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A. G. ビュウ著, 1998, インド・西太平洋のウネボラ科、オキニシ科及びイボボラ科。ニューカレドニア近海産種のモノグラフと関連種の再検討, Beu, Alan G., 1998, Indo-West Pacific Ranellidae, Bursidae and Personidae (Mollusca : Gastropoda). A Monograph of the New Caledonian Fauna and Revision of Related Taxa. Resultates des Campagnes Musorstom, Vol.19, Mem. Mus. nat

@article{1999AG,
  title={A. G. ビュウ著, 1998, インド・西太平洋のウネボラ科、オキニシ科及びイボボラ科。ニューカレドニア近海産種のモノグラフと関連種の再検討, Beu, Alan G., 1998, Indo-West Pacific Ranellidae, Bursidae and Personidae (Mollusca : Gastropoda). A Monograph of the New Caledonian Fauna and Revision of Related Taxa. Resultates des Campagnes Musorstom, Vol.19, Mem. Mus. nat},
  author={奥谷 喬司},
  journal={Venus : the Japanese journal of malacology},
  year={1999},
  volume={58},
  pages={29-30}
}
  • 奥谷 喬司
  • Published 31 March 1999
  • Biology
  • Venus : the Japanese journal of malacology
2 Citations
The feeding strategy of the predatory Gyrineum natator (Gastropoda: Neotaenioglossa: Ranellidae) in the Cape d’Aguilar Marine Reserve, Hong Kong, with a review of sulphuric acid use in prey access by the Tonnoidea and experimentally derived estimates of consumption
TLDR
Gyrineum natator generally eats similar amounts to other predators, although the increased difference in estimated consumption between this species and another similar-sized ranellid, Linatella caudata, might be because the latter did not use sulphuric acid to access its prey.
Foregut anatomy and predation by Charonia lampas (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Neotaenioglossa) attacking Ophidiaster ophidianus (Asteroidea: Ophidiasteridae) in the Açores, with a review of triton feeding behaviour
TLDR
The first to describe, in detail, the process of feeding by a species of Charonia, Charonia lampas consumed only the autotomised arm and it is argued that in such a case, as an anti-predation device, autotomy is of survival benefit to both predator and prey.