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Author Williams, James D.

Title Freshwater Mussels of Florida
Published Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, 2014
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Contents Preface; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; List of Bivalve Mollusk Taxa; Chapter 1. Introduction; Chapter 2. History of Mussel Exploration; Chapter 3. Geology and Physiographic Divisions; Chapter 4. Inland Waters; Chapter 5. Mussel Distribution; Chapter 6. Biology and Ecology; Chapter 7. Mussel Conservation; Chapter 8. Shell Morphology and Soft Anatomy; Chapter 9. Format of Accounts for Genera and Species; Chapter 10. Accounts for Genera and Species; Genus Alasmidonta; Genus Amblema; Genus Anodonta; Genus Anodontoides; Genus Elliptio; Genus Elliptoideus; Genus Fusconaia; Genus Glebula
Family Sphaeriidae -- Fingernailclams, Peaclams, and PillclamsKey to the Additional Bivalves in Inland Waters; Glossary; Literature Cited; General Index; Systematic Index
Genus HamiotaGenus Lampsilis; Genus Medionidus; Genus Megalonaias; Genus Obovaria; Genus Plectomerus; Genus Pleurobema; Genus Ptychobranchus; Genus Pyganodon; Genus Quadrula; Genus Reginaia; Genus Toxolasma; Genus Uniomerus; Genus Utterbackia; Genus Villosa; Chapter 11. Species of Hypothetical Occurrence; Margaritifera marrianae; Elliptio nigella; Lampsilis binominata; Lasmigona subviridis; Pyganodon cataracta; Chapter 12. Additional Bivalves in Inland Waters; Family Cyrenidae -- Marshclams; Family Dreissenidae -- Falsemussels; Family Mactridae -- Surfclams
Summary An exhaustive guide to all aspects of the freshwater mussel fauna in Florida, Freshwater Mussels of Florida covers the ecology, biology, distribution, and conservation of the many species of bivalve mollusks in the Sunshine State. In the past three decades, researchers, the public, businesses that depend on wildlife, and policy makers have given more attention to the threatened natural diversity of the Southeast, including freshwater mussels. This compendium meets the increasingly urgent need to catalog this imperiled group of aquatic organisms in the United States
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 433-473) and indexes
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Subject Freshwater mussels -- Florida.
Form Electronic book
Author Butler, Robert S.
Johnson, Nathan A.
Warren, Gary L.
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