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Bensbergia arculata

Gastropoda - Murchisoniina - Soleniscidae

Buccinites arculatus was named by von Schlotheim (1820). It is not a trace fossil. It is the type species of Bensbergia.

It was recombined as Buccinum arculatus by d’Archiac and de Verneuil (1842); it was recombined as Macrocheilus arculata by Goldfuss (1844); it was recombined as Macrochilus arculatus by Roemer (1876); it was recombined as Macrochilina arculata by Holzapfel (1895), Koken (1896), Gürich (1909), Kirchner (1915), Heidelberger (2001) and Cook et al. (2003); it was recombined as Strobeus arculatus by Wenz (1938), Harper (1981) and Kaufhold (1994); it was recombined as Bensbergia arculata by Heidelberger and Koch (2005) and Wagner (2017).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1820Buccinites arculatus von Schlotheim p. 128 figs. pl. 13 f. 1a-b
1842Buccinum arculatus d’Archiac and de Verneuil p. 354 figs. pl. 32 f. 1
1844Macrocheilus arculata Goldfuss p. 29
1876Macrochilus arculatus Roemer figs. pl. 32 f. 6
1895Macrochilina arculata Holzapfel p. 170
1896Macrochilina arculata Koken p. 515
1909Macrochilina arculata Gürich p. 118 figs. pl. 35 f. 5
1915Macrochilina arculata Kirchner p. 240
1938Strobeus arculatus Wenz p. 368
1981Strobeus arculatus Harper p. 181 figs. f. 1B
1994Strobeus arculatus Kaufhold p. 106 figs. pl. 22 f. 4
2001Macrochilina arculata Heidelberger pp. 211 - 212 figs. pl. 22 f. 1-2
2003Macrochilina arculata Cook et al. p. 202
2005Bensbergia arculata Heidelberger and Koch pp. 48 - 49 figs. pl. 19 f. 6-12
2017Bensbergia arculata Wagner p. 2103

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EubilateriaAx 1987
classGastropodaCuvier 1797
superfamilyLoxonematoidea(Koken 1889)

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