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A New Species of Macrarene (Turbinidae: Liotiinae) from Brazil

@inproceedings{Mclean1988ANS,
  title={A New Species of Macrarene (Turbinidae: Liotiinae) from Brazil},
  author={James H. Mclean and E. Cabrillo Boulevard and Ricardo Silva Absal{\~a}o and Santos Cruz and Arthur Adams},
  year={1988}
}
The new species Macrarene digitata from the northeast Bra­ zilian coast represents the first record of this principally eastern Pacific genus in the western Atlantic. The species had previ­ ously been known from juvenile specimens reported as Liotia admirabilis E. A. Smith, the holotype of which is not a member of the subfamily Liotiinae. 

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Macrobenthic invertebrates found in Brazilian coast transported on abiogenic solid floating debris
The dispersion of benthic animals through natural substrata (pumice, seaweed floats elements, leaves, seeds and stems of higher plants and parts of organismsusually parts of the skeleton and shells)Expand

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