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Bulimus neglectus Pfeiffer, 1847 – Wikispecies link – Pensoft Profile
- Bulimus neglectus Pfeiffer 1847: 67.
- Clessinia neglecta (Pfeiffer); Breure and Schouten 1985: 10 (lectotype designation); Simone 2006: 164, fig. 564.
“Brazils”, taxon label in Pfeiffer’s handwriting. M.C. label style I.
“Long 19, diam. 6 mill.”; lectotype H 16.8, D 5.18, W 8.2.
NHMUK 1975263, lectotype and one paralectotype (Cuming coll.).
A note accompanies the material stating “types / var. designation not Pfeiffer’s”. However, the label on the back of the cardbox has Pfeiffer’s handwriting, and the type status of these specimens is not disputed here. Simone (2006) incorrectly gave the size of the lectotype as 21 mm height. This species is tentatively classified with Bahiensis, a group awaiting a generic level revision.
Current systematic position
Odontostomidae, Bahiensis neglecta (Pfeiffer, 1847).
- Breure, A; Ablett, J; 2012: Annotated type catalogue of the Bothriembryontidae and Odontostomidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Orthalicoidea) in the Natural History Museum, London ZooKeys, 182: 1-70. doi
- ↑ Pfeiffer L (1847) Diagnosen neuer Heliceen. Zeitschrift für Malakozoologie 4: 65-71.
- ↑ Breure A, Schouten J (1985) Notes on and descriptions of Bulimulidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda), III. Zoologische Verhandelingen Leiden 216: 1-98.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Simone L (2006) Land and freshwater mollusks of Brazil: 1–390. EGB/Fapesp, Sao Paulo.