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Impact of Gastropoda Stromboidea

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A list of references, where either or one of its coordinators is cited or acknowledged:


  • Dekkers, A.M., Liverani, V., Ćorić, S., Maxwell, S.J. & Landau, B.M., 2020. A new genus for Indo-Pacific fossil strombids, and two new species from the Miocene of Java and Borneo (Caenogastropoda, Strombidae). – Basteria 84 (1-3): 1-9. Leiden.


  • Morales-Ortegaa, P. & González-Barbab, G. 2018. Gasterópodos marinos de la Formación Tepetate, Baja California Sur, México; Paleontologia Mexicana 7(2), p. 101–117.
  • Schnetler, K.I. & Nielsen, M.S. 2018. A Palaeocene (Selandian) molluscan fauna from boulders of Kerteminde Marl in the gravel-pit at Gundstrup, Fyn, Denmark. Cainozoic Research 18(1), pp. 3-81. June 2018.


  • Schnetler, K.I., & Milàn, J., 2017. A new Cenozoic record of spinilomatine aporrhaids (Stromboidea, Caenogastropoda) in the early Paleocene of Faxe, Denmark. Bulletin of the Geological Society of Denmark, Vol. 65, pp. 37-45.
  • Webster, N.B. & Vermeij, G.J. 2017. The varix: evolution, distribution, and phylogenetic clumping of a repeated gastropod innovation, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 180(4), p. 732–754.


  • Pacaud, J.-M. & Lebrun, P. 2016. L'Hippochrenes ampla (Gastéropde éocène) de Gustavus Brander et les débuts de la classification linnéenne des mollusques fossiles par Daniel Solander, Fossiles, Rev. Franc. pal., 27, 28-35.
  • Schnetler K.I. & Milan J. 2016. An unexpected gastropod-A possible representative of the predominantly Mesozoic family Spinilomatidae (Mollusca: Caenogastropoda) found in the Middle Danian (Early Paleocene) coral limestone of Faxe quarry, Denmark. 60th. Annual Meeting of the Palaeontological Association, Lyon, 14-16 December 2016.
  • Stein, G. Moths, H. Albrecht, F. Havekost, U. & Fehse, D. 2016: Revision der miozänen Molluskenfauna (Hemmoorium) von Werder bei Achim (Nordwest-Niedersachsen): Palaeofocus, 5: 1-289, pls. 1-76, text figs. 1-93, tabs. 1-5.
  • Villar R. (2016). Description of a new species of Lambis from Palawan, Philippines (Gastropoda, Strombidae). Xenophora Taxonomy. 10: 25-30.


  • Bijukumar, A., Ravinesh, R., Arathi, A. R., & Idreesbabu, K. K. 2015. On the molluscan fauna of Lakshadweep included in various schedules of Wildlife (Protection) Act of India. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 7(6), 7253-7268.
  • Macsotay, O. & Olivares, I. 2015. Nuevo registro de tres especies de Orthaulax (Gastropoda: Strombidae) en las formaciones San Luis y Patiecitos del Oligoceno tardío – Mioceno temprano en el estado Falcón, Venezuela. Boletín de Geología, 37 (2): 97-106.
  • Saul, L.R. & Squires, R.L., 2015. Pacific Slope of North America Record of the Cretaceous Aporrhaid Gastropod Tessarolax: Evolutionary Trends, Mode of Life, and Paleobiogeography of the Genus. Contributions in Science, 523: 37-65.


  • Kase, T. & Aguilar, Y.M. 2014. The Gastropod Genus Calyptraphorus (Rostellariidae: Stromboidea: Mollusca): A Lazarus Taxon from the Pliocene of the Philippines; Paleontological Research 18(3):169-175.
  • Liverani, V., 2014. The superfamily Stromboidea. Addenda and corrigenda. In: G.T. Poppe, K. Groh & C. Renker (eds), A conchological iconography. pp. 1-54, pls 131-164. Harxheim: Conchbooks.
  • Sür, Ö. & Öner, E. 2014. Fiziki Coðrafyada Paleontoloji (Stratigrafik Paleontoloji); Eðitim Yayinevi, Ozak, pp. 383
  • Taviani, M. 2014. Unpersisting Persististrombus: a Mediterranean story; VIERAEA 42: 9-18.


  • Harzhauser, M. and Kronenberg, G.C. 2013. The Neogene strombid gastropod Persististrombus in the Paratethys Sea. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 58 (4): 785–802.Fulltext
  • Brunetti, M.M. & Forli, M., 2013. The genus Aporrhais Da Costa, 1778 (Gastropoda Aporrhaidae) in the italian Plio-Pleistocene; Biodiversity Journal, 2013, 4 (1): 183-208.
  • Squires, R. L. (2013). West coast North America record of the Paleogene marine stromboid gastropod Rimella and paleobiogeography of the genus. Journal of Paleontology, 87(5), 826-841.


