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Distribution and biogeography of the recent Haliotidae (Gastropoda: Vetigastropoda) world-wide
The distribution of all 56 abalone species is documented based on specimen records. The three models for the origin of the family (Pacific Rim, Indo-Pacific, Tethys) are evaluated. The areaExpand
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Molecular phylogeny of Vetigastropoda reveals non-monophyletic Scissurellidae , Trochoidea , and Fissurelloidea
A molecular phylogeny using cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1, Histone H3, and 18S rRNA, comprising 3038 aligned characters, was developed for 38 ingroup vetigastropods and two neritimorph outgroups.Expand
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MOLECULAR PHYLOGENY AND THE GEOGRAPHIC ORIGIN OF HALIOTIDAE TRACED BY HAEMOCYANIN SEQUENCES
Phylogenetic relationships of 12 species of the vetigastropod family Haliotidae were analysed on the basis of partial haemocyanin coding genes. Both protein-coding and genomic sequence data, of whichExpand
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REVIEW OF FOSSIL ABALONE (GASTROPODA: VETIGASTROPODA: HALIOTIDAE) WITH COMPARISON TO RECENT SPECIES
Compared to their Recent counterparts, fossil abalone are rare and poorly known. Their taxonomy is problematic, because most of the 35 fossil species have been described from single specimens andExpand
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Monograph of the Little Slit Shells
These two volumes are the culmination of 12 years of research and collecting to critically assess and document the world-wide biodiversity of the little slit shells or scissurellids. Some 9,800 lotsExpand
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New genera and species having the Fissurisepta shell form, with a generic-level phylogenetic analysis (Gastropoda: Fissurellidae)
2 INTRODUCTION 2 MATERIALS AND METHODS 3 SYSTEMATICS 3 Family FISSURELLIDAE Fleming, 1822 3 Subfamily EMARGINULINAE Gray, 1834 3 Genus Emarginula Lamarck, 1801 4 Genus Cranopsis A. Adams, 1860 4Expand
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