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Linatella caudata

Gastropoda - Ranellidae

Buccinum caudatum was named by Gmelin (1791). It is extant.

It was recombined as Cymatium (Cymatium) caudatum by Smith (1948); it was recombined as Linatella caudata by Landau and Marques da Silva (2010) and Beu (2010).

Sister species lacking formal opinion data

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Synonymy list
YearName and author
1791Buccinum caudatum Gmelin p. 3471
1816Fusus cutaceus Lamarck figs. pl. 427, fig. 4a, b
1822Cassidaria cingulata Lamarck
1853Triton (Linatella) poulsenii Mörch p. 33
1899Cassis (Semicassis) tegalensis Martin p. 156 figs. pl. 24, fig. 363
1899Dolium losariense Martin p. 163 figs. pl. 25, figs. 377, 378
1925Dolium losariense Vredenburg p. 280
1930Cymatium (Linatella) krenkeli Cox p. 118 figs. pl. 12, figs. 20-21b
1930Cymatium (Linatella) floridanum Mansfield p. 94 figs. pl. 12, fig. 10
1935Cymatium (Linatella) cingulatum Oostingh p. 61
1948Cymatium (Cymatium) caudatum Smith p. 4
1957Cymatium (Linatella) poulsenii Clench and Turner p. 198 figs. pl. 111, figs. 7-8
1963Linatella neptunia Garrard p. 43 figs. pl. 7, figs. 7, 8
1991Neptunea szukouensis Hu and Tao p. 340 figs. pl. 60, figs. 1-2
1991Cymatium cingulatum Lipe and Abbott p. 12
2003Cymatium cutaceum Lee and Chao p. 41 figs. pl. 4, fig. 96
2004Cymatium (Linatella) cutaceum Zhang and Ma p. 158 figs. text-fig. 98a, b
2010Linatella caudata Beu p. 140
2010Linatella caudata Landau and Marques da Silva p. 51

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EubilateriaAx 1987
classGastropodaCuvier 1797
superorderHypsogastropoda(Ponder and Lindberg 1997)
infraorderLittorinimorphaGolikov and Starobogtov 1975
superfamilyTonnoidea(Suter 1913)
familyRanellidaeGray 1854
subfamilyCymatiinaeIredale 1913
genusLinatella(Gray 1857)
speciescaudata(Gmelin 1791)

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.

No diagnoses are available