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Reticutriton pfeifferianus

Gastropoda - Ranellidae

Triton pfeifferianus was named by Reeve (1844). It is extant.

It was recombined as Cymatium pfeifferianum by Hedley (1909); it was recombined as Cymatium (Gutturinium) pfeifferianum by Regteren Altena (1942); it was recombined as Reticutriton pfeifferianum by Habe and Kosuge (1966); it was recombined as Cymatium (Septa) pfeifferianum by Kilburn (1984); it was recombined as Cymatium (Reticutriton) pfeifferianum by Beu (1985); it was recombined as Reticutriton pfeifferianus by Beu (2010).

  • Triton gracilis was named by Reeve (1844) [DISTRIBUTION: Miocene-Recent; Caribbean.]. It is not a trace fossil.

    It was recombined as Lampusia gracile by Dall (1889); it was recombined as Gutturnium gracile by Maury (1917); it was recombined as Cymatium gracile by Popenoe and Kleinpell (1978); it was synonymized subjectively with Reticutriton pfeifferianus by Beu (2010).
Synonymy list
YearName and author
1844Triton pfeifferianus Reeve figs. pl. 4, fig. 14
1844Triton gracilis Reeve p. 106
1889Lampusia gracile Dall p. 227
1909Cymatium pfeifferianum Hedley p. 360
1917Gutturnium gracile Maury p. 107
1942Cymatium (Gutturinium) pfeifferianum Regteren Altena p. 104
1966Reticutriton pfeifferianum Habe and Kosuge p. 43
1978Cymatium gracile Popenoe and Kleinpell figs. pl. 5, figs. 60, 63
1984Cymatium (Septa) pfeifferianum Kilburn p. 2
1985Cymatium (Reticutriton) pfeifferianum Beu p. 59
2010Reticutriton pfeifferianus Beu p. 187

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EubilateriaAx 1987
classGastropodaCuvier 1797
superorderHypsogastropoda(Ponder and Lindberg 1997)
infraorderLittorinimorphaGolikov and Starobogtov 1975
superfamilyTonnoidea(Suter 1913)
familyRanellidaeGray 1854
subfamilyRanellinaeGray 1854
genusReticutriton(Habe 1966)
speciespfeifferianus(Reeve 1844)

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