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Stromboidea


Original description of Strombus dilatatus by Swainson, 1821:

  • "S. testa transverse striata; spira mediocri, plicis numerosis gracibus; labio exteriore dilatato, rotundato, crassissimo, reflexo; interiore supra crssescente, medio laevi; apertura striata."
  • "Shell transversely striated; spire moderate, with slender numerous plaits; outer lip dilated, rounded, very thick, and reflected; inner lip thickened above, smooth in the middle; aperture striated."

Locus typicus: Swainson, 1821 gave no locality. Upala Cay, Queensland, Australia designated by Abbott, 1960.

Types: "The whereabouts of Swainson's type of dilatatus is unknown." Abbott, 1960.

Strombus dilatatus Swainson, 1821, pl. 71, fig. 2, 3


History and Synonymy

1844

Strombus orosminus Duclos, 1844 in Duclos, 1844, pl. 10, fig. 10, 11


Specimens from private collections

Dolomena dilatata orosminus Duclos, 1844; Racha Islands (Raya), southeastern coast of Phuket, Thailand, Andaman Sea; 43 mm; 2004; Coll. RenÚ Vanwalleghem

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); Andaman Sea; 37 mm; Coll. Koenraad De Turck

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); Alyguays Island, Philippines; t,m: 55 mm, b: 54 mm; Coll. Christian B÷rnke

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); Coll. Guido Poppe

  • left: Manapla, Negros, Philippines; 10-25 m; 41,1 mm; 2013
  • middle: Tubigon, Bohol, Philippines; 10-25 m; 47,1 mm; 2015
  • right: Negros, Philippines; 15 m; 44,5 mm; 2013
  • left: Masbate, Philippines; 35-40 m; 37,6 mm; 2009; the Guido T. Poppe Collection in the Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • middle: Olango Island, Philippines; from fishermen; 30 m; 40,6 mm; 7/2005
  • right: Cadiz, Negros Island, Philippines; from fisherman; between 20-25 m; 46,0 mm; 2005

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); Coll. Guido Poppe

  • left: Bantayan Island, Philippines; from fishermen; 50,3 mm; 3/2005
  • middle: Cadiz City, Negros, Philippines; 44,1 mm; 2007; the Guido T. Poppe Collection in the Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • right: Manapla, Negros, Philippines; 10-25 m; 50,2 mm; 2012

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); Coll. Guido Poppe

  • left: Olango Island, Philippines; from fishermen, 30 m; 40,6 mm; 7/2005
  • middle: Cadiz, Negros Island, Philippines; from fisherman, between 20-25 m; 36,7 mm; 2005
  • right: Cadiz, Negros Island, Philippines; from fisherman, between 20-25 m; 41,1 mm; 2005

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); Bantayan Island, Philippines; in shallow to fairly deep water; 1984; Coll. Koenraad De Turck

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); Aew Island, Phuket, Thailand; on seagrass, collected snorkeling; 1999; Coll. Gijs Kronenberg no. 6342

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821; off Tanjung Pandan, Sumatera, Indonesia; in nets at 20 fathoms; 1997; Coll. Gijs Kronenberg no. 5826

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); trawled off Keppel Bay, Queensland State, north east Australia; 2005; 57,7 mm; Coll. UW2399

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); off Townsville, Queensland State, north east Australia; from fisherman; 1988; Coll. Koenraad De Turck

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); Queensland State, north east Australia; Coll. Koenraad De Turck

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); north west Australia; Coll. Koenraad De Turck

Dolomena dilatata (Swainson, 1821); Port Hedland, west Australia; 1988; Coll. Koenraad De Turck


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