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Species / Bizarrus


Type species is Pugnellus dietrichi Riedel, 1932

Original Diagnosis of Bizarrus by Kiel & Bandel, 1999:

  • "Medium- to large-sized Gymnarus-like species that lack any ornamentation on the spire or the body whorl, possess a posterior horn and cover their entire shell with callus. The aperture is narrow and of rectangular or lenticular outline. The lower part of the outer lip may show a ventrally inclined fold."

Bizarrus species are

Etymology: named after its bizarre shape


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