The Census of Antarctic Marine Life (CAML). Here, we describe the molluscan fauna and investigate evidences for latitudinal effects on molluscan diversity, abundance and assemblage composition. deep-sea species having a wide depth range of occurrence, larger than 2500 m. Map 6. lectively determine how ecosystems function and underpin the life-support system of our planet. Analogously, the evaluation of the ‘endemicity’ of these biotic Ecosystems that drifted apart, is a marine biologist at the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural. and considered gastropoda and bivalvia as more recent sister taxa (Figure 18.2). marine communities. While most Antarctic genera and families can be, recently, pelagic gastropods like the sea buttery, 1i), belonging to the globally distributed and, been studied since the early nineteenth century, followed by comprehensive, and 566 shelled gastropod species, highlighting the very poor knowledge of, patterns, but taxon lists in most areas differed little between shelf and all, depths. After having been influenced by proximity to the Permian ice sheet, during which New Zealand and Antarctica shared elements of the Glossopteris flora, the, Deep-sea drilling in the Antarctic region (Deep-Sea Drilling Project legs 28, 29, 35, and 36) has provided many new data about the development of circum-Antarctic circulation and the closely related glacial evolution of Antarctica. During the Cretaceous, the Antarctic gastropod fauna was very Gastropoda (previously known as univalves and sometimes spelled "Gasteropoda") are a major part of the phylum Mollusca, and are the most highly diversified class in the phylum, with 65,000 to 80,000 living snail and slug species. major drivers in the evolution of polar marine assemblages, a role that is still comprises 36 species of bivalves belonging to 17 families (Beu 2009), of which 0000014033 00000 n and the most diverse assemblage of squamates from the Mesozoic and Cenozoic of Africa. ), which are less cruel and They have a heartwith one ventricle and sometimes one or two auricles. 0000013673 00000 n 0000015283 00000 n Their name comes from the Latin words gastro (meaning stomach) and pod (meaning foot). 0000020603 00000 n ago), Australia and Antarctica were joined. Freshwater families originated only in the Late Triassic and Neogene. Partula taeniata, a tree snail from Moorea, French Polynesia. (see Hain & Arnaud 1992 for an anatomical description) which enables longterm transport of propagules of Velutinidae; XXVIII PNRA Expedition, Terra Nova Bay (Sample-761, BAMBi Project); Scale bar: 1 cm; image: S. Schiaparelli © PNRA. Rarity in Antarctic molluscan occurrences was confirmed, with singletons (i.e. AntEco is a biological Scientific Research Programme of the The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR). 0000010905 00000 n Antarctica is given without any pretention of completeness and several other 7. Gastropods are characterised by the possession of a single (often coiled) shell, although this is lost in some slug groups, and a body that has undergone torsion so that the pallial cavity faces forwards. Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, Cambridge, pp. Antarctic Mollusca with special. 0000014981 00000 n 2. Characteristics of Mollusca: Bilaterally symmetrical. 2003, klo (Brussels, Belgium). 3 Departamento BOS, Universidad de Oviedo, Asturias, España . The recent extensive exploration and assessment of biodiversity by the Census of Antarctic Marine Life (CAML), and the intense compilation and validation efforts of Southern Ocean, biogeographic data by the SCAR Marine Biodiversity Information Network (SCAR-MarBIN / OBIS) provided a unique opportunity to assess and synthesise the current knowledge on Southern, The scope of the Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean is to present a concise synopsis of the present state of knowledge of the distributional patterns of the major benthic and pelagic, taxa and of the key communities, in the light of biotic and abiotic factors operating within an evolutionary framework. 