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Bivalvia: Euheterodonta: Tellinoidea: Tellininae

Angulus versicolor (De Kay, 1843)


Range: 41°N to 28°S; 82.7°W to 41°W
Depth: 2 to 90 m
Maximum Reported Size: 17  mm

Synonymy

Tellina versicolor De Kay, 1843
Tellina pauperata d'Orbigny, 1853

Details


Tellina versicolor De Kay, 1843, p. 209, pl. 26, fig. 172
[Basis of the current name]
Attributed to: Cozzens MS
Type Locality: Hudson [River] at Glass-house point, a few miles above [New York] City
Range: 41°N to 28°S; 82.7°W to 41°W
Depth: 2 to 90 m
Maximum Reported Size: 17 mm
Distribution: USA: Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Florida: East Florida, West Florida, Florida Keys; USA: Texas
References: Perry & Schwengel (1955) M; Sykes & Hall (1970) W; Lyons et al. (1971) D; Mikkelsen & Bieler (2004) c
Comments: Nude name in Jay (1835, 1836, 1839).

Tellina pauperata d'Orbigny, 1853, p. 255, pl. 26, figs. 18-20
[Synonym]
Attributed to: d'Orbigny (1842)
Type Locality: Guadeloupe and Martinique
Range: 26.5°N to 14.8°N; 82°W to 61°W
Maximum Reported Size: 12 mm
Distribution: USA: Florida: West Florida; Guadeloupe, Martinique
References: Perry & Schwengel (1955) NWM


Partial List of References

d'Orbigny, A. 1853. Mollusques Histoire Physique, Politique et Naturelle de l'Óle de Cuba 2 [iv] + 225-380, pls. 26-28?.
De Kay, J. E. 1843. Mollusca Zoology of New York 5 [iii] + iv + [iv] + 271 pp., 40 pls.

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