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Biodiversity Journal 2015, Monograph: 415-490

  • Biodiversity Journal, 6 (1): 415-430 - MONOGRAPH
    Pasquale Micali, Italo Nofroni, Riccardo Giannuzzi Savelli, & Francesco Pusateri e Stefano Bartolini
    Coen’s Pyramidellidae (Gastropoda, Heterobranchia): a revision of types
    Proceedings of the Eighth Malacological Pontine Meeting, October 4th- 5th, 2014 - San Felice Circeo, Italy
  • Biodiversity Journal, 6 (1): 431-440 - MONOGRAPH
    Paolo Mariottini, Andrea Di Giulio, Carlo Smriglio & Marco Oliverio
    Additional notes on the systematics and new records of East Atlantic species of the genus Sorgenfreispira Moroni, 1979 (Gastropoda Mangeliidae)
    Proceedings of the Eighth Malacological Pontine Meeting, October 4th- 5th, 2014 - San Felice Circeo, Italy
  • Biodiversity Journal, 6 (1): 441-448 - MONOGRAPH
    Carlo Smriglio, Paolo Mariottini & Andrea Di Giulio
    Description of a new species of the genus Trophonopsis Bucquoy et Dautzenberg, 1882 (Gastropoda Muricidae Pagodulinae) from the Mediterranean Sea
    Proceedings of the Eighth Malacological Pontine Meeting, October 4th- 5th, 2014 - San Felice Circeo, Italy
  • Biodiversity Journal, 6 (1): 449-466 - MONOGRAPH
    Marco Passamonti
    The family Cypraeaidae (Gastropoda Cypraeoidea): an unexpected case of neglected animals
    Proceedings of the Eighth Malacological Pontine Meeting, October 4th- 5th, 2014 - San Felice Circeo, Italy
  • Biodiversity Journal, 6 (1): 467-480 - MONOGRAPH

    Bruno Amati & Italo Nofroni
    The Recent Rissoidae of the Mediterranean Sea. Notes on the genus Onoba s.s. H. Adams et A. Adams, 1852 (Gastropoda Prosobranchia)
    Proceedings of the Eighth Malacological Pontine Meeting, October 4th- 5th, 2014 - San Felice Circeo, Italy

    ABSTRACT
    The Mediterranean species belonging to the genus Onoba H. Adams et A. Adams, 1852 as currently conceived, are reviewed. With the exception of O. semicostata (Montagu, 1803) and O. aculeus (Gould, 1841) that range mostly in the European North-Eastern Atlantic and are rarely found in the Western Mediterranean, this genus is represented by six species with rather limited ranges: O. dimassai Amati et Nofroni, 1991; O. josae Moolenbeek et Hoenselaar, 1987; O. guzmani Hoenselaar et Moolenbeek, 1987; O. tarifensis Hoenselaar et Moolenbeek, 1987; O. gianninii (Nordsieck, 1974) and O. oliverioi Smriglio et Mariottini, 2000. A further possibly undescribed species is figured. For all species comparative morphometrics are provided. Onoba josae Moolenbeek et Hoenselaar, 1987 is here recorded for the first time in Italy, with the easternmost locality in this range.

  • Biodiversity Journal, 6 (1): 481-490 - MONOGRAPH
    Fabio Liberto, Maria Stella Colomba, Agatino Reitano, Salvatore Giglio & Ignazio Sparacio
    The endemic door snail of Marettimo (Egadi Islands, Sicily, Italy): Siciliaria (Siciliaria) scarificata (Pfeiffer, 1857) (Pulmonata, Clausiliidae)
    Proceedings of the Eighth Malacological Pontine Meeting, October 4th- 5th, 2014 - San Felice Circeo, Italy