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La familia Pyramidellidae Gray, 1840 (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Heterostropha) en África Occidental. 4. Los géneros Megastomia, Odostomia, Ondina, Noemiamea y Syrnola

@inproceedings{Peas1999LaFP,
  title={La familia Pyramidellidae Gray, 1840 (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Heterostropha) en {\'A}frica Occidental. 4. Los g{\'e}neros Megastomia, Odostomia, Ondina, Noemiamea y Syrnola},
  author={Anselmo Pe{\~n}as and Emilio Rol{\'a}n},
  year={1999}
}

Heterostropha Species of the Turkish Coasts: Odostomiinae Pelseneer, 1928 (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia, Pyramidellidae)

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The examination of a material sampled from different depths and habitats between 1996 and 2011 resulted in identification of 20 Odostomiinae species, of which Odostomia conoidea is the most abundant and widely distributed species along the Turkish coasts.

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

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Pyramidellidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Heterobranchia) collected during the Dutch CANCAP and MAURITANIA expeditions in the south-eastern part of the North Atlantic Ocean (part 2)

The species of the Pyramidellidae collected during several expeditions in the south-eastern part of the North Atlantic Ocean are listed, with locality data, depth ranges, and notes on nomenclature,

Restructuring of the ‘Macaronesia’ biogeographic unit: A marine multi-taxon biogeographical approach

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All marine groups studied suggest the exclusion of Cabo Verde from the remaining Macaronesian archipelagos and thus, CaboVerde should be given the status of a biogeographic subprovince within the West African Transition province.

Early Miocene Gastropods from the Felli Section (Proto-Mediterranean Sea, NW Greece)

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Revision of Pyramidellidae (Gastropoda: Heterobranchia) from Argentina triples their diversity in northern Patagonia

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The presence of eight other species, previously regarded as distributed from the Caribbean or Floridean Provinces to Argentina is here questioned and a total of 28 valid species of pyramidellids are currently recognized from Argentina.

Redescription and reassignment of Ondina semicingulata to the Pyramidellidae, with review of the occurrence of genus Evalea in the Western Atlantic (Gastropoda)

ActeonsemicingulatusDall, 1927, previously known only by its original description is reassigned to the Pyramidellidae, inOndina, based on the collecting of several new specimens along the coast of

Tertiary and Quaternary fossil pyramidelloidean gastropods of Indonesia

The pyramidelloidean gastropods newly collected from one stratigraphic section and two spot localities in the Rembang anticlinorium (Middle Miocene, northeastern Java) are described and those of

Odetta zekiergeni a new species of Pyramidellidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from the eastern Mediterranean Sea.

During the past decades intensive investigations on the zoobenthic fauna of Izmir Bay have been carried out (Cinar et al ., 2012). This area has suffered from intense pollution due to the influx of

Checklist of the marine testaceous gastropods in the southern part of Gulf of Valencia (Spain)

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A checklist is presented with 359 species of coastal marine Testaceous Gastropods collected in the area between the towns of Cullera and Denia, East of the Iberian Peninsula, and the possible existence of new species distinguished from Caecum trachea and Eulimella acicula is discussed.