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A Synoptical Classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca)
Preface This classification summarizes the suprageneric taxonomy of the Bivalvia for the upcoming revision of the Bivalvia volumes of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N.
Pectinoidea (Mollusca: Bivalvia) from Iceland
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The distribution in Scandinavian and North Atlantic waters is revised based on the collections in SMNH and the low frequency of juvenile specimens of A. opercularis, Mimachlamys varia and Pecten maximus may indicate that Scandinavian populations are the result of very occasional recruitment.
The Recent Pectinoidea of the New Zealand region (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Propeamussiidae, Pectinidae and Spondylidae)
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Pronounced sculptural change in response to settlement of sponge on the shell is recorded in Talochlamys dichroa and Zygochlamys delicatula and is also the first record in Propeamussiidae.
The family Pectinidae in South Africa and Mozambique (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Pectinoidea)
Of the 29 species of Pectinidae here recorded from South Africa and Mozambique, ca. 76% have IndoWest Pacific origins, 17% are of Mediterranean-West African origin and ca. 7% are probably of Southern
Pardosa vlijmi sp. nov., a new ethospecies sibling Pardosa proxima (C.L. Koch, 1848), from France, with description of courtship display (Araneae, Lycosidae)
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A new species of the wolfspider genus Pardosa C. L. Koch, 1848, which is morphologically almost identical to P. proxima but differs clearly from the latter in its pattern of courtship behaviour.
Pectinoidea (Bivalvia: Propeamussiidae and Pectinidae) from some northeastern Atlantic seamounts
This paper addresses the systematics of Pectinoidea collected in the northeast Atlantic on the Lusitanian seamounts, on Galicia Bank, and on the Meteor group seamounts. There are 21 species recorded,
Pectinoidea (Bivalvia: Propeamussiidae and Pectinidae) from the Panglao region, Philippine Islands
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It is found that, even though most species within species groups commonly feed on plants from one family, shifts to a distantly related host family have occasionally occurred throughout the phylogeny and such shifts are most commonly observed towards Betulaceae.
New species and new records of deep-water Pectinoidea (Bivalvia: Propeamussiidae, Entoliidae and Pectinidae) from the South Pacific
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Fifty-two deep-water species of Pectinoidea are listed from Norfolk Ridge, Loyalty Islands, Fiji Islands, Tonga, Solomon Islands, and the Marquesas archipelago.
Bathyal and abyssal Pectinoidea from the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden
Sixteen species of Pectinoidea (12 Propeamussiidae, 1 Entoliidae and 3 Pectinidae), collected during several expeditions to the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden are listed, with notes on geographical and
Pectinoidea (Bivalvia, Propeamussiidae & Pectinidae) collected during the Dutch CANCAP and MAURITANIA expeditions in the south-eastern region of the North Atlantic Ocean
Twentyseven species of the Pectinoidea collected during several expeditions in the southeastern region of the North Atlantic Ocean are listed with notes on geographical and bathymetrical
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