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A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca)

Joseph Gaylord Carter

A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca)

by Joseph Gaylord Carter

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Published by Paleontological Institute, The University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kans .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fossil Mollusks,
  • Mollusks,
  • Classification

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJoseph G. Carter ... [et al.].
    SeriesPaleontological contributions, 1946-0279 -- no. 4
    ContributionsUniversity of Kansas. Paleontological Institute
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL406 .S96 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25170863M
    LC Control Number2011293316

    RESULTS Shell. In side view, the shell of Grippina coronata (Fig. 1A) is subtrigonal, as in G. californica (Coan et al, , pl. ), with the posterior face foreshortened and distinctively pointed posterodorsally, but more flattened anterior face is more smoothly rounded and oval. The shell is transparent, as illustrated in Figure 2A, which also shows oocytes being Cited by: 8. Pof Missouri Leslie Adams Still 0 Comment A Synoptical Classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca) Directory: Faculty & Staff - Anderson University Black Book: Executives to Know - Hawaii Business Magazine Missouri Agritourism - Missouri Farm Bureau.

      RESULTS. Freshwater bivalve higher classification continues to evolve as more data are generated and new techniques are developed. Fossil and modem bivalve higher classification has recently been summarized by Carter et al. (), with standardized endings for higher taxa within evidence supports the order Unionida as a monophyletic clade (Combosch et al. ).Cited by: References. The following bibliography is an augmented version of that in Beu & Maxwell () and thus contains all of the references included in that monograph, plus new references included in synonymies or discussions in the revised descriptive text.

    A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca). - Paleontological Contributions 4: Chih-Wei Chang, Shao-Yin Cheng, Yuh-We n Chiu, HENK H. DIJKSTRA, Chia-Wei Lin & Tin-Yam Chan, Note on the type series of Parvamussium liaoi and Scaeochlamys squamea (Bivalvia: Pectinoidea) from Taiwan. - Platax 8: figs, 1 tab. DIJKSTRA, H.H. Robert W. Scott is president of Precision Stratigraphy Associates, which provides quantitative solutions to stratigraphic problems and training in sequence is also an adjunct faculty member of the Department of Geosciences, The University of Scott was a research geologist at Amoco Production Company for twenty years.


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A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca) by Joseph Gaylord Carter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Carter & others—Synoptical Classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca) 7 Cohort Ostreomorphi Férussac, in – (plesion) •Family Matheriidae Scarlato & Starobogatov, a.

The following classification summarizes the suprageneric taxonomy of the Bivalvia for the upcoming revision of the Bivalvia volumes of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N. Joseph G. Carter, Cristian R. Altaba, David C. Campbell, Peter J. Harries, and Peter Skelton. The following classification summarizes the suprageneric taxonomy of the Bivalvia for the upcoming revision of the Bivalvia volumes of the Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, Part N.

The development of this classification began with Carter A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia book, Campbell, Hoekstra, and Carter (, ), Cited by: In Maya new taxonomy of the Bivalvia was published in the journal was a revised system for classifying bivalve mollusks such as clams, oysters, scallops, mussels and so on.

In compiling this new taxonomy, the authors used a variety of phylogenetic information including molecular analysis, anatomical analysis, shell morphology and shell microstructure, as well as bio. Bivalvia (/ ˈ b aɪ v æ l v i ə /), in previous centuries referred to as the Lamellibranchiata and Pelecypoda, is a class of marine and freshwater molluscs that have laterally compressed bodies enclosed by a shell consisting of two hinged parts.

Bivalves as a group have no head and they lack some usual molluscan organs like the radula and the include the clams, oysters Class: Bivalvia, Linnaeus,   Functional morphology, biology and sexual strategy of the circumboreal, adventitious crypt-building, Crenella decussata (Bivalvia: Mytiloidea: Crenellidae) - Volume 96 Issue 8 - Brian Morton, Grete E.

Dinesen, Kurt W. OckelmannCited by: 4. Carter, J.G., others: A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca). University of Kansas Paleontological Contributions 4, 1–47 () Google Scholar : Peter W. Skelton, Eulàlia Gili, Thomas Steuber, Robert Scott, Simon Mitchell. The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce a new online journal.

