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The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China

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Published by Hong Kong University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crustaceans,
  • China,
  • Hong Kong

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsBrian Morton (Editor), D. Dudgeon (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages700
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9160001M
    ISBN 109622091202
    ISBN 109789622091207

    - MORRIS S., , The concise illustrated book of seashells 8,00 - MORTON B., , III, The malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, 65,00 - MORTON B., , The malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, 38,00 - MORTON B. & DUDGEON D., , I, The malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, 65, The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China III. Hong Kong University Press, pp. Hong Kong University Press, pp. Morton, John, and Michael Miller.

    In: Morton, B. (Ed.), Proceedings of the First International Workshop on the Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong, pp. – Google ScholarCited by:   In Morton, B. and Tseng, C.K. (eds) Proceedings of the First International Marine Biological Workshop: The Marine Flora and Fauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, pp. – Cited by: 4.

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The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China Download PDF EPUB FB2

: The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China II (2 vols) (Pt. 2) (): Brian Morton, David Dudgeon: BooksAuthor: Brian Morton. International Workshop on the Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China (1st: Hongkong).

Malacofauna of Hong Kong and southern China. [Hong Kong]: Published by the Hong Kong University Press for the Dept. of Zoology, University of Hong Kong, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book.

Issue Date: Publisher: Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press: Abstract: This is a collection of 22 papers presented at the Third International Workshop on the Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China held at the Swire Marine Laboratory on 13 April to 1 May Published six times a year, British Wildlife bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book.

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Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China II, The (2 vols) A collection of papers presented to the Second International Workshop which reports the most recent research findings on the molluscan faunaof Hong Kong and Southern China. Opisthobranchs of Hong Kong. Collingwood, () provided the first and only account of opisthobranchs from the South China Sea until the publication of limited checklists on the fauna by Orr () and Tsi & Ma (), and a book (Orr ), illustrating 54 species in colour.

Sponsored by UNESCO [et al.]. The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China The Naturalist's Repository The philosophy of zoology The philosophy of zoology or a general view of the structure, functions and classification of animals The Zoological Miscellany (London) The Zoology of the Faroes Thesaurus Conchyliorum, London Tijds.

Nederl. Dierk. Ver. Finella is a genus of sea snails, marine gastropod mollusks in the family Scaliolidae. This genus has been assigned in the course of time to different families by different authors: Rissoidae, Cerithiidae, Dialidae, Obtortionidae, Finellidae and Diastomatidae Morphological and anatomical studies by Winston Ponder in established that the genera Finella and Scaliola didn't Class: Gastropoda.

Taylor J.D. & Wells F.E. A revision of the crassispirine gastropods from Hong Kong (Gastropoda: Turridae). In: B. Morton (ed.) The malacofauna of Hong Kong and southern China III. Proceedings of the Third International workshop on the malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China.

; External links. Tucker, J.K. ().Clade: Caenogastropoda. Fissurellidae) from Hong Kong. In The Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China III. Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on the Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong (ed.

Morton), — Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press. Kaehler, S. The non-coralline epilithic encrusting algae of Hong by: Malacofauna of Hong Kong and southern China: proceedings of the first international workshop, 23 March-8 AprilHong Kong by Brian Morton avg rating — 0 ratings — published Wells, F.

E., The Potamididae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of Hong Kong, with an examination of habitat segregation in a small mangrove system. In B. Morton & D. Dudgeon (eds), Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on the Malacofauna of Hong Kong and Southern China, Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press, Hong Kong.

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