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Gastropoda - Pseudozygopleuridae
It was recombined as Turritella constricta by Fleming (1828); it was recombined as Phasianella constricta by Goldfuss (1832); it was recombined as Chemnitzia constricta by de Koninck (1844); it was recombined as Loxonema constricta by de Koninck (1881); it was recombined as Microptychis constricta by Longstaff (1933) and Batten (1966).
|Year||Name and author|
|1821||Melanea constricta Sowerby p. 33 figs. pl. 218 f. 2|
|1828||Turritella constricta Fleming p. 305|
|1832||Phasianella constricta Goldfuss p. 234|
|1844||Chemnitzia constricta de Koninck p. 465 figs. pl. 41 f. 5a-b|
|1881||Loxonema constricta de Koninck pp. 56 - 57 figs. pl. 6 f. 19-21|
|1933||Microptychis constricta Longstaff p. 109 figs. pl. 10 f. 9-11|
|1966||Microptychis constricta Batten pp. 86 - 87 figs. pl. 9 f. 4|
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