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Figure  1 — 1 – 4 ,  <b>Cittarium</b> <b>pica</b>  (Linnaeus), Guadeloupe Island, height ...
Published: 01 July 2002
Figure 1 — 1 – 4 , Cittarium pica (Linnaeus), Guadeloupe Island, height 46 mm, MNHN-PL1037R. 5 – 10 , Cittarium maestratii n. sp., upper Oligocene, St-Paul-lès-Dax (Lestrilles), Landes Dept., France; 5 , 10 , paratype, height 9 mm, MNHN-PL1037B; 6 – 9 , holotype, MNHN-PL1037A, height 39
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 March 1969
AAPG Bulletin (1969) 53 (3): 751.
... sided; their long dimensions parallel the rows. With lateral expansion, the crystals merge end-to-end to form strips over which new crystals are deposited. At depth, adjacent strips merge to form the broad laminae which characterize the nacre. In the gastropods Cittarium pica (Linné) and Astraea caelata...
Journal Article
Published: 24 November 2015
Journal of Paleontology (2015) 89 (4): 589–593.
...Bernard Landau; Gijs C. Kronenberg; Carlos M. da Silva Abstract Today, the marine gastropod genus Cittarium is present only in the West Indies faunas, represented by a single species C . pica , also known from the Pleistocene of Bermuda. Herein Cittarium praepica n. sp. is described from the Upper...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2002
Journal of Paleontology (2002) 76 (4): 767–770.
...Figure 1 — 1 – 4 , Cittarium pica (Linnaeus), Guadeloupe Island, height 46 mm, MNHN-PL1037R. 5 – 10 , Cittarium maestratii n. sp., upper Oligocene, St-Paul-lès-Dax (Lestrilles), Landes Dept., France; 5 , 10 , paratype, height 9 mm, MNHN-PL1037B; 6 – 9 , holotype, MNHN-PL1037A, height 39...
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( 1  –4 )  <b>Cittarium</b> praepica  n. sp., holotype NHMW
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Published: 24 November 2015
, approximately 50 m upstream from its confluence with Río Gurabo, Cercado Formation, Messinian, Upper Miocene; ( 8–10 ) Cittarium pica Linnaeus, 1758, RMNH.MOL.14765, height 29.8 mm, width 33.5 mm, Cuba, north coast, Recent; ( 11, 12 ) Cittarium maestratii
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 April 2002
PALAIOS (2002) 17 (2): 147–170.
.... The use of exotic shells in experiments has a precedent. Vermeij (1976) used shells from the Atlantic (i.e., Nucella lapillus ) and Caribbean (i.e., Cittarium pica ) to test whether Indo-West-Pacific crabs could peel or crush exotic shells. He found that Guamanian reef-flat crabs easily could crush...
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