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A largely cryptic, adaptive radiation of parasitic snails: sibling species in Leptoconchus (Gastropoda: Caenogastropoda: Coralliophilidae), associated with specific coral hosts (Scleractinia: Fungiidae)
Gittenberger, A.; Gittenberger, E. (2006). A largely cryptic, adaptive radiation of parasitic snails: sibling species in Leptoconchus (Gastropoda: Caenogastropoda: Coralliophilidae), associated with specific coral hosts (Scleractinia: Fungiidae), in: Gittenberger, A. The evolutionary history of parasitic gastropods and their coral hostsin the Indo-Pacific = De evolutionaire geschiedenis van parasitaire slakken en hun gastheer koralen in de Indo-Pacific. pp. 61-87
In: Gittenberger, A. (2006). The evolutionary history of parasitic gastropods and their coral hostsin the Indo-Pacific = De evolutionaire geschiedenis van parasitaire slakken en hun gastheer koralen in de Indo-Pacific. PhD Thesis. Universiteit Leiden: Leiden. ISBN 90-9021100-4. 249 pp., more

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Keywords
    Coral reefs; Parasites; Coralliophilidae Chenu, 1859 [WoRMS]; Fungiidae Dana, 1846 [WoRMS]; Scleractinia [WoRMS]; I, Indo-Pacific [Marine Regions]; Marine

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