Welcome to eBivalvia!
eBivalvia is an online repository for mollusc diversity. Participants will edit and maintain a classification, upload images, maintain bibliographic resources, among other activities.
We expect this to comprise a key resource for both the general public and experts in the field. In addition to serving as a stand-alone resource, eBivalvia feeds content directly into the Encyclopedia of Life (EOL).
Have something to contribute? You can become a member by creating a New Account.
Content is continually being added so please visit often!
Content at a glance: http://www.eol.org/collections/311
eBivalvia now features content on all molluscan classes
Following recurring enquiries from colleagues who have data on gastropods and other non-bivalve molluscs to contribute but could not find appropriate repositories to do so, eBivalvia has now been expanded to deal with all groups of molluscs.
Officially renaming the project to reflect the expansion is under consideration, but is not possible at present due to technical difficulties.
Recent bibliographic items
- Morphological Evidence Shows that Not All Velesunioninae Have Smooth Umbos
- Taxonomic study on the molluscs collected in Marion-Dufresne expedition (MD55) to SE Brazil: Xenophoridae, Cypraeoidea, mitriforms and Terebridae (Caenogastropoda)
- Redescription and anatomy of Diplodonta portesiana (d Orbigny, 1846) (Bivalvia, Ungulinidae) from Brazil
- Anthropogenic Extinction of Pacific Land Snails: A Case Study of Rurutu, French Polynesia, with Description of Eight New Species of Endodontids (Pulmonata)