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Description of a new rissoid shell from the Antarctic region.

James Cosmo Melvill

Description of a new rissoid shell from the Antarctic region.

by James Cosmo Melvill

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Published in (Leeds) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

From Journal of conchology, 15.

Other titlesJournal of conchology.
ContributionsStanden, Robert.
The Physical Object
PaginationPp. 120-121 ;
Number of Pages121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19804575M

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Description of a new rissoid shell from the Antarctic region by James Cosmo Melvill Download PDF EPUB FB2

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That region is of special interest because of its great depth and its climatic role in the production of sea ice, ventilation of the deep ocean, and wastage of the Antarctic ice sheet. conform to its current generic assignment.

Based on shell characters, R. cruzi is placed in the genus Alvania Risso, A comparison with other rissoids from the same region is also provided.

Key words: Brazil, new combination, new record, Rissoidae, South Western Atlantic Short Communication Introduction Rissoa cruzi Castellanos. First record and new combination of a rissoid gastropod from off south Brazil A comparison with other rissoids from the same region is also provided.

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