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Feeding behavior of the infaunal bivalve Tagelus dombeii (Lamarck, 1818). Suspension vs. deposit feeding
(Universidad de Valparaíso. Facultad de Ciencias del Mar, 2008)
Impacts of the Invading Golden Mussel Limnoperna fortunei on Zooplankton: a Mesocosm Experiment
(Academia Sinica, 2012-04)
Invasive filter-feeding mussels and clams are well-known for profoundly impacting the invaded systems. Many studies in South America documented interactions of the Asian mussel Limnoperna fortunei with several components ...
A new Permian bivalve-dominated assemblage in the Rio do Rasto Formation, Parana Basin, Brazil: Faunal turnover driven by regional-scale environmental changes in a vast epeiric sea
(Elsevier B.V., 2015-12-01)
The basal portion of the Permian Rio do Rasto Formation (Serrinha Member), Passa Dois Group, Parana Basin, Brazil, records an entirely new bivalve fauna intercalated between the underlying Pinzonella neotropica assemblage ...
Mollusc feeding guilds on sandy beaches in Sao Paulo State, Brazil
(SpringerNew YorkEUA, 2003)
Tafonomia de tempestitos conchíferos amalgamados da formação Teresina em Rio Preto (Estado do Paraná, permiano médio, bacia do Paraná) e suas implicações paleoambientais
The deposits of the Permian Teresina Formation are mainly characterized by fi ne-grained siliciclastic rocks and centimetric intercalations of tempestites (bioclastic sandstones and coquinas). Despite the relevance of the ...
Tooth microstructure and feeding biology of the brittle star Ophioplocus januarii (Echinodermata: Ophiuroidea) from northern Patagonia, Argentina
(Revista de Biología Tropical, 2015-06)
Ophioplocus januarii is a common brittle star on soft and hard substrates along the Argentinian and Brazilian coasts. Based on stomach contents, tooth microstructure and field observations we identified its food. Opposed ...
Untold muddy tales: Paleoenvironmental dynamics of a barren mudrock succession from a shallow Permian epeiric sea
(Elsevier B.V., 2016-11-01)
During the late Paleozoic, the intracratonic Parana Basin, Brazil, in central Gondwanaland, was covered by a huge (>1.600.000 km(2)), shallow and isolated epeiric sea. Within the Permian succession, oxygen deficient fades ...
Response Of The Meiofaunal Annelid Saccocirrus Pussicus (saccocirridae) To Sandy Beach Morphodynamics
(Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2014)