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Gastropoda - Neogastropoda - Turridae
It was recombined as Drillia vaningeni by Brown and Pilsbry (1911); it was recombined as Turris vaningeni by Mansfield (1925) and Maury (1925); it was recombined as Turris (Gemmula) vaningeni by Oinomikado (1939); it was recombined as Gemmula vaningeni by Olsson (1964) and Woodring (1970).
|Year||Name and author|
|1911||Drillia vaningeni Brown and Pilsbry|
|1913||Pleurotoma (Gemmula) vaningeni Brown and Pilsbry p. 505 figs. pl. 22, fig. 4|
|1925||Turris vaningeni Mansfield p. 15|
|1925||Turris vaningeni Maury p. 191|
|1938||Hemipleurotoma eileta Gardner p. 290 figs. pl. 38, figs. 27, 28|
|1939||Turris (Gemmula) vaningeni Oinomikado p. 624|
|1964||Gemmula vaningeni Olsson p. 93|
|1970||Gemmula vaningeni Woodring p. 361|
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