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The Family Rissoidae Gray, 1847 from Miocene to Present-Day, in the Mediterranean Basin [Italian]

Monograph
By: Carlo Chirli(Author), Maurizio Forli(Author), Enrico Ulivi(Photographer), Stefano Caporali(Photographer)
466 pages, 200 plates with b/w photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: Edizioni Danaus
The Family Rissoidae Gray, 1847 from Miocene to Present-Day, in the Mediterranean Basin [Italian]
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Language: Itailan with some sections translated into English

The shells of the Rissoidae, a mollusc family of very small and minute sea snails, are described and illustrated from the Miocene to the species currently living in the Mediterranean Sea, giving a broad summary of all known species. With reference to the original descriptions, the main morphological characteristics, the distribution, the reference bibliography are reported. The species mentioned are all depicted in nearly 200 photographic plates.

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Monograph
By: Carlo Chirli(Author), Maurizio Forli(Author), Enrico Ulivi(Photographer), Stefano Caporali(Photographer)
466 pages, 200 plates with b/w photos and b/w illustrations
Publisher: Edizioni Danaus
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