta fit, prope nimium piscatus, quod hoc molluscum edule est, deminutionem agrorum graminis marini, et pollutionem circumiectus.[3]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Tyndale 1849: 77–79.
  2. Hill 2009: 468–476.
  3. Hill 2009: 468–476.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Testae Pinnae nobilis
  • Abbott, R. Tucker, et S. Peter Dance. 1982. Compendium of seashells: a color guide to more than 4,200 of the world’s marine shells. Novi Eboraci: E. P. Dutton Inc. ISBN 0-525-93269-0.
  • Hill, John E. 2004. The Peoples of the West. Liber Weilüe ex saeculo tertio conversus. Vide sectionem 12 et appendicem D.
  • Hill, John E. 2009. Through the Jade Gate to Rome: A Study of the Silk Routes during the Later Han Dynasty, 1st to 2nd Centuries CE. Charleston, Carolinae Meridianae: BookSurge. ISBN 978-1-4392-2134-1. Vide sectionem 12 et appendicem B, "Sea Silk."
  • Laufer, Berthold. 1915. "The Story of the Pinna and the Syrian Lamb." The Journal of American Folk-Lore 28(108): 103–128.
  • McKinley, Daniel L. 1988. "Pinna and Her Silken Beard: A Foray Into Historical Misappropriations." Ars Textrina: A Journal of Textiles and Costumes 29 (Iunius): 9–223.
  • Maeder, Felicitas. 2002. "The project Sea-silk: Rediscovering an Ancient Textile Material." Archaeological Textiles Newsletter 35 (autumn): 8–11.
  • Maeder, Felicitas, Ambros Hänggi, et Dominik Wunderlin, eds. 2004. Bisso marino: Fili d’oro dal fondo del mare—Muschelseide: Goldene Fäden vom Meeresgrund. Basel, Helvetiae: Naturhistoriches Museum and Museum der Kulturen.
  • Schafer, Edward H. 1967. The Vermillion Bird: T'ang Images of the South. University of California Press.
  • Turner, Ruth D., et Joseph Rosewater. 1958. "The Family Pinnidae in the Western Atlantic" Johnsonia 3 (38; 28 Iunii): 285–326.
  • Tyndale, John Warre. 1849. Island of Sardinia, including Pictures of the Manners and Customs of the Sardinians. . . . 3 vol. Londinii: Richard Bentley.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]


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