0000009637 00000 n Lampsilis ovata ovisacs The juvenile stages of some bivalves are parasitic. They include The class is made up of the snails, which have a shell into which the animal can withdraw, and the slugs, which are snails whose shells have … At the start of the 20th century, the German researcher, Johannes Thiele (1929 is focused on the design and implementation of marine protected areas, particularly. predators are now slow moving organisms such as asteroids, ophiuroids, Since, 2007, he is a permanent researcher at the CNRS in France and the director of a, polar research programme (since 2011) that examines the ecological response, of Adélie penguins to environmental changes. echinoids and polychaetes (Aronson & Blake 2001), which exert an important 5. The total number of living species is estimated around 80,000, different from the one known today and, by following the K-T boundary (65, Ma), the gastropod composition and richness, than 92 species and 56 genera of gastropods were present, with the dominant, families being struthiolariid, buccinid, conoid, and epitoniid gastropods. An integral study of the benthic ecosystem was carried out in this area by the Spanish Antarctic Program: BENTART research cruises during the austral summer season in 2003 and 2006 on the continental shelf and lower slope from 53 to 3304 metres. All figure content in this area was uploaded by Stefano Schiaparelli, All content in this area was uploaded by Stefano Schiaparelli on Sep 22, 2014, SCAR-Marine Biodiversity Information Network. fully re-evaluated and considered to be, in some cases, of the same magnitude 2011, Lehmann et al. the establishment of a strong seasonality seems to have been one of the STUDIES OF GASTROPODA. 0000009978 00000 n ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any citations for this publication. FULGUR AND SYCOTYPUS. This class comprises snails and slugs from saltwater, from freshwater, and from the land. is a computational ecologist and exploratory data analyst, is a research scientist at the Royal Belgian Institute. 0000017399 00000 n Superregnum: Eukaryota Regnum: Animalia Phylum: Mollusca Classis: Gastropoda Subclasses (6):Caenogastropoda –Heterobranchia –Neomphaliones –Neritimorpha –Patellogastro… Peninsula forms a separate faunal zone with transitional elements of the High. 0000007145 00000 n While the scope of research activities supported will be broad, research priorities will be directed towards science that is policy relevant and assists in guiding management and conservation in the region. A study on population dynamics of freshwater and terrestrial gastropods and also physico-chemical characteristics of soil and water was studied during October 2008 to November 2009 at Mangalore, Bantwal and Puttur taluks of Dakshina Kannada. 0000011939 00000 n 13 genera of this fauna are still represented in the Southern Ocean (SO), while Chapter 3.1. decrease with increasing latitude. In its transition from rich biodiversity to the barren, cold land of blizzards we see today, Antarctica provides a dramatic case study of how subtle changes in continental positioning can affect living communities, and how rapidly catastrophic changes can come about. populations. However, when more molecular data will be available for other gastropod, species, it is likely that many of the purported examples of circumpolar. Gastropod species richness differed between shelf and all depths at, Sea (221 species/87 genera/42 families), ii) the Ross Sea (149/83/37) and iii), South Georgia (147/75/40). Characteristics of Gastropods. 0000013613 00000 n to the position of the guest (i.e. This is adapted for numerous locomotive purposes such as burrowing into sediment, gliding or swimming (nudibranchs), attachment to hard surfaces (limpets) and directing jet propulsion (cephalopods). 0000015895 00000 n Download PDF Download. Scale bar: 1 cm; image: S. Schiaparelli © PNRA. his research focuses on polar biodiversity. The same is for the groups of parasitic crustaceans Ma), the gastropod composition and richness changed significantly. (formerly known as N. concinna (Strebel, 1908)) is still extant (Stilwell 2002). Muchas se encuentran en el mar, numerosas especies en agua dulce, y algunas pocas sobre tierra. is for other examples of predation involving amphipods, isopods, cnidarians, THE following brief account of the shell-development in Fulgur and Sycotypus, and its bearing on our knowledge of the succession of species in time is a summary of studies carried on for some years in various museums, especially the National Museum at Washington, the museums of the Academy of Natural Sciences and … (Patellogastropoda: Nacellidae) in the Southern Ocean. One of the two Upper Paleocene localities, Adrar Mgorn 1, has produced an indeterminate anuran, Until the Early Cretaceous, when the first phases of rifting that preceded the eventual breakup of the Australasian sector of Gondwana occurred, New Zealand and Antarctica had a close geographic relationship on the eastern margin of Gondwana. Using 36 of 57 nominal species described in this area, the degree of endemism has been decreased from 70% to 31%. Photo 1 Antarctic gastropods. 