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Type: Artigo
Title: Bivalves of the São Sebastião channel, north coast of the São Paulo State, Brazil
Author: Tallarico, Lenita de Freitas
Passos, Flávio Dias
Machado, Fabrizio Marcondes
Campos, Ariane
Recco-Pimentel, Shirlei Maria
Introíni, Gisele Orlandi
Abstract: The north coast of the São Paulo State, Brazil, presents great bivalve diversity, but knowledge about these organisms, especially species living subtidally, remains scarce. Based on collections made between 2010 and 2012, the present work provides a species list of bivalves inhabiting the intertidal and subtidal zones of the São Sebastião Channel. Altogether, 388 living specimens were collected, belonging to 52 species of 34 genera, grouped in 18 families. Tellinidae, Veneridae, Semelidae, Ungulinidae, Mactridae, Solecurtidae, Corbulidae, Cardiidae, Lucinidae, Cooperellidae, Nuculidae, Psammobiidae, Donacidae, Solenidae, Periplomatidae, Thraciidae and Arcidae were the most representative families in this collection. Among the identified species, Caryocorbula caribaea, Codakia pectinella and Diplodonta punctata were intertidally abundant, while Macoma uruguayensis and Pitar fulminata were subtidally abundant. © 2014 Check List and Authors.
The north coast of the São Paulo State, Brazil, presents great bivalve diversity, but knowledge about these organisms, especially species living subtidally, remains scarce. Based on collections made between 2010 and 2012, the present work provides a speci
Subject: Bivalve
Molusco - São Sebastião (SP)
Molusco - Classificação
Molusco - Coleção e preservação
Country: Bulgaria
Editor: Pensoft
Citation: Check List. , v. 10, n. 1, p. 97 - 105, 2014.
Rights: fechado
aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.15560/10.1.97
Address: https://biotaxa.org/cl/article/view/10.1.97
Date Issue: 2014
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