|Other Titles:||BiogeographiαI Study on Bivalve-Inhabiting Hydroids(Cnidaria, Hydrozoa) in Japan|
|Author's alias:||Kubota, Shin|
|Abstract:||In Japanese waters five forms of two species of bivalve-inhabiting hydrozoans are parapatrically distributed. Such a distributional pattern may be due, in part, to the influence of the warm Kuroshio current at present, but it also suggests that the historical events of speciation of this taxonomic group are correlated with paleogeography and paleoclimate in Japanese waters.|
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