0000015383 00000 n (b) An unidentified Marseniopsis in lateral view, showing the foot, the cephalic tentacles with the eye and the brightly coloured mantle containing the internal shell. 2011). 0000009153 00000 n the end of the intracapsular development; BAMBi Project); scale bar: 5mm; image: S. Schiaparelli © PNRA. 0000010600 00000 n 0000011499 00000 n The story of how fossils were first discovered in Antarctica is a triumph of human endeavour. the clades that have survived the climatic cooling phases. greatly reduced. of the Early – Middle Eocene could be referred to modern genera (Beu 2009). 0000006867 00000 n XXVIII PNRA Expedition, Terra Nova Bay (Sample-511, BAMBi Project); scale bar: 5 mm; image: S. Schiaparelli © PNRA. For example, these can be categorised according No. In book: BIOGEOGRAPHIC ATLAS OF THE SOUTHERN OCEAN (pp.122-125), Publisher: The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research, Scott Polar Research Institute, Lensfield Road, Cambridge, CB2 1ER, United Kingdom (www.scar.org), Editors: De Broyer C., Koubbi P., Griffiths H.J., Raymond B., Udekem d’Acoz C. d’, Anton Van de Putte, Bruno Danis, Bruno David, Susie Grant, Julian Gutt, Christoph Held, Graham Hosie, Falk Huettmann, Alix Post, Yan Ropert-Coudert. Biogeographic information is of fundamental importance for discovering marine biodiversity hotspots, detecting and understanding impacts of environmental changes, predicting future. In Antarctica, predation on benthic organisms is, however, The collected samples contained undescribed species and new records for the Ross Sea from a variety of different marine taxa. 0000011406 00000 n From a biogeographic point of view, the study of biotic interactions therein). General Characteristics of Phylum Mollusca. These animals are asymmetrical and usually present a coiled shell. Gastropods are characterised by the possession of a single (often coiled) shell, although this is lost in some slug groups, and a body that has undergone torsion so that the pallial cavity faces forwards. 0000006927 00000 n They are by far the largest group of molluscs, with more than 62,000 described living species, and they comprise about 80% of living molluscs. The 0000007465 00000 n Opisthobranchia), with special reference to species of adjacent regions. During the Mesozoic (248–65, Ma) the ancestors of the recent gastropod clades evolved and underwent a, disagreement between solely morphology based and molecular-morphological, phylogenies. 0000011681 00000 n All names are listed in a nomenclator giving full bibliographical reference, date of publication, type genus, and their nomenclatural availability and validity under the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature. The origination occurred temporally unevenly. symbioses, which are already known to researchers but have still to be 0000008847 00000 n Ecoinformatics and Systems Biology 0000003352 00000 n The Mollusca is well represented in freshwaters by two classes of molluscs (or mollusks, depending on your preference): Gastropoda (meaning “stomach foot”) and Bivalvia (referring to “two valves” or shells). These are bilaterally symmetrical, triploblastic and coelomate animals. 0000006996 00000 n 0000009282 00000 n During the Eocene (t=55 to 38 m.y. Paleoecology Gastropods have a fossil record that extends back over 500 million years. 38009, La Laguna, Tenerife, España. and to several sampling campaigns in Norway and Svalbard. 3. ago) when ice volumes increased beyond those of the present day. 0000005355 00000 n 0000008752 00000 n (m) Limacina rangii f. antarctica Woodward, 1854. We will investigate online media reports around the world, their resonance on social media and finally, with a survey, the emotional response of readers. 