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THE RISSOIDAE OF THE CANCAP EXPEDITIONS, I : THE GENUS ALVANIA RISSO, 1826(GASTROPODA PROSOBRANCHIA) : CANCAP-PROJECT CONTRIBUTION NO. 113
The protoconch diameters given with the newly described species are indications only (three or four randomly selected specimens of each species were measured) and the diameters of conspecific specimens can differ considerably, however.
Two new species of Onoba from southern Spain (Gastropoda: Rissoidae)
Musculista senhousia (Benson in Cantor, 1842) in the western Mediterranean (Bivalvia, Mytilidae)
The genus Alvania on the Canary Islands and Madeira (Mollusca: Gastropoda) Part 1
Micromolluscs of the family Rissoidae and belonging to the genus Alvania s.l. from the Canary Islands and the Madeira archipelago are revised and two species are new to science.
The genus Alvania on the Canary islands and Madeira (Mollusca: Gastropoda), part 2 [final part]
Five Alvania species from the Canary Islands and the Madeira Archipelago are revised. A new species to science, A. johannae is described and for three species lectotypes are designated. Altogether 13…
Molluscs of the Great Bitter Lake, Suez Canal, Egypt, collected by C. Beets in 1950
A new Setia species from southern Spain (Gastropoda : Rissoidae)
On the identity of Onoba moreleti Dautzenberg, 1889 (Gastropoda: Rissoidae), with the description of Onoba josae n. sp.
Tornus tornaticus, a new species from mauritania, West Africa (gastropoda, Tornidae).
Investigations off the coast of Mauritania have revealed a new species Tornus tornaticus, and the assigment to Tornus and even the family Tomidae is provisional.
On the identity of ‘Columbella rustica’ from West Africa and the Macaronesian islands
Difference in protoconch structure is the reason to consider Columbella rustica (Linne, 1758) and Columbella adansoni Menke, 1853 as distinct species. C. adansoni is the East Atlantic species with a…