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Freshwater Gastropods Described by Ya. I. Starobogatov

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Series: Zoologicheskie Issledovania Volume: 16
By: AV Sysoev(Editor)
91 pages, 20 plates with colour photos
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An eminent Russian zoologist Ya.I. Starobogatov (1932–2004) has described more than a thousand molluscan taxa of various rank. A considerable part of these are names of freshwater gastropod species introduced by him (often with coauthors). This issue is devoted to a state-of-the-art review of Starobogatov’s species of the three families: Lymnaeidae, Planorbidae, and Physidae (101 taxa in total). The data include a complete bibliography of the species, an information about the types, ecology, distribution, as well as illustrations based on the type series.

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Series: Zoologicheskie Issledovania Volume: 16
By: AV Sysoev(Editor)
91 pages, 20 plates with colour photos
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