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Callusaria Tuberculata

Stromboidea


Original Description of Struthiolaria tuberculata by Hutton, 1873, p. 11:

  • "Ovate, turreted; spire acute; whorls five or six, keeled, with a row of tubercles on the keel; body whorl bicarinated, with a row of long tubercles or spines on each keel, the anterior row smaller, smooth; suture not excavated; columella with a large callosity, much bent; outer lip thickened, recurved. Axis, 2; breadth, 1.4."

Locus typicus: Localities: Broken River; Kawau; Te Anau Lake; Upokororo Stream; Wellington all in New Zealand

No drawing by Hutton, 1873


History and Synonymy

2009

Struthiolaria (Callusaria) tuberculata Beu & Raine, 2009


Specimens from institutional collections

Struthiolaria tuberculata (Hutton, 1873); Miocene; Trelissick Basin, Canterbury, South Island, New_Zealand; Loc. 451a; Coll. MSNM no. G.28825; Copyright BM(NH)

Callusaria tuberculata (Hutton, 1873); Altonian, Miocene; Castle Hill, Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand; Coll. Stichting Schepsel Schelp no. 58146

Callusaria tuberculata (Hutton, 1873); Altonian, Miocene; Castle Hill, Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand; Coll. Stichting Schepsel Schelp no. 58146

Callusaria tuberculata (Hutton, 1873); Altonian, Miocene; Castle Hill, Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand; Coll. Stichting Schepsel Schelp no. 58146


References

  • A.G. Beu and J.I. Raine (2009). Revised descriptions of New Zealand Cenozoic Mollusca from Beu and Maxwell (1990). GNS Science miscellaneous series no. 27.
  • F.W. Hutton, 1873. Catalogue of the Tertiary Mollusca and Echinodermata of New Zealand, in the collection of the Colonial Museum. Wellington, Government Printer, for Colonial Museum and Geological Survey Dept. xvi + 48 p. [June 1873].

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