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Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology

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    Chapter 1 A cladistic phylogeny of the genus Littorina (Gastropoda): implications for evolution of reproductive strategies and for classification
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    Chapter 2 Distribution of the species of rough periwinkle ( Littorina ) in Great Britain
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    Chapter 3 Estimating the phylogeny in mollusc Littorina saxatilis (Olivi) from enzyme data: methodological considerations
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    Chapter 4 Are the opposing selection pressures on exposed and protected shores sufficient to maintain genetic differentiation between gastropod populations with high intermigration rates?
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    Chapter 5 Biochemical genetic variation in the genus Littorina (Prosobranchia: Mollusca)
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    Chapter 6 Littorina neglecta Bean, a morphological form within the variable species Littorina saxatilis (Olivi)?
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    Chapter 7 Genetic variation within Littorina saxatilis (Olivi) and Littorina neglecta Bean: Is L. neglecta a good species ?
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    Chapter 8 Rapid colonization of Belgian breakwaters by the direct developer, Littorina saxatilis (Olivi) (Prosobranchia, Mollusca)
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    Chapter 9 Hybridisation in the Littorina saxatilis species complex (Prosobranchia : Mollusca)
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    Chapter 10 Scraping a living: a review of littorinid grazing
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    Chapter 11 Littorina mariae — a factor structuring low shore communities?
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    Chapter 12 Field observations on the feeding habits of Littorina scutulata Gould and L. sitkana Philippi (Gastropoda, Prosobranchia) of southern Vancouver Island (British Columbia, Canada)
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    Chapter 13 Effect of crab effluent and scent of damaged conspecifics on feeding, growth, and shell morphology of the Atlantic dogwhelk Nucella lapillus (L.)
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    Chapter 14 The relationship between flat periwinkle life histories and digenean infections
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    Chapter 15 Feeding behaviour in Littorina littorea : a study of the effects of ingestive conditioning and previous dietary history on food preference and rates of consumption
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    Chapter 16 Shell microstructure and mineralogy of the Littorinidae: ecological and evolutionary significance
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    Chapter 17 Differences in shell properties between morphs of Littoraria pallescens
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    Chapter 18 Adaptive and non-adaptive variation in two species of rough periwinkle ( Littorina ) on British shores
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    Chapter 19 Distribution, abundance and shell morphology of Littorina saxatilis (Olivi) and Littorina arcana Hannaford Ellis at Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire
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    Chapter 20 Thermal tolerance, evaporative water loss, air-water oxygen consumption and zonation of intertidal prosobranchs: a new synthesis
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    Chapter 21 Mate discrimination in Littorina littorea (L.) and L. saxatilis (Olivi) (Mollusca: Prosobranchia)
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    Chapter 22 Epilogue
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Progress in Littorinid and Muricid Biology
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Springer Netherlands, December 2012
DOI 10.1007/978-94-009-0563-4
978-9-40-106741-6, 978-9-40-090563-4

Johannesson, K., Raffaelli, D. G., Hannaford Ellis, C. J.

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