Takashi A. Okutani

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Takashi A. Okutani (OKUTANI Takashi (奥谷 喬司) Ph.D; born 1931), Japanese malacologist.

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Publications[edit]

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1959[edit]

  • Okutani, T 1959. A New Muricid Gastropod, Trophonopsis soyoae, sp. nov. from a Deep Water in Kumano-Nada, Japan. 20. pp. 350–352. doi:10.18941/venusjjmb.20.4_350. 
  • Egawa, K 1985. The First Underwater Observation on Living Habit and Thanatocoenoses of Calyptogena soyoae in Bathyal Depth of Sagami Bay. 44. pp. 285–289. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.44.4_285. ISSN 0042-3580. 

1986[edit]

  • Metivier, B; Okutani, T; Ohta, S 1986. Calyptogena (Ectenagena) phaseoliformis n. sp., an Unusual Vesicomyid Bivalve Collected by the Submersible Nautile from Abyssal Depths of the Japan and Kurile Trenches. 45. pp. 161–168. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.45.3_161. 

1991[edit]

  • Chotiyaputta, C; Okutani, T; Chaitiamvong, S 1991. A New Pygmy Cuttlefish from the Gulf of Thailand Idiosepius thailandicus n. sp. (Cephalopoda : Idiosepiidae). 50. pp. 165–174. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.50.3_165. 

1992[edit]

  • Okutani, T; Hashimoto, J; Fujikuwa, K 1992. A New Species of Vesicomyid Bivalve Associated with Hydrothermal Vents near Amami-Oshima Island, Japan. 51. pp. 225–233. doi:https://doi.org/10.18941/venusjjm.51.4_225. 

1993[edit]

1994[edit]

  • Hashimoto, J; Okutani, T 1994. Four New Mytilid Mussels Associated with Deepsea Chemosynthetic Communities around Japan (in ja). Venus : the Japanese journal of malacology (Malacological Society of Japan), 53(2): 61–83. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.53.2_61. ISSN 0042-3580. OCLC 5172901199. 
  • Sasaki, T; Okutani, T 1994. Description of a New Lottiid Limpet, Nipponacmea habei, with Special Reference to Morphology and Distribution of Two Infraspecific Populations. 53. pp. 1–20. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.53.1_1. 
  • Okutani, T 1994. An Analysis on "Collisella heroldi" Complex (Gastropoda : Lottiidae), with Description of Three New Species. 53. pp. 251–285. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.53.4_251. 
  • Okutani, T author2= Kojima, S 1996. An Unusual Vesicomyid Bivalve, Calyptogena nankaiensis n. sp. from Bathyal Depth off Honshu, Japan . 55. pp. 257–263. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.55.4_257. ISSN 0042-3580. 
  • Committee for Celebrating Dr. Okutani's retirement from Tokyo University of Fisheries, ed. (1996). Bibliography on the malacological works of Dr. Takashi Okutani, 1955-1994 [Okutani Takashi Hakushi gyōsekishu, 1955-1994] (in English and Japanese). Tokyo: Tokyo University of Fisheries. OCLC 876597239.

1997[edit]

  • Okutani, T; Kojima, S; Ashi, J 1997. Further Discovery of a New Taxon of Vesicomyid Clam from the Nankai Trough, off Honshu, Japan. 56. pp. 185–188. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.56.3_185. 

2000[edit]

  • Okutani, T; Fujikura, K; Kojima, K  2000. New Taxa and Review of Vesicomyid Bivalves Collectd from the Northwest Pacific by Deep Sea Research Systems of Japan Marine Science & Technology Center . 59. pp. 83–101. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.59.2_83. ISSN 0042-3580 . 
  • Two Additional New Species to Gastropod Fauna of Chemosynthetic Site on North Knoll of Iheya Ridge, Okinawa Trough. 59. 2000-12. pp. 267–275. 
  • fujikura, K; Kojima, S; Fujiwara, Y; Hashimoto, J; Okutani, T 2000. New Distribution Records of Vesicomyid Bivalves from Deep-sea Chemosynthesis-based Communities in Japanese Waters. 59. pp. 103–121. doi:10.18941/venusjjm.59.2_103. 

2002[edit]

  • Fujikura, K; Fujiwara, Y; Kojima, S; Okutani, T 2002-01. Micro-scale Distribution of Mollusks Occurring in Deep-sea Chemosynthesis-based Communities in the Japan Trench. Venus : journal of the Malacological Society of Japan ( ), 60(4): 225–236. doi: . ISSN 1348-2955. 

2007[edit]

2011[edit]

  • Okutani, T 2011. Bizarre Lucinid Bivalves from Southwestern Japan, including a New Species, and Relatives in Adjacent Waters. Venus (Journal of the Malacological Society of Japan), 69(3-4): 115–122. doi:10.18941/venus.69.3-4_115. 

2013[edit]

  • Calyptogena (Abyssogena) mariana : Discovery of a New Vesicomyid Clam from the Mariana Trench. 71. 2013. pp. 39–47. doi:10.18941/venus.71.1-2_39. 

2018[edit]

  • Chen, C; Okutani, T; Liang, Q 2018. A Noteworthy New Species of the Family Vesicomyidae from the South China Sea (Bivalvia: Glossoidea). Venus (Journal of the Malacological Society of Japan) (1-4): 29–37. doi:10.18941/venus.76.1-4_29. 
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