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Submarine Cave Bivalvia from the Ryukyu Islands
Includes bibliographical references (p. 127-133).
|Statement||Itaru Hayami and Tomoki Kase.|
|Series||Bulletin / University Museum, University of Tokyo,, no. 35, Bulletin (Tōkyō Daigaku. Sōgō Kenkyū Shiryōkan) ;, no. 35.|
|LC Classifications||QL430.6 .H38 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||133|
|LC Control Number||94207860|
Materials. We studied the bivalve mollusks collected from a submarine cave in the Ryukyu Islands, Japan (Kitamura et al. ).Some sublittoral limestone caves in the Ryukyu Islands are known to be inhibited by numerous species of tiny shells that are generally less than 5 mm in length (Hayami and Kase ).The fossils of these minute shells are preserved abundantly in the cave . Specimens were collected from Daidokutsu, a submarine cave off Iejima Island in the Okinawa Islands, part of the Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan, by Koshin Yasumura and Shinta Fujimoto in and For extraction of meiofauna, the cave sediment samples were stirred with tap water and the supernatants were concentrated using a 30 μm opening mesh.
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Submarine Cave Bivalvia from the Ryukyu Islands: systematics and evolutionary significance. Tokyo: University Museum, University of Tokyo. OCLC "Characteristics of submarine cave bivalves in the northwestern Pacific". Malacol. Bull; Kay, E. Alison (). "Mollusca". Hawaiian Marine Shells.
Bishop Museum Press. SUBMARINE CAVE BIVALVIA FROM THE RYUKYU ISLANDS: SYSTEMATICS AND EVOLUTIONARY SIGNIFICANCE Itaru HAYAMI and Tomoki KASE TOKYO. CONTENTS. Abstract Introduction Submarine Caves in the Ryukyu Islands Systematic Description.
Solemya (Petrasma) sp. Huxleyia cavernicola sp. nov. Pronucula insignis sp. nov. Familia: Cyclochlamydidae Genus: Cyclochlamys Species: Cyclochlamys incubata Name .
Cyclochlamys incubata (Hayami & Kase, 62, figs ); Holotype: UMUT RM. Three new species of echinoderid kinorhynchs are described from Daidokutsu, a submarine cave in Ryukyu Islands, Japan. Echinoderes gama sp. nov. is characterized by the presence of middorsal acicular spines on segments 4–8; lateroventral acicular spines on segments 7–9; lateroventral tubes on segment 5; sublateral tubes on segment 8; laterodorsal tubes on segment 10.
Daidokutsu Cave is located on the northeastern coast of Ie Island, Okinawa, Ryukyu Island Arc (Fig. 1A, B). The cave's entrance lies in about 19 m water depth on the fore-reef slope, and is roughly 18 m wide and 2 m high. The interior of the cave is very dark, 40 m long, and deepens abruptly inward to a maximum depth of 29 m (Fig.
1C). The aragonitic micro-bivalve Carditella iejimensis, which is less than mm in height and length, inhabits the sediment surface in a submarine cave off the Okinawa Islands, evaluate the use of this species as a quantitative paleoceanographic proxy, we analyzed the δ 18 O values of 50 living C.
iejimensis specimens collected from the Daidokutsu submarine cave (ca. 30 m water depth). Climatic and hydrologic variability in the East China Sea during the last years based on oxygen isotope records of the submarine cavernicolous micro-bivalve Carditella iejimensis Article Jun The submarine cave Daidokutsu (“large cave” in Japanese) is located on the northeastern coast of Ie Island, off the Motobu Peninsula of Okinawa Island ().The cave's entrance lies in about 20 m deep on the fore-reef slope ().The cave deepens abruptly inward to a maximum depth of 31 m (Hayami and Kase, ).There is no evidence of the inflow of underground water into the cave.
Hayami I, Kase T () Submarine cave Bivalvia from the Ryukyu islands: systematics and evolutionary significance. Tokyo Univ Mus Bull – Google Scholar. Morphological structures of the shell of Mytilus trossulus and Crenomytilus grayanus in early ontogenesis and their importance in the taxonomy of Mytilinae (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) - Volume 91 Issue 8 - G.A.
Evseev, N.K. Kolotukhina, V.A. Kulikova. of Pycnodonte from Ryukyu Islands: A living fossil oyster. Transactions and Proceedings of the Palaeontological Society of Japan, New Series () – Hayami, I.
& Kase, T. Submarine cave bivalvia from the Ryukyu Islands: systematics and evolutionary significance. The University Museum, The University of Tokyo, Bulletin. 1– The micro-bivalve Carditella iejimensis is less than mm in shell height and lives in the surface sediment within a submarine cave at Ie Island, Okinawa Islands, Japan.
A previous study interpreted that δ 18 O-derived temperature obtained from C. iejimensis shells indicates the water temperature between May and July of each year. This interpretation is based mainly on a statistically. Submarine cave Bivalvia from the Ryukyu Islands; systematics and evolutionary significance, Two new species of large mussels (Bivalvia Mytilidae) from active submarine volcanoes and a cold seep off the eastern North Island of New Zealand, with descriptions of a new genus.
We analyzed sediments and cavernicolous bivalve assemblages within cored sediments recovered from the Daidokutsu submarine limestone cave, which occurs in Pleistocene limestone on the fore-reef slope of Ie Island, off Okinawa, Japan. We found sand-sized brown grains within sediments aged 7,–6, cal BP, and identified the grains as debris derived from a red soil layer developed in.
Battle of Okinawa, (April 1–J ), World War II battle fought between U.S. and Japanese forces on Okinawa, the largest of the Ryukyu a is located just miles ( km) south of Kyushu, and its capture was regarded as a vital precursor to a ground invasion of the Japanese home islands.
Dubbed “the Typhoon of Steel” for its ferocity, the battle was one of the. Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu islands form a line from north to south. There are some other groups of islands including the Chishima (Kurile) Islands off the northeast of Hokkaido, the Izu-Ogasawara (Bonin) Island chain stretching south of Honshu, and the Ryukyu Islands stretching south of Kyushu.
Submarine Cave Bivalvia from the Ryukyu Islands: Systematics and Evolutionary Significance. By I. HAYAMI and No. Posterior Extension of the Swimbladder in Percoid Fishes, with a Literature Survey of Other Teleosts. By GA, TO and RA.
No. Sino-Japanese Flora—Its Characteristics and.Submarine cave bivalvia from the Ryukyu Islands. Tokyo: Tokyo University Press. Google Scholar. OpenURL Placeholder Text Heath. H. The anatomy of the pelecypod family Arcidae.inset, area of part (b) and 1: Daidokutsu Cave off Ie Island. (b) Location map of submarine cave Ginama on the northern tip of Okinawa.
(c) Simplified cross-section of the cave. Note vertical exaggeration. The white arrow shows the direction of the view in (d).
(d) Photograph of the cave entrance, looking outward from inside the cave.