The Prosobranchs of Lake Tanganyika

@article{Yonge1938ThePO,
  title={The Prosobranchs of Lake Tanganyika},
  author={C. Yonge},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1938},
  volume={142},
  pages={464-466}
}
WHEN Sir Richard Burton discovered Lake Tanganyika in 1858 his companion, Speke, collected a number of shells from the shores. These proved to be Prosobranchs of types hitherto unknown in fresh water. Later investigations, notably those of the three Tanganyika expeditions, the first two under the leadership of J. E. S. Moore1 and the third under that of W. A. Cun-nington2, revealed in fuller detail the remarkable nature of the fauna with its great number of endemic species of fish, Crustacea… Expand
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