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This paper is primarily a study of the factors contributing to the distribution of Tegula funebralis and Tegula brunnea in the vicinity of Bodega Bay, California. The two species seldom appear extensively together in the same zone. Tegula brunnea is found on the exposed outer coast of Tomales Point, but not in the immediate zone of Tegula funebralis. Tegula funebralis is found at some points north of Dillon Beach, but it is rarely in the presence of abundant Tegula brunnea. The writer hopes that his efforts may lay a basis for more ecological studies of this genera on the Pacific Coast.
Breed, Allen Emmert. (1950). Studies on the ecological distribution of the genus Tegula at Bodega Bay, California. University of the Pacific, Thesis. https://scholarlycommons.pacific.edu/uop_etds/1115