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Scientific Reports, ISSN 2045-2322, 12/2018, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 17532 - 7
Predation pressure occurs as a result of predation frequency and prey vulnerability. Although quantifying these factors individually is essential to precisely... 
DRILLING PREDATION | PREY | EVOLUTION | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | NATICID GASTROPODS | PATTERNS | ECOLOGY | SELECTION | Prey | Predators | Predation
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1993, Bulletin / University Museum, University of Tokyo, Volume no. 35, vi, 133
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Paleontological Research, ISSN 1342-8144, 10/2014, Volume 18, Issue 4, pp. 250 - 250
The Permian large gastropod "Pleurotomaria" yokoyamai Hayasaka was found for the first time from the Capitanian (upper Guadalupian) Iwaizaki Limestone in the... 
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Paleontological Research, ISSN 1342-8144, 10/2014, Volume 18, Issue 4, pp. 250 - 257
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GEOCHEMICAL JOURNAL, ISSN 0016-7002, 2017, Volume 51, Issue 3
We determined the stable carbon and nitrogen isotope compositions of foot tissue, conchiolin opercula, and the shell organic matrix from the marine gastropods... 
stable isotopes | MATTER | trophic interactions | Philippines | BRACHIOPOD SHELLS | NEGEV DESERT | GEOCHEMISTRY & GEOPHYSICS | naticid | DIET | shell organics | BERING-SEA | MIXING MODELS | AMINO-ACIDS | NITROGEN ISOTOPES | BIVALVE SHELLS | DELTA-C-13
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Paleontological Research, ISSN 1342-8144, 10/2016, Volume 20, Issue 4, pp. 385 - 393
Pleurotomaria yokoyamai Hayasaka is a remarkably large gastropod commonly found in the middle Permian allochthonous Akasaka Limestone of central Japan. Its... 
Permian | Gastropoda | Akasaka limestone | systematics | Nipponomaria | PALEONTOLOGY | Akasaka Limestone | BOUNDARY
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Journal of Crustacean Biology, ISSN 0278-0372, 05/2019, Volume 39, Issue 3, pp. 244 - 252
Abstract Neogene diversity history in the world center of biodiversity known as the Indo-Australian Archipelago (IAA) or the Coral Triangle remains poorly... 
Palaeo studies | Neogene | Sedimentary environments | Hot spots | Data | Biodiversity | Pliocene | Fossils | Biological diversity | Environments | Species diversity | Marine invertebrates | Hypotheses | Samples | Archipelagoes | Miocene | Aquatic crustaceans
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Paleontological Research, ISSN 1342-8144, 2014, Volume 18, Issue 4, pp. 250 - 257
The Permian large gastropod “Pleurotomaria” yokoyamai Hayasaka was found for the first time from the Capitanian (upper Guadalupian) Iwaizaki Limestone in the... 
Capitanian | gastropod | Permian | South China | South Kitakami Belt | TECTONICS | DETRITAL ZIRCON | AKASAKA | PALEONTOLOGY | OROGEN | TERRANE | TRENCH | BOUNDARY | PROVENANCE | LATITUDE
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Paleontological Research, ISSN 1342-8144, 2014, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp. 169 - 175
Calyptraphorus is a distinctive stromboidean gastropod genus with its earliest fossil record from the Campanian (Cretaceous). The genus survived the K-Pg... 
Calyptraphorus | Lazarus taxa | Gastropoda | Pliocene | Rostellariidae | Philippines | PALEONTOLOGY | TIMES | FOSSIL ABUNDANCE
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Paleontological Research, ISSN 1342-8144, 07/2014, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp. 169 - 169
Calyptraphorus is a distinctive stromboidean gastropod genus with its earliest fossil record from the Campanian (Cretaceous). The genus survived the K-Pg... 
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Paleontological Research, ISSN 1342-8144, 07/2014, Volume 18, Issue 3, pp. 169 - 175
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Paleontological Research, ISSN 1342-8144, 10/2017, Volume 21, Issue 4, pp. 358 - 379
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