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La familia Pyramidellidae Gray, 1840 (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Heterostropha) en África Occidental. 3. El género Chrysallida s. l.

Peñas, Anselmo; Rolán, Emilio


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    <subfield code="a">&lt;p&gt;The Atlantic species which we attribute to the genera &lt;em&gt;Chrysallida s. l. &lt;/em&gt;(Heterostropha, Pyramidellidae) cited or found in the West coast of Africa, from the Mediterranean until South Africa, are revised. In total we consider 44 taxa with specific validity, from which 4 are cited by first time in the study area (&lt;em&gt;C. emaciata, C. ghisotti, C. nivosa &lt;/em&gt;and &lt;em&gt;C. palazzii&lt;/em&gt;), for 11 the known distribution area is enlarged (&lt;em&gt;C. clathrata, C. dimidiata, C. dollfusi, C. excavata, C. fenestrata, C. impercepta, C. interstincta, C. intumescens, C. juliae, C. sergei &lt;/em&gt;and &lt;em&gt;C. sigmoidea), &lt;/em&gt;12 are new for science. All them are described and most of them are figured. Further more, some taxa considered valid until now are passed at synonymy.&lt;br&gt;
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