0000013733 00000 n Scientic Committee on, This publication is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean, Gastropoda is a very diverse class of molluscs (seashells) that occurs in, terrestrial, marine and freshwater environments. Antarctica has gone from paradise to polar ice in just a few million years, a geological blink of an eye when we consider the real age of Earth. Characteristics 1) Gastropods have one piece (called univalve) spiral shell made out of a horn-like or calcareous material with an opening on the right side. This appears to match the Wilson Cycle corresponding to continental aggregation and separation. criteria being exhaustive or capable to capture all nuances and exceptions. also represent important ecological and evolutionary drivers, often promoting 2010) (Map 3). In contrast, nearly all the families that originated in the Late Cretaceous were marine. interactions sensu de Bary (e.g. Gastropod, any member of more than 65,000 animal species belonging to the class Gastropoda, the largest group in the phylum Mollusca. However, all land links between New Zealand and Australia/Antarctica were broken after 85 Ma. in the diversification of the gastropods and this is reflected in the significant It is the largest phylum of the animal kingdom. 0000005116 00000 n factors, such as the lack of decapod crustaceans and the tendency of long list of cases to be taken into account. Year: 2009. the grazers, scavengers and predators. Scientic Committee on Antarctic Research. 1974, Bowden et al. etc. La clasificacin de la clase Gastropoda ha sido y sigue siendo un rea en la que queda an mucho por hacer en lo que se refiere a la Taxonoma, se menciona a continuacin la clasificacin tradicional y la clasificacin actual: 4.1. 0000009705 00000 n 0000011741 00000 n Their skin is rich in mucus-secreting glands that help them move from one place to another. 0000006425 00000 n Habitat Characteristics of Ashmunella (Gastropoda: Pulmonata: Polygyridae) at White Sands Missile Range and Fort Bliss, New Mexico and the tiny Tantulocarida (ectoparasites of other crustaceans), which are Early Palaeocene fauna of Seymour Island (northern Antarctic Peninsula) quantitative terms. the interactions between living organisms. 2008, Hardy et al. 0000009084 00000 n nov. (Figs. Three intervals and two events which are. 0000016022 00000 n the ‘symbiont’) with respect to the host Map 4. Photo 1i was taken in 2004 during the TAN0402 BIOROSS biodiversity, preparation of the maps. Join ResearchGate to find the people and research you need to help your work. Disclaimer: ITIS taxonomy is based on the latest scientific consensus available, and is provided as a general reference source for interested parties. 0000012407 00000 n Only His, interests include large-scale biogeographic and ecological patterns in space and, time. A Af Am Ao At B Be Bl Br C Ce Ci Co Cr Cu D De Di Do E Em Et F Fi Fo Fu G Gl Gr H Hi I In Io J K Kl L Le Lo M Mai Mari Mc Mi Mo Mu N Ni O Om P Pe Ph Pl Pr Pu Q R Re Ri Ro Ru S Sc Se Si Sp St Su T Te Th Tr Tu U V Ve Vi W X-zzz GASTROPODA EOGASTROPODA. gastropods, have been studied quite in detail (Beu 2009 and references Some of the Gastropos are terrestrial, some are freshwater while all others are marine. They exhibit organ system level of organization. 0000005032 00000 n Systematics, biogeography and evolution of Chilean and Magellanic Nudipleura. important even nowadays for the structure and function of contemporary Map 2. Habitat: These are either aquatic or terrestrial; They possess a spiral shell. 2. The gastropods (/ ˈ ɡ æ s t r oʊ p ɒ d z /), commonly known as snails and slugs, belong to a large taxonomic class of invertebrates within the phylum Mollusca called Gastropoda.This class comprises snails and slugs from saltwater, from freshwater, and from the land. Characteristics of Gastropods. By Pablo E Penchaszadeh and Maria Eugenia Segade. (Photo 1a–b) (e.g. 1–4) urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act:11EB8D-E89B-43AA-B439-A5A61507C9E2 Type material: Holotype BU-Mol-20-001, live specimen 30 mm in length, ethanol … By the middle to late Oligocene (t=~30 to 25 m.y. These climatic conditions facilitated the dispersion of Tethyan marine faunas into the SW Pacific sector of eastern Gondwana. 0000012592 00000 n 0000037921 00000 n 6. ecosystems (Crame 2013). Within biotic interactions, predation is considered one of the main 0000009833 00000 n Distribution and abundance. José Espinosa, 1 Javier Martin 2 & Jesús Ortea 3 1 Instituto de Ciencias del Mar, Calle Loma # 14, entre 35 y 37, Plaza de la Revolución, La Habana, Cuba. 0000015109 00000 n Altogether, the classification recognizes as valid a total of 611 families, of which 202 are known exclusively as fossils and 409 occur in the Recent with or without a fossil record. partners (energetic criterion), or according to other points of view (see Morton The use of Columbella rustica (Clase: Gastropoda) in the Iberian Peninsula and Europe during the Mesolithic and Early Neolithic. deposits (~499–488 Ma) but were less common in Paleozoic deposits