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Gastropoda: : Trochoidea: Calliostomatidae

Calliostoma militare Ihering, 1907


Range: 23°S to 41°S; 63°W to 42°W
Depth: 30 to 65 m
Maximum Reported Size: 35  mm

Synonymy

Calliostoma bellicosum Ihering, 1907
Calliostoma dalli Ihering, 1907
Calliostoma militare Ihering, 1907
Neocalliostoma militare (Ihering, 1907) 
Calliostoma iheringi Dall, 1927
Calliostoma amazonicum Finlay, 1930
Calliostoma quequense Carcelles, 1944

Details


Calliostoma militaris [sic] Ihering, 1907, p. 438-439, pl. 17, fig. 116
[Basis of the current name]
Type Locality: Necochea
Range: 23°S to 41°S; 63°W to 42°W
Depth: 30 to 65 m
Maximum Reported Size: 35 mm
Distribution: Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo; Argentina: Buenos Aires, Rio Negro
References: Castellanos (1970a) SW
Combining Genera:  Neocalliostoma

Calliostoma amazonicum Finlay, 1930 
[Synonym]
Maximum Reported Size: 34 mm
References: Klappenbach (1968d) s

Calliostoma bellicosum Ihering, 1907, p. 439-440, pl. 17, fig. 117
[Synonym]
Type Locality: Dépôts pampiens et post pampiens de Bahía Blanca
Maximum Reported Size: 16 mm
Distribution: Argentina
References: Parodiz (1996) s
Comments: Described as a fossil.

Calliostoma dalli Ihering, 1907, p. 437, pl. 17, figs. 114a-c
[Synonym]
Attributed to: Ameghino (1906)
Type Locality: Deseado, formation pampienne
Maximum Reported Size: 8 mm
Distribution: Argentina
References: Strebel (1908) M; Parodiz (1996) s

Calliostoma iheringi Dall, 1927a, p. 5-6
[Synonym]
Type Locality: Nicochea, Brazil [sic, Argentina]
Range: 39°S to 39°S; 59°W
Maximum Reported Size: 35 mm
Distribution: Argentina: Buenos Aires
References: Dall (1927a) NSEWM
Comments: Non Ortmann, 1900, replaced by C. amazonicum Finlay, 1930 and C. quequensis Carcelles, 1944.

Calliostoma quequense Carcelles, 1944 
[Synonym]


Partial List of References

Dall, W. H. 1927. Diagnoses of undescribed new species of mollusks in the collection of the United States National Museum. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 70(2668): 1-11.
Ihering, H. von. 1907. Les Mollusques fossiles du Tertiare et du Crétacé Supérieur de l'Argentine. Anales del Museo Nacional de Buenos Aires (3)7: xiii + 611 pp., 18 pls.

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