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Treasure of Russian Shells, Volume 8: Ellobioidei: Cassidulidae, Leucophytiidae, Carychiidae

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By: Roman V Egorov(Author)
33 pages, 3 plates with b/w illustrations; 9 b/w photos and b/w line drawings, 11 b/w distribution maps,1 b/w map, 1 table
Publisher: Colus
Treasure of Russian Shells, Volume 8: Ellobioidei: Cassidulidae, Leucophytiidae, Carychiidae
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Language: English

Representatives of 3 families with 3 genera contained 8 species with one subspecies are known for territory of Russia and adjacent countries (former the USSR). As a result of studying of research collections and literature data the author supplemented data on ecology and distribution of the representatives of these families, and specified diagnoses and taxonomic position of some rare and little-known species. Anatomical characters of genitalia for some species are given. The systematic position and synonymy for some species was revised. The appendix contains the check-list of fossil forms of Carychiidae from the territory former the USSR. The bibliography contains 127 references.

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Monograph
By: Roman V Egorov(Author)
33 pages, 3 plates with b/w illustrations; 9 b/w photos and b/w line drawings, 11 b/w distribution maps,1 b/w map, 1 table
Publisher: Colus
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