Pleurotomaria

Summary

Pleurotomaria is an extinct genus of sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Pleurotomariidae.[1]

Pleurotomaria
Temporal range: Jurassic-Cretaceous
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Pleurotomaria niloticiformes fossil at the Geological Museum in Copenhagen
Scientific classification e
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Mollusca
Class: Gastropoda
Subclass: Vetigastropoda
Order: Pleurotomariida
Superfamily: Pleurotomarioidea
Family: Pleurotomariidae
Genus: Pleurotomaria
Defrance, 1826
Type species
Trochus anglicus J. Sowerby, 1818

SpeciesEdit

With current taxonomic changes the genus Pleurotomaria has been reserved exclusively for fossil species (denoted with † below).
Known fossil species of Pleurotomaria include:[2]

  • Pleurotomaria agarista Billings, 1865
  • Pleurotomaria anglica (Sowerby, 1818) (synonym: Trochus anglicus)
  • Pleurotomaria angulosa d'Orbigny, 1842
  • Pleurotomaria antitorquata Münster, 1840
  • Pleurotomaria arctica Toula, 1875
  • Pleurotomaria arenaria Girty, 1908
  • Pleurotomaria awakinoensis Begg and Grant-Mackie, 2003
  • Pleurotomaria barrealensis (Cowper Reed, 1927) (synonym: Neoplatyteichum barrealensis)
  • Pleurotomaria bicoronata Sandberger and Sandberger, 1855
  • Pleurotomaria biondii Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria bodana Roemer, 1855
  • Pleurotomaria brennensis Reed, 1932
  • Pleurotomaria calcifera Billings, 1859
  • Pleurotomaria cancellata Stauffer, 1909
  • Pleurotomaria carinifera Girty, 1908
  • Pleurotomaria catherinae Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria cingulata Goldfuss, 1844
  • Pleurotomaria coheni Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria comata Lindström, 1884
  • Pleurotomaria coniformis de Koninck, 1883
  • Pleurotomaria costulatocanaliculata Sandberger and Sandberger, 1853
  • Pleurotomaria discoidea Girty, 1908
  • Pleurotomaria doris Hall, 1862
  • Pleurotomaria elderi Girty, 1908
  • Pleurotomaria estella Hall and Whitfield, 1872
  • Pleurotomaria exaltata d’Archiac and de Verneuil, 1842
  • Pleurotomaria gracilis Phillips, 1841
  • Pleurotomaria halliana Shumard, 1859
  • Pleurotomaria hectori (Trechmann, 1918) (synonym: Pleurotomaria (Sisenna) hectori)
  • Pleurotomaria helicoides Cowper Reed, 1901
  • Pleurotomaria hisingeri Goldfuss, 1864
  • Pleurotomaria hokonuiensis Trechmann, 1918
  • Pleurotomaria? homoruspira Szabó, 2017[3]
  • Pleurotomaria hyale Billings, 1865
  • Pleurotomaria indistincta Szabó, 2017[3]
  • Pleurotomaria isaacsii Hall and Whitfield, 1873
  • Pleurotomaria isomorpha Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria karetai Begg and Grant-Mackie, 2003
  • Pleurotomaria kiritehereensis Begg and Grant-Mackie, 2003
  • Pleurotomaria? laponya Szabó, 2017[3]
  • Pleurotomaria mariani Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria mazarensis Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria mica Girty, 1908
  • Pleurotomaria monilifera Terquem and Jourdy, 1873
  • Pleurotomaria murchisoniaeformis Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria neglecta Girty, 1908
  • Pleurotomaria neosolodurina Dacque, 1905
  • Pleurotomaria nikitini Fliegel, 1901
  • Pleurotomaria nodulocincta Szabó, 2017[3]
  • Pleurotomaria nodulocostulata Szabó, 2017[3]
  • Pleurotomaria nongradata Szabó, 2017[3]
  • Pleurotomaria notlingi Koken, 1896
  • Pleurotomaria nuda Delpey, 1941
  • Pleurotomaria obliqua Fliegel, 1901
  • Pleurotomaria okensis Gerasimov, 1992
  • Pleurotomaria otapiriensis Begg and Grant-Mackie, 2003
  • Pleurotomaria perfasciata Hall, 1860
  • Pleurotomaria pericarinata (Hall, 1847) (synonyms: Cyclonema pericarinata, Gyronema pericarinatum)
  • Pleurotomaria perornata Shumard, 1859
  • Pleurotomaria perversa Whidborne, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria planulata Girty, 1908
  • Pleurotomaria plicifera d'Eichwald, 1860
  • Pleurotomaria postumia Billings, 1865
  • Pleurotomaria proutiana Shumard, 1859
  • Pleurotomaria psiche Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria putilla Girty, 1908
  • Pleurotomaria replicata Lindström, 1884
  • Pleurotomaria retroplicata Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria richardsoni Girty, 1908
  • Pleurotomaria roemeri (Koken, 1889) (synonym: Euryzone roemeri)
  • Pleurotomaria rouillieri d'Orbigny, 1850
  • Pleurotomaria salomonensis Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria seminodosa Szabó, 2017[3]
  • Pleurotomaria sigaretus Sandberger and Sandberger, 1855
  • Pleurotomaria spilsbyensis Cox, 1960
