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- Bothriembryon barretti Iredale 1930: 119, fig.; Iredale 1939: 35, pl. 2 figs 41–42; B.J. Smith 1992: 101.
[South Australia] “Nullabor Plain”.
“Nullabor Plains” “near Hampton / WA / fide Iredale 1939”.
“length, 27 mm; breadth, 15.5 mm”; figured specimen H 28.1, D 16.5, W 5.3.
AM C56628, two syntypes, C. Barrett leg.
The additional label information “near Hampton” (see also Iredale 1939: 36) probably refers to Hampton Tableland; this extends along the Eyre Highway between Eyre and Eucla.
Current systematic position
Bothriembryontidae, Bothriembryon barretti Iredale, 1930.
- Breure, A; Whisson, C; 2012: Annotated type catalogue of Bothriembryon (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Orthalicoidea) in Australian museums, with a compilation of types in other museums ZooKeys, 194: 41-80. doi
- Iredale T (1930) Notes on some desert snails. Victorian Naturalist (Melbourne) 47: 118-120.
- Iredale T (1939) A review of the land Mollusca of Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum and Art Gallery 2(1): 1–88. [Published 1.viii.1939; same text re-published 21.viii.1939 in Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 25:1–88 (read before the Society on 13.ix.1938, but publication delayed)].
- Smith B (1992) Non-marine Mollusca. In: Houston WWK (Ed) Zoological Catalogue of Australia, 8. Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, xii + 405 pp.