  • Kronenberg, G.C. & Harzhauser, M. 2012. Europrotomus (Mollusca: Caenogastropoda: Strombidae): a new Middle Miocene European strombid genus (Revision of Euprotomus Gill, 1870. Part 4); Paläontol. Z. (2012) 86: 147.
  • Ubaldi, R., 2012. Recent Aporrhaidae. CLIO, The ARGONAUTA Monographs, Argonauta supplement XXI(1-6), jun 2012, URL: , last visited 24.10.2017
  • Wiersma, J. & Monsecour, D., 2012. Dolomena wienekei, a new species within the Dolomena labiosa (Wood, 1828) complex (Gastropoda: Strombidae) Gloria Maris 51(2-3): 36-41.
  • Wiersma J. & Monsecour D., 2012. Rectification of the description of Dolomena wienekei Wiersma & Monsecour, 2012. Gloria Maris 51(4): 97-98. [9 September 2012]


  • Pacaud,J.-M., Ledon, D. & Caze, B. 2011. Une nouvelle espèce de Digitolabrum (Gastropoda: Littorinimorpha: Rostellariidae) dans l’Éocène moyen du Bassin d’Aquitaine. [A new species of Digitolabrum (Gastropoda: Littorinimorpha: Rostellariidae) from the Middle Eocene of Aquitaine basin] Cossmanniana, 13: 33-47.
  • Schneider, S., Niebuhr, B.,Wilmsen, M. & Vodrazka, R. 2011. Between the Alb and the Alps – The fauna of the Upper Cretaceous Sandbach Formation (Passau region, southeast Germany). Bulletin of Geosciences 86(4), 785–816 (14 figures). Czech Geological Survey, Prague
  • Landau, B., Kronenberg, G.C., Herbert, G.S. & da Silva, C.M., 2011. The Genus Strombus (Mollusca: Caenogastropoda:Strombidae) in the Neogene of the Bocas del Toro Area, Panama, with the Description of Three New Species; Journal of Paleontology, 85(2):337-352.


  • Dekkers, A.M., 2010. A hybrid in the genus Ministrombus Bandel, 2007 (Gastropoda: Strombidae) and a new combination for Strombus variabilis Swainson, 1820; Gloria Maris 49(1), p. 7-13.
  • Landau, B., Kronenberg, G.C. & Da Silva, C.M. 2010. A new species of Lobatus (Caenogastropoda, Strombidae) from the Neogene of the Dominican Republic, with notes on further species from the Dominican assemblages. Basteria 74 (4-6), 95-109, 2 pls.
  • Dekkers, A.M. & Liverani, V. 2010. Redescription of Strombus labiosus Wood, 1828 (Gastropoda: Strombidae) with description of a new species; Gloria Maris 49(5), 107-119.
  • Barney, W.A. 2010. New generic assignments for Strombidae: A summary of recent changes, American Conchologist 38(3): 19-22.


  • Schindler, T., Nungesser, K., Müller, A. & K.I. Grimm (2009). Die Alzey-Formation der klassischen Lokalität Welschberg bei Waldböckelheim (Rupelium, Oligozän, Mainzer Becken) - Ergebnisse neuer Grabungen. Jber. Mitt. oberrhein. geol. Ver., N.F. 91, 37-87.
  • Kollmann, H.A. 2009. A Late Cretaceous Aporrhaidae-dominated gastropod assemblage from the Gosau Group of the Pletzach Alm near Kramsach (Tyrol, Austria). With an appendix on the taxonomy of Mesozoic Aporrhaidae and their position in the superfamily Stromboidea. Ann. Naturhist. Mus. Wien 111 A, pp. 33–72.


  • Dekkers, A.M. 2008. Revision of the family STROMBIDAE (Gastropoda) on the supra specific level, part one, De Kreukel 44(3-4): 35-64.


  • Bandel, K. 2007. About the larval shell of some Stromboidea, connected to a review of the classification and phylogeny of the Strombimorpha (Caenogastropoda). Freiberger Forschungshefte, C 524 psf (15): 97-206.
  • Schifko, G., 2007. Zur Identifikation der marinen Schnecke Aporrhais pespelecani (Pelikanfuß) auf einer antiken griechischen Gemme. Linzer biol. Beitr. 39(1): 553-556.


  • Marquet, R. Grigis, M. & Landau, B.M. 2002. Aporrhais dingdenensis, a new species from the Miocene of the North Sea Basin (Gastropoda, Caenogastropoda, Aporrhaidae). Basteria 66(4-6): 149-161.
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