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AuthorC.O. van Regteren Altena
TitleThe Marine Mollusca of Suriname (Dutch Guiana) Holocene and recent Part II. Bivalvia and Scaphopoda
JournalZoologische Verhandelingen
Volume119
Year1971
Issue1
Pages1-100
ISSN0024-1652
Abstract"The student must know something of systematic work. This is populary supposed to be a dry-as-dust branch of zoology. In fact, the systematist may be called the dustman of biology, for he performs a laborious and frequently thankless task for his fellows, and yet it is one which is essential for their well-being and progress".
Maud D. Haviland in: Forest, steppe and tundra, 1926.

CONTENTS
1. Introduction, systematic survey and page references........ 3
2. Bivalvia and Scaphopoda.............. 7
3. References.................. 86
4. List of corrections of Part I.............. 93
5. Plates ................... 94
6. Addendum.................. 100
1. INTRODUCTION,
SYSTEMATIC SURVEY AND PAGE REFERENCES
In the first part of this work, published in 1969, I gave a general introduction to the Suriname marine Mollusca ; in this second part the Bivalvia and Scaphopoda are treated. The system (and frequently also the nomenclature) of the Bivalvia are those employed in the "Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology, (N) Mollusca 6, Part I, Bivalvia, Volume 1 and 2". These volumes were issued in 1969 and contain the most modern system of the Bivalvia. For the Scaphopoda the system of Thiele (1935) is used.
Classification38.22 ; 42.73
Document typearticle
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