Marine Gastropoda collected by the Steamer Albatross from the Philippines in 1908

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INTRODUCTION – From 1887 until 1925, the United States Fish Commission's Steamer Albatross conducted pioneering marine explorations in the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Most of the results of these expeditions have been published in accounts of the expeditions and through numerous scientific papers dealing with particular marine taxa. The most ambitious expedition of the steamer's service was a two-and-a-half year expedition to the Philippine Islands, beginning in 1907, in the wake of the United States occupation of the Philippines following the Spanish American War. All of the collections of the gastropods illustrated here occurred during 1908.

Author(s) Terrence M. Gosliner
Volume
Supplement 69 : Contemporary studies into the systematics and evolution of opisthobranch molluscs
Article Published
2006
Page Number
83

DOI
10.18195/issn.0313-122x.69.2006.083-093