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Dimorphosoma

Stromboidea


Original Description of the Genus Dimorphosoma by Gardner, 1875:

  • "Shell fusiform, with dilated wing, spire elongated; always possessing two, rarely three keels, which are generally obscured, except on the apex and last whorls, by transverse ribbing; whorls numerous, usually finely striated, sometimes smooth, either keeled or ribbed transversely; apex more or less obtuse; aperture narrow; with a long or short canal in front; outer lip expanded into a simple grooved digitation. The wing attached to the last two whorls only."

Type species of Dimorphosoma is Rostellaria calcarata J.Sowerby, 1822

Dimorphosoma species are:

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