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Revision of the pelecypods from the Michael Sars North Atlantic Deep-Sea Expedition 1910

T Soot-Ryen

Revision of the pelecypods from the Michael Sars North Atlantic Deep-Sea Expedition 1910

with notes on the family Verticordiidae and other interesting species

by T Soot-Ryen

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Published by s.n in (s.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • "Michael Sars" North Atlantic Deep Sea Expedition, 1910.,
  • Lamellibranchiata.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby T. Soot-Ryen.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination31 p., 3 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19928999M

      Saccopharynx hjorti Bertin in honor of Norwegian oceanographer Johan Hjort (), who, with oceanographer John Murray, led the Michael Sars Expedition () that collected type, and whose book The Depth of the Ocean (written with Murray) is cited several times by Bertin. the amsden formation (mississippian and pennsylvanian) of wyoming pelecypoda and rostroconchia of the amsden formation (mississippian and pennsylvanian) of wyoming by mackenzie gordon, jr., and john pojeta, jr. abstract the study of the pelecypods of the amsden formationCited by: 9.

    Agerostrea ungulata (Schlotheim ). Late Cretaceous-Maastrichtian. Maastricht Formation. Palmer, K. van Winkle & D.C. Brann, Catalogue of the Paleocene and Eocene Mollusca of the southern and eastern United States. 2 vols. p., 5 .

    Family Gonostomatidae In “Fishes of the western North Atlantic” pt. 4, New Haven: , figs. Günther, A. Preliminary notice of deep-sea fishes collected during the voyage of Cited by: 7. Most pelecypods form shell banks in the seas or rivers on sand and mud flats. Many burrow into the mud or sand and even into wood or rock. Some oysters attach themselves to rocks, and others creep about the sea floor by means of a hatchet-shaped foot thrust between the open valves. A few (scallops) move by jet propulsion, forcing water in a jet.


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