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Seraphs Sopitus


Original description of Bulla sopita by Solander in Brander, 1766:

  • "Bulla (sopita) testa oblongo-cylindrica lævi, anfractibus spiræ involutes. Testa tenera, lævis, oblonga, cylindrical, arcte convolute, ut aperture lanceolata, parum oblique. Anfractus spiræ involutæ. Vertex lævis, integer abique umbilico."

History and Synonymy


Seraphs convolutes in J. Sowerby (1821), Tab. CCLXXXVI


De Gregorio, 1880 described

  • Terebellum sopitum fusiformopse De Gregorio, 1880, p. 22, pl. V, fig. 29


Terebellum fusiformopse Cossmann, 1889, pl. III, fig. 3, 4

  • Chaussy, Val-d'Oise Department, France

Seraphs sopitus (Solander in Brander, 1766); Bracklesham Group (formerly Bracklesham Beds), middle Eocene; New Forest, Southampton, Hampshire County, South East Region, England; 13 mm; Photo & Copyright Alan Morton

Seraphs sopitum (Solander in Brander, 1766); Barton Beds, Bartonian, middle Eocene; Sea cliffs, Barton on Sea, Hampshire County, South East Region, England; Coll. BM(NH) no. 71386, Copyright BM(NH)


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