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Fauna Sinica: Invertebrata, Volume 48: Mollusca: Bivalvia: Lucinacea, Carditacea, Crassatellacea, Cardiacea [Chinese]

Flora / Fauna
Series: Fauna Sinica: Invertebrata Volume: 48
By: Xu Fengshan(Author)
239 pages, 133 b/w photos, line drawings, and distribution maps
Publisher: Science Press
Fauna Sinica: Invertebrata, Volume 48: Mollusca: Bivalvia: Lucinacea, Carditacea, Crassatellacea, Cardiacea [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with English summary

The present volume deals with Lucinacea, Carditacea, Crasstellacea, and Cardiacea fauna (Mollusca; Bivalvia, Heterodonta Veneroida) of the China seas. In the first part a general introduction is given to the historical review morphology, ecology, and geographical distribution of the groups. The second part is the systematic description of every genera and species. A total of 100 species belonging to 7 families are described.

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Flora / Fauna
Series: Fauna Sinica: Invertebrata Volume: 48
By: Xu Fengshan(Author)
239 pages, 133 b/w photos, line drawings, and distribution maps
Publisher: Science Press
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