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

Studies on Some Arctic and Baltic Astarte Species (Bivalvia, Mollusca)

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By: G Høpner Petersen(Author)
71 pages, 14 plates with 29 colour photos and colour illustrations; 1 b/w illustration, 2 b/w distribution maps
Studies on Some Arctic and Baltic Astarte Species (Bivalvia, Mollusca)
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Some species in the Arctic and Baltic Astarte–complexes have been described or redescribed. From the Arctic A. borealis–complex: A. borealis (Schumacher, 1817), A. jenseni n. sp., A. nuuki n. sp., A. moerchi n. sp., A. sericea Posselt 1895. From the Arctic A. elliptica–complex: A. elliptica (Brown, 1827), A. neocrassa n. sp., A. longa n. sp., A. vaigati n. sp. In the Baltic Sea the former “A. borealis”–complex has been substituted by 6 species: A. bornholmi n. sp., A. silki n. sp., A. belti n. sp., A. fjordi n. sp., A. falsteri n. sp., A. nordi n. sp. Part of the Baltic A. elliptica / A. sulcata–complex is studied: A. elliptica (Brown, 1827), A. anholti n. sp., A. klinti n. sp. and A. sulcata (da Costa 1778). A few notes on the A. mon-tagui–complex and the A. crenata–complex have been added.

 

Contents

Abstract
Introduction
Material
Methods
Survey of selected key literature
Identification keys for the taxons studied
Descriptions of some Arctic Astarte species
Descriptions of some Baltic Astarte species
Discussion
Acknowledgements
References

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Monograph
By: G Høpner Petersen(Author)
71 pages, 14 plates with 29 colour photos and colour illustrations; 1 b/w illustration, 2 b/w distribution maps
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