  • Pleurotomaria striatissima Cowper Reed, 1901
  • Pleurotomaria subsulcata Goldfuss, 1844
  • Pleurotomaria subtilistriata Hall, 1847
  • Pleurotomaria trinchesii Gemmellaro, 1889
  • Pleurotomaria tunstallensis King, 1848
  • Pleurotomaria viola Billings, 1865
  • Pleurotomaria virgo Billings, 1865
  • Pleurotomaria waimumu Begg and Grant-Mackie, 2003
  • Pleurotomaria wiesberghausensis Szabó, 2017[3]
  • Pleurotomaria wurmi Römer, 1843
  • Pleurotomaria zitteli Holzapfel, 1882
Species brought into synonymy
  • Pleurotomaria adansoniana Crosse & Fischer, 1861: synonym of Entemnotrochus adansonianus (Crosse & Fischer, 1861)
  • Pleurotomaria africana Tomlin, 1948: synonym of Bayerotrochus africanus (Tomlin, 1948)
  • Pleurotomaria beyrichii Hilgendorf, 1877: synonym of Mikadotrochus beyrichii (Hilgendorf, 1877)
  • Pleurotomaria hirasei Pilsbry, 1903: synonym of Mikadotrochus hirasei (Pilsbry, 1903)
  • Pleurotomaria humboldtii Buch, 1839: synonym of † Lithotrochus humboldtii (Buch, 1839)
  • Pleurotomaria penultima d'Orbigny, 1850: synonym of † Leptomaria penultima (d'Orbigny, 1850) (original combination)
  • Pleurotomaria peresii d'Orbigny, 1850: synonym of † Leptomaria peresii (d'Orbigny, 1850) (original combination)
  • Pleurotomaria quoyana Fischer & Bernardi, 1856: synonym of Perotrochus quoyanus quoyanus (Fischer & Bernardi, 1856)
  • Pleurotomaria rumphii Schepman, 1879: synonym of Entemnotrochus rumphii (Schepman, 1879)
  • Pleurotomaria salmiana Rolle, 1899: synonym of Mikadotrochus salmianus (Rolle, 1899)
  • Pleurotomaria scalaris Münster, 1841: synonym of † Schizogonium scalare (Münster, 1841) (original combination)
  • Pleurotomaria scitula Meek & Worthen, 1861: synonym of † Dictyotomaria scitula (Meek & Worthen, 1861)
  • Pleurotomaria spilsbiensis Cox, 1960: synonym of †Pleurotomaria spilsbyensis Cox, 1960 (incorrect subsequent spelling of the species epithet)
  • Pleurotomaria spironema Meek & Worthen, 1866 : synonym of † Globodoma spironema (Meek & Worthen, 1866): synonym of † Nemaspira spironema (Meek & Worthen, 1866) (basionym)
  • Pleurotomaria subglobosa Hall in Miller, 1877: synonym of † Nemaspira subglobosa (Hall in Miller, 1877) (basionym)
  • Pleurotomaria subornata Münster, 1844: synonym of † Bathrotomaria subornata (Münster, 1844): synonym of † Szabotomaria subornata (Münster, 1844)
  • Pleurotomaria subpenea Netschaev, 1894: synonym of † Baylea subpenea (Netschaev, 1894) (basionym)
  • Pleurotomaria syssollae Keyserling, 1846: synonym of † Bathrotomaria syssollae (Keyserling, 1846) (basionym)
  • Pleurotomaria thouetensis (Hébert & Deslongschamps, 1860): synonym of † Amphitrochus thouetensis (Hébert & Deslongschamps, 1860) (superseded combination)
  • Pleurotomaria trochus Trautschold, 1860: synonym of † Proconulus rouillieri (d'Orbigny, 1850) (a junior synonym)
  • Pleurotomaria undulata Roemer, 1843: synonym of † Humboldtiella undulata (Roemer, 1843) (original combination)
  • Pleurotomaria uniangulata Hall, 1845: synonym of † Viviparus uniangulatus (Hall, 1845) (new combination)
  • Pleurotomaria westralis Whitehead, 1987: synonym of Bayerotrochus westralis (Whitehead, 1987)
  • "Pleurotomaria" perlata Hall, 1852: synonym of Isfarispira perlata (Hall, 1852)
  • Pleurotomaria westralis Whitehead, 1987: synonym of Bayerotrochus westralis (Whitehead, 1987) (original combination)
  • Pleurotomaria woodsi Wilckens, 1922: synonym of † Chelotia woodsi (Wilckens, 1922)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pleurotomaria Sowerby, 1821. Retrieved through: World Register of Marine Species on 3 April 2011.
  2. ^ Paleobiology Database: Pleurotomaria
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h János Szabó (2017). "Gastropods of the Lower Jurassic Hierlatz Limestone Formation, part 3. New pleurotomarioideans from the fauna of Hierlatz Alpe (Hallstatt, Austria)" (PDF). Fragmenta Palaeontologica Hungarica. 34: 9–48. doi:10.17111/FragmPalHung.2017.34.9.
  • Schmidt, W. & O. Bellec (1994). Findings of some uncommon sea-shells off Madagascar. African Journal of Tropical Hydrobiology and Fisheries 5(1): 63 - 66
  • J. G. Begg and J. A. Grant-Mackie. 2003. New Zealand and New Caledonian Triassic Pleurotomariidae (Gastropoda, Mollusca). Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 33:223-268

External linksEdit

  • Defrance J.L.M. (1826). Pleurotomaire (foss.). pp. 381-383, in: Dictionnaire des Sciences Naturelles (F. Cuvier, ed.), vol. 41. Levrault, Strasbourg & Le Normant, Paris
  • Dall, W. H. (1902). Note on the names Elachista and Pleurotomaria. The Nautilus. 15(11): 127