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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2008
Journal of Paleontology (2008) 82 (1): 102–117.
.... cuneiformis is designated and illustrated, and its genus is revised to exclude Rocellaria Blainville, 1829 , and Lamychaena Freneix in Freneix and Roman, 1979 . Gastrochaena Spengler, 1783 is the most plesiomorphic of these three genera, as shown by its simple boring, short siphons, and diffuse, poorly...
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Figure  5 —Living specimens of two species of  <b>Lamychaena</b>  Freneix  in  Fre...
Published: 01 January 2008
Figure 5 —Living specimens of two species of Lamychaena Freneix in Freneix and Roman, 1979 , one from the Indian Ocean ( 1, 3 ), the other from the Western Atlantic ( 2 ). 1,3 , Lamychaena weinkauffi ( Sturany, 1899 ), Balaclava Bay, Mauritius; 1 , posterior of siphons, incurrent on right
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Figure  11 —Recent ( 1–5 ) and Miocene ( 6–11 ) species of  <b>Lamychaena</b>  Fre...
Published: 01 January 2008
Figure 11 —Recent ( 1–5 ) and Miocene ( 6–11 ) species of Lamychaena Freneix in Freneix and Roman, 1979 . 1–5 , Lamychaena weinkauffi ( Sturany, 1899 ), Naturhistorisches Museum, Wien, type specimens; 1–3 , holotype, NHMW 37985, Dahab, Red Sea, 28.9 mm long, 16.2 mm high, united valves
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FIGURE 10. Individuals of  Lithophaga  cf.  bisulcata . A) Cluster of macro...
Published: 01 January 2010
to reach the lateral margin of a large corallum (PBA, UF148039). C) Vertical section across the secondary axis of the corallum in Figure 10B . Note the occupied borings of Lithophaga (UF178651) and Lamychaena (UF178650) opening onto the basal and upper surfaces, respectively (UF148039, slice e).
Journal Article
Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 January 2010
PALAIOS (2010) 25 (6): 400–414.
... to reach the lateral margin of a large corallum (PBA, UF148039). C) Vertical section across the secondary axis of the corallum in Figure 10B . Note the occupied borings of Lithophaga (UF178651) and Lamychaena (UF178650) opening onto the basal and upper surfaces, respectively (UF148039, slice e). ...
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Figure  1 —Putative Nicobar Islands type specimens of  Gastrochaena cuneifo...
Published: 01 January 2008
Figure 1 —Putative Nicobar Islands type specimens of Gastrochaena cuneiformis Spengler, 1783 , Zoologisk Museum, University of Copenhagen, presently identified as likely syntypes of West Indies Pholas hians Chemnitz, 1788 [= Pholas hians Gmelin, 1791 , = Lamychaena hians ( Gmelin, 1791
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2010
Journal of Paleontology (2010) 84 (3): 505–517.
... a narrower range of morphologic variation. 5. Epi- and Endobionts . Although macroborers and epibionts are mostly lacking on the oral surfaces, the boring gastrochaenid bivalve, Lamychaena hians ( Gmelin, 1791 ) as well as a much smaller number of the boring bivalve Lithophaga sp. cf. L. bisulcata...
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