2 edition of Recent Species of the Genus Macoma (Pelecypoda) in British Columbia. found in the catalog.
Recent Species of the Genus Macoma (Pelecypoda) in British Columbia.
National Museum of Canada.
|Series||National Museum of Canada Natural History Papers -- 45|
|Contributions||Dunnill, R.M., Ellis, D.V.|
GBSowerbyII pl3 fig9 Macoma × ; 34 KB Illustrated Index of British Shells Plate jpg 1, × 2,; KB Macoma × ; 37 KB. Notice of recent additions to the marine Invertebrata, of the northeastern coast of America, with descriptions of new genera and species and critical remarks on others. Proceedings of the United States National Museum. 3:
The recent species of this genus are not numerous; the few fossil species occur in the tertiary strata. C. carinata is found in Calc-grossier and London Clay. In general form this resembles Cassis, but is at once distinguished by the canal, which does not turn abruptly back, but is slightly curved upwards. Media in category "Macoma sectior" This category contains only the following file. Macoma sectior - Osaka Museum of Natural History - DSCJPG 4, × 2,; MB.
The genus, species and common name (if available) for each example are given. In addition, whether the genetic exchange was characterized as horizontal transfer (as, for example, is the case in transfers between cyanobacteria and bacteriophages) or introgressive hybridization (i.e., involving sexual reproduction and backcrossing; 1) is by: Lindberg, D.R. () Recent and fossil species of the genus Erginus from the north Pacific Ocean (Patellogastropoda: Mollusca). PaleoBios 12 (46): 1–7. Long, G.E. () A new Caecum from the Sea of Cortez.
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Macoma is a large genus of saltwater clams, marine bivalve molluscs in the family Tellinidae, the tellins. Species. According to the World Register of Marine Species (WoRMS), the following species are included as accepted names within the genus Macoma:Class: Bivalvia. Recent species of the genus Macoma (Pelecypoda) in British Columbia.
[Ottawa]: National Museum of Canada, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert M Dunnill; Derek V Ellis. Macoma tenta, the narrowed macoma clam or elongate macoma is a species of clam, a marine bivalve mollusk in the family Tellinidae and genus Macoma.
Macoma tenta are one of two species of macoma clams that can be found in the Chesapeake Bay on the eastern shore of the United States in Maryland and Virginia.
The macoma tenta like their cousin in the Chesapeake, the Macoma. Species: balthica. Taxonomic Notes: Macoma balthica was formerly M. inconspicua and based on recent genetic work (Vainola, ) it has been suggested that temperate individuals on the Atlantic coast of North America (Virginia north to the Bay of Fundy) should be treated as the separate species M.
petalum. Recent Species of genus Macoma (Pelecypoda) in British Columbia. The book has over 4, complete bibliographic references to the bivalves including citations on the biology, physiology. The eastern Pacific Recent species of the bivalve genus Gari (Tellinoidea: Psammobiidae), with notes on western Atlantic and fossil taxa Article (PDF Available) in Malacologia 42() This page was last edited on 13 Julyat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using.
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A REVISION OF THE WESTERN ATLANTIC RECENT SPECIES OF THE GENUS MONOSTIOLUM DALL,AND BAILYA (PARABAILYA) NEW SUBGENUS (GASTROPODA, BUCCINIDAE) A NEW SPECIES OF THE GENUS THORDISA (MOLLUSCA, NUDIBRANCHIA) FROM THE SOUTHWESTERN IBERIAN PENINSULA.
If you are generating a PDF of a journal article or book. May 6. June July 5. Canadian Arctic Expedition, Alaskan Arctic coast. The species is the same as those from Nome, Alaska, and the one from Bernard harbour, N.W.T. Konganevik, Camden Bay, Alaska: On the coastal tundra near the sea was a pond with rich vegetation and a broad fringe of washed-up plant debris at its edge.
Most species of the genus Kelliella are currently assigned to the genus Vesicomya, causing great difficulties as far as knowledge of the real diversity of the family Kelliellidae. This study represents part of a continuing work on new discoveries regarding t he.
The genus Austrolebias (Cyprinodontiformes: Rivulidae) represents a specious group of taxa following annual life cycles in the neotropical ichthyofauna. They live in temporary ponds and each generation must be completed in a few months, depending on environmental stochasticity.
Annual fish survive the dry season through diapausing eggs buried in the substrate of these : Graciela García, Néstor Ríos, Verónica Gutiérrez, Sebastián Serra, Marcelo Loureiro. a review of the living leptonacean bivalves of the genus aligena tomburchus new genus 2 new species mollusca Vol Page The egg capsules of Jenneria pustulata, (Lightfoot, ) with notes on spawning in the laboratory.
Full text of "The recent molluscan marine fauna of the Islas Galápagos" See other formats. Of the 3 most numerous clams, Manila clams Venerupis philippinarum and varnish clams Nuttallia obscurata were the primary prey items of both scoter species, while clams of the genus Macoma were rarely consumed by scoters.
Between scoter arrival in the fall and departure in the spring, Manila clams decreased in density at most sample sites Cited by: Fat innkeeper worms typically burrow under the sand but recent storms have swept away layers, leaving them exposed Vivian Ho in San Francisco Thu 12 Dec EST Last modified on Fri 13 Dec Author: Vivian Ho.
The Tellen Shells. Sunset Shells. Wedge Shells The Little Macoma (M. Ballica, Linn.) scarcely larger than one's thumb nail, with rounded outline, somewhat con stricted posteriorly, is thin and pinkish or white. It is also a Californian species, but occurs abundantly on the whole Atlantic coast, and in Scotland and Norway.
In the summer of1, Macoma inconspicua in Vancouver, Canada, were examined for trematodes. 4 species were found, including Lacunovermis conspicuus n.g., and Meiogymnophallus multigemmulus n.g., Adults, sporocysts, cercariae and metacercariae of the 2 species are described and figured.
A ventral pit anterior to the genital pore and Cited by: B.L. Bayne, in Developments in Aquaculture and Fisheries Science, Kube, Gerber, Jansen, and Schiedek () compared the size of the FAA pool between two widespread taxa, the clam Macoma balthica and the mussel Mytilus species, from different populations distributed from the Baltic to the Mediterranean.
The size of the FAA pool correlated with salinity (range in. Coastal benthic biogeographic regions are stable across the millennia.
Biogeography fossil data. A new study published in Global Ecology and Biogeography, using recent occurrence data from the Ocean Biogeographic Information System (OBIS) and fossil data from the Paleobiology Database, showed that modern and the near past global ecosystem feature highly similar .species of tellinids, twenty seven under genus Tellina, four under Macoma, two under Psanlmotreta and one each under genus Strigi/la, Gastrana and Macalia.
Recent studies on Tellinids are those by Afshar () and Boss (, and ).This page was last edited on 29 Septemberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.