Heterostropha Species of the Turkish Coasts: Anisocycla, Eulimella, Puposyrnola, Syrnola and Turbonilla (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia)

@article{ztrk2013HeterostrophaSO,
  title={Heterostropha Species of the Turkish Coasts: Anisocycla, Eulimella, Puposyrnola, Syrnola and Turbonilla (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia)},
  author={Bilal {\"O}zt{\"u}rk and Banu Bitlis Bakır},
  journal={Turkish Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={13},
  pages={423-440}
}
The present study, including Anisocycla, Eulimella, Puposyrnola, Syrnola and Turbonilla genera, is the third one dealing with the species having heterostrophic protoconch distributed along the Turkish coasts, following the genus Chrysallida and the subfamily Odostomiinae. [] Key Result The examination of the collected material revealed four species of Anisocycla (A. gradata, A. nitidissima, A. pointeli and A. striatula), five species of Eulimella (E. acicula, E. neoattenuata, E. scillae, E. ventricosa and E…

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