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

New Species of Vitrinellidae (Gastropoda: Truncatelloidea) from the Indo-Pacific The Genus Circulus Jeffreys, 1865

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By: F Rubio(Author), Emilio Rolán(Author)
422 pages, 515 illustrations
New Species of Vitrinellidae (Gastropoda: Truncatelloidea) from the Indo-Pacific
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  • New Species of Vitrinellidae (Gastropoda: Truncatelloidea) from the Indo-Pacific ISBN: 9788409419180 Hardback Jul 2022 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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155 new species taxa belonging to the family Vitrinellidae, genus Circulus Jeffreys, 1865, from shallow and deep waters of the Indo-Pacific are described. All of them are compared with the previously known species, belonging to this genus. Due to the great morphological diversity of the material studied and in the absence of sufficient anatomical and molecular studies that justify the description of new genera, we have placed all the species in the genus Circulus, grouping them by morphological affinities. Cyclostremiscus beauii (P. Fischer, 1857) is considered a junior synonym of Cyclostrema angulata A. Adams, 1850. Vitrinella sculptilis Garrett, 1873 and Cyclostrema marchei Jousseaume, 1872 as well as Cyclostrema octolirata Carpenter, 1856 and Vitrinella liricincta Garrett, 1873 are considered not conspecific. Cyclostrema tornata A. Adams, 1864 is transferred to Tuberes Rubio & Rolán, 2017; Circlotoma callusa Laseron, 1958 and Cyclostrema pachyston Verco, 1907 are transferred to Solariorbis Conrad, 1865; and finally, Corculus perlatus Pelseneer, 1903 is transferred to Orbitestella Iredale, 1917.

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Monograph New
By: F Rubio(Author), Emilio Rolán(Author)
422 pages, 515 illustrations
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