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Abstract

THE DISTRIBUTION OF Carinaria mediterranea Blainville, 1825 (HETEROPODS) IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SHORES OF TURKEY

Carinaria mediterranea is a species of minute floating sea snail, a pelagic marine gastropod mollusc in the family Carinariidae. It is a cosmopolitan species with a wide north-south range between 60°N and 45°S. In the Mediterranean, it is common everywhere and penetrates deep into the Caribbean (http://species-identification.org/). In this paper, the distribution of C. medi-terranea specimens are given in Mediterranean coasts of Turkey.


Author(s): Yaar Ă–ZVAROL

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