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Japonactaeon punctostriata

Gastropoda - Architectibranchia - Acteonidae

Taxonomy
Tornatella punctostriata was named by Adams (1840) [DISTRIBUTION: Pleistocene-Recent; Western Atlantic.]. It is extant.

It was recombined as Acteon punctostriatus by DuBar (1962); it was recombined as Acteon punctostriata by Richards (1962); it was recombined as Acteon (Acteon) punctostriatus by Woodring (1970); it was recombined as Japonactaeon punctostriata by Hendy et al. (2008).

Synonyms
  • Actaeon riomaensis was named by Maury (1917) [DISTRIBUTION: Miocene-Pliocene; Dominican Republic.]. It is not a trace fossil.

    It was recombined as Acteon riomaensis by Woodring (1928); it was synonymized subjectively with Acteon (Acteon) punctostriatus by Woodring (1970).
  • Acteon cubensis was named by Gabb (1873). It is a 3D body fossil.

    It was recombined as Tornatella (Actaeon) cubensis by Guppy (1876) and Guppy (1876); it was synonymized subjectively with Acteon (Acteon) punctostriatus by Woodring (1970).
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1840Tornatella punctostriata Adams
1873Acteon cubensis Gabb p. 245
1876Tornatella (Actaeon) cubensis Guppy p. 518
1917Actaeon riomaensis Maury pp. 11-12 figs. pl. 3, fig. 1
1928Acteon riomaensis Woodring p. 118
1962Acteon punctostriatus DuBar
1962Acteon punctostriata Richards
1970Acteon (Acteon) punctostriatus Woodring p. 415
2008Japonactaeon punctostriata Hendy et al.

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RankNameAuthor
kingdomAnimalia()
Bilateria
EubilateriaAx 1987
Protostomia
Spiralia
Schizocoela
phylumMollusca
RankNameAuthor
classGastropodaCuvier 1797
subclassHeterostropha
orderArchitectibranchiaHaszprunar 1985
superfamilyActeonoidead'Orbigny 1835
familyActeonidaed'Orbigny 1835
genusJaponactaeonTaki 1956
speciespunctostriata(Adams 1840)

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