Adaptive convergences in two nestling bivalves (Myoida: Myidae, Hiatellidae) of the brazilian littoral

@inproceedings{Domaneschi1998AdaptiveCI,
  title={Adaptive convergences in two nestling bivalves (Myoida: Myidae, Hiatellidae) of the brazilian littoral},
  author={Osmar Domaneschi and Walter Narchi},
  year={1998}
}
The myoideans bivalves Hiatella solida (Sowerby, 1834) (Hiatellidae) and Sphenia antillensis Dali & Simpson, 1901 (Myidae) from the littoral of São Paulo, Brazil, are studied. Both species normally live as nestling forms and share the same habitat. 5. antillensis was found in the southem littoral of São Paulo, Brazil, many years after the record of H. solida in the area. The habit of living byssally attached inside hollows and crevices and submitted to the same environmental conditions may have… CONTINUE READING

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