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Bulinus broderipii Sowerby I, 1832 – Wikispecies link – Pensoft Profile
- Bulinus broderipii Sowerby I in Broderip and Sowerby 1832a: 30; Sowerby 1833 [1833–1838]: figs 1–1*.
“prope Copiapo Chilensium”.
“Chili” (in a later handwriting on board). M.C. label style I.
“long. 1 6/8, lat. 1 1/8 poll. [44.3, 28.5 mm]”; lectotype H 44.3, D 26.1, W 5.9.
NHMUK 20100655, lectotype, and three paralectotypes (Cuming coll.).
This taxon may be confused with several other Plectostylus species; a revision of this group is pending (F. Cádiz, pers. commun.). One of the specimens matches the original shell height and corresponds to the figures in Sowerby 1833–1838; this shell is here selected as lectotype (design. n.).
Current systematic position
Bothriembryontidae, Plectostylus broderipii (Sowerby I, 1832).
- 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
- ↑ Broderip W, Sowerby G (1832a) [Descriptions of new (...) Mollusca and Conchifera (...) part of the collection made by Mr. H. Cuming]. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1832): 25–33.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Sowerby G (1833). New species of shells collected by Mr. Cuming on the Western coast of South America and among the Islands of the South Pacific Ocean. They were accompanied by characters from the pen of Mr. G. B. Sowerby. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London (1833): 34–38.