Contrasting morphological and molecular variation in Coralliophila meyendorffii (Muricidae, Coralliophilinae)

@inproceedings{Oliverio2001ContrastingMA,
  title={Contrasting morphological and molecular variation in Coralliophila meyendorffii (Muricidae, Coralliophilinae)},
  author={Marco Oliverio and Paolo Mariottini},
  year={2001}
}
© The Malacological Society of London 2001 Gastropods belonging to several families are known to be specialist feeders upon cnidarians. Coralliophila meyendorffii (Calcara, 1845) is a muricid neogastropod (Coralliophilinae) commonly occurring in the northeastern Atlantic (including the Mediterranean sea). Contrary to the usual habit of most coralliophiline species, C. meyendorffii feeds upon a wide range of cnidarian prey. Two main morphological forms are encountered (Figs 1–4), which show… CONTINUE READING

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