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Soleniscus typicus

Gastropoda - Murchisoniina - Soleniscidae

Soleniscus typicus was named by Meek and Worthen (1860). It is not extant.

It was recombined as Soleniscus (Soleniscus) typicus by Knight (1931).

Synonymy list
YearName and author
1860Loxonema nitidula Meek and Worthen p. 465
1860Soleniscus typicus Meek and Worthen pp. 467 - 468
1866Polyphemopsis nitidula Meek and Worthen
1866Soleniscus typicus Meek and Worthen p. 384 figs. pl. 31 f. 15a-b
1884Soleniscus typicus White p. 187 figs. pl. 8 f. 18-19
1889Soleniscus typicus Keyes p. 423
1897Meekospira nitidula Ulrich and Scofield p. 1079
1912Bulimorpha nitidula Mark
1912Soleniscus typicus Mark p. 317 figs. pl. 16 f. 16
1931Soleniscus (Soleniscus) typicus Knight pp. 204 - 207 figs. pl. 22 f. 1a-k; pl. 27 f. 8
1941Soleniscus typicus Knight p. 324 figs. pl. 93 f. 2a-f
1942Soleniscus typicus Delpey p. 58 fig. 51
1944Soleniscus typicus Knight and Bridge p. 479 figs. pl. 196 f. 15-16
1960Soleniscus typicus Knight et al. p. 321 figs. f. 213.3
1961Soleniscus typicus Hoare pp. 188 - 189 figs. pl. 23 f. 3-4
1995Soleniscus typicus Batten p. 33 fig. 46
1997Soleniscus typicus Kulas and Batten p. 55 figs. pl. 4 f. 16A-B
2001Soleniscus typicus Kues and Batten p. 83 figs. f. 16.10-16.12
2017Soleniscus typicus Wagner p. 4753

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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; slender, high-spired and with anterior portion of the body whorl rather slender and drawn out; sides of spire straight or very gently convex; whorl profile very gently arched; sutures very slightly impressed; inductura thin; siphonal fold low, rounded, inconspicuous, making a very low angle with the columella, bordered anteriorly by narrow and deep siphonal channel and posteriorly by a groove of similar dimensions lying between the siphonal fold and the posterior fold, posterior fold high, thin, conspicuous, ending gradually just within the aperture and scarcely visible unless some of the outer lip is broken away; surface smooth, almost polished; growth lines indistinct; color in life a uniform dark gray, almost black.
R. L. Batten 1995Slender, fusiform shells with moderately rapid axial translation rate so that sutures form acute angle to axis. Whorl profile convex to slightly inflated. Sutures shallow but sharply defined. Base is rounded. Anomphalus. Aperture of adult is subovate. Siphonal fold very weak, low on columella, not developed on outer columellar lip. No siphonal notch on aperture.