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New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas
Harald Alfred Rehder
Bibliography: p. 16.
|Statement||Harald A. Rehder and Barry R. Wilson.|
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology ; no. 203, Smithsonian contributions to zoology ;, no. 203.|
|Contributions||Wilson, Barry Robert, 1935- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no. 203, QL428.5.P5 .S54 no. 203|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||75001405|
Tornatellides o. oblongus occurs in the Cook, Society, Austral, Marquesas, and Gambier Islands and on Pitcairn Island, with an endemic subspecies, T. o. parvulus Cooke & Kondo, , on Henderson Island (Cooke and Kondo , Preece ); it was collected on Mo‘orea in (e.g., bpbm ) but has not been encountered in recent surveys. New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas Rehder, Harald A. ; Wilson, Barry Robert () Revision of the blenniid fish genus Omobranchus, with descriptions of three new species and notes on other species of the tribe Omobranchini .
The Pitcairn reed warbler, known by Pitcairners as a "sparrow", is endemic to Pitcairn Island; formerly common, it was added to the endangered species list in  A small population of humpback whales (which has been poorly studied by scientists) migrate to the islands . The Pitcairn Islands (/ ˈ p ɪ t k ɛər n /;  Pitkern: Pitkern Ailen), officially named the Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie and Oeno Islands, form a group of four volcanic islands in the southern Pacific islands are a British Overseas Territory.  The four islands—named Pitcairn, Henderson, Ducie, and Oeno—are spread over several hundred miles of ocean and have a total land.
The non-marine molluscs of the Canary Islands are a part of the molluscan fauna of the Canary Islands. Helicoidea: Helicidae) and description of two new, small Hemicycla species from the laurel forest of the Canary Islands". Zootaxa 41 plates. abstract. Caribbean Seashells: a Guide to the Marine Mollusks of Puerto Rico and Other West Indies Islands, Bermuda, and the Lower Florida Keys Hardcover – January 1, out of 5 stars 5 ratings See all 6 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsReviews: 5.
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New Species of Marine Mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas Harold A. Rehder and Barry R. Wilson Introduction Since the days of the Renaissance, malacology has benefited from the interest of wealthy patrons.
In recent years an outstanding contribution was made by the late Mrs. Mariel King of Honolulu, who financed and took part in a number of major. New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas. Login.
New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas. Login. New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Harald Alfred Rehder; Barry Robert Wilson.
New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Harald Alfred Rehder; Barry Robert Wilson; Smithsonian Institution.
Author(s): Rehder,Harald A,; Wilson,Barry R, Title(s): New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas/ Harald A. Rehder and Barry R.
Wilson. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, A collection of opisthobranch molluscs from the Pitcairn Islands / M. Edmunds and R. Preece. Edmunds, M. New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas / Harald A. Rehder and Barry R.
Wilson. Rehder, Harald Alfred, Washington:. Rehder HA, Wilson BR () New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas.
Smithson Contrib Zool Google Scholar Smith WHF, Sandwell DT () Global sea floor topography from satellite altimetry and ship depth soundings. Marine invertebrates of the Pitcairn Islands: species composition and biogeography of corals, molluscs, and Echinoderms Article (PDF Available) in Atoll research bulletin () January.
species Conus marielae Name Synonyms Conus moluccensis marielae Rehder &Fulgiconus marielae (Rehder &) Phasmoconus marielae (Rehder &) Homonyms Conus marielae Rehder &Bibliographic References.
Pitcairn is the only inhabited island within the group and lies just south of the Tropic of Capricorn at 25°04′S, °06′W (Fig. The island, barely km 2 in area, forms the visible. Polynesian islands including marine molluscs (see Tröndle and V an Cossel, ). The The rst inventory of marine molluscs of Oceania was by Dautzenberg and Bouge in the.
So far, 1, species of molluscs have been recorded from the New Caledonia Exclusive Economic Zone from depths below m, and of these (%) were new species.
The Pitcairn Islands are a group of four near-pristine small islands which can claim to be some of the most remote islands in the world. Pitcairn, with a land area of just km2, is the only. John E. Randall has described new fishes--more coral-reef species than anyone else in history.
He has authored publications in marine biology, 9 of which are regional guides on the fishes of the Caribbean Sea, Hawaiian Islands, Red Sea, Oman, and Great Barrier Reef of s: 4. The non-marine molluscs of Pitcairn Islands are a part of the molluscan fauna of the Pitcairn Islands.
Pitcairn Island: 24 species of land snails and one semi-terrestrial gastropod; Henderson Island: 16 species (7 families) of land snails and two semi-terrestrial molluscs; Ducie Island: less than six species of land snails; Oeno Island: less than six species of land snails.
Shasky, D.R.,An update on the molluscs from the Galápagos Islands as listed in the preliminary faunal list of the marine mollusks of the Galápagos Islands.
New species and genera of the family Pickworthiidae (Mollusca Caenogastropoda). Zoosystema 25(4) Sterba, G. Olividae: Fiebel der Schalen.
Chez l’auteur, Kiel, Allemagne, p. Lorenz, F. New worldwide cowries. Descriptions of new taxa and revisions of selected groups of living Cypraeidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda). About. Pitcairn is well known as the haven for the mutineers from HMS Bounty over years ago.
This group of four small, varied South Pacific islands range from Pitcairn itself- km 2 to Henderson Island, a 37km 2 raised coral atoll and the largest island, and low-lying coral atolls of Oeno and Ducie.
The nearest land masses are over 4,km away, New Zealand to WSW and South America to. New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas by: Rehder, Harald Alfred, Published: () Catalogue of the terrestrial shells in the collection of William A.
Haines by: Haines, William A. Published: (). About this book. The following 27 species of goatfishes (Mullidae) of the Indo-Pacific genus Parupeneus are recognized: P.
barberinoides (Bleeker) from the western Pacific east to the islands of Micronesia and Samoa; P. barberinus (Lacepède) from the Gulf of Aden and east coast of Africa to the Marquesas and Tuamotus (Upeneus filamentosus Macleay is a synonym); P.
biaculeatus (Richardson. The marine biota is limited to a relatively small number of resilient and persistent species, largely due to (1) the prevailing winds and currents coming predominantly from the east/northeast such that the Pitcairn Islands lie upwind and upstream of all Indo-Pacific source areas; and (2) the islands’ southerly location causing relatively cool.The conchologist's first book a system of testaceous malacology, New species of marine mollusks from Pitcairn Island and the Marquesas by: Rehder, An annotated list of the marine mollusks of Ascension Island, South Atlantic Ocean by: Rosewater, Joseph, Shasky, D.R.,An update on the molluscs from the Galápagos Islands as listed in the preliminary faunal list of the marine mollusks of the Galápagos Islands by Yves Finet, Ann.
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