Presencia de moluscos tropicales de la provincia panameña en la costa central del Perú v su relación con los eventos "el niño

Translated title of the contribution: Presence of tropical mollusks from the panamanian province in the central coast of Peru ano relation with the events "el niño

Carlos Paredes, Juan Tarazona, Elba Canahuire, Leonardo Romero Chumpitaz, Oswaldo Cornejo, Franz Teodosio Cardoso Pacheco

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Abstract

The discovery 01 mollusks- That normally are distributed in the boundaries of Panamanian Province-in many localities ofthe Peruvian Province between years 1972 and 1994, period in which several events appeared " El Niño . Fifteen species of mollusks was possible determine, that extend own distribution: Pteria stema, Orobitella peruviana, Cryptomya californica, Cerithium (T.) stercusmuscarum, Malea ringens, Hexaplex brassica, Thais styllmanberryi, T. (M.) triangularis, T. (T.) callaoensis, Acanthina brevidentata, Purpura pansa, Neorapana muricata, Anachis (C.) nigrícans, Cancellaria (C.) decussata and C. (8.) chrysostoma. Variability in the boundaries of the biogeographics provinces of the Peruvian Coast, controlled by the ENSO, has been postuled.

Translated title of the contributionPresence of tropical mollusks from the panamanian province in the central coast of Peru ano relation with the events "el niño
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)123-128
Number of pages6
JournalRevista Peruana de Biologia
Volume5
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - 1998
Externally publishedYes

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