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Dolomena Labiosa

Stromboidea


Original Description of Strombus labiosus by Wood, 1828:

  • "spreading"

Original Drawing by Wood, 1828:

Locus typicus: Bataan, Luzon Island, Philippines (selected by Abbott, 1960; Wood, 1828 gave no type locality) Corrected Locus typicus: Toliara (formerly Tuléar), Atsimo-Andrefana, southern Madagascar (selected by *Dekkers & Liverani, 2010)


Environment:

  • upper shelf siliclastic, from sublittoral sand along linear clastic coastline, at 15 m depth (Raven, 2002)
  • offshore mud, sand and broken shell bottoms down to 50 m depth (Raven, 2002)

History and Synonymy:

  • 1842

Strombus labiosus in Duclos in Chenu, 1842, pl. 7, fig. 9,10

Strombus labiosus in Sowerby, 1842, pl. VI, fig. 15, 16

  • 1843

Strombus labiosus in Kiener, 1843, pl. 22, fig. 2

  • 1845

Strombus labiosus in Küster, 1845, pl. 20, fig. 1

  • 1851

Strombus labiosus in Reeve, 1851; vol. 6, pl. 18, fig. 50

Etymology: labiosus (latin) = having large lips

Comments


Records:

  • Mozambique:
  • Zanzibar:
  • Madagascar:
  • Indian Ocean Islands:
    • Mulaku and South Nilandu Atolls, Maldive Islands (E.A. Smith, 1903, vol. 2, p. 612) (Abbott, 1960)

The following records are now to be referred to Dolomena abbotti *Dekkers & Liverani, 2010

  • Ryukyu Islands:
    • beach at Buckner Bay, Okinawa Island (Scaott, ANSP) (Abbott, 1960)
  • Philippines:
    • Luzon Island: east end of Corregidor Island, 6-10 fms. (du Pont-Academy Exped., 1958 ANSP)(Abbott, 1960)
    • west side of Cochinos Pt., Bataan, 9 fms. (du Pont-Academy Exped., 1958 ANSP) (Abbott, 1960)
    • off Malavatuan Island, 18 fms., Albatross Station 5276 (Abbott, 1960)
    • Cebu Island: near Cebu City (USNM) (Abbott, 1960)
    • Leyte Island: off Tacbuc Pt., 48 fms., Albatross Station 5477 (USNM) (Abbott, 1960)
    • west of Bucas Grande Island, 44 fms, Albatross Station 5235 (USNM) (Abbott, 1960)
  • Thailand
    • Phuket, Thailand, at 65 m (UW)
  • Indonesia:
    • Keledjitan, Bantam, Java Island (USNM)(Abbott, 1960)
    • off Taganak Island, Borneo Island, 39 fms, Albatross Station 5358 (USNM) (Abbott, 1960)
    • Inlet on eastern side of Groot Fam Island, Iriab Jaya, at 2-30 m, (UW)
  • Papua New Guinea
    • 1 mi. S.E. of Cape Dgarwawoffi, Japen Island, 10-16 fms (NSF, 1956) (Abbott, 1960)
    • Kimbe Bay, North coast of East New Britain (UW)

Specimens in private collections

Dolomena labiosa (Wood, 1828); Trincomalee, Eastern Province, Sri Lanka Island (formerly Ceylon); by local fisherman; 1987; Coll. Gijs Kronenberg no. 814

Dolomena labiosa (Wood, 1828); Coll. Ulrich Wieneke

  1. Taiwan (?); 66,1 mm; no. UW2319
  2. Taiwan (?); 63,0 mm; no. UW2320
  3. Taiwan (?); 59,5 mm; freak; no. UW2321
  4. Bohol Island, Bohol Province, Central Visayas Region, Philippines; shallow sand flats; 51,0 mm; no. UW2324
  5. Tanzania; from 60 m depth; 5/1981; Operculum is magnified; 48,5 mm; no. UW2330
  6. Toliara (formerly Tuléar), Madagascar, Indian Ocean; muddy sandy bay; 64,5 mm; no. UW2337
  7. Toliara (formerly Tuléar), Madagascar, Indian Ocean; in shallow water; 1999; 62,4 mm; no. UW2336
  8. Republic of Mozambique, Indian Ocean; by diver, from 5-20 m depth; 62,2 mm; no. UW2335
  9. Nacala Bay, Nampula Province, Republic of Mozambique, Indian Ocean; 38,4 mm; no. UW2328

Dolomena labiosa (Wood, 1828); Nacala Bay, North Mozambique; dived at 5-8 m; 50,0 mm; Coll. Ulrich Wieneke


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