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A multilocus molecular phylogeny of Fasciolariidae (Neogastropoda: Buccinoidea).
The neogastropod family Fasciolariidae Gray, 1853 - tulips, horse-conchs, spindles, etc., comprises important representatives of tropical and subtropical molluscan assemblages, with over 500 speciesExpand
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Comparative Morphology of Leucozonia from Brazil (Neogastropoda: Buccinoidea: Fasciolariidae)
Abstract: The morphology of the fasciolariid gastropods Leucozonia nassa (Gmelin, 1791), L. ocellata (Gmelin, 1791) and L. ponderosa Vermeij and Snyder, 1998 from Brazil is described. Examination ofExpand
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Morphological phylogeny of the Tegulinae (Mollusca: Vetigastropoda) reinforces a Turbinidae position
A cladistic analysis of the Tegulinae (Turbinidae) is presented using 132 morphological characters and 41 taxa. Tegulinae is recovered and is sister to Prisogaster niger (Prisogasterinae) within theExpand
A morphology-based phylogenetic analysis of Fasciolariidae (Gastropoda: Buccinoidea).
Fasciolariids are buccinoid neogastropods and key predators in the tropics and subtropics, comprising more than 500 species in the subfamilies Fasciolariinae, Fusininae and Peristerniinae. TulipExpand
Comparative anatomy of the fasciolariids Pustulatirus ogum and Hemipolygona beckyae from Brazil (Gastropoda: Buccinoidea: Peristerniinae)
The Brazilian species Pustulatirus ogum and Hemipolygona beckyae were examined, and certain morphological characters were described. Both species were originally assigned to the genus Latirus,Expand
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