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A Database of Western Atlantic Marine Mollusca

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Gastropoda: : Stromboidea: Strombidae

Strombus pugilis Linnaeus, 1758


Range: 26°N to 28.5°S; 83.33°W to 34.9°W
Depth: 0 to 55 m (live 1 to 55 m)
Maximum Reported Size: 110  mm

Synonymy

Strombus pugilis Linnaeus, 1758
Pyramis striata Röding, 1798
Strombus cornutus G. Perry, 1811
Strombus sloani Leach, 1814
Drillia actinocycla Dall & Simpson, 1901
Strombus nicaraguensis Fluck, 1905
Strombus peculiaris M. Smith, 1940
Strombus worki Petuch, 1993

Details


Strombus pugilis Linnaeus, 1758, p. 744, [List. conch. t. 906, f. 26; Bonan. 3, t. 299; Gualt. t. 32, f. B; Argen. t. 18, f. A]
[Basis of the current name]
Type Locality: ad Jamaicam
Range: 26°N to 28.5°S; 83.08°W to 34.9°W
Depth: 0 to 55 m (live 1 to 55 m)
Maximum Reported Size: 110 mm
Distribution: USA: Florida: East Florida; Colombia: Offshore islands; Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia; ABC Islands: Curacao; Venezuela: Gulf of Venezuela, Carabobo, Sucre, Islas Los Roques, Isla Margarita; Cuba: North Havana Province, North Matanzas, Villa Clara, Santiago de Cuba; Jamaica, Puerto Rico; Virgin Islands: St. Croix; Martinique, Brazil: Ceara, Rio Grande do Norte, Pernambuco, Alagoas, Bahia, Espirito Santo, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Parana, Santa Catarina
References: Dautzenberg (1900); Princz (1978b); Cosel (1986) DLl; Mello & Perrier (1986) E; Robinson & Montoya (1987) W; Wagner & Abbott (1990) M; Fernández Milera (1998); Kreipl & Poppe (1999); Macsotay & Campos (2001); Simone (2005a)

Drillia? actinocycla Dall & Simpson, 1901, p. 385-386, pl. 57, fig. 15
[Synonym]
Type Locality: Fish Hawk sta. 6062, Mayaguez Harbor, Porto Rico
Range: 18°N to 12°N; 68°W to 67°W
Depth: 50 m
Maximum Reported Size: 3.5 mm
Distribution: ABC Islands: Aruba, Curacao; Puerto Rico
References: Robinson (1991) s
Comments: Described from the protoconch and early whorls of Strombus pugilis according to Robinson (1991).

Strombus cornutus G. Perry, 1811a,  pl. 12, fig. 4
[Synonym]
Type Locality: 'South Seas'
References: Deshayes (1843) s; Petit (2003) s

Strombus nicaraguensis Fluck, 1905 
[Synonym]
Range: 14.05°N to 10.8°N; 83.33°W to 63.5°W
Depth: 0 to 33 m
Maximum Reported Size: 63 mm
Distribution: Nicaragua, Venezuela: Sucre, Isla Margarita
References: Clench & Abbott (1941) NS; Petuch (1993a) M; Petuch (1998a) dNW; Macsotay & Campos (2001) DSE

Strombus peculiaris M. Smith, 1940 
[Synonym]
References: Clench & Abbott (1941) s

Strombus pugilus sic, 
[Not available]
Comments: Error for pugilis by Clench & Abbott (1941).

Strombus sloani Leach, 1814 
[Synonym]

Pyramis striata Röding, 1798, p. 58, [Martini 1777, pl. 90, fig. 882]
[Synonym]
Type Locality: Not stated
References: Rosenberg (herein) s

Strombus pugilis worki Petuch, 1993a, p. 51-54, figs. 1-3
[Synonym]
Type Locality: Praia do Goes, Santos, Santos Bay, Sao Paulo State, Brazil
Range: 23°S to 27.5°S; 48.5°W to 43.9°W
Depth: 0 to 3 m
Maximum Reported Size: 90 mm
Distribution: Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Santa Catarina
References: Petuch (1993a) DdNSW; Kreipl & Poppe (1999) EM; Simone (2005a) s


Partial List of References

Dall, W. H. and C. T. Simpson. 1901. The Mollusca of Porto Rico. U. S. Fisheries Commission Bulletin 20: 351-524, pls. 53-58.
Linnaeus, C. 1758. Systema Naturae. Systema Naturae, 10th ed., vol. 1: 824 pp. Laurentii Salvii: Holmiae [Stockholm, Sweden].
Perry, G. 1811. Conchology.  iv + 5 pp., 61 pls. William Miller: London.
Petuch, E. J. 1993. Molluscan discoveries from the tropical western Atlantic region. New mollusks from the Gulf of Mexico, Bahamas platform, Caribbean Basin, and Brazil. La Conchiglia 24(266): 51-56. [Stated date: -- Mar 1993.]
Röding, P. F. 1798. Museum Boltenianum.  viii + 199 pp. Hamburg. [Stated date: -- Sep 1798.]

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