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- Bothriembryon kremnobates Kendrick 2005: 310, fig. 1A.
“Roe Plains, Madura district, Western Australia (...) Late Pliocene”.
“Roe Plains, Madura district, / W.A. Pit 0.5 km N of Hampton Microwave / Repeater Tower. Carbonate sand with PTO / large shells; 0.7–1.1 m / above base of formation / (Roe Calcarenite). Note matrix / within shell is same as Roe / Calcarenite”, in Kendrick’s handwriting.
“Shell height 21.5, max. diameter 14.7 (mm)”; holotype H 21.5, D 14.7, W 5.4.
WAM 81.847, holotype, V.A. Ryland and G.W. Kendrick leg., 29.ix–4.x.1980; WAM 81.1762, one paratype; WAM 81.1774, one paratype. Paratypes V.A. Ryland, G.W. and W.E. Kendrick leg., 20–23.ix.1976.
Current systematic position
Bothriembryontidae, Bothriembryon kremnobates Kendrick, 2005.
- 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
- Kendrick G (2005) A new species of Bothriembryon (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Bulimulidae) from the Pliocene Roe Calcarenite, Eucla Basin, Western Australia. Records of the Western Australian Museum 22: 309-313.