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Recent eastern pacific species of the bivalve genus semele


, : Recent eastern pacific species of the bivalve genus semele. Veliger 31(1-2): 1-42

Twenty-eight living species-level taxa of the genus Semele are recognized in the eastern Pacific, including one new species from the Panamic province, S. jamesi. Many type specimens are illustrated, some for the first time, and several lectotype and two neotype designations are made. A number of nominal taxa are relegated to synonymy. Each species is described and illustrated, and its distribution and habitat are discussed.

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