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Persististrombus Nodosus

Stromboidea


Original Description of Mitra nodosa by Borson, 1820, p. 208:

  • "Testa fusiformis; spira elongata; anfractubus nodosis, minoribus apice papillosis."

Mitra nodosa Borson, 1820, pl. 1, fig. 9


History and Synonymy

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820:208, pl. 1, fig. 9) [as Mitra nodosa]

  • Strombus Bonelli Brongniart, 1823:74, pl. 6:6a, 6b
  • Strombus bonellii Chenu, 1845: pl. 11, fig. 3,4 [incorrect subsequent spelling]
  • Strombus lentiginosus Grateloup, 1847: pl. 32, fig. 16 [non Strombus lentiginosus Linnaeus, 1758]
  • Strombus nodosus var. mediocanaliculata Fererro-Mortara et al., 1984:138, pl. 22, fig. 1a, 1b
  • non Strombus nodosus Schroeter, 1779 [= Cerithium vulgare, non-Linnean]

1779

Schroeter, 1779, p. 386: Die knotigste chinesische Pyramide mit engerer geraden Mündung, Schr. Strombus nodosus et subtilissime striatus ore recto angustiore. Tab. VIII. fig. 11. 12.

  • cited by Deshayes, 1835 as Strombus nodosus Schroeter

1823

Description of Strombus bonelli by Brongniart, 1823:

  • "Labro incrassato; spira tuberculis crassis coronata, in dorso duplici serie; cauda ...."
  • Locus typicus: Turin, Italy

Original Drawing of Brongniart, 1823:

Strombus bonelli Brongniart, 1823, pl. VI, fig. 6 a, b

Etymology: named after M. Bonelli, Turin

Strombus bonelli Brongniart, 1823; Paralectotype; Aquitanian, Miocene; Turin, Italy; Coll. MNHN no. R64078; Copyright Museum national d'Histoire naturelle Paris

Strombus bonelli Brongniart, 1823; Paralectotype; Aquitanian, Miocene; Turin, Italy; Coll. MNHN no. R64078; Copyright Museum national d'Histoire naturelle Paris

1834

Strombus bonelli Grateloup, 1834 p. 192, n° 461.

1835

M. Deshayes, 1835, p. 180 cited "Strombus nodosus Schroet. Fluss-Conch- pl. 8, fig. 11,12" in his synonymy of Cerithium vulgatum

1845

Strombus bonellii in Chenu, 1845, pl. 11, fig. 3,4

1847

Strombus bonelli in Grateloup, 1847, pl.32, fig. 12

Strombus lentiginosus in Grateloup, 1847, pl. 32, fig, 16 [non Strombus lentiginosus Linnaeus, 1758]

1893

Sacco, 1893 synonymised Strombus bonellii with Strombus nodosus Borson, 1820

Strombus nodosus juvenile Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 4 a, b

Strombus nodosus forma subcancellata Grateloup in Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 5

Strombus nodosus forma fusolaevis Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 6

Strombus nodosus forma ovatolaevis Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 7

Strombus nodosus cf. forma gibbosula Grateloup in Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 8 a, b

Strombus nodosus forma juvenosimplex Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 9 a, b

Strombus nodosus forma juvenoinflata Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 10 a, b

Strombus nodosus forma juvenolonga Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 11 a, b

Strombus nodosus forma juvenolonga Sacco, 1893; Coll. Museo Regionale di Scienze Naturali di Torino No. BS 039.01.012

Strombus nodosus var. elongata Grateloup in Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 12

Strombus nodosus var. mitroparva Sacco, 1893, pl. 1, fig. 16 a, b

1923

Cossmann & Peyrot, 1923

  • Strombus (Canarium) Bonellii Brongniart, p. 326, pl. 8, fig. 1-4, 10

2013

Harzhauser & Kronenberg, 2013, p. 788:

  • "Although the synonymy of S. nodosus (Borson, 1820) with S. bonelli is widely accepted, as we do also, we cannot rule out the possibility that future research may reveal that S. bonelli is distinct from S. nodosus."