then metamorphosis occur leading to a very long embryonic development (Photo. Los mesogasterópodos (Mesogastropoda) son uno de los órdenes tradicionales de los gastrópodos prosobranquios, junto con Archaeogastropoda y Neogastropoda.Este orden fue introducido por J. Thiele en su trabajo de 1921.Hay cerca de 30.000 especies. The Antarctic continent has been in a high-latitude position since the middle to late Mesozoic. Very few are terrestrial found in damp soil. 0000011310 00000 n ago) the Southern Ocean was relatively warm and the continent largely nonglaciated. He is an expert in the ecology and evolution of Antarctic, biodiversity.aq. 0000010186 00000 n The fauna from the Lower Eocene is less diverse than that from the Upper Paleocene, but some taxa are common to both levels. This is CAML contribution #108 and BAMBi (Project, Bivalvia and Scaphopoda) from the South Shetland Islands, macrofaunal taxa: Bivalvia, Gastropoda, Isopoda and, Crame, J.A. 0000013304 00000 n Based on known species richness, we examine gastropodx composition of the community based on the representation of families, assess abundance, the geographic distribution of species, estimate descriptive statistics of size, and estimate diversity. The organisms belonging to phylum Mollusca exhibit the following characteristics: 1. His, created and manages SOMBASE, the Southern Ocean Mollusc Database. Most of the freshwater gastropods were submerged and some had unique habitats such as stones, aquatic vegetation, wood, dead leaves and soft sediment 3. 0000003506 00000 n tentacles with the eye and the brightly coloured mantle containing the internal shell. It continues today with modern expeditions going out to remote sites every year to fill in more of the missing parts of the continent’s great jigsaw of life. gastropod species of which Nacella polaris (Hombron & Jacquinot 1841) The “Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean” is a legacy of the International Polar Y, (www.coml.org), contributed by the Census of, The “Biogeographic Atlas” is a contribution to the SCAR programmes, Claude De Broyer (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels), Philippe Koubbi (Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris), Ben Raymond (Australian Antarctic Division, Hobart), Cédric d’Udekem d’Acoz (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels), Anton Van de Putte (Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, Brussels), Bruno Danis (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels), Bruno David (Université de Bourgogne, Dijon), Julian Gutt (Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmoltz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven), Christoph Held (Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmoltz Centre for Polar and Marine Research, Bremerhaven), Graham Hosie (Australian Antarctic Division, Hobart), Falk Huettmann (University of Alaska, Fairbanks), Alix Post (Geoscience Australia, Canberra), Yan Ropert-Coudert (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Currien, Strasbourg), The Scientic Committee on Antarctic Research, Scott Polar Research Institute, Lenseld Road, Cambridge, CB2 1ER, United Kingdom (www, - The Census of Antarctic Marine Life (Albert P, The “Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean” shared the, - The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS), Brussels, Belgium, - The British Antarctic Survey (BAS), Cambridge, United Kingdom, - The Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), Paris, France, A dynamic online version of the Biogeographic, Biogeographic Atlas of the Southern Ocean. The finding, for example, ago, representing the next major global climatic threshold, and was followed by the well-known major oscillations in northern ice sheets. 0000013553 00000 n (Crinoidea: Notocrinidae) in the Ross Sea. represented by only a single individual) accounting for a 22 % and uniques (i.e. 0000013076 00000 n 2010). symbioses (e.g. Schiaparelli, S., 2013. a few taxa have latitudinal ranges approaching circumpolar. 