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Hydrobioidea, a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda)

Pavle Radoman

Hydrobioidea, a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda)

by Pavle Radoman

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Published by Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Beograd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prosobranchia -- Classification.,
  • Mollusks -- Classification.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHydrobioidea, superfamilija Prosobranchia (Gastropoda)
    StatementPavle Radoman ; editor, Vladimir Pantić.
    SeriesMonographs / Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts ;, v. 547- ., Department of Sciences ;, no. 57-, Posebna izdanja (Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti) ;, knj. 547, etc., Posebna izdanja (Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti)., knj. 57, etc.
    ContributionsPantić, Vladimir.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS346 .B53 knj. 547, etc., QL430.4 .B53 knj. 547, etc.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. <1 > :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2924743M
    LC Control Number84158984

    ConchBooks is a publishing house, book trader and antiquarian selling more than books, journals and reprints on mollusks. More than titles on snails, mussels, cephalopods, scaphopods and chitons have been published by our publishing house.   The world’s gastropod fauna from continental waters comprises ∼4, valid described species and a minimum of 33–38 independent lineages of Recent Neritimorpha, Caenogastropoda and Heterobranchia (including the Pulmonata). The caenogastropod component dominates in terms of species richness and diversity of morphology, physiology, life and reproductive modes and has .

    Hydrobioidea a superfamily of Prosobran-chia (Gastropoda) I. Systematics. Monographs , Ser-bian Academy of Sciences and Arts [Department of Sci-ences] 57, Schütt H. and R. Şeşen (). Pseudamnicola species and other freshwater gastropods (Mollusca, Gastropoda) from East Anatolia (Turkey), the Ukraine and the Lebanon. Basteria 57 Cited by: 7. The superfamily name Hydrobioidea Stimpson, has often been used for some families within this grouping (e.g. Radoman, , Simone and Moracchioli, ) but Truncatelloidea has priority. Bouchet and Rocroi () provide a full listing of all the family-group names and their by:

    (). Hydrobioidea a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda). (). Molecular phylogeny, systematics and morphological character evolution in the Balkan Rissooidea (Caenogastropoda). (). Mollusc biodiversity and endemism in the putative ancient Lake Trichonis (Greece). (). Neue Süsswasser-Prosobranchier Griechenlands. ().Author: Canella Radea. Lithoglyphidae is a family of small freshwater snails with gills and an operculum, aquatic gastropod mollusks. This family is in the superfamily Truncatelloidea and in the clade Littorinimorpha (according to the taxonomy of the Gastropoda by Bouchet & Rocroi, ).Class: Gastropoda.


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Hydrobioidea, a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda) by Pavle Radoman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Karucia sublacustrina a new species of freshwater snails (Hydrobiidae, Gastropoda) is described based on material collected from Skadar Lake (Montenegro, Albania). The new species belongs to monotypic genus Karucia gen. by: Radoman P. () Hydrobioidea, a superfamily Hydrobioidea Prosobranchia (Gastropoda), II.

Origin, zoogeography, evolution in the Balkans and Asia Minor. Origin, zoogeography, evolution in Cited by: 6. Buy Gasteropodi 2 (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia: Hydrobioidea, Pyrguloidea) [Italian]: NHBS - Folco Giusti, Enrico Pezzoli, Consiglio Nazionale delle RicercheMissing: superfamily.

na temelju knjige: „Hydrobioidea - a superfamiliy of Prosobranchia (G astropoda). systematics“, autora Pavle Radomana, prema kojoj u Hrvatskoj živi 42 vrste, 5 podvrsta (3 podvrste vrste Orientalina curta, 2 podvrste vrste Graziana lacheineri, 1 podvrsta vrste.

PDF | OnAndrzej Falniowski and others published Hydrobioidea of Poland (Prosobranchia: Gastropoda) | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateMissing: superfamily. Hydrobiidae, commonly known as mud snails, is a large cosmopolitan family of very small freshwater and brackish water snails with an operculum; they are in the order : Gastropoda.

Bythinella opaca pollinensis Bacci () is herein regarded as a junior synonym of Litthabitella chilodia (Westerlund, ).

Litthabitella Boeters, a superfamily of Prosobranchia book, is a genus of hydrobiid prosobranchs characterized by: penis apex bifid, divided into apical lobe and tip of penis proper; one–four irregularly shaped glandular swellings on ventral side of apical lobe and penis close to base of lobe Cited by: 5.

