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Systematics of the North and Central American aquatic snail genus Tryonia (Rissooidea: Hydrobiidae)
|Series||Smithsonian contributions to zoology -- no. 612|
|Contributions||Smithsonian Institution. Press|
|LC Classifications||QL1 .S54 no.612|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 53 p. :|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||2001020792|
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Systematics of the North and Central American aquatic snail genus Tryonia (Rissooidea:Hydrobiidae). Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Robert Hershler.
Systematics of the North and Central American Aquatic Snail Genus Tryonia (Rissooidea: Hydrobiidae) Robert Hershler Introduction The gastropod subfamily Cochliopinae (family Hydrobi-idae), composed of 31 genera and more than Recent spe-cies, is one of the largest groups of aquatic mollusks in the New World (Hershler and Thompson, ).
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23 species of the North American aquatic snail genus Tryonia (Hydrobiidae), 10 additional representatives of the subfamily Cochliopinae, and two outgroups.
Maximum parsimony analysis of a base-pair se- quence from the mitochondrial COI gene did not sup- port monophyly of the genus nor its subgenus Pauper- tryonia. We examined the phylogenetic relationships among 23 species of the North American aquatic snail genus Tryonia (Hydrobiidae), 10 additional representatives of the subfamily Cochliopinae, and two outgroups.
Maximum parsimony analysis of a base-pair sequence from the mitochondrial COI gene did not support monophyly of the genus nor its subgenus by: all catalog, articles, website, & more in one search catalog books, media & more in the Stanford Libraries' collections articles+ journal articles & other e-resources.
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(Location code: QL1 S54 #) CLASSIFICATION//TRYONIA - WorldFish Center operational plan. WorldFish Center. Hershler R. & Thompson F.G. A review of the aquatic gastropod subfamily Cochliopinae (Prosobranchia: Hydrobiidae). Malacological Review, Supplement 5: 1– Hershler R., Liu H.P.
& Mulvey M. Phylogenetic relationships within the aquatic snail genus Tryonia: implications for biogeography of the North American by: 1. Systematics and distribution of the winter stonefly genusCapnia(Plecoptera: Capniidae) in North America C.
Riley Nelson Brigham Young University // This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Western North American Naturalist Publications at BYU ScholarsArchive. It has beenCited by: museum für naturkunde Conceptual shifts in animal systematics as reflected in the taxonomic history of a common aquatic snail species (Lymnaea stagnalis)Maxim V.
Vinarski1,2 1 Museum of Siberian Aquatic Molluscs, Omsk State Pedagogical University. 14 Tukhachevskogo embankment, Omsk, Russia. 2 F.M.
Dostoyevsky Omsk State University. 28 Author: Maxim V. Vinarski. American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States ; American Indians and Alaska Natives in Alaska / prepared by Geography Division. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Bureau of the Census,  A2 no Helix is a genus of large, air-breathing land snails native to Europe and the Mediterranean are the type genus of the family Helicidae and among the first animal genera described by Carl Linnaeus.
Members of the genus first appeared during the Oligocene. Like most land snails, Helix species are hermaphroditic, and like other helicids a courting pair will impale Class: Gastropoda.
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Hershler and coauthors have studied the systematics of North American hydrobiids, which includes multiple spring endemics of conservation concern (Hershler et al., b, Hershler et al., ). The Architaenioglossa is sister to all other living caenogastropods and includes two freshwater families, the Ampullariidae and Viviparidae (Ponder et Cited by: 3.Cone snails use a radula tooth as a harpoon-like structure for predation.
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