A review of North American Recent Radiolucina (Bivalvia, Lucinidae) with the description of a new species

@article{Garfinkle2012ARO,
  title={A review of North American Recent Radiolucina (Bivalvia, Lucinidae) with the description of a new species},
  author={Elizabeth A. R. Garfinkle},
  journal={ZooKeys},
  year={2012},
  pages={19 - 31}
}
  • Elizabeth A. R. Garfinkle
  • Published 2012
  • Biology, Medicine
  • ZooKeys
  • Abstract North American members in the genus Radiolucina are reviewed. A lectotype for the type species, Radiolucina amianta, is designated and descriptions and illustrations are provided. A description of a new species, Radiolucina jessicae, from the west coast of Mexico is presented. Key diagnostic species characteristics are outlined and compared among members of the genus. 
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