4) Creusia Leach, 1817 and Ceratoconcha Kxam- berger-Gorjanovic, 1889: both genera contain fossil species, so it is better split each into two groups, as fossil and ... Unsolved ecological and evolutional problems would ramain by to placing it in the Pyrgomatidae. ... However, we have replaced it in its traditional old position in the family Faviidae, supposing to the long related host specificity of Hoekia.
|Title||:||Bulletin of the Biogeographical Society of Japan|
|Author||:||Nihon Seibutsuchiri Gakkai|