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Eotibia Pellegrini

Stromboidea


Original Description of Rostellaria pellegrini by De Gregorio, 1880:

  • "Testa elongata fusifornis; anfractibus circiter 11, spiraliter confertim tenue resticulatis, axilariter costatis; costis quibusdam varicosis, nodulosis, prominulis; inter eas aliis minoribus pliciformibus interdum evanescentibus interpositis. In juvenibus, apertura ovata; resticulis laxis, regularibus basi prominulis; costique in series subdispositis. In adultis suturis submarginatis in ultimo anfractu, resticulis evanescentibus, costaque aperturae opposita magna, crassa, gibba; sutura marginata; apertura angustissima, postice in angustissimam fissuram usque addimidium varicis penultimi anfractus decurrentem producta; columella conico-cylindracea, exili, praelonga; labro interno calloso marginato; labro externo ?..."

Locus typicus: S. Giovanni Ilarione, Vicenza, Italy

Stratum typicum: lower Eocene

Eotibia pellegrini (De Gregorio, 1880); lower Lutetian, middle Eocene; Cava Albanello, Nogarole Vicentino, Val Chiampo, Lessini Mounts, Vicenza area, Italy; 80 mm; Unknown Coll.

Eotibia pellegrini (De Gregorio, 1880); lower Lutetian, middle Eocene; Cava Albanello, Nogarole Vicentino, Val Chiampo, Lessini Mounts, Vicenza area, Italy; Coll. Elmar Mai

  1. 72,2 mm
  2. 78,2 mm

Eotibia pellegrini (De Gregorio, 1880); juvenile; lower Lutetian, middle Eocene; Cava Albanello, Nogarole Vicentino, Val Chiampo, Lessini Mounts, Vicenza area, Italy; Coll. Virgilio Liverani

  1. 21 mm
  2. 16 mm

Eotibia pellegrini (De Gregorio, 1880); Lutetian, Eocene; Main quarry, Arzignano, Vicenza, Italy; 47 mm; Coll. Virgilio Liverani

Etymology: named after Pellegrino Di Blasi, friend of De Gregorio.


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