Reappearance of Ocenebra erinacea (L.) off the East Coast of England

@article{Mistakidis1955ReappearanceOO,
  title={Reappearance of Ocenebra erinacea (L.) off the East Coast of England},
  author={M. N. Mistakidis and D. A. Hancock},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1955},
  volume={175},
  pages={734-734}
}
ON the east coast of Britain three genera of Muricid drills, Nucella, Urosalpinx and Ocenebra, attack lamellibranchs. Of these, Nucella appears to have maintained its population status; but the abundance of the other two has undergone considerable changes. Urosalpinx, the American whelk tingle, has gradually increased during this century1, whereas Ocenebra has twice suffered virtual extinction on the east coast by cold winters: 1928–292 and 1939–40 followed by 1940–413. So far as is known… Expand
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