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New perspectives on the dispersal mechanisms of the Antarctic brooding bivalve Mysella charcoti (Lamy, 1906)
The finding indicates that the snug-fitting shell of Mysella functions as a barrier to digestive enzymes, which allows MysellA to be passively dispersed and colonize new habitats or re-colonize shallow-water substrates severely impacted by ice scours. Expand
Morphology of Adult Meibomeus cyanipennis (Sharp) (Coleoptera: Bruchidae)1
Structures such as the tentorium, mouthparts, endosternites, hind wings and female terminalia were studied for the first time in the genus Meibomeus cyanipennis. Expand