Radoman P. Hydrobioidea a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda). Systematics. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, MonographsDepartment of Sciences 1– Schütt H. Zur Kenntnis griechischer Hydrobiiden. Arch. Molluskenkd.

[]: – Folia Malacologica () First published on-line: Author: Hans D. Boeters, Peter Glöer, Andrzej Falniowski. The some taxonomic characters of species in superfamily Hydrobioidea (Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) distrubuted in freshwater of Isparta. In this study, it has been given some anatomical characters of.

Radoman P. Hydrobioidea a Superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda): Systematics. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade. European Journal of Taxonomy 1– Schreiber K., Hauffe T., Albrecht C. & Wilke T. The role of barriers and gradients in differentiation processes of pyrgulinid microgastropods of Lake : Noureddine Khalloufi, Mustapha Béjaoui, Diana Delicado.

Unraveling a new lineage of Hydrobiidae genera (Caenogastropoda: Truncatelloidea) from the Ponto-Caspian region Phylogenetic analyses of the highly diverse (non-marine aquatic) gastropod family Hydrobiidae Stimpson, have revealed seven main lineages, most of which represent by: 5.

(Gastropoda: Prosobranchia) – a New Invader Species in the Bulgarian Fauna. Acta Zoologica Bulgarica, 60 (2): – Radoman, P. () Hydrobioidea a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda).

Systematics. MonographsSerbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, (Department. Hydrobioidea, a Superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda), I. Systematics. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Monographs DXLVII, Department of Sciences pp. Radoman, P. Hydrobioidea, a Superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda) II.

Origin, Zoogeography, Evolution in the Balkans and Asia Minor. Institute of Zoology, : Muzaffer Dükel, Ayse Gul Mutlu, Umit Kebapci, Zeki Yildirim.

Abstract. The Danube River and its tributary, the Drava, define the northern limits of the Balkan Peninsula. This peninsula is drained by many rivers flowing in all directions, and has many lakes, the largest being Ohrid, Prespa, Skutari (or Skadar), and by: Internet edition of the Polish Red Data Book of Animals - Invertebrates.

INC PAS Kraków, SummaryMissing: superfamily. ConchBooks is a publishing house, book trader and antiquarian selling more than books, journals and reprints on mollusks. More than titles on snails, mussels, cephalopods, scaphopods and chitons have been published by our publishing house.

Hydrobioidea, a Superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda). Origin, Zoogeography. RADOMAN P. Hydrobioidea a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda). Systematics. Monographs Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, DXLVII, Department Sciences 1– RADOMAN P.

Hydrobioidea, a superfamily of prosobranchia (Gastropoda). Origin, zoogeography, evolution in the Balkans and Asia Minor. Radoman P. () Hydrobioidea a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda). Sistematics. Monographs, Serbian Academy of Sciences and ArtsDepartment Scien Beograde, pp.

Ramos MA, Arconada B, Rolan E, Moreno D. () A new genus and a new species of hydrobiid snail (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Hydrobiidae) from eastern Spain.

What is the classification of water beetles. Water beetles are members of the class Insecta (insects) and the family Haliplidae.

Asked in Animal Parasites, Wasps and Hornets. The history of the species problem as applied to freshwater molluscs, from the beginning of scientific taxonomy to the present day, is outlined.

Three main approaches to delineation of species boundaries (intuitive, conceptual, and operational) are discussed, with remarks on their practical usage in freshwater malacology.

The central topic of the article is how malacologists changed their Cited by: 1. Radoman, P. () Hydrobioidea a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda). I. Systematics. MonographsSerbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, pp. Reischütz, P. () Drei bemerkenswerte Vertreter der Hidrobioidea aus Nordgriechenland (Gastropoda, Prosobranchia).

Malacologische Abhandlungen, 13(11): Radoman P. Hydrobioidea a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda). I. Systematics. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, MonographDepartment of Sciences 1– Radoman P. Hydrobioidea, a superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda). II.

Origin, zoogeography, evolution in the Balkans and Asia by: 2.↑ Radoman P () Hydrobioidea, a Superfamily of Prosobranchia (Gastropoda), I.

Systematics. Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Monographs DXLVII, Department of Sciences pp. ↑ Szarowska M () Molecular phylogeny, systematics and morphological character evolution in the balkan Rissooidea (Caenogastropoda).

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