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Anatomy, Biology and Systematics of Campanile symbolicum with Reference to Adaptive Radiation of the Cerithiacea (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia)

@inproceedings{Houbrick1981AnatomyBA,
  title={Anatomy, Biology and Systematics of Campanile symbolicum with Reference to Adaptive Radiation of the Cerithiacea (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia)},
  author={Richard S. Houbrick},
  year={1981}
}
Campanile symbolicum Iredale is the sole survivor of a long lineage of large mesogastropods in the family Campanilidae. The family was well represented in the Tethys Sea and undenwent a widespread adaptive radiation in the early Tertiary. Several of the fossil species are among the largest known gastropods. The living relict is confined to southwestern Australia where it is common in shallow, subtidal, sandy habitats. It is a herbivore with a generalized taenioglossate radula and thick jaws… 

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