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Ron Voskuil

Ron Voskuil


from his photo collection:

Cowlitzia canalifera (Gabb, 1864); Tejon Group, late Eocene; 29mm; Coll. LACM no. 245.05, ex CAS 786; CAS locality 245: “Tejon Quadrangle, along east bank of small gulch about 4 mile east of pumping plant at mouth of Grapevine Cañon” (Clark & Palmer, 1923: 285); Photo Ron Voskuil.

Cowlitzia canalifera (Gabb, 1864); Tejon Group, late Eocene; 22,7 mm; Coll. LACM no. 244.06; Ex CAS 785; CAS locality 244; “Tejon Quadrangle in east bank of Live Oak Creek about ¾ mile from its mouth and about 3 miles due west of mouth of Grapevine Cañon, elevation 2000 feet” (Clark & Palmer, 1923: 285); Photo Ron Voskuil.

Cowlitzia washingtonensis, Clarck & Palmer, 1923; Holotype; late Eocene; 38,3 mm; Coll. LACM no. 182.04; Ex CAS 770; CAS locality 182: “West Bank of Cowlitz River, immediately south of eastward” (Clark & Palmer, 1923: 284), USA; Photo Ron Voskuil.

Cowlitzia washingtonensis Clarck & Palmer, 1923; Paratype; 28,25 mm; Photo Ron Voskuil

Cowlitzia washingtonensis Clarck & Palmer, 1923; Coll. LACM no. 7212; Photo Ron Voskuil

Cowlitzia washingtonensis Clarck & Palmer, 1923; 34,6 mm; Coll. no. 67707.01; Photo Ron Voskuil

Ectinochilus laqueatus (Conrad, 1833); Alabama, USA; 24,55 mm; Coll. ZMA; Photo Ron Voskuil

Ectinochilus laqueatus (Conrad, 1833); Eocene; Claiborne, Alabama, USA; l: 18,2 mm, r: 14,65 mm; 1894; Coll. ANSP no. 7135; Photo Ron Voskuil

Rimella texana (Harris, 1895); "black shoals", Eocene; Brazos River, Burleston County, Texas, USA; t: 20,5 mm, bl: 19,45 mm, br: 32,25 mm; Ex-coll. C.W. Johnson; Coll. ANSP no. 7136; Photo Ron Voskuil

Rimella texana var. plana (Harris, 1895); Eocene; Berryman's Pl., 3 miles NE of Alto, Texas, USA; Ex-coll. C.W. Johnson; Coll. ANSP no. 9721; Photo Ron Voskuil

  • Comment: R. texana var. plana might be a Semiterebellum

Rimella macilenta (White, 1889); Holotype; Coll. no. UCB 40142/33633; Photo Ron Voskuil

Macilentos macilentus (White, 1889); Paratype of Rimella macilenta White, 1889; 32,3 mm; Coll. LACM no. 393.01; Ex CAS 769, CAS locality 393; “Chico group about 2 miles northward from New Idria, Fresno County, where it was collected by Mr. Turner and myself.” (Clark & Palmer, 1923: 281, citing original description by White), USA; Photo Ron Voskuil.

Rimella macilenta oregonensis Turner, (?); Paratype; Coll. no. A662/33634; Photo Ron Voskuil

Neptunea supraplicata Gabb, 1864; Holotype; Photo Ron Voskuil

Rimella fissurella fissurella Linnaeus, 1767; Lutetian, Eocene; Grignon, Yvelines, France; 40,4 mm; Coll. ZMA; Photo Ron Voskuil

Strombus hirasei (Kuroda, 1942); Holotype; Photo Ron Voskuil; Copyright "The Festivus", Original published in Kronenberg, 1999

Vaderos elongatus (Weaver, 1912); Holotype of Rimella canalifera ssp. elongata Weaver, 1912; 19 mm; Coll. LACM no. 5654; ex CAS ????. “Common at Loc. L (University of Washington Palaeontological Collection) one and one-half miles east of Sopenah (Little Falls) in bank of Cowlitz River, Lewis County, Sec. 27,T.11 N,R.2 W.” (Clark & Palmer, 1923: 282, citing original description by Weaver); Photo Ron Voskuil.

Vaderos elongatus (Weaver, 1912); Protoconch; Coll. no. UCB 7127/33819; Photo Ron Voskuil

Varicospira sp.; age unknown, probably Pliocene; Sibolga, North Sumatra Island, Indonesia; 18,3 mm; Coll. ZMA; Photo Ron Voskuil

Varicospira cf. spinifera (Martin, 1899); age unknown, Pliocene?; Obi Island, mouth of Kali Wai Lower, Indonesia; 29,75 mm; Coll. ZMA; Ex-coll. H.Th. de Booy; Collected 1/1928; Photo Ron Voskuil

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