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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.
Associations of coral and boring bivalves: Lizard Island (Great Barrier Reef, Australia) versus Safaga (N Red Sea)
Associations of coral and boring bivalves from Lizard Island (Great Barrier Reef, Australia) are reviewed and compared with those from Safaga, northern Red Sea. Although certain coral and LithophagaExpand
Coral Associations, Biocorrosion, and Space Competition in Pedum spondyloideum (Gmelin) (Pectinacea, Bivalvia)
. In the northern Red Sea several genera of sclcractinian corals arc used as hosts by Pedum spondyloideum. High population densities lead to space competition. The bivalves use chemical means toExpand
The true identity of Siderastrea glynni Budd & Guzmán, 1994, a highly endangered eastern Pacific scleractinian coral
Siderastrea glynni Budd & Guzmán, 1994 was erroneously erected from live colonies of S. siderea (Ellis & Solander, 1768) unintentionally transferred from the Caribbean to the Pacific side of theExpand
The Pectinid Bivalve Pedum spondy­loideum (Gmelin 1791): Amount of Surface and Volume Occupied in Host Corals From the Red Sea
. In the northern Red Sea, the nestling and facultatively boring pectinid bivalve Pedum spondyloideum lives embedded in various scleractinian host corals of seven families, including the previouslyExpand
Illustrated glossary of the bivalvia
This glossary defines terms relating to bivalve morphology, anatomy, physiology, ecology, reproduction, taxonomy, evolution, phylogenetics, mineral and organic composition, shell microstructure, andExpand
Biocorrosion by Bivalves
. A survey of the historical background of chemically boring bivalves and the proposed methods of boring, indications for biocorrosion, observations, and experimental results are provided. TheExpand
Gastrochaenolites hospitium isp. nov., trace fossil by a coral-associated boring bivalve from the Eocene and Miocene of Austria
Gastrochaenolites hospitium isp. nov., trace fossil by a coral-associated boring bivalve from the Eocene and Miocene of Austria Gastrochaenolites hospitium isp. nov. is a domichnial boring showingExpand
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