By: Carlo Chirli (Author), Ulrich Linse (Author)
447 pages, 90 plates
In The Pleistocene Marine Gastropods of Rhodos Island (Greece) the authors describe 385 species of Pleistocene gastropod shells from the Island of Rhodes. This is the most comprehensive study ever dedicated to the Pleistocene Mollusca of the Mediterranean Sea, one hundred years after Serafino Cerulli Irelli's (1873-1946) classical study of the Fauna Malacologica Mariana (1907-1916), which refers to the Pleistocene deposits of the Monte Mario near Rome. The Pleistocene Marine Gastropods of Rhodos Island (Greece) aims to contribute to a better understanding of the migration and extinction processes of marine species in the Pleistocene Mediterranean Sea.
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