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Gastropoda - Murchisoniina - Soleniscidae
It was recombined as Bulimorpha bulimiformis by Whitfield (1882), Knight (1941), Tassell (1982), Nützel et al. (2000) and Wagner (2017).
|Year||Name and author|
|1858||Bulimella bulimiformis Hall p. 29|
|1882||Bulimorpha bulimiformis Whitfield p. 74|
|1941||Bulimorpha bulimiformis Knight pp. 62 - 63 figs. pl. 94 f. 1a-d|
|1982||Bulimorpha bulimiformis Tassell p. 41|
|2000||Bulimorpha bulimiformis Nützel et al. p. 583 figs. f. 5.10-5.12|
|2017||Bulimorpha bulimiformis Wagner p. 1437|
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|J. B. Knight 1941||Rather small, moderately high-spired, anomphalous gastropods with a small siphonal notch and a single siphonal fold far forward (down) on the columella; whorl profile moderately arched between sutures, gently arched on the final whorl; sutures rather shallow; nucleus simple, dextral, not sharply demarked; base slender, extended, anomphalous; columellar lip arcuate, with a small siphonal notch and a single inconspicuous fold very low on the columella; parietal inductura seemingly wanting or at least not visible from without; outer lip convex forward and drawn well back at the upper suture; ornamentation wanting; shell thin, its structure unknown. The holotype measures about 13 mm. in height allowing for breakage, 4.5 mm. in width, and has a pleural angle of about 28 degrees.|