Crossing the Continental Divide: the Columbia drainage species Juga hemphilli (Henderson, 1935) is a cryptic member of the eastern North American genus Elimia (Cerithioidea: Pleuroceridae)

@article{Lee2006CrossingTC,
  title={Crossing the Continental Divide: the Columbia drainage species Juga hemphilli (Henderson, 1935) is a cryptic member of the eastern North American genus Elimia (Cerithioidea: Pleuroceridae)},
  author={T. Lee and J. Kim and Hyun Chol Hong and J. Burch and Diarmaid {\'O} Foighil},
  journal={Journal of Molluscan Studies},
  year={2006},
  volume={72},
  pages={314-317}
}
Pleurocerid gastropods are ecologically prominent and diverse members of the North American freshwater malacofauna. However, their systematic study has been greatly complicated by pronounced conchological variability. Almost 1,000 taxa have been described north of Mexico, although this inflated estimate has been reduced by serial synonymization to 152 or 153 nominal species, comprising seven genera. Pleurocerid diversity is not evenly spread across continental watersheds. Only nine nominal… Expand
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