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Pseudanchura Carinella

Stromboidea


Original Description of Rostellaria carinella by d'Orbigny, 1843:

  • "R. testa elongata, conica, spira, angulo 32°; anfractibus laevigatis; acute carinatis; ultimo anfractu bicarinato; labro elongato, angustato."
  • "Coquille médiocrement allongée, conique. Spire formée d'un angle régulier, composée de tours très-lisses, anguleux, fortement carénés au milieu de leur hauteur. Le dernier, de plus, est marqué en avant d'une seconde carène plus petite. L'aile paraît avoir été libre et très-étroite."

Locus typicus: Ervy, Épothémont, Dienville, Gérodot; Aube, France

Stratum typicum: Albian, lower Cretaceous

Rostellaria carinella d'Orbigny, 1843, pl. 207, fig. 7, (8)

Types: Kollmann, 1978 found in the Musée Nationale d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris two lots with P. carinella with the ID's B14471 and B14472 in the stratigrahical Collection. The Orbigny collection contains no P. carinella. B14471 (Collection Vibraye) was available for d'Orbigny, B14472 not. B14471 contains 8 specimen where Kollmann, 1978 chose a Neotype from (see Kollmann, 1978, pl. 4, fig. 43-44).


History and Synonymy

1833

Sowerby, 1832 (in Adam Sedgwick, Sir Roderick Impey Murchison; A sketch of the structure of the eastern Alps: with sections through the newer formations on the northern flanks of the chain, and through the tertiary deposits of styria...) described a Fusus carinella (synonym of Fusus carinellus Sowerby, 1818?), which might be this species (cited after Gardner, 1875). Fusus carinella J. de C. Sowerby, 1832, p. 418, pl. 39, fig. 24 was renamed by Orbigny, 1850 (Prodrome) in Fusus subcarinella.

Fusus carinella J. de C. Sowerby, 1832, pl. 39, fig. 24

1866

Stoliczka, 1866: "Fusus carinella Sow. l.c. Taf. 39, Fig 24 = F. aubcarinella D'Orb. Es ist mir keine einzige Art aus den Gosauablagerungen bekannt, die ganz ähnliche Umgänge besässe. Vielleicht könnte es ein Fragment eines grösseren Exemplares von Pterocera subtilis Zek. sein."

1875

Aporrhais carinella in Gardner, 1875, pl. V, fig. 5, 6, 6a


Pictures

Anchura carinella (d'Orbigny, 1843); Gault clay, Albian, lower Cretaceous; Folkestone, Kent County, south-east England; Coll. BM(NH)

Pseudanchura carinella (d'Orbigny, 1843); Gault clay, Albian, lower Cretaceous; Folkestone, Kent County, south-east England; Coll. BM(NH) no. 46745; Copyright BM(NH)

Pseudanchura carinella (d'Orbigny, 1843); Douvilleceras-zone, middle Albian, lower Cretaceous; all from Courcelles Quarry, Troyes, Aube, France; Coll. Ulrich Wieneke

  • 1. 32mm, UW no. 1540
  • 2. 24mm, UW no. 2313
  • 3a & 3b. 21mm, UW no.2311
  • 4. 30mm, UW no. 2312
  • 5a. 26mm, UW no. 2310 & 5b. different view to show wing

Pseudanchura carinella (d'Orbigny, 1843); Douvilleceras-zone, middle Albian, lower Cretaceous; Courcelles Quarry, Troyes, Aube, France; Coll. Elmar Mai

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