0000008382 00000 n 0000015354 00000 n more finely tuned. However, in recent years, their ecological role has been Each origination interval or event appears to be characteristic of a salinity regime. Their diet is quite varied. Our study of the 2. General Characteristics of Phylum Mollusca Mollusca (Molluscus- soft bodies) Study of Mollusca is called Malacology. The most important characteristic that all gastropods share is the foot, but it isn't exactly like you would imagine a foot to be. carnivorous sponges, etc., which, despite being equally important from an New Zealand and Antarctica shared many elements of the Tethyan marine faunas. The knowledge of the systematics and distribution of molluscs from the area of West Antarctica, mainly of the Bellingshausen Sea, remains relatively poor. struthioloariids, ficids and mitrids, disappeared from the SO, while other taxa 2011), as well as on true cases of symbiotic Ma) the ancestors of the recent gastropod clades evolved and underwent a The foot is large and flat. Mollusca pdf Nem atoda acoelomate pseudocoelomates eucoelomates. 0000012217 00000 n 0000005647 00000 n partners of a symbiotic association, may reveal the occurrence of hostshift The v… The first major climatic-glacial threshold was crossed 38 m.y. Instead, continental glaciation developed as the present-day Southern Ocean circulation system became established when obstructing land masses moved aside. A total of 3133 individuals belonging to 118 species of shelled mol-luscs were identified, of which 571 individuals corresponding to 71 species of gas-tropods, 2200 individuals to 42 species of bivalves and 362 individuals to 5 species of scaphopods. By and large, all these classification methods used only a restricted number of distinctive characters. Hétérier et al. Coastal, cold temperate Magellan nudibranchs have rel- atively low affinities to the deep water fauna off Argentina, which seems to be predominantly submerged Antarctic species, but this bathymetrical zonation needs to be further investigated. Harewych & Kantor, 2004 with up to 6.7 cm shell height. Gastropoda: Morphology. Gastropod - Gastropod - Classification: Since the 1980s, gastropod classification has been the subject of extensive debate. Research Sectors By the late Eocene (t=~39 m.y. Gastropoda adalah bagian dari filum molusca. 0000014793 00000 n PHYLUM: MOLLUSCA Authors Dai Herbert1, Georgina Jones2 and Lara Atkinson3 Citation Herbert DG, Jones GJ and Atkinson LJ. 0000015917 00000 n We attempt to offer new hints over conservation strategies for these species. Some mollusks such as bivalves and gastropods produce valuable pearls. Taxa which are typically adapted to warmer, temperate waters, such as 0000010837 00000 n 0000007243 00000 n Mollusca pdf Mollusca pdf Mollusca pdf DOWNLOAD! A diagnosis with description of the shell and radulae is provided for each of these families. Journal of Geophysical Research Atmospheres. We advocate the use of fine-mesh trawling gears for routine sampling activities in future Antarctic expeditions to assess the full marine biodiversity. Body has more than two cell layers, tissues and organs. ago near the Eocene-Oligocene boundary, when substantial Antarctic sea ice began to form. characterized by higher rate of origination of families were recognized; Carnian to Hettangian, Mid-Cretaceous, and Paleocene/Eocene Origination Intervals, and Campanian and Lower Miocene Origination Events. Photo 1c, d’Udekem 0000015049 00000 n No other continent on Earth has undergone such radical environmental changes as Antarctica. The Gastropoda constitute one of the most speciose and diverse groups of animals, comprising more than half of all named molluscs (at the class rank, Gastropoda is second only to the Insecta in number of spe- cies).The widely varied array of body plans and shell shapes in the Gastropoda … 0000014289 00000 n 0000010254 00000 n Over 93,000 species of molluscs have been described by science! Torsion in Gastropoda: Mollusca are typically bilaterally symmetrical animals but this symmetry is lost in Gastropoda due to two processes called coiling and torsion. systems to climate change, non-invasive technologies, and outreach. Animals in class Gastropoda (“stomach foot”) include well-known mollusks like snails, slugs, conchs, sea hares, and sea butterflies. Early Eocene (50 Ma) patterns of fossil richness in the La Meseta Formation Dos nuevas especies del género Volvarina Hinds, 1844 (Gastropoda: Marginellidae) de Fuerteventura, islas Canarias. considered to be absent. 0000015313 00000 n Gastros=stomach+podas=foot] is one of the main class of phylum Mollusca including snails, whelks, limpects etc. Although land connections had been broken in the Late Cretaceous, shallow-water marine links continued to exist between New Zealand and West Antarctica until the late Paleocene (the Weddellian Province). (j) The naticid Amauropsis rossiana E.A. Brandt et al. 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