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Urocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico

Thompson, Fred G.

Urocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico

by Thompson, Fred G.

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Published by University of Florida in Gainesville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Snails -- Mexico,
  • Holospira

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Other titlesSouthern Mexican holospirid snails
    StatementFred G. Thompson and Elizabeth L. Mihalcik.
    SeriesBulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History -- v. 45, no. 3
    ContributionsMihalcik. Elizabeth L., Florida Museum of Natural History.
    The Physical Object
    PaginationP. [63]-124 :
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21541272M

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    Plant Management Network.   Euconulus is a distinctive genus because of the beehive shape of the shell. According to Thompson (), Euconulus fulvus is actually the only species of this genus reported in Mexico. Superfamily Zonitoidea Mörch, Family Zonitidae Mörch, Genus Glyphyalinia von Martens, Glyphyalinia identata paucilirata (Morelet,

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Buy Urocoptid Landsnails of the Genus Holospira From Southern Mexico (Florida Museum of Natural History Bulletin, Vol No. 3) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Buy Urocoptid Landsnails of the Genus Holospira from Southern Mexico,Bulletin, Florida Museum of Natural History, Vol Number 3: pages with figures.

on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: E. Thompson, F. and Mihalicik. Urocoptid land snails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico By Fred G.

(Fred Gilbert) Thompson and Elizabeth L. (Elizabeth Louise) Mihalcik Abstract. Urocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico: Series Title: Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History ; vol.

45, no. 3: Alternate Title: Urocoptid land snails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico: Physical Description: p.

ill. ; 28 cm. Language: English: Creator: Thompson, Fred G. (Fred Gilbert), ART.4 NEWUROCOPTIDLANDSHELLSFROMMEXICOBAETSCH Thetype(S.N.M.)wascollectedbyC.R. OrcuttinriverdriftnearRioBalsasStation,Guerrero, has14whorls. Urocoptid landsnails of the.

genus Holospira from southern Mexico. Bulletin of the Florida. Museum of Natural History, 45, Citations (0) References (20). Another new species of the urocoptid land snail genus Hendersoniella (Pulmonata, Urocoptidae, Holospirinae) from northeastern Mexico.

The Veliger, 51, [ Links ] Thompson, F. G., & Mihalcik, E. Urocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, 45, Urocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico.

Jan ; Thompson, F.G. and E.L. Mihalcik. Urocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico. Bulletin. F.G. Thompson, E.L. MihalcikUrocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from Southern Mexico Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, 45 (), pp.

63. Anisospira (Trachycion) velascorum Breure was described in from a locality near the highroad between the towns of Pochutla and Puerto Escondido on the coast of Oaxaca, southern Mexico. After its discovery, the species was never reported again elsewhere.

Herein we report a new record of several specimens of A. velascorum near Pochutla town, in the Chepilme Botanical Garden, km west of. INTRODUCTION This is a preliminary report on some Mexican land snails of the genus Coelostem ma.

Discussions of their anatomies will be presented in a forthcoming paper on the phylogeny of the Mexican Urocoptidae. The descriptions of some new species of Coclostenmna from southern Mexico require a review of the status of Metasto ma. Thompson, F.G., Mihalcik, E.L.,Urocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico: Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, 45(3), 63– Uit de Weerd, D.R.,Delimitation and phylogenetics of the diverse land-snail family Urocoptidae (Gastropoda: Pulmonata) based on 28S rRNA sequence data: a reunion with.

Fossils assigned to the extant genus Holospira have been described from Upper Cretaceous sediments in present-day southwestern Canada (Tozer, ) and southern Mexico (del Carmen Perrilliat, Vega, & Corona, ). Land and freshwater snails of Mexico and Central America – Fred G.

Thompson published in June an annotated checklist and bibliography of the land and freshwater snails of Mexico and Central America.

Urocoptid land snails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico – Research featured by Fred G. Thompson on Urocoptids land snails.Mexico. Francisco J. Vega, Edna Naranjo-García, Martha Carolina Aguillón, Daniel Posada-Martínez ABSTRACT Additions to continental gastropods from the Upper Cretaceous and Paleocene of NE Mexico.

etaceo and aleocene continental gatood o Mexico. During a field survey of land mollusks on Catalina Island in Decemberthe senior author (FGH) unexpectedly found recently dead shells of an Oreohelix- like snail on a steep, south-facing slope about 4 km south of Avalon. No living snails were located in a brief survey of the area, nor on a second reconnaissance in   Urocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico.

Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, 45, Alfonso CORREA-SANDOVAL, (1) * Ludivina BARRIENTOS-LOZANO, (1) & Ned E. STRENTH (2). Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video.

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An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. 2 New Land Snails Of The Genus Opisthostoma From Borneo Prosobranchia Cyclophoracea Diplommatinidae Publication info: Washington,Biological Society of Washington.

Another New Species of the Urocoptid Land Snail Genus Hendersoniella (Pulmonata, Urocoptidae, Holospirinae) from Northeastern Mexico. View Metadata Holospira Martens,   Nutria or coypu (Myocastor coypus), semi-aquatic rodents native to southern South America, are an invasive species having detrimental impacts mainly in the southern and eastern United States.

Nutria were introduced into the U.S. in for fur farming and became established in several states. Nutria dispersals resulted primarily from releases by fur farmers, escapes during hurricanes or.

New and little known land snails of the family Spiraxidae from Central America and Mexico (Gastropoda, Pulmonata). Bull. Florida Mus. of Nat. Hist 45 – [Google Scholar] THOMPSON, F.G.

and E.L. MIHALCIK. Urocoptid landsnails of the genus Holospira from southern Mexico. Bull. Florida Mus. of Nat. Hist 63 – [Google Scholar].Thompson, F. G. and Mihalicik, E. L. Urocoptid Landsnails of the Genus Holospira from Southern Mexico.

University of Florida, Gainesville,Bulletin, Florida Museum of Natural History, Vol Number 3: pages with figures. Softbound, xlib, minor signs of use, text in very good condition.

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