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A Conchological Iconography: The Family Volutidae The Endemic Far East Asian Subfamily Fulgorariinae Pilsbry & Olsson, 1954 - A Revision of the Recent Species

Flora / Fauna
Series: A Conchological Iconography Volume: 16
By: Patrice Bail(Author), Mitsuo Chino(Author), Yves Terryn(Illustrator)
138 pages, 64 plates with colour photos; 67 b/w photos, 26 b/w distribution maps, 4 tables
Publisher: ConchBooks
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This part reviews the recent endemic volutid fauna of Japanese waters, East China Sea and South China Sea with emphasis on the genera Fulgoraria, divided into five subgenera (Fulgoraria, Musashia, Kurodina, Nipponomelon, Psephaea), and Saotomea, divided into two subgenera (Saotomea and Bondarevia).

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Flora / Fauna
Series: A Conchological Iconography Volume: 16
By: Patrice Bail(Author), Mitsuo Chino(Author), Yves Terryn(Illustrator)
138 pages, 64 plates with colour photos; 67 b/w photos, 26 b/w distribution maps, 4 tables
Publisher: ConchBooks
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