Nuevas especies y primeras citas de babosas marinas (Mollusca: Opisthobranchia) en las islas Canarias y en otros archipiélagos de la Macaronesia

Jesús Ortea, Leopoldo Moro, Juan José Bacallado, Manuel Caballer
2014 Vieraea  
The study of the opisthobranch fauna from the Canary Islands had an inflection point in the 80's, when a regular work with this group started. As a result, the number of species recorded or described in the Canaries has increased progressively, from the former inventory of 10 species, to the 287 that we know today. As a continuation of the global inventory of the fauna from the archipelago, 6 new species are described from singular localities in the Canaries. Key words: Mollusca, Opisthobranchia, new species, new records, Canary Islands.
doi:10.31939/vieraea.2014.42.04 fatcat:nw456v3iqbadvc6ydsg3vowdee