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Buccitriton sagenum

Gastropoda - Neogastropoda - Buccinidae

Taxonomy
Buccinum sagenum was named by Conrad (1833) [DISTRIBUTION: Middle Eocene; Gulf Coastal Plain.]. Its type specimen is ANSP 16874, a shell, and it is not a trace fossil.

It was recombined as Nassa sagena by Conrad (1834); it was recombined as Phos sagenum by Dall (1890); it was recombined as Phos (Buccitriton) sagenum by Cosmman (1901); it was recombined as Buccitriton sagenum by Conrad (1865) and Palmer and Brann (1966).

Sister species lacking formal opinion data

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Synonyms
  • Nassa cancellata was named by Lea (1833) [DISTRIBUTION: Middle Eocene; Gulf Coastal Plain.]. Its type specimen is ANSP 5841, a shell, and it is not a trace fossil.

    It was recombined as Buccitriton cancellatum by Tryon (1883); it was recombined as Buccinum (Nassa) cancellatum by de Gregorio (1890); it was synonymized subjectively with Buccitriton sagenum by Palmer and Brann (1966).
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1833Buccinum sagenum Conrad p. 34
1833Nassa cancellata Lea p. 165 figs. pl. 5, fig. 170
1834Nassa sagena Conrad p. 5
1865Buccitriton sagenum Conrad p. 20
1883Buccitriton cancellatum Tryon p. 154
1890Phos sagenum Dall p. 131
1890Buccinum (Nassa) cancellatum de Gregorio p. 102
1901Phos (Buccitriton) sagenum Cosmman p. 159
1966Buccitriton sagenum Palmer and Brann p. 536

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Spiralia
Schizocoela
phylumMollusca
classGastropodaCuvier 1797
RankNameAuthor
subclassProsobranchiaMilne-Edwards 1848
superorderCaenogastropodaCox 1959
orderNeogastropodaThiele 1929
superfamilyBuccinoidea(Rafinesque 1815)
familyBuccinidaeRafinesque 1815
genusBuccitritonMonfort 1810
speciessagenum(Conrad 1833)

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