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A Database of Western Atlantic Marine Mollusca

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Work found, with species-group names introduced therein:

Say, T. 1826. Descriptions of marine shells recently discovered on the coast of the United States. Journal of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 5 207-221. [True date: -- Feb 1826.]
     Fusus bicolor, see Melongena bicolor (Say, 1826)
     Turritella concava, see Terebra concava (Say, 1826)
     Volvaria canaliculata, see Acteocina canaliculata (Say, 1826)
     Fusus 10-costatus, see Neptunea lyrata decemcostata (Say, 1826)
     Tellina decora, see Scissula similis (J. Sowerby, 1806)
     Infundibulum depressum
     Psammobia fusca, see Macoma petalum (Valenciennes, 1821)
     Tellina intastriata, see Leporimetis intastriata (Say, 1826)
     Tellina lateralis, see Macoma constricta (Bruguière, 1792)
     Delphinula? laxa, see 'Delphinula' laxa Say, 1826
     Amphidesma lepida, see Lepton lepidum (Say, 1826)
     Nassa lunata, see Astyris lunata (Say, 1826)
     Scalaria multistriata, see Epitonium multistriatum (Say, 1826)
     Amphidesma radiata, see Semele proficua (Pulteney, 1799)
     Calyptraea striata, see Crucibulum striatum (Say, 1826)
     Venericardia tridentata, see Pleuromeris tridentata (Say, 1826)
     Natica triseriata, see Euspira triseriata (Say, 1826)
     Nassa unicincta, see Engoniophos unicinctus (Say, 1826)
     Patella alternata, see Siphonaria alternata (Say, 1826)
     Nassa alba, see Nassarius albus (Say, 1826)
     Turritella aequalis, see Turbonilla aequalis (Say, 1826)

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