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Addicott, Warren O.; Greene, H. Gary (detail)
Zoogeographic significance of a Late Quaternary occurrence of the bivalve Astarte off the central California coast.
Veliger 16(3): 249-252. 1 tab. 17 figs. Jan. 1, 1974.
–Cites the Monterey Bay occurrence of Hydrodamalis gigas as evidence of a southward range extension of cold-water fauna during the Wisconsin glacial period (251-252).

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  x 1974 Addicott & Greene (HG; Monterey Bay; zoogeographic significance; 251-252.)

Hydrodamalis gigas (Zimmermann, 1780) Palmer, 1895
  x 1974 Addicott & Greene (zoogeographic significance of Monterey Bay occurrence; 251-252.)

  x 1974 Addicott & Greene (HG; Monterey Bay, California; zoogeographic significance; 251-252.)

Temperature, Effects of
(SEE ALSO: Behavior, Shelter-seeking or Escape; Migration & Movements; Natural Death or Injury; Pollution, Effects of; Thermoregulation)
  x 1974 Addicott & Greene (Hydrodamalis; paleoclimatic significance; 251-252.)

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