Order Littorinimorpha

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Family Naticidae

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Family Littorinidae

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Family Velutinidae

Shell usually weakly calcified, thin, cap-shaped, broadly ear-shaped or concealed by mantle, almost membranaceous. Aperture ear-shaped, pyri- form, roundly ovate or irregularly ovate, ample, occupying most of frontal plane of shell. Spire consists of 1-4 whorls sunk into the very large last whorl or slightly projecting above it. Shell usually covered by differently developed peri- ostracum (thin, membranaceous to thick, fibrous or setaceous). Edges of man­tle thick, fleshy, sometimes project beyond the aperture, partly or entirely con­cealing shell and fusing over it. In the latter case, the shell is almost devoid of the calcareous layer, conchiolinous, having a soft membranaceous texture. Foot large, oblong or almost rounded with nodulated sole. Operculum lack­ing. Radula taenioglossate, having a formula of 2 1 1 1 2. Animals hermaphro­ditic.

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Family Rissoidae

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Family Triviidae

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Family Capulidae

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Family Volutomitridae

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Family Aporrhaidae

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Family Naticidae

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Cryptonatica affinis Cryptonatica affinis Euspira pallidaEuspira pallidaBulbus smithiiBulbus smithiiAmauropsis islandicaAmauropsis islandicaNo photoPseudopolinices nanusNo photoCryptonatica bathybiiNo photoEuspira tenuistriata

Family Littorinidae

Key features are not set

Family Velutinidae

Shell usually weakly calcified, thin, cap-shaped, broadly ear-shaped or concealed by mantle, almost membranaceous. Aperture ear-shaped, pyri- form, roundly ovate or irregularly ovate, ample, occupying most of frontal plane of shell. Spire consists of 1-4 whorls sunk into the very large last whorl or slightly projecting above it. Shell usually covered by differently developed peri- ostracum (thin, membranaceous to thick, fibrous or setaceous). Edges of man­tle thick, fleshy, sometimes project beyond the aperture, partly or entirely con­cealing shell and fusing over it. In the latter case, the shell is almost devoid of the calcareous layer, conchiolinous, having a soft membranaceous texture. Foot large, oblong or almost rounded with nodulated sole. Operculum lack­ing. Radula taenioglossate, having a formula of 2 1 1 1 2. Animals hermaphro­ditic.

No photoPiliscus commodusNo photoOnchidiopsis glacialisNo photoVelutina plicatilisNo photoMarsenina glabraLimneria undataLimneria undataNo photoCiliatovelutina lanigeraVelutina velutinaVelutina velutinaNo photoLimneria insculptaNo photoOnchidiopsis groenlandicaNo photoVelutina schneideriNo photoOnchidiopsis carnea

Family Rissoidae

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Family Triviidae

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Trivia arcticaTrivia arctica

Family Capulidae

Key features are not set

Capulus ungaricusCapulus ungaricusTorellia delicataTorellia delicataNeoiphinoe kroeyeriNeoiphinoe kroeyeriAriadnaria borealisAriadnaria borealisNo photoNeoiphinoe arctica

Family Volutomitridae

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Family Aporrhaidae

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Aporrhais pespelecani Aporrhais pespelecani

Phylum:Mollusca
Class:Gastropoda

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1. PhD Zakharov Denis V.

1. PhD Zakharov Denis V.

The project leader

Academic degree: PhD
Occupation: senior scientist
Workplace: Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography (PINRO)
Taxonomic group: Gastropoda
E-mail: zakharden@yandex.ru

2. Zimina Olga L.

2. Zimina Olga L.

The project leader

Occupation: scientist
Workplace: Murmansk Marine Biological Institute (MMBI)
Taxonomic group: Malacostraca, Cirripedia, Pycnogonida
E-mail: o.l.zimina@gmail.com

3. PhD Lyubin Pavel Anatolevich

3. PhD Lyubin Pavel Anatolevich

Author of idea

Academic degree: PhD
Workplace: IPEN Tatarian ASSPBOE
Occupation: senior scientist
Taxonomic group:  Mollusca, Gastropoda
E-mail: plubin@mail.ru

5. PhD Strelkova (Anisimova) Natalya A.

5. PhD Strelkova (Anisimova) Natalya A.

Academic degree: PhD
Workplace: Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography (PINRO)
Occupation: Senior scientist, deputy head of laboratory
Taxonomic group: Echinodermata
E-mail: natalya.anisimova@mail.ru

6. Manushin Igor Evgenjevich

6. Manushin Igor Evgenjevich

Occupation: scientist
Workplace: Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography (PINRO)
Taxonomic groups: Bivalvia, Brachiopoda
E-mail: manushyn@gmail.com

Lazareva Darya Ju.

Lazareva Darya Ju.

Occupation: Reseacher
Workplace:
Polar Research Institute of Marine Fisheries and Oceanography (PINRO)
Taxonomic groups: Bivalvia
E-mail: lada9405@gmail.com

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  2. Gulbin V.V., Golikov A.N. A review of the prosobranch family velutinidae in cold and temperate waters of the Northern Hemisphere IV: Velutininae. Genera Velutella, Cartilagovelutina and Marsenina;
  3. Gulbin V.V., Golikov A.N. A review of the prosobranch family Velutinidae in cold and temperate waters of the Northern Hemisphere. I. Capulacmaeinae;
  4. Gulbin V.V., Golikov A.N. A review of the prosobranch family Velutinidae in cold and temperate waters of the Northern Hemisphere. III. Velutininae. Genera Ciliatovelutina and Velutina;
  5. Gulbin V.V., Golikov A.N. A review of the prosobranch family Velutinidae of cold and temperate waters of Northern Hemisphere. V. Onchidiopsinae;