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Date:         Mon, 30 Oct 2000 07:50:45 -0500
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From:         G Thomas Watters <gwatters@POSTBOX.ACS.OHIO-STATE.EDU>
Subject:      name change
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Get ready to change those labels!

In the latest Journal of Molluscan Studies (v. 66, p. 517), Roopnarine & Vermeij demonstrate that our faithful North American Chione cancellata is actually Chione elevata (Say, 1822). True C. cancellata is a Caribbean species.

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