Description of Persististrombus nodosus by Harzhauser & Kronenberg, 2013, p. 788:

  • "Persististrombus nodosus is a quite polymorphic species. Generally, it is slender with high spire with an apical angle of c. 50° and spire whorls with strong nodes or spines. The last whorl and especially the sutural ramp bear spiral ribs, which vary considerably in number and strength. A very characteristic feature is the somewhat crumpled surface of the last whorl. Another typical feature is a slightly concave area on the last whorl below the shoulder nodes. This concavity passes into the wing, which is rather straight sided or may even be slightly concave in the middle part."

Specimens from institutional collections

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Miocene; Mérignac, Gironde, France; 95 mm; Coll. Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bordeaux no. 2007.9566.0

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Miocene; Mérignac, Gironde, France; 88 mm; Coll. Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bordeaux no. 2007.9566.0

Persististrombus nodosus( Borson, 1820); Miocene; Mérignac, Gironde, France; 61 mm; Coll. Museum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bordeaux no. 2007.9566.0

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Burdigalian, Miocene; Le Péloua, Saucats, Gironde, France; 94 mm; Coll. Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bordeaux no. 2007.8830.0

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Burdigalian, Miocene; Le Péloua, Saucats, Gironde, France; 102 mm; Coll. Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bordeaux no. 2007.8830.0

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Burdigalian, Miocene; Léognan, France; 94 mm; Coll. Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bordeaux no. 2014.14.11.0

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Burdigalian, Miocene; Léognan, France; 51 mm; Coll. Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bordeaux no. 2014.14.11.0

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Miocene; France; 90 mm; Coll. Muséum d'Histoire Naturelle de Bordeaux no. 2014.14.13


Specimens from private collections:

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Aquitanian, Miocene; Mérignac, Gironde, France; 105 mm; Coll. Patrick Fremont

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Aquitanian, Miocene; Mérignac, Gironde, France; 107 mm; Coll. Andrè Piaggio

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Burdigalian, Miocene; Le Péloua, Saucats, Gironde, France; Coll. Reinhard Schmode

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Burdigalian, Miocene; Saucats, Gironde, France; Coll. Michel Brault

Persististrombus nodosus (Borson, 1820); Aquitanian, Miocene; Saint-Martin-d'Oney, Landes, France; Coll. Laurent Lacombe

Persististrombus nodosus is a very heterogenous species which is still under evaluation.

References

  • Borson, S. 1820-1825. Saggio di orittografia piemontese. Memoria della Reale Accademia delle Scienze di Torino 25:180-229, pl. 1, 1820; 26:297-364, pls. 5-6, 1821; 29:251-318, pl. 19, 1825. Fulltext
  • Cossmann, M. and Peyrot, A. 1923. Conchologie Néogénique de l’Aquitaine. Acta de la Société Linnéenne de Bordeaux 74 (3): 257–342, Fulltext
  • Deshayes, G.-P. [1835]. Mollusques. - pp. 81-203, Pl. XVIII-XXVI [= 18-26], in: Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, I., Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, E., Deshayes, G.-P., Bibron, G. & Bory de Saint-Vincent, J. B. M. G. ["1832"]: Expédition scientifique de Morée. Section des sciences physiques. Tome III. - 1.re partie. Zoologie. Primière section. - Animaux vertrébrés, mollusques et polypiers. -- pp. [1-4], 1-400, Pl. I-XXXVII [= 1-37]. Paris. (Levrault), URL
  • Grateloup, 1834
  • Grateloup, J.P.S. de 1847. Conchyliologie fossile des terrains tertiaires du bassin de l’Adour (environs de Dax). I, Univalves (Atlas). 12 pp., 48 pl. Th. Lafargue, Bordeaux Fulltext
  • Harzhauser, M. and Kronenberg, G.C. 2013. The Neogene strombid gastropod Persististrombus in the Paratethys Sea. Acta Palaeontologica Polonica 58 (4): 785–802.Fulltext
  • J.-F. Lesport, A. Cluzaud & A. Verhecken, 2012. Les publications du Docteur Jean-Pierre Sylvestre de Grateloup sur les mollusques fossiles du Bassin d’Aquitaine (S.-O. France) : dates de parutions et commentaires; Bull. Soc. Linn. Bordeaux, Tome 147, nouv. série n° 40 (4), 2012 : 417-485.
  • J.S. Schroeter, 1779. Die Geschichte der Flußconchylien mit vorzüglicher Rücksicht auf diejenigen welche in den thüringischen Wassern leben; Johann Jacob Gebauer, Halle; pp. VI, 434, pls. XI, Fulltext

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