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Strobeus paludinaeformis

Gastropoda - Murchisoniina - Soleniscidae

Macrocheilus paludinaeformis was named by Hall (1858). It is not a trace fossil.

It was recombined as Soleniscus (Macrocheilus) paludinaeformis by White (1884); it was recombined as Soleniscus paludinaeformis by Keyes (1889) and Gromczakiewicz-Lomnicka (1972); it was recombined as Soleniscus paludiaeformis by Mark (1912); it was recombined as Sphaerodoma paludiniformis by Girty (1915); it was recombined as Soleniscus (Macrochilina) paludinaeformis by Knight (1931); it was recombined as Macrochilina paludinaeformis by Sturgeon (1937); it was recombined as Ianthinopsis paludinaeformis by Hoare (1961), Sturgeon (1964) and Thein and Nitecki (1974); it was recombined as Sphaerodoma paludinaeformis by Licharev (1975); it was recombined as Leptoptygma paludinaeformis by Bandel (2002); it was recombined as Strobeus paludinaeformis by Knight and Bridge (1944), Harper (1981), Kues (1991), Kulas and Batten (1997), Pan (1997), Nützel et al. (2000), Kues and Batten (2001) and Wagner (2017).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1858Macrocheilus ventricosus Hall p. 718 figs. pl. 29 f. 8
1858Macrocheilus paludinaeformis Hall pp. 719 - 720 figs. pl. 29. f. 10
1884Soleniscus (Macrocheilus) paludinaeformis White p. 187 figs. pl. 8 f. 17; f. 11 (not 12)
1889Soleniscus paludinaeformis Keyes p. 423
1912Soleniscus paludiaeformis Mark pp. 299, 317 figs. pl. 16 f. 17
1915Sphaerodoma paludiniformis Girty pp. 207 - 208 figs. pl. 24 f. 5-6a
1915Sphaerodoma ventricosa Girty p. 213 figs. pl. 24 f. 4, 4a
1931Soleniscus (Macrochilina) paludinaeformis Knight pp. 213 - 215 figs. pl. 23 f. 2a-m; pl. 27 f. 6
1932Soleniscus ventricosus Yin pp. 33 - 34 figs. pl. 3 f. 26-29
1937Macrochilina paludinaeformis Sturgeon p. 357
1944Strobeus paludinaeformis Knight and Bridge p. 479 figs. pl. 196 f. 9
1961Ianthinopsis paludinaeformis Hoare pp. 191 - 192 figs. pl. 23 f. 14-15
1964Ianthinopsis paludinaeformis Sturgeon p. 218 figs. pl. 35 f. 12-15; pl. 36 f. 3
1972Soleniscus paludinaeformis Gromczakiewicz-Lomnicka p. 36 figs. Pl. VIII, 4
1974Ianthinopsis paludinaeformis Thein and Nitecki pp. 195 - 196 figs. f. 88
1975Sphaerodoma paludinaeformis Licharev p. 126 figs. pl. 20 f. 15-17
1981Strobeus paludinaeformis Harper p. 181 figs. f. 1D
1991Strobeus paludinaeformis Kues p. 228 figs. 3.18, 3.19
1997Strobeus paludinaeformis Kulas and Batten p. 55 figs. pl. 4 f. 14A-B
1997Strobeus paludinaeformis Pan p. 608
2000Strobeus paludinaeformis Nützel et al. p. 579
2001Strobeus paludinaeformis Kues and Batten pp. 84 - 85 figs. f. 16.16-16.20
2002Leptoptygma paludinaeformis Bandel p. 170 figs. f. 220-223
2017Strobeus paludinaeformis Wagner p. S5079

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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.

J. B. Knight 1931Of moderate size; pear-shaped with moderately large body-whorl and tapering spire; sides of spire concave at neanic stages, convex at ephebic; whorl profile gently and evenly arched; sutures but slightly impressed; inductura only moderately thickened; siphonal fold prominent and in some specimens sharp with undercut anterior face, bordered posteriorly by moderately narrow and deep depressions, siphonal channel moderately wide, well defined; surface smooth, almost polished; growth-lines faint; color in life a uniform dark gray, nearly black.