2011
DOI: 10.1590/s1984-46702011000200012
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A new species of Acteon (Opisthobranchia: Acteonidae) from Northeast Brazil

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“…On the other hand, acteonids also lack dedicated studies in the Western Atlantic, where few works have been published (Rehder 1939, Marcus 1972, Cunha 2011, Zelaya et al 2011. Interestingly, recent studies have revealed new genera (Bouchet 1975, Salvador andCunha 2016) and species (Smriglio and Mariottini 1996, Valdés 2008, Cunha and Simone 2018 from around the world.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…On the other hand, acteonids also lack dedicated studies in the Western Atlantic, where few works have been published (Rehder 1939, Marcus 1972, Cunha 2011, Zelaya et al 2011. Interestingly, recent studies have revealed new genera (Bouchet 1975, Salvador andCunha 2016) and species (Smriglio and Mariottini 1996, Valdés 2008, Cunha and Simone 2018 from around the world.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Brasil-Petrobras started petroleum exploration in depths around 2,000 m. It is unknown how those exploratory activities affect the local fauna and the environment. Previous reports on the impact of commercial activities, mandatory under Brazilian laws, rarely deal with mollusks, and if they are included, mostly wide-ranged species are treated (e.g., Amaral et al 2003;Larrazábal & Oliveira 2003;Simone & Cunha 2003;Absalão et al 2005;Cunha 2011). As demonstrated here, the alleged presence of a wide-ranging fauna is challenged.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 89%
“…This paper deals with samples from surveys conducted at Canopus Bank, off Ceará, northeastern Brazil. As a result of these surveys, numerous new gastropod species have been revealed (Cunha, 2005;Costa & Simone, 2005;Simone & Abbate, 2005;Simone, 2006;Cunha, 2011). The present paper aims to describe a new species of Nassarius from that locality.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 92%