• Corpus ID: 81452574

Contributions to the knowledge of South African marine Mollusca. Part V. Lamellibranchiata

@article{Barnard1964ContributionsTT,
  title={Contributions to the knowledge of South African marine Mollusca. Part V. Lamellibranchiata},
  author={Keppel Harcourt Barnard},
  journal={The Annals of the South African Museum},
  year={1964},
  volume={47},
  pages={361-593}
}
  • K. H. Barnard
  • Published 1964
  • Environmental Science
  • The Annals of the South African Museum

Pectinoidea (Bivalvia: Propeamussiidae and Cyclochlamydidae) from the Southwestern Indian Ocean

ABSTRACT Twenty-five species of Pectinoidea (24 Propeamussiidae, 1 Cyclochlamydidae) are herein listed from the Mozambique Channel, northwestern and southern Madagascar, and northeastern South

The family Nuculidae (Bivalvia: Protobranchia) in South Africa and Mozambique

Nine species of the genera Nucula Lamarck, 1799, Ennucula Iredale, 1931, and Brevinucula Thiele, 1934, are here recorded from southern Africa and Mozambique. The sole Mozambican species is Nucula

Galeommatid bivalves from Phuket, Thailand

TLDR
Twenty-seven species of galeommatid bivalves from six genera have been collected at intertidal reef flats near Phuket Marine Biological Center, Thailand, and a new genus (Nudiscintilla gen. nov.) has been established.

Cryptic bivalves with descriptions of new species from the Rodrigues lagoon

TLDR
A number of new taxa are described in the Arcidae, Philobryidae, Mytilidae, Galeommatidae, Kelliidae, Cyamiidae, Carditidae, Thraciidae and Clavagellidae, which are apparently cavernicolous and similar to those described from southern Japan.

Turridae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of southern Africa and Mozambique. Part 4. Subfamilies Drilliinae, Crassispirinae and Strictispirinae

TLDR
71 species (42 previously undescriptionbed) are covered: Drilliinae, Strictispirinae (3), Crassispirinee (35), new genera: Orrmaesia, Acinodrillia (Drilliinae); Naudedrillia, Nquma, PsittacodrillIA, Calcatodrillio, Funa (Crassispirinaes).

The family Epitoniidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) in southern Africa and Mozambique

TLDR
The genera Acirsa, Cycloscala, Opaliopsis, Murdochella, Obstopalia, Plastiscala, Compressiscala and Sagamiscala are recorded from southern Africa for the first time.

A Review of the genera of the Cingulopsidae with a revision of the Australian and tropical Indo-Pacific species (Mollusca : Gastropoda : Prosobranchia)

TLDR
A review of the genera of the Cingulopsidae with a revision of the Australian and tropical Indo-Pacific species and a new classification of the Mollusca: Gastropoda: Prosobranchia species is published.

Diversity of Bivalve Molluscs in the St Lucia Estuary, with an Annotated and Illustrated Checklist

TLDR
A census of the diversity of bivalve molluscs in this estuary emphasising changes associated with climate-induced hydrological states and Meretrix meretrix, an unexpected yet abundant species, represents a new record for South African waters.

Biogeographic drivers of distribution and abundance in an alien ecosystem engineer: Transboundary range expansion, barriers to spread, and spatial structure

Biogeographic boundaries can act as either weak or strong barriers to the spread of species undergoing distributional change. Once a novel species spreads across a boundary, it can have a substantial

Mactra aequisulcata G. B. Sowerby III 1894 in India (Mollusca: Bivalvia: Mactridae) - a Review on the Past and Present New Distribution of an Ambiguous Clam

A rare species of bivalve clam Mactra aequisulcata G. B. Sowerby III (1894) reported for the first time from the Vengurla beach along the Sindhudurg coast of Maharashtra and nearby coastal stretches
...