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Strombina (Strombina) lessepsiana

Gastropoda - Neogastropoda - Columbellidae

Taxonomy
Strombina lessepsiana was named by Brown and Pilsbry (1911) [DISTRIBUTION: Late Miocene; northern South America, Panamanian Isthmus. COMMENTS: Type specimen and dimensions based on lectotype.]. Its type specimen is ANSP 64892, a shell, and it is not a trace fossil.

It was recombined as Strombina (Strombina) lessepsiana by Jung (1989).

Sister species lacking formal opinion data

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Synonyms
  • Strombina prisma was named by Pilsbry and Johnson (1911) [DISTRIBUTION: Miocene-Pliocene; Dominican Republic.]. It is a 3D body fossil.

    It was synonymized subjectively with Strombina (Strombina) lessepsiana by Jung (1989).
  • Columbella (Strombina) gatunensis was named by Toula (1911). It is not a trace fossil.

    It was synonymized subjectively with Strombina (Strombina) lessepsiana by Jung (1989).
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1911Strombina lessepsiana Brown and Pilsbry p. 352 figs. pl. 25, figs. 11, 12
1911Strombina prisma Brown and Pilsbry pp. 352-353
1911Strombina prisma Pilsbry and Johnson pp. 352, 353 figs. pl. 15, figs. 9, 10
1911Columbella (Strombina) gatunensis Toula p. 501 figs. pl. 30, fig. 8
1917Strombina prisma Maury p. 97
1922Strombina lessepsiana Olsson p. 126
1989Strombina (Strombina) lessepsiana Jung p. 62

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Spiralia
Schizocoela
phylumMollusca
classGastropodaCuvier 1797
subclassProsobranchiaMilne-Edwards 1848
RankNameAuthor
superorderCaenogastropodaCox 1959
orderNeogastropodaThiele 1929
superfamilyBuccinoidea(Rafinesque 1815)
familyColumbellidaeSwainson 1840
subfamilyColumbellinaeSwainson 1840
genusStrombinaMörch 1852
subgenusStrombinaMörch 1858
specieslessepsiana()

If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.

Diagnosis
No diagnoses are available