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Présence ignorée de Aplus assimilis (Reeve, 1846) (Gastropoda, Pisaniidae) en Méditerranée pendant quatre décennies
Delongueville, C.; Scaillet, R. (2020). Présence ignorée de Aplus assimilis (Reeve, 1846) (Gastropoda, Pisaniidae) en Méditerranée pendant quatre décennies. Novapex (Jodoigne) 21(4): 111-115
In: Novapex (Jodoigne). Société Belge de Malacologie: Bruxelles. ISSN 1375-7474, more
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Keywords
    Aplus assimilis (Reeve, 1846) [WoRMS]
    ANE, France, Mediterranean Sea; Tunisia [Marine Regions]
    Marine/Coastal

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  • Delongueville, C.
  • Scaillet, R.

Abstract
    In 2014, the presence of Aplus assimilis (Reeve, 1846), Pisaniidae from West Africa, was established for the first time in the Mediterranean Sea. Last year, the discovery of samples from the Tunis Channel (Tunisia) in a private collection revealed that the species was already present in the Mediterranean Sea since at least the l 970s. Such data coming from private collections remain often ignored by science. When published, they provide new data on the distribution of species and on the history of population flows.

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