The genus Conus (Mollusca:Neogastropoda) in the Plio-Pleistocene of the southeastern United States
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The genus Conus (Mollusca:Neogastropoda) in the Plio-Pleistocene of the southeastern United States by Jonathan Robert Hendricks

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Published by Paleontological Research Institution in Ithaca, N.Y .
Written in English


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StatementJonathan R. Hendricks
SeriesBulletins of American paleontology -- no. 375
ContributionsPaleontological Research Institution (Ithaca, N.Y.)
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LC ClassificationsQL430.5.C75 H46 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination178 p. :
Number of Pages178
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24561214M
ISBN 100877104824
ISBN 109780877104827
LC Control Number2008937017
OCLC/WorldCa299063969

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Two new species for the Genus Conus. (Italian) Pamphlet – January 1, by MOTTA A. J. da - (Author)Author: MOTTA A. J. da -.   Conus is the largest genus of animals in the sea, occurring throughout the world's tropical and subtropical oceans and contributing significantly to marine biodiversity. The shells of these marine mollusks are prized for their amazing variety and extraordinary beauty. The neurotoxic venoms they produce--injected by a hollow, harpoon-like tooth into prey animals that are thRatings: 0. RESOURCE PARTITIONING BY PREDATORY GASTROPODS OF THE GENUS CONUS ON SUBTIDAL INDO-PACIFIC CORAL REEFS: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF PREY SIZE [Paul J Leviten] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Paul J Leviten. Conus is the largest genus of animals in the sea, occurring throughout the world’s tropical and subtropical oceans and contributing significantly to marine biodiversity.

Marine gastropods of the genus Conus have been recorded for nearly a hundred years as having caused serious and even fatal accidents by stinging human beings, but have so far found no place among the venomous animals dealt with in textbooks of tropical medicine.. Prior to all such accidents, of which five proved fatal, were confined to the Western by: eBook. Click on an image to view more information. Author, New Species, and additional information are given on the labels with book. Author, New Species, and additional information are given on the labels with book. Second Supplement to Monograph of the genus Conus. 14, kb. Conus is a genus of predatory sea snails, or cone snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Conidae. Prior to , cone snail species had all traditionally been grouped into the single genus Conus. However, Conus is now more precisely defined, and there are several other accepted genera of cone snails. For a list of the currently accepted genera, see Conidae. For a list of the currently Class: Gastropoda. ConchBooks is a publishing house, book trader and antiquarian selling more than books, journals and reprints on mollusks. More than titles on snails, mussels, cephalopods, scaphopods and chitons have been published by our publishing house.

West American mollusks of the genus Conus-II (Occasional papers of the California Academy of Sciences) [G. Dallas Hanna] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Genus Conus (Mollusca: Neogastropoda) in the Plio-Pleistocene of the Southeastern United States () Jonathan R. Hendricks, University of Kansas. Distinguishing characteristics. The Tucker & Tenorio taxonomy distinguishes Genuanoconus from Conus in the following ways. Genus Conus sensu stricto Linnaeus, ; Shell characters (living and fossil species) The basic shell shape is conical to elongated conical, has a deep anal notch on the shoulder, a smooth periostracum and a small shoulder of the shell is usually Class: Gastropoda. Genus Conus sensu stricto Linnaeus, Shell characters (living and fossil species) The basic shell shape is conical to elongated conical, has a deep anal notch on the shoulder, a smooth periostracum and a small : Gastropoda.