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Annotated type catalogue of Bothriembryon (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Orthalicoidea) in Australian museums, with a compilation of types in other museums.

Breure AS, Whisson CS - Zookeys (2012)

Bottom Line: The seven fossil taxa known so far are included in this catalogue.Bothriembryon jacksoni Iredale, 1939, Bothriembryon notatus Iredale, 1939, Bothriembryon praecelsus Iredale, 1939 and Bothriembryon serpentinus Iredale, 1939 are elevated to species level.Bothriembryon gratwicki (Cox, 1899) is listed as status to be determined.

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Affiliation: Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis, P.O. Box 9517, Leiden, the Netherlands.

ABSTRACT
Type material of 41 Australian Bothriembryon taxa present in Australian museums is critically listed, indicating systematic issues that need to be resolved in further studies. Information on additional type material of 22 taxa in non-Australian museums is compiled. The seven fossil taxa known so far are included in this catalogue. Based on the current systematic position, 38 species are treated in this paper. Bothriembryon jacksoni Iredale, 1939, Bothriembryon notatus Iredale, 1939, Bothriembryon praecelsus Iredale, 1939 and Bothriembryon serpentinus Iredale, 1939 are elevated to species level. Bothriembryon gratwicki (Cox, 1899) is listed as status to be determined.

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Type localities of Bothriembryon taxa (continued). ABothriembryon species in Western Australia B Species of Shark Bay and adjacent region C Species of the Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste region D Species of Albany region.
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Figure 2: Type localities of Bothriembryon taxa (continued). ABothriembryon species in Western Australia B Species of Shark Bay and adjacent region C Species of the Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste region D Species of Albany region.

Mentions: Abbreviations used for depositories of material are: AM, Australian Museum, Sydney, Australia; ANSP, Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, USA; CPC, Geoscience Australia, Canberra, Australia; MHNG, Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, Genève, Switzerland; MNHN, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France; MV, Museum of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia; NHMUK, Natural History Museum, London, U.K.; SAMA, South Australian Museum, Adelaide, Australia; SMF, Senckenberg Natur-Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; TWCMS, Great Northern Museum (formerly Hancock Museum), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, U.K.; UMZC, University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge, U.K.; WAM, Western Australian Museum, Perth, Australia; ZMB, Museum für Naturkunde, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany. Other abbreviations used are: D, shell diameter; H, shell height; W, number of whorls. This paper follows the structure of Breure (2011) and Breure and Ablett (2012), with an additional section on types in non-Australian museums; given the recent papers by e.g. Neubert and Janssen (2004), Köhler (2007), and Breure and Ablett (2012), this sections presents only a compilation of information. Figs 1–2 presents the type localities of species. The dimensions of the specimens figured are presented in the text.


Annotated type catalogue of Bothriembryon (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Orthalicoidea) in Australian museums, with a compilation of types in other museums.

Breure AS, Whisson CS - Zookeys (2012)

Type localities of Bothriembryon taxa (continued). ABothriembryon species in Western Australia B Species of Shark Bay and adjacent region C Species of the Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste region D Species of Albany region.
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Figure 2: Type localities of Bothriembryon taxa (continued). ABothriembryon species in Western Australia B Species of Shark Bay and adjacent region C Species of the Cape Leeuwin and Cape Naturaliste region D Species of Albany region.
Mentions: Abbreviations used for depositories of material are: AM, Australian Museum, Sydney, Australia; ANSP, Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, USA; CPC, Geoscience Australia, Canberra, Australia; MHNG, Muséum d’Histoire Naturelle, Genève, Switzerland; MNHN, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, Paris, France; MV, Museum of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia; NHMUK, Natural History Museum, London, U.K.; SAMA, South Australian Museum, Adelaide, Australia; SMF, Senckenberg Natur-Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany; TWCMS, Great Northern Museum (formerly Hancock Museum), Newcastle-upon-Tyne, U.K.; UMZC, University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge, U.K.; WAM, Western Australian Museum, Perth, Australia; ZMB, Museum für Naturkunde, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany. Other abbreviations used are: D, shell diameter; H, shell height; W, number of whorls. This paper follows the structure of Breure (2011) and Breure and Ablett (2012), with an additional section on types in non-Australian museums; given the recent papers by e.g. Neubert and Janssen (2004), Köhler (2007), and Breure and Ablett (2012), this sections presents only a compilation of information. Figs 1–2 presents the type localities of species. The dimensions of the specimens figured are presented in the text.

Bottom Line: The seven fossil taxa known so far are included in this catalogue.Bothriembryon jacksoni Iredale, 1939, Bothriembryon notatus Iredale, 1939, Bothriembryon praecelsus Iredale, 1939 and Bothriembryon serpentinus Iredale, 1939 are elevated to species level.Bothriembryon gratwicki (Cox, 1899) is listed as status to be determined.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Netherlands Centre for Biodiversity Naturalis, P.O. Box 9517, Leiden, the Netherlands.

ABSTRACT
Type material of 41 Australian Bothriembryon taxa present in Australian museums is critically listed, indicating systematic issues that need to be resolved in further studies. Information on additional type material of 22 taxa in non-Australian museums is compiled. The seven fossil taxa known so far are included in this catalogue. Based on the current systematic position, 38 species are treated in this paper. Bothriembryon jacksoni Iredale, 1939, Bothriembryon notatus Iredale, 1939, Bothriembryon praecelsus Iredale, 1939 and Bothriembryon serpentinus Iredale, 1939 are elevated to species level. Bothriembryon gratwicki (Cox, 1899) is listed as status to be determined.

No MeSH data available.