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Recent and fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea (freshwater bivalves) of the Caribbean Islands

Richard Irwin Johnson

Recent and fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea (freshwater bivalves) of the Caribbean Islands

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Published by Dept. of Mollusks, Museum of Comparative Zoölogy, Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Cuba,
  • Pinar del Río (Province)
    • Subjects:
    • Unionidae -- Cuba -- Pinar del Río (Province),
    • Unionidae, Fossil

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesMutelacea.
      StatementRichard I. Johnson.
      SeriesOccasional papers on mollusks ;, v. 4, no. 60
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL401 .H3 vol. 4, no. 60, QL430.7.U6 .H3 vol. 4, no. 60
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. 269-288 :
      Number of Pages288
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3864739M
      LC Control Number81186181


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Special Occasional Publications of the MCZ (2). Attributed Species Names. Marshall's Unionid types: or, Types of Recent and fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea introduced by William B.

Marshall, including a bibliography of all his writings on mollusks /. Recent and fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea (freshwater bivalves) of the Caribbean Islands Volume 4, Page A new spiny mussel, Elliptio (Canthyria) steinstansia (Bivalvia: Unionidae), from the Tar River, North Carolina.

Davis GM, Fuller SLH () Genetic relationships among Recent and fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea book Unionacea (Bivalvia) of North America. Malacologia – Google Scholar Dubiel RF, Good SC, Parrish JM () Sedimentology and paleontology of the Upper Triassic Chinle Formation, Bedrock, by: Molecular phylogeny of the Nearctic and Mesoamerican freshwater mussel genus Megalonaias.

or, recent and fossil. taxa of unionacea and mutelacea introduced by Isaac Lea. Harman, W.N. New distribution records and ecological notes on central New York Unionacea. The American Midland Naturalist 84(1) _____. Pictorial keys to the aquatic mollusks of the upper Susquehanna.

Occasional Papers of the Biological Field Station, State University of New. PDF | OnKevin S. Cummings and others published Serrand, N., and K.S.

Cummings. Occurences of exogenous freshwater mussel shells (Bivalvia: Unionoida) during the precolumbian. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. On the provenance of certain books in the Department of Mollusks: Alas, a correction and additional notes on John Clarkson Jay, M.D Recent and fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea.

Blystad, C.N. Recent and fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea book of larval mantle of fresh-water mussels during parasitism, with notes on a new mantle condition exhibited by Lampsilis luteola. Bulletin. Smith DG, Wall WP () The Margaritiferidae reinstated: a reply to Davis and Fulller (), Genetic relationships among Recent Unionacea (Bivalvia) of North America.

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Special Occasional Publication, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Number 2, pages. Johnson, R. I., Lea’s unionid types: or, recent and fossil taxa of unionacea and mutelacea introduced by Isaac Lea, including the location of all the extant types.

Department of Mollusks, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, Cambridge. Google ScholarCited by: 7. New species and records of West Indian Alleculidae (Coleoptera). Studies on Neotropical Fauna and Environment – (Includes a British Museum N.H.

Author: J. Davies. Zoogeographic Region (Australia, New Guinea a nd New Zealand) belong to the Hyriidae, a family shared with South America and di stinguished by larval features from the Unionacea of other. claremont-college-ol Books by Language Additional Collections tamu-medicalscienceslibrary-ol tamu-evanslibrary-ol occidentalcollegelibrary-ol harvardlibrary-ol.

Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Full text of "The Nautilus"Missing: Mutelacea. Oxygen and carbon isotopes: utility for environmental interpretation of recent and fossil invertebrate skeletons.

In Carter, J. (ed.) Skeletal biomineralization: patterns, processes and evolutionary trends (vol. 1), Van Nostrand Reinhold, New York: – Recent and Fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea (Fresh- water Bivalves) of the Caribbean Islands by Richard I.

Johnson No. A New Spiny Mussel, Elliptio (Canthyria) steinstan- sana (Bivalvia: Unionidae), from the Tar River, North Carolina by Richard I. Johnson and Arthur H. Clarke No. Parodiz and Bonetto () produced a new higher classification for 5 of the 6 families of unioniforms that was based on larval stage: Unionacea (¼ Unionoidea) with glochidial larvae (Hyriidae, Margaritiferidae, Unionidae), and Mutelacea (¼ Etherioidea) with lasidial and haustorial larvae (Mutelidae [¼Iridinidae] and Mycetopodidae).

Margaritifera Marrianae, a new species of Unionacea (Bivalvia: Margaritiferidae) from the Mobile-Alabama-Coosa and Escambia River systems, Alabama (, Ibid. 4 (62)); A new mussel, Lampsilis (Lampsilis) Fullerkati (Bivalvia: Unionidae) from Lake Waccamaw, Columbus County, North Carolina, with a list of the other unionid species of the.

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Altogether, the classification recognizes as valid a total of families, of which are known exclusively as fossils and occur in the Recent with or without a fossil record. Recent and fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea (freshwater bivalves) of the Caribbean Islands.

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Molecular phylogenetic analysis of two problematic freshwater mussel genera (Unio and Gonidea) and a re-evaluation of the classification of Nearctic Unionidae (Bivalvia: Palaeoheterodonta: Unionoida).

Martínez Escarbassiere, Rafael., Cabrera M, Amyra y Lasso, Carlos A. Moluscos bivalvos (Unionacea y Mutelacea) de la cuenca del río Orinoco, Venezuela.

Memoria de la Fundación La salle de Ciencias Naturales   The September Mussel of the Month is Nephronaias scamnata. scamnata is one of two unionids found on the Caribbean island of Cuba.

ANSP Rio San Vicente at La Chorrera, San Vicente, Pinar del Rio, Cuba. Johnson, R.I. Recent and fossil Unionacea and Mutelacea (freshwater bivalves) of the Caribbean Islands.

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Moluscos bivalvos (Unionacea y Mutelacea) de la cuenca del río Orinoco, Venezuela. Memoria de la Fundación La Salle de Ciencias Naturales, Specie: Castalia orinocensis. Name. Castalia orinocensis Morrison References. Martínez Escarbassiere, Rafael., Cabrera M, Amyra y Lasso, Carlos A.

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79 South America and Australasia (including Australia, New Guinea, 80 the Solomon Islands, and New Zealand). Like almost all freshwater 81 mussels of the order Unionida, hyriids are obligate parasites of 82 freshwater fishes during their larval stages (Wächtler et al., 83 ; Graf and Cummings, ), and this period of encystment 84 on the gills or fins of their hosts is the primary.

Specie: Castalia schombergiana. Name. Castalia schombergiana Sowerby References. Martínez Escarbassiere, Rafael., Cabrera M, Amyra y Lasso, Carlos A. Moluscos bivalvos (Unionacea y Mutelacea) de la cuenca del río Orinoco, Venezuela. Memoria de la Fundación La salle de Ciencias Naturales   Some 1, names at the rank of subtribe, tribe, subfamily, family and superfamily have been proposed for Recent and fossil bivalves.

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