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Academic & Professional Books  Insects & other Invertebrates  Molluscs  Molluscs: General

Molluscan Communities of the Florida Keys and Adjacent Areas Their Ecology and Biodiversity

By: Edward J Petuch(Author), Robert F Myers(Author)
248 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
Molluscan Communities of the Florida Keys and Adjacent Areas
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Taking a novel community-driven approach, Molluscan Communities of the Florida Keys and Adjacent Areas represents the first comprehensive overview of the ecology and biodiversity of the Phylum Mollusca in the area of southern Florida commonly known as the Florida Keys and those areas that surround it. The 20 marine ecosystems and their associated molluscan assemblages are arranged by the CMECS (Coastal Marine Ecological Classification Standard) system, emphasizing the hierarchical relationships determined by substrate type, bathymetry, and salinity. Molluscan Communities of the Florida Keys and Adjacent Areas includes hundreds of color graphics of gastropods and bivalves, every major marine habitat in the Florida Keys, and living mollusks in their habitats.

Contents

- Introduction:Endemism and Biodiversity in the Florida Keys and AdjacentAreas
- Marine Ecosystems of the Florida Keys, Florida Bay, and the Ten Thousand Islands: Past and Present
- Molluscan Faunas of the Vegetated Sediment Shore Macrohabitat (Estuarine Regime)
- Molluscan Faunas of the Unvegetated Rocky Shore Macrohabitat (Nearshore Marine Regime)
- Molluscan Faunas of the Vegetated Softbottom Macrohabitat (Nearshore Marine Regime)
- Molluscan Faunas of the Unvegetated Hardbottom Macrohabitat (Nearshore Marine Regime)
- Molluscan Faunas of the Unvegetated Softbottom Macrohabitat (Nearshore Marine Regime)
- Molluscan Faunas of the Coral Reef Tract Macrohabitat and Gastropod Reef Macrohabitat (Nearshore Marine Regime)
- Molluscan Faunas of the Deep Reef Talus Macrohabitat (Neritic Regime)
- Molluscan Faunas of the Deep Softbottom and Pelagic Macrohabitats (Oceanic Regime)
- Tree Snails of the Florida Keys
- List of Macromollusks: Florida Keys and Adjacent Areas
- Bibliography
- Systematic Appendix: Additions to the Molluscan Biodiversity of the Florida Keys
- Index of Ecologic, Oceanographic, and Geographic Terms
- Index of Illustrated Specimens

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By: Edward J Petuch(Author), Robert F Myers(Author)
248 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: CRC Press
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