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We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition. THREE NEW EPITONIID GASTROPODS FROM THE PANAMIC PROVINCE By HELEN DUSHANE1 AND JAMES H. MCLEAN2 ABSTRACT: Three new Epitoniids are described from Mex ico: Epitonium (Asperiscala) huffmani from the upper reaches of the Gulf of California, Epitonium (Epitonium) shyorum from Manzanillo, and Amaea (Scalina) tehuanarum from the Gulf of Tehuantepec.
Additions to the Panamic Province Gastropod (Mollusca) Literature to, The Festivus, Vol Supplement: pages. Skoglund] on *FREE* shipping on Author: C. Skoglund. Page THE VELIGER Vol. 12; No. 3 New Species of Panamic Gastropods BY JAMES H.
McLEAN Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History Exposition Boulevard, Los Angeles, California (Plate 46) DURING RECENT YEARS collecting of mollusks in the Pan amic Province has greatly increased, due chiefly to the.
Introduction. The family Epitoniidae is a group of medium to small size gastropods, usually associating with cnidarians (Gittenberger et al. ) and found globally from the intertidal zone to abyssal r, most epitoniid species are rare, only a few individuals are provided to study, and most are represented only in private collections (Nakayama ).Author: Chih-Wei Huang, Yen-Chen Lee.
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Book Material. Published material. Publication info. EPITONIIDAE: Epitonium aciculinum: Epitonium crispatum: Epitonium lagunarum: Epitonium sandwichense: Epitonium (Epitonium) minuticostatum: Epitonium (Epitonium) scalare scalare.
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EPITONIIDAE Berry, S.S., ThumbNails: Epitonium Röding, P.F., Type species: Epitonium (Epitonium) scalare scalare Linnaeus, C., Epitoniid assemblages from the Chegan Formation of Kazakhstan and the Mandrikovka Beds of Ukraine are revised.
Members of five subfamilies, seven genera, and at least 14 species (nine in the Mandrikovka Beds and at least seven in the Chegan Formation) are recorded. A new species, Acirsa aralica sp. nov., from the Chegan Formation is described.
Most of the other species are provided with Cited by: 2. DuShane, H. & McLean, J.H. () Three new epitoniid gastropods from the Panamic Province. Los Angeles Coun ty Museum of Natural History Contribution s in Science. 1–6 [ June 14]. PDF is MB.
DuShane, H. and J.H. McLean () Three new epitoniid gastropods from the Panamic Province. Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History, Contributions in Science PDF is MB. McLean, J.H. () West American species of Lucapinella. The Veliger 9(3): PDF is MB. Three Nomenclatural Notes on Panamic Bivalves ) is one of three Panamic members of this lucinid genus (Figure 1), one of which is as yet unnamed.
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(Plate 53; 1 Text figure) BARRY R. WILSON Reprint % A New Genus and Two New Species of Typhinae from the Panamic Province (Gastropoda:Muricidae). (Plate 54) HELEN DUSHANE Gross Anatomy and Classification of the Commensal Gastropod, Caledoniella mont-File Size: 1MB.
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On the genus Cycloscala Dall, (Gastropoda: Epitoniidae) in the Indo- Pacific, with comments on the type species, new records of known species, and the description of three new species.
Novapex 5(): Source - Edit. On the genus Cycloscala Dall, (Gastropoda: Epitoniidae) in the Indo-Pacific, with comments on the type species, new records of known species, and the description of three new species. Novapex 5( other epitoniids from the Panamic molluscan province in having a brown shell with white ribs and unevenly spaced minute spiral striae.
Description: Shell large, tall and slender, thin but strong, medium brown in color, shining, with 11 gradually enlarging, rounded whorls, nuclear whorls. western Atlantic of Colombia rev ealed species of benthic, shelled gastropods. The number of species reported herein for the Caribbean constitutes 60% of the abov e-mentioned.
This list of gastropods described in is a list of new taxa of snails and slugs of every kind that have been described (following the rules of the ICZN) during the year The list only includes taxa at the rank of genus or changes in taxonomy above the level of genus, see Changes in the taxonomy of gastropods since This book is by far the best book ever composed that encompasses the Gastropods (single shelled mollusks).
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In terms of families, the Caribbean while the Pacific has Including a list of 84 unpublished species (identified by specialists), the total of benthic, shelled gastropods for Costa Rica is 1, and the number of species from the Pacific coast increases to Cited by: 2.
Sargent, D.M and E.J. Petuch. A New Species of Oliva (Gastropoda: Olivodae) from Mauritius, Mascarene Islands. Visaya 3(5): (March, ). FIGURE CAPTIONS.
Figure 1. New Species and Subspecies of Americoliva from the Panamic Province and the Suwannean Subprovince of the Carolinian Province. Most aquatic gastropods are benthic and mainly epifaunal but some are planktonic.
A few such as the violet snails (Janthinidae) and the sea lizards (Glaucus) drift on the surface of the ocean where they feed on floating siphonophores, while others (heteropods and Gymnosomata) are active predators swimming in the snails (such as the whelk Syrinx aruanus) reach about mm in length.
This list of gastropods described in is a list of new taxa of snails and slugs of every kind that have been described (following the rules of the ICZN) during the year The list only includes taxa at the level of genus or changes in taxonomy above the level of genus, see Changes in the taxonomy of gastropods since A New Genus and Species of Glossophagine Bat from Colima, Mexico.
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New genera and species having the Fissurisepta shell form, with a generic-level phylogenetic analysis (Gastropoda: Fissurellidae) View Metadata By: McLean, James H. - Geiger, Daniel L.Journals & Books; Register Nuevos registros de nudibranquios (Gastropoda: Nudipleura) en Veracruz, México New records of nudibranchs (Gastropoda: Nudipleura) from Veracruz, Mexico.
Author links open overlay panel Xochitl G H. BertschTropical faunal affinities of opisthobranchs from the Panamic province (Eastern Pacific) Nautilus, 93 Cited by: 1.The gastropods (/ ˈ ɡ æ s t r oʊ p ɒ d z /), more commonly known as snails and slugs, belong to a large taxonomic class of invertebrates within the phylum Mollusca, called class comprises snails and slugs from saltwater, from freshwater, and from the land.
There are many thousands of species of sea snails and slugs, as well as freshwater snails, freshwater limpets, and Class: Gastropoda, Cuvier,