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Found 16 results

  1. Diodora caloosaensis

    Reference Olsson, A.A., and A. Harbison. 1953 (1990 Reprint). Pliocene Mollusca of Southern Florida with Special Reference to Those from North Saint Petersburg, with special chapters on Turridae by W.G. Fargo and Vitinellidae and Fresh-water Mollusks by H.A. Pilsbry, The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Monographs 8, The Shell Museum and Educational Foundation, 457 pages, 65 plates
  2. Siphocypraea griffini

    S. griffini has a smaller length to width ratio than S. problematica (MR 2057-121) however Petuch has named a large number of Cypraeidae from the Florida Plio-Pleistocene many of which are probably not valid. A variance plot of many individuals would need to be produced to unequivocally determine if S. griffini is a distinct species. Reference Petuch, Edward J. 1994. Atlas of Florida Fossil Shells (Pliocene and Pleistocene Marine Gastropods). Chicago Spectrum Press.
  3. Strombus keatonorum

    Reference Petuch, Edward J. 1994. Atlas of Florida Fossil Shells (Pliocene and Pleistocene Marine Gastropods). Chicago Spectrum Press.
  4. Echinofulgur echinatum

    Reference Olsson, A.A., and A. Harbison. 1953 (1990 Reprint). Pliocene Mollusca of Southern Florida with Special Reference to Those from North Saint Petersburg, with special chapters on Turridae by W.G. Fargo and Vitinellidae and Fresh-water Mollusks by H.A. Pilsbry, The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Monographs 8, The Shell Museum and Educational Foundation, 457 pages, 65 plates
  5. Turbo rhectogrammicus

    Reference Olsson, A.A., and A. Harbison. 1953 (1990 Reprint). Pliocene Mollusca of Southern Florida with Special Reference to Those from North Saint Petersburg, with special chapters on Turridae by W.G. Fargo and Vitinellidae and Fresh-water Mollusks by H.A. Pilsbry, The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Monographs 8, The Shell Museum and Educational Foundation, 457 pages, 65 plates.
  6. Cinctura beaufortensis

    New world Tulip shells are now classified to genus by former Subgenus Cinctura. Reference Ward, L. W., and Blackwelder, B. W. 1987. Upper Pliocene and lower Pleistocene mollusks of the Lee Creek mine, Aurora, North Carolina, in Ray, C. E., editor, Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina, vol. II: Smithson, Contrib. Paleobiol. 61:113-283. WoRMS Cinctura
  7. Niveria lindae

    Niveria lindae is recognized by FLMNH in the Nashua Formation in North Florida. Petuch named it from shells that are from Lee Creek. A distinctive feature of Triviidae is the dorsal furrow. Petuch describes that of N. lindae as shallow with the ribs continuing across the furrow while the ribs in N. floridana (LINK) are separated completely by a deep furrow. Also N. lindae has approximately 30 ribs to around 20 in N. floridana. Reference Links FLMNH db Image Gallery ACTA Conchyliorum
  8. Volutifusus obtusa

    Campbell synonymized Volutifusus with Aurinia however WoRMS lists Volutifusus as valid. Reference Campbell, Lyle. 1993. Pliocene Molluscs from the Yorktown and Chowan River Formations in Virginia. Virginia Division of Mineral Resources Publication 127. Volutidae - WoRMS
  9. Trigonostoma elizabethae

    Trigonostoma elizabethae was named by Olsson & Petit (1964). Axel Olsson was an oil geologist who published in paleontology while Richard "Dick" Petit who recently passed away was a natural history bookseller who became the foremost authority on the family Cancellariidae. In describing T. elizabethae they noted that the shell has a nodose shoulder with two very nodose primary cords on the body whorl in addition to less nodose secondary cords. Reference Olsson, A.A., and R.E. Petit. 1964. Some Neogene Mollusca from Florida and the Carolinas, Bulletins of American Paleontology 47(217): pages 509-574, plates 77-83
  10. Heilprinia caloosaensis malcolmi

    Reference Ward, L. W., and Blackwelder, B. W. 1987. Upper Pliocene and lower Pleistocene mollusks of the Lee Creek mine, Aurora, North Carolina, in Ray, C. E., editor, Geology and Paleontology of the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina, vol. II: Smithson, Contrib. Paleobiol. 61:113-283.
  11. Scaphella floridana

    Reference Heilprin, Angelo. 1987. Explorations on the west coast of Florida and in the Okeechobee wilderness : with special reference to the geology and zoology of the Floridian peninsula : a narrative of researches undertaken under the auspices of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia. Transactions of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia v. 1.
  12. Busycon rapum

    Reference Heilprin, Angelo. 1987. Explorations on the west coast of Florida and in the Okeechobee wilderness : with special reference to the geology and zoology of the Floridian peninsula : a narrative of researches undertaken under the auspices of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia. Transactions of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia v. 1.
  13. Fasciolaria scalarina

    Reference Heilprin, Angelo. 1987. Explorations on the west coast of Florida and in the Okeechobee wilderness : with special reference to the geology and zoology of the Floridian peninsula : a narrative of researches undertaken under the auspices of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia. Transactions of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia v. 1.
  14. Liochlamys bulbosa

    Reference Heilprin, Angelo. 1987. Explorations on the west coast of Florida and in the Okeechobee wilderness : with special reference to the geology and zoology of the Floridian peninsula : a narrative of researches undertaken under the auspices of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia. Transactions of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia v. 1.
  15. Siphocypraea problematica

    Reference Heilprin, Angelo. 1987. Explorations on the west coast of Florida and in the Okeechobee wilderness : with special reference to the geology and zoology of the Floridian peninsula : a narrative of researches undertaken under the auspices of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia. Transactions of the Wagner Free Institute of Science of Philadelphia v. 1.
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