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Additions to the knowledge of Indo-Pacific Mollusca in the Mediterranean
Barash, A.; Danin, Z. (1977). Additions to the knowledge of Indo-Pacific Mollusca in the Mediterranean. Conchiglie 13(5-6): 85-116
In: Conchiglie. Notiziario mensile della Unione Malacologica Italiana, aderente alla Unitas Malacologica Europaea. Unione Malacologica Italiana: Milano. ISSN 0588-9758, more

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  • Barash, A.
  • Danin, Z.

    This is the authors' second survey on Indo-Pacific species in the Mediterranean. 13 additional Indo-Pacific species found there are recorded for the first time (Gastropoda - 9, Bivalvia - 4). Chiton platei is the first representative of Indo-Pacific chitonids in the Mediterranean. Supplementary data were given for 24 Indo-Pacific species in the Mediterranean recorded previously. Egg masses were found of the Indo-Pacific Cerithium kochi, which is now the most abundant species in the Mediterranean waters of Israel. A discussion is presented on the distribution of the 68 Indo-Pacific species known hitherto from the Mediterranean. The majority of them (59) are concentrated along the Mediterranean coast of Israel and Sinai Peninsula.

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