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Atlas of the living olive shells of the world

  title={Atlas of the living olive shells of the world},
  author={Edward J. Petuch and D. M. Sargent},
dat een enorm karwei. Nu hebben de auteurs in dit opzicht volstaan met de uitleg van de namen, die zijn ontleend aan persoonsnamen of geografische namen. En die zijn over het algemeen al door ieder gemakkelijk te raden. Volledigheidshalve dienen twee positieve punten te worden vermeld. Een lijst van afkortingen van veel gebruikte Latijnse termen 1 bladzijde en een overzicht van in malacologische werken dikwijls gehanteerde termen met uitleg -11 bladzijden. Of dit de moeite waard is om het boek… 
Returning to the roots: Morphology, molecular phylogeny and classification of the Olivoidea (Gastropoda: Neogastropoda)
1A.N. Severtzov Institute of Ecology and Evolution, Russian Academy of Sciences, Leninski prospect 33, 119071 Moscow, Russian Federation 2Institut de Systématique, Évolution, Biodiversité ISYEB – UMR
Studies on Olividae. XIV. The taxonomic structure of Oliva oliva (auct.)
The "Oliva oliva complex" appears as a limited, dense cloud in the attribute hyperspace of the genus Oliva. Shells of this cluster display a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colour patterns and
Oliva concinna Marrat, 1870 from Efate Island, Vanuatu. Iconography, note on its ecology and comparison between different populations.
Iconography and brief notes on the ecology of Oliva concinna Marrat, 1870 living in Mele Bay, Efate Island, Vanuatu. The comparison with the specimens from Southern India shows some difference. In
Oliva staleyi n.sp. Description of a new taxon of genus Oliva (Gastropoda: Olividae). Comparison with Oliva oliva Linnaeus, 1758, with which it is syntopic. Observations in its habitat
The study of some colonies of various species of Oliva situated on the Southern coast of the Palawan Island (Philippines), the Northern coast of Narra Bay, and on some Eastern and Northeastern
George Perry’s molluscan taxa and notes on the editions of his Conchology of 1811
The molluscan taxa named by George Perry in his two publications, the Arcana and the Conchology, are listed with notations on their current status, some figures being identified to the species level for the first time, some being placed in the synonymy of earlier names and others declared nomina dubia.
Las familias Olividae y Olivellidae de la Colección Malacológica de la Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biológicas, IPN, México
Se presenta una evaluacion de las conchas de los caracoles de las familias Olividae y Olivellidae de la coleccion malacologica de la Escuela Nacional de Ciencias Biologicas, IPN, Mexico. Se revisaron
Mollusk Habitats and Fisheries in Kiribati: An Assessment from the Gilbert Islands
It is suggested that the sustainable use of invertebrates and other marine species for food and nonfood purposes in Kiribati rests on a remodeled form of marine tenure, and factors distinguishing vulnerable from resilient resources, and their effect on subsistence are examined.
Biodiversidad marina de Costa Rica: Gastrópodos (Mollusca: Gastropoda) de la costa Caribe
The number of species reported here is probably an underestimation because few micromolluscs have been studied and no samples have been collected in deep waters nor in the north part of the coast.
Distribuição espaço-temporal de Olivella minuta (LINK, 1807) (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Olividae) na praia de Barequeçaba, Litoral Norte do Estado de São Paulo
Sandy beaches have typically abundant macrofauna, comprised of polychaetes, mollusks, and crustaceans. Among mollusks, gastropods comprise one of the most conspicuous groups. Nevertheless, data on