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Freshwater Mollusks of the World Summary ✓ 104 Summary Freshwater Mollusks of the World Ing DNA seuencing data techniues help shed light on mollusk taxonomy distribution maps of each family's biogeographic locales a representative photo and distribution map for each of the freshwater mollusk families the latest information on each family's conservation status and how to reverse the habitat destruction modification and pollution that threatens it a discussion of the ecological and economic damages caused by invasive mollusk species as well as their role as disease vectorsMollusks provide us with amazing biogeographical insights their ancient fossil record goes back over 500 million years and their distribution patterns are a reflection of past continental and climate changes The only comprehensive summary of systema.
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Freshwater Mollusks of the World Summary ✓ 104 Summary Freshwater Mollusks of the World Tic and biodiversity information on freshwater mollusk families throughout the world this reference is a must for malacologists limnologists ichthyologists stream ecologists biogeographers and conservation biologistsContributors Christian Albrecht Rdiger Bieler Bert Van Bocxlaer David C Campbell Stephanie A Clark Catharina Clewing Robert H Cowie Kevin S Cummings Diana Delicado Hiroshi Fukuda Hiroaki Fukumori Matthias Glaubrecht Daniel L Graf Diego E Gutirrez Gregoric Kenneth A Hayes Yasunori Kano Taehwan Lee Charles Lydeard Nathaniel T Marshall Paula M Mikkelsen Marco T Neiber Timea P Neusser Winston Ponder Michael Schrdl Alena A Shirokaya Bjrn Stelbrink Carol A Stepien Ellen E Strong Maxim V Vinarski Amy R Wethington Thomas Wil.Charles Lydeard Í 4 Summary
Freshwater Mollusks of the World Summary ✓ 104 Summary Freshwater Mollusks of the World There are species of freshwater mollusks well over 5000 than all the mammal species of the world Freshwater mollusks are also arguably the most endangered fauna on the planet Yet few references exist for researchers shell enthusiasts and general readers who are interested in learning about these fascinating creatures In Freshwater Mollusks of the World Charles Lydeard and Kevin S Cummings fill that void with contributions from dozens of renowned mollusk expertsTouching on 34 families of freshwater gastropods snails and 9 families of freshwater bivalves mussels and clams each chapter provides a synthesis of the latest research on the diversity and evolutionary relationships of the family The book also includes a look at how evolv.
- Freshwater Mollusks of the World
- Charles Lydeard
- 17 September 2019