Data from: Evolutionary and ecological implications of trematode parasitism of modern and fossil northern Adriatic bivalves

 

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Title Paleobiology ms 10051 Huntley and Scarponi Supplementary Material
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Description Modern samples are bulk samples collected from the shoreface at the given localities on the northern Adriatic coast of Italy. The fossil samples are bulk samples collected from cores drilled at three locations in the Po River Plain, Italy. Entries under "Taxon" are the genus and species names of bivalve (pelecypod) taxa.
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Huntley JW, Scarponi D (2012) Evolutionary and ecological implications of trematode parasitism of modern and fossil northern Adriatic bivalves. Paleobiology 38(1): 40-51. http://dx.doi.org/10.1666/​10051.1

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Huntley JW, Scarponi D (2012) Data from: Evolutionary and ecological implications of trematode parasitism of modern and fossil northern Adriatic bivalves. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.rk8df
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