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The genera Casmaria, Galeodea, Phalium and Cassis in the Western Atlantic

@article{Clench1944TheGC,
  title={The genera Casmaria, Galeodea, Phalium and Cassis in the Western Atlantic},
  author={William James Clench},
  journal={Johnsonia},
  year={1944},
  volume={1},
  pages={1-16}
}

Shell Fouling and Behavior of the Caribbean Predatory Gastropod Cassis tuberosa

Cassis has extended its resting behavior from a semi-endofaunal to an epifaunal mode of life; feeding both night and day; and the fouled shells also function as mobile benthic substrates for various organisms.

RECOGNIZING TRACES OF SNAIL PREDATION ON THE CARIBBEAN SAND DOLLAR LEODIA SEXIESPERFORATA

Abstract: Cassid gastropods are well-known drilling predators of a whole suite of echinoids which are common in both Recent and fossil environments. In many cases, the identification of cassids as

A new species of Casmaria H. Adams & A. Adams, 1853 (Gastropoda, Cassidae) from the Philippines identified by molecular data

In the present study, a phylogenetic analysis of some Philippine Casmaria morphs is carried out and it is demonstrated that one of the distinctive morphs earlier assigned toCasmaria ponderosa is in fact a different species, which is described as Cas maria boblehmani sp.

Gastropods collected along the continental slope of the Colombian Caribbean during the INVEMAR-Macrofauna campaigns (1998-2001)

Among the biological material collected during the 1998-2001 “INVEMAR-Macrofauna” campaigns aboard the R/V Ancón along the upper zone of the continental slope of the Colombian Caribbean, at depths

George Perry’s molluscan taxa and notes on the editions of his Conchology of 1811

The molluscan taxa named by George Perry in his two publications, the Arcana and the Conchology, are listed with notations on their current status, some figures being identified to the species level for the first time, some being placed in the synonymy of earlier names and others declared nomina dubia.

GRADUAL MIOCENE TO PLEISTOCENE UPLIFT OF THE CENTRAL AMERICAN ISTHMUS: EVIDENCE FROM TROPICAL AMERICAN TONNOIDEAN GASTROPODS

  • A. Beu
  • Geography, Environmental Science
    Journal of Paleontology
  • 2001
Abstract Tonnoidean gastropods have planktotrophic larval lives of up to a year and are widely dispersed in ocean currents; the larvae maintain genetic exchange between adult populations. They

A Survey of the Littoral Gastropoda of the Netherlands Antilles and other Caribbean Islands

This brief survey is based on the material collected by Dr. P. Wagenaar Hummelinck in 1936/37, 1948/49, and 1955. Station numbers only are cited; they refer to the “Description of new localities” in