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Deep-sea wood-eating limpets of the genus Pectinodonta Dall, 1882 (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Patellogastropoda: Pectinodontidae) from the tropical West Pacific
Marshall, B.A.; Puillandre, N.; Lambourdiere, J.; Couloux, A.; Samadi, S. (2016). Deep-sea wood-eating limpets of the genus Pectinodonta Dall, 1882 (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Patellogastropoda: Pectinodontidae) from the tropical West Pacific, in: Héros, V. et al. (Ed.) Tropical Deep-Sea Benthos 29. Mémoires du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle (1993), 208: pp. 235-265
In: Héros, V. et al. (Ed.) (2016). Tropical Deep-Sea Benthos 29. Mémoires du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle (1993), 208. Publications Scientifiques du Muséum: Paris. ISBN 978-2-85653-774-9. 463 + cd-rom pp., more
In: Mémoires du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle (1993). Éditions du Muséum: Paris. ISSN 1243-4442; e-ISSN 1768-305X, more
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Keywords
    Classification > Taxonomy
    Pectinodonta Dall, 1882 [WoRMS]
    Marine

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  • Marshall, B.A.
  • Puillandre, N.
  • Lambourdiere, J.
  • Couloux, A.
  • Samadi, S.

Abstract
    Seven species of Pectinodonta Dall, 1882 are recorded from the tropical West Pacific, of which the following six are described as new: P. alpha n. sp. and P. alis n. sp. from the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu; P. aurora n. sp. and P. beta n. sp. from Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands; P. gamma n. sp. from Vanuatu and New Caledonia; and P. philippinarum n. sp. from off Luzon, Philippine Islands. Pectinodonta orientalis Schepman, 1908, previously known from off Sulawesi and southern Japan, is newly recorded from off Taiwan, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands. Specimens were sorted into morphospecies and tentatively attributed to available species names. Morphospecies were then evaluated using COI, 28S and/or ITS1 gene polymorphism. The description of the six new species includes a molecular diagnosis. The New Zealand species P. marinovichi Marshall, 1998 is recovered as close to P. orientalis, whereas P. alis n. sp. from the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu is recovered as close to the New Zealand species P. aupouria Marshall, 1985 and P. morioria Marshall, 1985. Two other named tropical species, P. alta Schepman, 1908, from off Timor, and P. obtusa (Thiele, 1925), from off Sumatra (holotypes illustrated), have not been recollected.

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