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Hanleya hanleyi (Bean in Thorpe, 1844) (Mollusca, Polyplacophora) and the influence of the Gulf Stream System on its distribution

@inproceedings{Sirenko2016HanleyaH,
  title={Hanleya hanleyi (Bean in Thorpe, 1844) (Mollusca, Polyplacophora) and the influence of the Gulf Stream System on its distribution},
  author={Boris Sirenko and Julia D. Sigwart and Bruno Dell'angelo},
  year={2016}
}
The polyplacophoran genus Hanleya contains two similar species in the Northeast Atlantic, H. hanleyi (Bean in Thorpe, 1844) and H . nagelfar (Loven, 1846), which were primarily differentiated by dramatic difference in size but also in part by distribution and minor morphological and ecological features. The question of whether these two names represent two species or whether H . nagelfar is merely a name for H. hanleyi that have grown to extraordinary size, has been raised repeatedly since 1865… 

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