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A review of the Indo-Pacific Lioconcha Morch (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Veneridae). Including a description of four species from Queensland, New Caledonia and the Phillipine Islands
The Indo-West Pacific venerid genus Lioconcha is reviewed, with special emphasis on species occurring in the Australian and New Caledonian regions. Nineteen species, including four new species, areExpand
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Review of the type material of Indo-West Pacific genus Crassatina (Mollusca : Bivalvia : Crassatellidae) with a description of two new species
The type material of eight Recent species of Crassatina is reviewed and illustrated. Two new species are described, Crassatina rikai n. sp. and Crassatina suduirauti n. sp., both from theExpand
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A Revision of the Scaphopoda from Australian Waters (Mollusca)
The extant Australian fauna of the molluscan class Scaphopoda is reviewed. In total 108 species are recognized, of which 47 are new and 28 represent named species not previously recorded from theExpand
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The Spondylidae in the historical collections of the Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle, Geneva, with revision of the species described by Lamarck and by Chenu, and notes on nomenclature: (Bivalvia:
The Museum d’Histoire naturelle, Geneva, holds most of the historical Spondylus collections of LamarcK, DeLessert and chenu. These collections have recently been curated by first author (YF).Expand
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The Atlantic-Mediterranean bivalve, Corbula gibba (olivi) (corbulidae: myoidea) in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria
Established populations of the common European corbulid bivalve, Corbula (Varicorbula) gibba (Olivi, 1792) are recorded for the first time from Australia within Port Phillip Bay, Victoria. Aside fromExpand
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The 'water-trap' spiny oyster, Spondylus varius G. B. Sowerby I, 1827 (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Spondylidae) from Australia
Spondylus varius G.B. Sowerby I, 1827, the largest member of the pectinoidean family Spondylidae, is recorded for the first time from Australian waters. Previously known from the Philippines, theExpand
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Eight new marine bivalves from Australia (Mollusca, Bivalvia)
Abstract Eight new bivalve species are described from Australia: Tucetona angusticosta, Tucetona scalarisculpta and Mactra (Mactra) westralis, from Western Australia; Spisula (Notospisula) austiniExpand
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New species of Pteriidae, Pinnidae, Veneridae, Euciroidae and Corbulidae from Australia (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Veneroida)
Seven new species of bivalves from Australia are figured and described: Pteria howensis sp. nov and P. cooki sp. nov. (Pteriidae); Atrina (Servatrina) palmensis sp. nov. (Pinnidae); DosiniaExpand