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Description. Mitridae Costellariidae. by Alain Robin & Jean-Claude Martin. ISBN ,, published by Xenophora and ConchBooks, 66 pages including 32 full size color plates, about 8½ by 11¾ inches ( by cm) in laminated board covers. This is a beautiful and very well done work. Book ID: Title: Mitridae & Costellariidae de Polynésie française: Author: Balleton, M. & Marti, P. Year: Info: pp., full color, hardcover 4: Category: Books: Subcategory: Marine Mollusks: Kind: Marine: Fossil: Classification: Gastropoda Geozone: Australia and Oceania: Price: € net: Quantity: LOGIN TO BUY: New Item Used Item: Description. Book ID: Title: Mitridae - Costellariidae: Author: Robin, A. & Martin, J.-C. Year: Info: 36 pp., 64 col. pls, hc 4: Category: Books: Subcategory: Marine Mollusks: Kind: Marine: Fossil: Classification: Gastropoda Geozone: Asia, Africa, Australia and Oceania: Price: € net: Quantity: LOGIN TO BUY: New Item Used Item: Description. This Visaya supplement is the first of a series of 3 that focuses on the Mitridae and Costellariidae from the Indo-Pacific. Philippe Bouchet suggested that the databases of Conchology, Inc. should.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Mitridae Costellariidae at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users. Family Mitridae. 1 Domiporta strangei. 2 Mitra badia. 3 Mitra carbonaria. 4 Mitra cookii. 5 Mitra glabra. 6 Mitra solida. Other NSW species. Family Costellariidae. 7 Austromitra tasmanica. 8 Austromitra volucra. 9 Vexillum acromiale. Other NSW species. MITRIDAE + COSTELLARIIDAE. Are spectacular little shells, that live in sand and prey on worms. Most are superbly sculptured and vibrantly colored, alas small: mostly around 1" Then again, there are a few exceptions. The largest members of the family (pictured here) are also supremely attractive, and fortunately, quite available to shell. Mitridae Costellariidae: p 12; M-5/ Mitre Shells from the Pacific and Indian Oceans: Pl. 1/2, 7: Marine Molluscs of Mauritius: p 67/ The Book of Indian Shells: p 47/1: Seashells of South East Asia: p Shells of Vietnam: p ; Pl. 51/6: Indonesian Shells II: p 46/1: Visaya: Vol. 1/6, p 84/ 2: Synonyms; Mitra episcopalis Linnaeus, C., Mitridae Costellariidae: p
This is a large and interesting Family, tending to prefer warm tropical shallow water. They are sand dwellers and most species are relatively shells come in a stunning array of colors from drab browns, blacks, greys to striking reds, oranges, also come in an array of contrasting textures and patterns. Bold are books. Poppe, G. T. & Tagaro, S. P. New Species of Haloceratidae, Columbellidae, Buccinidae, Mitridae, Costellariidae, Amathinidae and Spondylidae from. The family Costellariidae consists of shells of similar shape to the Mitridae, but the animals differ in anatomy. The shells of most species bear strong axial ribbing, in contrast to the Mitridae where the sculpture is predominately spiral. Some have lirae inside the outer lip, but this not an obvious or consistent character. COSTELLARIIDAE. Are closely related to MITRIDAE. The larger species of this colourful family have always been appreciated by collectors and a few such as stainforthii and dennisoni became famous. About species. For a list of genera and species.