2 edition of aquatic snails of the family Hydrobiidae of peninsular Florida found in the catalog.
aquatic snails of the family Hydrobiidae of peninsular Florida
Thompson, Fred G.
Bibliography: p. 169-171.
|Statement||by Fred G. Thompson.|
|LC Classifications||QL430.5.H9 T5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 268 p.|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||68009707|
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Heleobops is a genus of very small aquatic snails, operculate gastropod mollusks in the family Cochliopidae. Heleobops is one of three genera (together with Heleobia and Semisalsa) within the subfamily Semisalsinae.
Species. Species within the genus Heleobops include. Heleobops carrikeri Davis & McKee, ; Heleobops docimus Thompson, ; ReferencesClass: Gastropoda. Onobops is a genus of very small aquatic snails, operculate gastropod mollusks in the family Cochliopidae or in the Hydrobiidae. Species.
Species within the genus Onobops include: † Onobops bispiralis Wesselingh, Anderson & Kadolsky, - from Middle Miocene to early Late Miocene of the Pebas Formation † Onobops?bisulcatus Wesselingh, Anderson & Kadolsky, - from late Early Class: Gastropoda.
THE AQUATIC SNAILS OF THE FAMILY HYDROBIIDAE OF PENINSULAR FLORIDA. By Fred G. Thompson. University of Florida Press, Gainesville p. $ This is, in the author's words, "a study of the zoogeography, systematics, and ecology of the fresh and brackish water snails of the family Hydrobiidae that inhabit peninsular Florida.".
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