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A review of the Recent Pandoridae (Bivalvia) in the Panamic Province, with descriptions of three new species

@article{ValentichScott2010ARO,
  title={A review of the Recent Pandoridae (Bivalvia) in the Panamic Province, with descriptions of three new species},
  author={Paul Valentich-Scott and Caroline Skoglund},
  journal={The Nautilus},
  year={2010},
  volume={124},
  pages={55-76}
}
Six genera and 16 species of Panamic Pandoridae are described and illustrated. Three species are described as new, namely Pandora (Pandora) rachaelae, Pandora (Pandorella) sarahae, and Clidiophora dorsorectus, and one new genus, Coania. Diagnoses are provided for the genera, subgenera, and species, as well as illustrations of the type specimens of the nominate species. Frenamya, Clidiophora, Heteroclidus, and Foveadens are herein elevated to generic rank. The high diversity of Pandoridae in the… 
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