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The netted dog whelk and its sibling, Nassarius reticulatus and N. nitidus (Gastropoda, Nassariidae), in the Netherlands
Dekker, H. (2004). The netted dog whelk and its sibling, Nassarius reticulatus and N. nitidus (Gastropoda, Nassariidae), in the Netherlands, in: New data on Dutch marine Mollusca. Vita Malacologica, 2: pp. 69-70, plate 15
In: (2004). New data on Dutch marine Mollusca. Vita Malacologica, 2. Dutch Malacological Society = Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging: Leiden. 72 pp., more
In: Vita Malacologica. Dutch Malacological Society = Nederlandse Malacologische Vereniging: Leiden. ISSN 1572-6371, more
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  • Dekker, H. (2004). The netted dog whelk and its sibling, Nassarius reticulatus and N. nitidus (Gastropoda, Nassariidae), in the Netherlands. Vita Malacologica 2: 69-70, plate 15, more

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Keywords
    Distribution; Gastropoda [WoRMS]; Nassariidae Iredale, 1916 (1835) [WoRMS]; Nassarius nitidus (Jeffreys, 1867) [WoRMS]; Nassarius reticulatus (Linnaeus, 1758) [WoRMS]; ANE, Netherlands [Marine Regions]; Marine

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  • Dekker, H.

Abstract
    Shells of both Nassarius reticulatus and N. nitidus are found in the Netherlands as empty shells all along the coast. The first species is only rarely washed ashore living, the second one is very commonly found living in SW Netherlands. Diagnostic shell characters are listed.

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