2 edition of revision of the recent Triphoridae of Southern Australia (Mollusca:Gastropoda) found in the catalog.
revision of the recent Triphoridae of Southern Australia (Mollusca:Gastropoda)
B. A. Marshall
|Other titles||Triphoridae of Southern Australia.|
|Series||Records of the Australian Museum., 2|
|LC Classifications||QL430.4 .M353 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||84192473|
Remarks on Triphoridae of the Spanish Mediterranean coast (Prosobranchia, Heteroglossa). Remarks on Triphoridae of the Spanish Mediterranean coast (Prosobranchia, Heteroglossa). Publication date Topics Triphoridae taxonomy Mediterranean Collection citebank Language English. CSIRO has 59 books on Goodreads with 49 ratings. CSIRO’s most popular book is Insects of Australia, Volumes 1 & 2: A Textbook for Students and Research W.
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Get this from a library. A revision of the recent Triphoridae of Southern Australia (Mollusca:Gastropoda). [B A Marshall]. Triphora is a genus of very small sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family gama-uk.com genus was named by Blainville inand the type species is Triphora gemmata Blainville, Like most of the other genera in this family, the shells of species in this genus are extremely high-spired with sculptural decoration, and are sinistral (left-handed) in gama-uk.com: Gastropoda.
Marshall B.A. () A revision of the Recent Triphoridae of southern Australia. Records of the Australian Museum supplement 2: Vaught, K.C. A classification of the living gama-uk.coman Malacologists: Melbourne, FL (USA).Class: Gastropoda.
Triphoridae. Marshall, B.A., A revision of the recent Triphoridae of southern Australia, Records of the Australian Museum Supplement 2, Triviidae. Cate, C.N., A review of the Triviidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda), San Diego Society of Natural History Memoirs 10, Subfamily Eratoinae.
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Revision of the New South Wales Triphoridae. Records of the Australian Museum 23(4):text figs Marshall, B.A. A revision of the Recent Triphoridae of southern Australia. Records of the Australian Museum Supplement 2: pp., 3 figs, 30 pls.
Coverage. All of the named species from NSW are detailed here. Identification Notes. Basic anatomy of species of Triphoridae (Gastropoda, Triphoroidea) from Brazil The alpha-taxonomy of triphorids is still largely based on the study of the shell, and the scarcity of studies dealing with their anatomy is a result of the difficulty of sampling live animals and their very small gama-uk.com: Maurício Romulo Fernandes, Alexandre Dias Pimenta.
Assessing the marine biodiversity of the tropics can be overwhelming, especially for the Mollusca, one of the largest marine phyla in the sea. With a diversity that can exceed macrofaunal richness in many groups, the micro/meiofaunal component is one of most overlooked biotas in surveys due to the time-consuming nature of collecting, sorting, and identifying this assemblage.
We review trends Cited by: 6. Marshall, “A Revision of the Recent Triphoridae of Southern Australia,” Records of Australian Museum, Sydney, Supplement 2, 1– (). Google Scholar Cited by: 2. Book. Jan ; E.d.C Rios A revision of the Recent Triphoridae of Southern Australia (Mollusca: Gastropoda) Article.
Dec ; The number of species of Recent Triphoridae in the Vito. ConchBooks is a publishing house, book trader and antiquarian selling more than books, journals and reprints on mollusks.
More than titles on snails, mussels, cephalopods,Â scaphopods and chitons have been published by our publishing house. Sep 01, · The genus Strobiligera Dall,sometimes treated as a synonym of Inella Bayle,included up to now species geographically restricted to the North Atlantic Ocean, usually occurring at great depths.
The present study records the genus Strobiligera in the South Atlantic Ocean, with the recognition of two species in Southeastern Brazil. The shell of Strobiligera delicata sp. nov., which Cited by: 1.
In recent times there has been a rekindling of interest in triphorids from New South Wales, which has promoted further research. A revision of the recent Triphoridae of Southern Australia (mollusca: gastropoda) Records of the Australian Museum, Supplement 2, pp.
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Journal of the Malacological Society of Australia Wells, F.E. A revision of the Recent Australian species of the turrid genera Clavus. ABSTRACT. The taxonomy of the species of Metaxia Monterosato, from Brazil is revised. Previously to this study, only Metaxia excelsa Faber & Moolenbeek, was known to occur in this country, under its older name Metaxia exilis (C.B.
Adams, ). The review of a large amount of shells in malacological collections in Brazil revealed the occurrence of three known additional species. ConchBooks is a publishing house, book trader and antiquarian selling more than books, journals and reprints on mollusks.
More than titles on snails, mussels, cephalopods, scaphopods and chitons have been published by our publishing house. Marshall, B.A. A revision of the Recent Triphoridae of southern Australia, Records of the Australian Museum: pp; Ponder, W.F. Review of the genera of the Barleeidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Rissoacea), Records of the Australian Museum, p back to the mainpage MARINE MOLLUSCS.
Jeffreys, J.G., British Conchology, or an account of the Mollusca which now inhabit the British Isles and the surrounding seas. cxxviii, p., pls, 5 col. frontispieces, publisher’s cloth. MacFarland, F.M., Studies of Opisthobranchiate Mollusks of the Pacific Coast of North America.
p., 72 (28 col.) pls, frontispiece, 4to, cloth. References. The following bibliography is an augmented version of that in Beu & Maxwell () and thus contains all of the references included in that monograph, plus new references included in synonymies or discussions in the revised descriptive text.The book then provides in-depth treatments of the 10 genera and 43 species present in Australia, including 4 genera and 21 species new to science.
It features keys to genera and species, photos of genitalia of both sexes and other diagnostic structures, and distribution maps for all species.
Zygaenid Moths of Australia: A Revision of the.From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Marine Invertebrates of Southern Australia, Part 3 Handbooks of the flora and fauna of South Australia Marine Invertebrates of Southern Australia, S.