Tegula atra (Lesson, 1830) (Mollusca, Gastropoda) in the marine Quaternary of Patagonia (Argentina, SW Atlantic): Biostratigraphical tool and palaeoclimate-palaeoceanographical signal

@article{Aguirre2013TegulaA,
  title={Tegula atra (Lesson, 1830) (Mollusca, Gastropoda) in the marine Quaternary of Patagonia (Argentina, SW Atlantic): Biostratigraphical tool and palaeoclimate-palaeoceanographical signal},
  author={M. Aguirre and S. Richiano and M. Donato and E. Farinati},
  journal={Quaternary International},
  year={2013},
  volume={305},
  pages={163-187}
}
Results of the systematic review and regional palaeobiogeographical context of Tegula atra, including morphometric, multivariate and cladistic analyses, show that it is a keystone species in the marine Quaternary of Argentina that can be used as Pleistocene biostratigraphical tool and paleoclimate-palaeoceanographical signal. While it was absent in warmer than present high sea-level episodes during the Miocene (“Entrerriense” transgression, ca. 10 Ma) and Pleistocene (MIS11), it exhibits an… Expand
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