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Bulimus longulus ‘Behn’ Pfeiffer, 1859 – Wikispecies link – Pensoft Profile
- Bulimus longulus ‘Behn’ Pfeiffer 1859a: 44.
- Bahiensis longulus (Pfeiffer); Simone 2006: 169, fig. 590.
[Brazil] “Chicatas Brasiliae”.
“Brazils”. M.C. label style III.
“Long. 30, diam. 7 1/2 mill.”; specimen figured herein H 29.8, D 7.23, W 11.2.
NHMUK 20110388, syntype (Cuming coll.).
Pfeiffer (1859) stated that the material was in “Mus. Cuming”. The specimens found are not accompanied by a taxon label in Pfeiffer’s handwriting, but their type status is not disputed. Simone (2006) listed the specimen as lectotype, but we are unaware of a previous lectotype designation for this taxon. His listing does not fulfill the requirements of ICZN Art. 74.7, and therefore the specimen is regarded as a syntype. The registration number quoted by him was incorrect. The type locality has not been found using modern gazetteers.
Current systematic position
Odontostomidae, Bahiensis longulus (Pfeiffer, 1859).
- 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 (1859a) Nachträge zum zweiten Supplemente meiner Monographia Heliceorum. Malakozoologische Blätter 6: 19-53.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Simone L (2006) Land and freshwater mollusks of Brazil: 1–390. EGB/Fapesp, Sao Paulo.