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On the Opisthobranch Genus Haminoea Turton & Kingston

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Title:On the Opisthobranch Genus Haminoea Turton & Kingston
Authors:Rudman, W.B.
Date Issued:Oct 1971
Publisher:University of Hawai'i Press
Citation:Rudman WB. 1971. On the opisthobranch genus Haminoea Turton & Kingston. Pac Sci 25(4): 545-559.
Abstract:A study was made of Haminoea zelandiae, H. solitaria, H. cymbalum,
and H. crocata. The reproductive systems show a close similarity to that of Aplysia
and lack of important anatomical differences show that Haloa and Lamprohaminoea
are unnecessary genera. The mantle cavity, alimentary canal, and nervous system
show the relationship of Haminoea to Atys and Smaragdinella.
Appears in Collections: Pacific Science Volume 25, Number 4, 1971

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