Haminoea japonica

Haminoea japonica Pilsbry, 1895

Haminoea japonica by Gilles Cavignaux




































Haminoea japonica  Pilsbry, 1895

 Classification according to Bouchet et al. (2017)
Taxonomic source: World Register of Marine Species (AphiaID: 238369).

  • Haminoea callidegenita Gibson & Chia, 1989
  • Haminaea callidegenita Gibson & Chia, 1989
  • Haminea binotata var. japonica Pilsbry, 1895 (original)




  • Japonica. From Japan.


Known georeferenced records of the species: Haminoea japonica
: GROC 2010-2011
: Enric Madrenas
: João Pedro Silva
: Bernard Picton
: Manuel Ballesteros.
: M@re Nostrum
: Altres fonts
: Marine Regions


    Western Mediterranean:0 out of 5 stars
    Eastern Mediterranean:0 out of 5 stars
    Atlantic Ocean:0 out of 5 stars

This chart displays the monthly observation probability for Haminoea japonica based on our own records.

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Ballesteros, Manuel, Enric Madrenas, Miquel Pontes (2012-2019) "Haminoea japonica" in OPK-Opistobranquis, Published: 31/10/2014, Accessed: 20/08/2019 at (https://opistobranquis.info/en/2fvFj)

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