ROCK AND CORAL BORING BIVALVIA (MOLLUSCA) OF THE MIDDLE FLORIDA KEYS, U.S.A.

@inproceedings{ValentichScott2004ROCKAC,
  title={ROCK AND CORAL BORING BIVALVIA (MOLLUSCA) OF THE MIDDLE FLORIDA KEYS, U.S.A.},
  author={Paul Valentich-Scott and Grete Elisabeth Dinesen},
  year={2004}
}
Eight species from three bivalve families were collected and/or observed in the Middle Florida Keys. Diagnoses based on shell characters are given for Botula fusca, Lithophaga antillarum, L. aristata, and L. bisulcata in the Mytilidae, and Gastrochaena hians in the Gastrochaenidae. Shell and anatomical comparisons are made for three members of the Petricolidae, Petricola lapicida, Choristodon robustum, and Choristodon sp. A, which is not attributable to a described Recent Choristodon species… CONTINUE READING

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