- Struthiolaria microscopica Gray, 1839
Original Description of Struthiolaria microscopica by J.E. Gray, 1839, p. 108:
- "Shell ovate, conical, whitish, with a narrow brown central band; whorls rounded, with two very indistinct keels; suture crenulated; the outer lip margined externally, with two large teeth on the outer edge, one in the middle and the other in front near the siphon. Inhab. Indian Ocean. Paris Museum."
- J.E.Gray, 1839 . Molluscous Animals, and their shells. in J.Richardson, N.A.Vigors, E.T.Bennet, R.Owen, J.E. Gray, W.Buckland & G.B.Sowerby; The Zoology of Captain Beechey's Voyage; compiled from the collections and notes made by Captain Beechey, the officers and naturalist of the expedition, during a voyage to the Pacific and Behring's Straits performed in his Majesty's ship Blossom under the command of Captain F.W.Beechey, R.N., F.R.S., &c. &c. in the years 1825, 26, 27 and 28. Henry G. Bohn, London, pp. i-Viii, 1-180, Fulltext