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Monograph of the genus Marginella

G. B. Sowerby

Monograph of the genus Marginella

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Published by W. Backhuys, L.P. Burnay in Rotterdam, Lisboa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marginella.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThesaurus conchyliorum., Monographs of genera of shells.
    Statementby G.B. Sowerby.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 373-406 ;
    Number of Pages406
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14263425M
    ISBN 109062790178
    OCLC/WorldCa11597862

    The genus Merulempista Roesler, is reviewed for China. Of the four species treated in this paper, Merulempista rubriptera Li & Ren, sp. n. and Merulempista digitata Li & Ren, sp. n. are described as new; Merulempista cyclogramma (Hampson, ) is newly recorded for China, and its taxonomic position is briefly discussed. Photographs of the adults and genitalia are Cited by: 1. Guide to the Southern African Marginella: p 9: Marginellidae and Cystiscidae of the World: p / Visaya: Supplement 9, p Image Acknowledgments; 1. Anticipated acquisition by Genus plc of Supersires Ltd The OFT's decision on reference under section 33 given on 8 July PARTIES 1. Genus plc (Genus) is active in bovine genetics and related businesses. It operates in three principal areas: (1) File Size: KB. A vast majority of representatives in this genus prefer low-lying areas, which is consistent with observations by Willems, but most of the specimens (58%) were collected at heights of 0– m.a.s.l. Accordingly, successive range heights were represented by: % of specimens at heights of – m., % of specimens at heights of Cited by: 3.


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Other articles where Marginella is discussed: gastropod: Classification: (Volutidae), nutmeg shells (Cancellariidae), and marginellas (Marginellidae) generally have operculum reduced or lacking; most are tropical ocean dwellers, active predators or scavengers; many olive, volute, and marginella shells are highly polished and colourful.

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