Natica solutaGould, 1847b, p. 239, [Gould 1860, pl. 15, fig. 257-257a] [Basis of the current name] Type Locality: Not stated ["Probably from the austral coasts of South America" (Gould 1852)] Range: 36.7°S to 54.07°S; 95.03°W to 44.6°W Depth: 18 to 1886 m (live 108 to 212 m) Maximum Reported Size: 30 mm Distribution: Argentina: Buenos Aires, Chubut, Santa Cruz, Burwood Bank; Falkland Islands, Tierra del Fuego, Chile; Subantarctic: Scotia Sea References: Powell (1951) l; Dell (1990) DdSEW; Castellanos & Landoni (1990) M; Forcelli (2000) s (of ^F. patagonica^); Pastorino (2005b) LN Comments: Pastorino's (2005) neotype designation is invalid as efforts to trace the type material are not stated and the need for a neotype was not explained. Pastorino's (2005) record 100 miles south of Lobos Island, Uruguay is treated here as off Argentina. Combining Genera: Polinices Polynices
Falsilunatia recognita auct. non Rochebrune & Mabille, 1889, [Not available] References: Pastorino (2005b) s Comments: Misidentification by Powell (1951, fig. 148).
Partial List of References
Gould, A. A. 1847. [Descriptions of shells from the collection of the Exploring Expedition] Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 2 237-239. [Stated date: -- Jul 1847.]