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ROCK AND CORAL BORING BIVALVIA (MOLLUSCA) OF THE MIDDLE FLORIDA KEYS, U.S.A.
Eight species from three bivalve families were collected and/or observed in the Middle Florida Keys. Diagnoses based on shell characters are given for Botula fusca, Lithophaga antillarum, L.Expand
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A new genus and species of Thyasiridae (Mollusca, Bivalvia) from deep-water, Beaufort Sea, northern Alaska
Abstract Bivalve mollusk shells were collected in 2350 m depth in the Beaufort Sea, Arctic Ocean off northern Alaska. Initial identification suggested the specimens were a member of the bivalveExpand
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Spondylids of Eastern Pacific Ocean
ABSTRACT Members of the bivalve molluscan family Spondylidae were very important elements in the world view of pre-Hispanic cultures of America, and today remain as symbols of culture heritage inExpand
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Where’s Waldo? A new commensal species, Waldo arthuri (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Galeommatidae), from the Northeastern Pacific Ocean
Abstract A galeommatid bivalve mollusk, representing a new species, is described from off the coasts of California and Vancouver Island, British Columbia. The new bivalve has a commensal relationshipExpand
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Deep-water bivalve mollusks collected during the TALUD XV cruise off the west coast of the southern Baja California Peninsula, Mexico
Abstract Background During the TALUD XV research cruise off the southern part of the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico, samples of macro-invertebrates obtained in the deep-sea (296–2136 m) revealed aExpand
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CORAL-BORING BIVALVE MOLLUSCS OF SOUTHEASTERN THAILAND, WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SPECIES
Twenty-one species of intertidal and subtidal coral-boring bivalves from southeastern Thailand are described and illustrated. The species represent fi ve families: Mytilidae, Petricolidae,Expand
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Not a "living fossil:" the eastern Pacific bivalve Tellidorella belongs with Lucinidae, not Cardiniidae
Tellidorella (type species: T. cristulata) is a small eastern Pacific bivalve presently classified in the Cardiniidae, a family otherwise known as fossils from the Paleozoic and early Mesozoic.Expand
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New records of soft bottom bivalves (Mollusca) from the continental shelf and upper slope of the northern Pacific Ocean of Colombia
This paper presents an inventory of the species of molluscs collected on the continental shelf and upper slopes (70–500 m depth) on the Pacific side of Colombia. In 2002, 39 trawl samples were takenExpand
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New host record for the California mussel Mytilus californianus (Bivalvia, Mytilidae), epibiotic on the Pacific sand crab Emerita analoga (Decapoda, Hippidae) from Monterey Bay, California (U.S.A.)
Sea mussels form dense aggregations on temperate rocky shores; however, in the absence of such firm substrates, biogenic surface such as the calcified integument of crustaceans may become settlementExpand
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Ecology of Endolithic Bivalve Mollusks from Ko Chang, Thailand.
Cheewarat Printrakoon, Thamasak Yeemin, and Paul Valentich-Scott (2016) The objective of this study was to examine the ecology of coral boring bivalves from four islands southeast of Ko Chang, TratExpand
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