Classification :
Eukarya - Opisthokonta - Animalia - Mollusca - Bivalvia - Heterodonta - Heterodonta incertae sedis - Solenoidea - Solenidae - Solen
Solen roseomaculatus Pilsbry, 1901
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Red list status in Japan
Near Threatened (NT): Ministry of the Environment
Critically Endangered (A): Chiba
Critically Endangered (CR): Aichi
EN: Mie
Near Threatened (NT): Fukuoka
Near Threatened (NT): Kumamoto
Solen roseomaculatus Pilsbry, 1901 of literature
Japanese Association of Benthology (2012) Threatened animals of Japanese tidal flats: red data book of seashore benthos. Tokai University Press, Tokyo, 285 pp. (in Japanese).
Kuroda, T., Habe, T. and K. Oyama (1971) The sea shells of Sagami Bay, collected by His Majesty the Emperor of Japan. Maruzen Co., Ltd., Tokyo.
Matsukuma, A. (2000) Family Solenidae. In: Okutani, T. (ed.), Marine Mollusks in Japan. Tokai University Press, Tokyo, 991 (in Japanese).
Pilsbry, H. A. (1901) New Japanese Marine, Land and Fresh-Water Mollusca. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, 53(2), 385-408.
Valentich-Scott, P. (2003) A taxonomic, distributional and bibliographic checklist of Hong Kong bivalve molluscs and research published on them from 1971-2001. University of Hong Kong Press, Hong Kong, 259-310.
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