Occurrence of Obtusella intersecta in the Barents Sea (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Rissoidae)

I.O. Nekhaev

Abstract. Obtusella intersecta (S. Wood, 1857) was recorded from several sites of the Murman Coast which is the most northeast locality for this species and the first case of finding of O. intersecta in the Barents Sea and Russian waters. The description of the shell, the soft body and the female reproductive system of found specimens is provided.
Key words: molluscs, marine biodiversity, reproductive system, anatomy, Barents Sea, Rissoidae, Obtusella

Zoosystematica Rossica, 2015, 24(1): 3-8  ▪  Published in print 25 June 2015


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