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  • Frontier, S. 1966. Notes morphologiques sur les Atlanta recoltees dans le plancton de Nosy Be (Madagascar). Cahiers O.R.S.T.O.M. Oceanographie 4(2): 131-139.
  • Richter, G. 1974. Die Heteropoden der "Meteor" Expedition in den Indischen Ozean 1964/65. "Meteor" Forschungs-Ergibnisse Ser. D, No. 17, pp. 55-78.
  • Richter, G. 1993. Zur Kenntnis der Gattung Atlanta (V). Die Atlanta peroni-Gruppe und Atlanta gaudichaudi (Prosobranchia: Heteropoda). Archiv fur Molluskenkunde 122: 189-205.
  • Seapy, R. R. 1990. The pelagic family Atlantidae (Gastropoda: Heteropoda) from Hawaiian waters: a taxonomic survey. Malacologia 32: 107-130.
  • Seapy, R., C. M. Lalli and F. E. Wells. 2003. Heteropoda from Western Australia Waters, pp. 513-546. In: F. E. Wells, D. I. Walker and D. S. Jones (eds), The marine flora and fauna of Dampier, Western Australia. Perth: Western Australian Museum.
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