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LARVAL DISPERSAL AS A MEANS OF GENETIC EXCHANGE BETWEEN GEOGRAPHICALLY SEPARATED POPULATIONS OF SHALLOW-WATER BENTHIC MARINE GASTROPODS

R. S. Scheltema
Published 1971 · Biology

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1. Ten species of prosobranch gastropod veligers collected from the open waters of the North Atlantic Ocean have been identified by comparison of their larval shells with the protoconchs of identifiable juvenile or adult museum specimens. The larvae described are those of Cymatium parthenopeum (von Salis), Cymatium nicobaricum (Roding), and Charonia variegata (Lamarck) belonging to the family Cymatiidae; Tonna galea (Linne) and Tonna maculosa (Dillwyn) belonging to the family Tonnidae; Phalium granulatum (Born) belonging to the family Cassidae; Thais haemastoma (Linne), a muricid; Philippia krebsii (Morch), an architectonicidae; Smaragdia viridis (Linne), a neritid; and Pedicularia sicula Swainson belonging to the family Ovulidae.2. The geographical distribution of the veligers of these ten gastropod species has been determined in the North and tropical Atlantic from approximately eight hundred and fifty plankton tows. The relationship between the North and Equatorial Atlantic circulation and the dispersa...



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