A New Living Deep-Sea Mollusc of the Cambro-Devonian Class Monoplacophora

  title={A New Living Deep-Sea Mollusc of the Cambro-Devonian Class Monoplacophora},
  author={Henning Lemche},
A summary of reports of abyssal and hadal Monoplacophora and Polyplacophora (Mollusca)
A summary of literature records of Polyplacophora and Monoplacophoras from below 2000 m is presented, with several records of deep water species of uncertain taxonomic position in both classes. Expand
Monoplacophora (Tryblidia)—Some Unanswered Questions*
A review of the current state of knowledge on the Monoplacophora, a taxon crucial for assessing phylogeny of the Mollusca, is provided and points out a number of issues to be investigated by fine structural, ontogenetic, or molecular analyses. Expand
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The Darriwilian Hiswah fauna of western Gondwana (Jordan): Biostratigraphy, palaeogeography and palaeoecology
Abstract The fauna and facies of the Hiswah Formation in southern Jordan were investigated. The formation indicates deposition under low energy, open-marine, siliciclastic shelf conditions andExpand
The Unknown and the Unexplored: Insights Into the Pacific Deep-Sea Following NOAA CAPSTONE Expeditions
Over a three-year period, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration organized and implemented a Pacific-wide field campaign entitled CAPSTONE: Campaign to Address Pacific monument Science,Expand
Deep-sea video technology tracks a monoplacophoran to the end of its trail (Mollusca, Tryblidia)
Originally known as fossils from the Cambrian to the Devonian, the finding of a living monoplacophoran mollusc in 1952 was one of the great zoological discoveries of the twentieth century. Now, overExpand
Gastropods and bivalves taken as by-catch in the deep-water shrimp trawl-fishery along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, Central America
Information is provided on deep-water shelled molluscs collected between 2010 and 2011 by commercial shrimp trawling fisheries along the Pacific coast of Costa Rica at depths from 112 to 271 m to assess possible impacts of this type of fishery on mollusc diversity and biomass. Expand
Keeping a lid on it: muscle scars and the mystery of the Mobergellidae
Mobergellans were one of the first Cambrian skeletal groups to be recognized yet have long remained one of the mostproblematic in terms of biological function and affinity. Characterized by a disc-Expand
Revised Classification, Nomenclator and Typification of Gastropod and Monoplacophoran Families
A fully ranked, hierarchical classification summarizes recent advances in the phylogeny of the Gastropoda and Monoplacophora. Expand
Monoplacophoran mitochondrial genomes: convergent gene arrangements and little phylogenetic signal
Under both serialian or aculiferan-conchiferan scenarios, the observed gene cluster inversion appears to be a convergent evolution of gene arrangements in molluscs. Expand