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Published by Backhuys Publishers in Leiden .
Written in English



  • Malta


  • Prosobranchia -- Malta -- Identification.,
  • Pulmonata -- Malta -- Identification.,
  • Mollusks -- Malta -- Identification.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (v. 3, p. 243-258) and index.

StatementCharles Cachia, Constantine Mifsud & Paul M. Sammut ; with illustrations by Charles Cachia.
ContributionsMifsud, Constantine., Sammut, Paul M., 1945-
LC ClassificationsQL430.4 .C33 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationv. <3 > :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3618010M
ISBN 109057820684
LC Control Number2002390693

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The non-marine molluscs of Malta are a part of the molluscan fauna of Malta (wildlife of Malta).. A number of species of non-marine molluscs are found in the wild in are 77 species of gastropods, 15 species of freshwater gastropods, 62 species of land gastropods) and 2 species of bivalves living in the wild.. There are 4 non-indigenous species of gastropods (2 freshwater and 2 land. Published six times a year, British Wildlife bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book reviews and letters. Marine shelled molluscs from two locations in the Maltese Islands are also represented within shell grit as juvenile shells. This type of community has, to date, received very little scientific attention so far, although one can find very high numbers of individuals within these samples (POPPE & GOTO, ), with the elucidated species composition giving a good overall representation of. Book ID: Title: The non-marine molluscs of the Maltese Islands: Author: Giusti, F., Manganelli, G. & Schembri, P. Year: Info: Torino. pp., figs.

The non-marine Mollusca of the Maltese Islands have received more attention than any other faunal group, excepting the insects. More than 60 separate works mentioning Maltese molluscs exist, ranging from short notes on individual species, to descriptions of new species, entries in the regional catalogues. ConchBooks is a publishing house, book trader and antiquarian selling more than books, journals and reprints on mollusks. More than titles on snails, mussels, cephalopods, scaphopods and chitons have been published by our publishing house. Marine shelled molluscs from two locations in the Maltese Islands - a checklist. By Mirko Wölfling, Britta Uhl, Arnold Sciberras and Alan Deidun. Get PDF ( KB) Abstract. Climate change and manifold other anthropogenic influences are the main driving factors for changes in marine ecosystems. The Maltese archipelago, occupying an area of c km and situated in the central Mediterranean, consists of the inhabited islands of Malta and Gozo and a number of uninhabited islets and rocks. The islands are composed mainly of limestones of Oligo-Miocene age. Soils are young, show little horizon development, and are very similar to the parent rocks.

The marine mollusca of the Maltese Islands, Volume 2 The Marine Mollusca of the Maltese Islands, Constantine Mifsud: Autori: Constantine Mifsud, Paul M. Sammut: Illustrato da: Charles Cachia: Editore: Backhuys Publishers, Provenienza dell'originale: la University of California: Digitalizzato: 24 lug Esporta citazione: BiBTeX. PDF | On Jan 1, , Barry Roth and others published [Review of] The Non-Marine Molluscs of the Maltese Islands, by Folco Giusti, Giuseppe Manganelli, & Patrick J. Schembri | Find, read and cite. The non-marine molluscs of the Maltese Islands (Monografie / Museo regionale di scienze naturali) [Giusti, Folco] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The non-marine molluscs of the Maltese Islands (Monografie / Museo regionale di scienze naturali)Cited by: Marine shelled mollusca of the Maltese Islands. Part 1, Archaeogastropoda. Industrial Estate, Malta: Grima Printing and Pub., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Cachia; Constantine Mifsud; Paul M Sammut.