Paleontological Contributions is an online-only, open-access, rapid publication journal, available free of charge to anyone with internet access. All articles are available in PDF format from the KU ScholarWorks site. Article Dirk Fuchs,Eromangateuthis n.

gen., a new genus for a late Albian gladius-bearing. Carter JG, Campbell DC, With the contribution of C.R. Altaba et al () A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca). Paleontol Contrib –47 Google Scholar Castellanos ZJAd () Catálogo de los moluscos marinos : Javier H.

Signorelli. The type species of Axinodon ellipticus Verrill & Bush, and Kellia symmetros Jeffreys, are re-described. It is concluded that the two species are not conspecific and that K. symmetros cannot be placed in the genus family affinity of Axinodon is not resolved, although it is probable that this genus belongs to the symmetros is the type species of.

A Synoptical Classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca). Paleontological Contributions 4: 1– DOI: /PC handle. Reference page. Hendrickx, M.E., Valentich-Scott, P. & Suárez-Mozo, N.Y. Deep-water bivalve mollusks collected during the TALUD XV cruise off the west coast of the southern Baja California Peninsula, Mexico.

Introduction. The extant marine mussels (Mytilidae) are bivalves commonly found in the oceans worldwide. Most of the mussels inhabit coastal waters, and some are distributed in the deep sea (Wang,Distel et al., ).Ecologically, the mussel species play an important role in the coastal and deep-sea ecosystems as engineer species by aggregating into beds and modifying the nature and Cited by: A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca) JG Carter, CR Altaba, LC Anderson, R Araujo, AS Biakov, AE Bogan, Paleontological Contributions (4), Classification systems of the family Mytilidae based on different morphological features (e.g., shell morphology, internal anatomy, sperm microstructure) in previous studies are very complicated and disagree with each other over the taxonomic arrangement of subordinate subfamily groups (see Supplementary Table 1 for details).Cited by: 2.

A few truly phylogenetic approaches have been published for Bivalvia, among them the stimulating analyses by Waller () and Giribet & Wheeler ().Most recent studies usually involve molecular data (but see an important exemplar-based study using shell characters of 62 Palaeozoic bivalve species leading to a ranked phylogenetic classification presented by Carter et al., ).Cited by: A Synoptical Classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca).

Paleontological Contributions 4: 1– DOI: /PC handle. Reference page. Links. AAPS Memorial; Paleontologic Society Obituary.

Heterodont bivalves (Subclass Heterodonta) are bivalves with elaborate, folded leaf-like gills used for both respiration and feeding.

Carter, J. et al. A synoptical classification of the bivalvia (mollusca). Paleontological Contributions 4: 1‑ The Shell Book - A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Families of Living.

McRoberts, C.A. A silicified Late Triassic (Norian) bivalve molluscan fauna from the Alexander terrane, southeastern Alaska. Bulletins of American. The Paleontological Institute is pleased to announce the newest volume in the Paleontological Contributions series.

Joseph G. Carter (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) and 50 other authors from 19 different countries collaborated to produce "A Synoptical Classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca)" Paleontological Contributions number. Bivalvia, commonly called the bivalves, is a taxonomic class of marine and freshwater molluscs that have a laterally compressed body enclosed by a shell in two hinged parts.

This class includes the clams, oysters, mussels, scallops and numerous other majority are filter feeders and have no head or rasping gills have been modified into ctenidia, specialised organs for. To re-evaluate the relationships of the major bivalve lineages, we amassed detailed morpho-anatomical, ultrastructural and molecular sequence data for a targeted selection of exemplar bivalves spanning the phylogenetic diversity of the class.

We included molecular data for bivalve species (up to five markers) and also analysed a subset of taxa with four additional nuclear protein-encoding Cited by: Glossary of the Bivalvia. Treatise Online Part N (Bivalvia), Revised, Part N, Vol.

1, Ch. p. Carter JG, Altaba CR, Anderson LC, 48 others () A synoptical classification of the Bivalvia (Mollusca). Paleontological Contributions Anderson LC, Wesselingh F, Hartman, JH () A phylogenetic and morphologic context for.The Bivalvia, in previous centuries referred to as the Lamellibranchiata and Pelecypoda, comprise a class of marine and freshwater molluscs that have laterally compressed bodies enclosed by a shell consisting of two hinged parts.

They have no head, and they also lack a radula. Bivalves include clams, oysters, cockles, mussels, scallops, and numerous other families that live in saltwater, as Class: Bivalvia, Linnaeus,