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A Database of Western Atlantic Marine Mollusca

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Gastropoda: : Rissooidea: Assimineidae

Assiminea succinea (Pfeiffer, 1840)


Range: 42°N to 25.02°S; 97.1°W to 40°W
Depth: 0 to 4 m (live 0 to 0 m)
Maximum Reported Size: 3  mm

Synonymy

Syncera succinea (Pfeiffer, 1840) 
Paludina succinea Pfeiffer, 1840
Assiminea auberiana auct. non d'Orbigny, 1842
Cingula modesta H. C. Lea, 1845
Syncera modesta (H. C. Lea, 1845) 
Rissoa modesta (H. C. Lea, 1845) 
Cingula concinna C. B. Adams, 1850
Diala concinna (C. B. Adams, 1850) 
Phasianella concolor C. B. Adams, 1850
Assiminea vina Ev. Marcus & Er. Marcus, 1965

Details


Paludina succinea Pfeiffer, 1840, p. 253, [Faber 2004e, figs. 68-77]
[Basis of the current name]
Type Locality: Cuba [Nordküste, Pfeiffer 1839: 349; Matanzas Bay or Cardenas, based on localities cited by Pfeiffer (1854c)]
Range: 42°N to 23°S; 97.1°W to 40°W
Depth: 0 to 4 m (live 0 m)
Maximum Reported Size: 3 mm
Distribution: USA: Massachusetts, New York, Maryland, Virginia, Florida: East Florida; USA: Texas; Mexico: Campeche State, Yucatan State, Quintana Roo; Colombia, Bermuda, Bahamas: Abaco (Great or Little), Bimini; Cuba: Havana Province, North Matanzas, Guantanamo; Puerto Rico, Surinam, Brazil: Bahia, Rio de Janeiro
References: Wass (1972); Odé (1973b) W; Odé (1987a) D; Redfern (2001) M; Faber (2004e) T
Combining Genera:  Syncera

Assiminea auberiana auct. non d'Orbigny, 1842, 
[Not available]
Range: 29°N ; 83°W
Distribution: USA: Florida: West Florida
References: Maury (1922) NSEW
Comments: Misidentification.

Cingula (?) concinna C. B. Adams, 1850d, p. 70-71, Not figured
[Synonym]
Type Locality: Jamaica
Range: 18°N ; 77°W
Maximum Reported Size: 1.9 mm
Distribution: Jamaica
References: C. B. Adams (1850d) NSEWM
Combining Genera:  Diala

Phasianella concolor C. B. Adams, 1850c, p. 68, Not figured
[Synonym]
Type Locality: Jamaica
Range: 18°N ; 77°W
Maximum Reported Size: 2.5 mm
Distribution: Jamaica
References: C. B. Adams (1850d) NSEWM

Cingula modesta H. C. Lea, 1845a, p. 205, [H. C. Lea 1845b, pl. 24, fig. 5]
[Synonym]
Type Locality: Brooklyn, Long Island [New York]
Range: 40.6°N to 23°N; 82°W to 74°W
Maximum Reported Size: 2.5 mm
Distribution: USA: New York, New Jersey; Cuba: Havana Province
References: H. C. Lea (1845a) NEM; Stimpson (1851c); Lowden (1965) {NE}
Combining Genera:  Rissoa Syncera

Assiminea succinea vina Ev. Marcus & Er. Marcus, 1965a, p. 51-64, figs. 26-35, 37-40
[Synonym]
Type Locality: Cananéia, 25°01'S, 47°50'W, Brazil
Range: 25.02°S to 25.02°S; 47.83°W
Depth: 0 m (live 0 m)
Maximum Reported Size: 2.9 mm
Distribution: Brazil: Sao Paulo
References: Marcus & Marcus (1965a) DdlLNSEWM


Partial List of References

Adams, C. B. 1850. Descriptions of supposed new species of marine shells, which inhabit Jamaica. Contributions to Conchology 4: 56-68. [Stated date: -- Jan 1850.]
Adams, C. B. 1850. Descriptions of supposed new species of marine shells, which inhabit Jamaica. Contributions to Conchology 5: 69-75. [Stated date: -- Feb 1850.]
Lea, H. C. 1845. A description of some new species of marine shells inhabiting the coast of the United States. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 1: 204-205. [Stated date: -- Mar 1845.]
Marcus, E. [d. B.-R.] and E. Marcus. 1965. On Brazilian supratidal and estuarine snails. Boletim de Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras da Universidade de Sao Paulo, Zoologia 287: 19-103, 10 pls.
Pfeiffer, L. 1840. Uebersicht der im Januar, Februar und März 1839 auf Cuba gesammelten Mollusken. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 6(1): 250-261.

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