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Perissoptera Parkinsoni

Stromboidea


Original Description of Rostellaria Parkinsoni by Mantell, 1822:

  • "Subfusiform, wreaths seven or eight, convex, with longitudinal ribs, and numerous transverse striae; outer lip dilated, armed with one styloid process, beneath which is a broad truncated expansion."

Locus typicus: Blackdown, West Sussex, Great Britain

Stratum typicum: Greensand, upper Albian, lower Cretaceous

The original drawings of Rostellaria parkinsoni from Mantell, 1822


History and Synonymy

1822

Rostellaria parkinsonii in Sowerby, 1822 , pl. 349, fig. 1-5

1829

Rostellaria parkinsoni Phillips, 1829, pl. II, fig. 34

1836

Rostellaria parkinsonii in Sowerby in Fitton, 1836 , pl. XVIII, fig. 24

1840

Rostellaria parkinsonii Geinitz, 1840, pl. XV, fig. 2

  • Tyssa

1842

Rostellaria parkinsonii Geinitz, 1842, pl. XVIII, fig. 3

1846

Rostellaria parkinsoni Reuss, 1846, pl. IX, fig. 7

  • "untern Quadersandstein von Zloseyn"

1874

Rostellaria Parkinsoni in Geinitz, 1874, pl. II 30, fig. 7, 8

1875

Aporrhais parkinsoni in Gardner, 1875, pl. VI, fig. 4-7


Specimens from institutional collections

Perissoptera parkinsoni (Mantell, 1822); Albian, lower Cretaceous; Folkestone, Kent County, south-east England; Coll. BM(NH); Copyright BM(NH)

Perissoptera parkinsonii (Mantell, 1822); Greensand, upper Albian, lower Cretaceous; Great Britain; Coll. Goldfuß-Museum Bonn; Copyright IPB

Rostellaria parkinsoni (Mantell, 1822); Albian, lower Cretaceous; Strépy-Bracquegnies, Hainaut Province, Wallonia, Belgique; Coll. Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bordeaux

Perissoptera cf. parkinsoni (Mantell, 1822); lower Cretaceous; Zubielki, Navarra Region, Northeastern Spain, Spain; Coll. Luberri Geologic Museum; Photo Alex Machin


Specimens from private collections

Perissoptera parkinsoni (Mantell, 1822); Albian, lower Cretaceous; Folkestone, Kent County, south-east England; left: 46 mm, right: 50 mm; Coll. Elmar Mai

Perissoptera cf. parkinsoni (Mantell, 1822); Albian, lower Cretaceous; Revigny-sur-Ornain, Meuse, Lorraine, France; 34,5 mm; Coll. Denis Bailliot

Perissoptera parkinsoni (Mantell, 1822); Albian, lower Cretaceous; Folkestone, Kent County, south-east England; 12 mm; Coll. Philippe Simonet

Etymology:

  • named after James Parkinson, author of "Organic Remains of a former World"

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