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You can be membership of the SEM by 7. Please, ask for the inscription prmt paper. Please contact The Conchological Society of S. Annlin Pretoria South Africa or email mikec msinfo. E-mail: abreure xs4all. Vilvens Editorial 29 R. Houart R. Houart Description of Murex Murex hystricosus n. Dharma Gastropoda:Muricidae from Sumatra. Houart Description of Scabrotrophon chunfui n. Gastropoda: 37 T. Mozart, 52, 1 Bruxelles Jobsstraat, 8, Landen Ezemaal BUYLE, av. Needless to say, some shell shows are even articulated around this principle. Their systematics is sometimes extraordinarily complex, calling for a careful study of the shell and the anatomy.
Those who will begin a serious study are certainly ready for hours of identification work as well for great ethologic and, let's not be afraid with this word, ecological discoveries. After ail, that's perhaps "biodiversity" applied to malacologists? We are delighted to believe so again and again. Gastropoda, Muricidae, Murex n. Murex M. It is compared with Murex aduncospinosus Sowerby, , M. The new species differs mainly in the number and morphology of the primary and secondary spines. They recognized 26 species or subspecies of Murex s.
However, it does not fil in Promurex either. P: primary cord s : secondary cord t : tertiary cord ad: adapical ab: abapical 1P: infrasutural primary cord primary cord on shoulder adis : adapical infrasutural secondary cord shoulder abis : abapical infrasutural secondary cord shoulder PI : shoulder cord P2-P6 : Primary cords of the convex part of the teleoconch whorl s 1 -s6 : secondary cords of the convex part of the teleoconch whorl si : secondary cord between PI and P2; s2 : secondary cord between P2 and P3, etc.
Murex hystricosus n. Figs Type material. Paratypes : 1 AMS C. Houart, 1 coll. Southwest Sumatra and east Java, depth unknown. Spire high with 2. Suture impressed. Protoconch large, broad, bulbous; whorls rounded, smooth, occasionally with a few erratically placed small pustules near terminal varix. Terminal varix thin, raised, weakly curved.
Axial sculpture of teleoconch whorls consisting of moderately high, narrow axial lamellae on first and second teleoconch whorls; strong, rounded varices and low intervarical ribs from third teleoconch whorl. First whorl with 8 or 9 lamellae, second with and one occasional varix, third to fifth whorls with 3 varices and 2 or 3 intervarical nodose ribs, last whorl with 3 varices and 4 or 5 low, weakly nodose intervarical ribs. Spiral sculpture of primary, secondary and tertiary cords and of weak threads. PI, P3 and P5 longest. PI longest, adapically bent.
Occasionally tertiary cords between primary and secondary cords on penultimate and last whorl. Some primary and secondary cords occasionally of same strength. Primary and secondary spiral sculpture ventral view of Murex hystricosus n. Protoconch paratype coll. Scale bar : 0. Other spines decreasing in length abapically.
Single secondary cord and 2 tertiary cords between each pair of primary cords. Brown or dark brown with lighter colored spiral cords. Siphonal canal and aperture dark brown.
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Columellar lip glossy bluish-white. Operculum and radula unknown. Etymology : hystricosus L : prickly, thorny. M hystricosus also has more numerous split denticles within the aperture. It also constantly differs in the color pattern, M. Neubert, E. Six new species of marine gastropods from the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden.
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La Conchiglia 22 : Conchiglia 26 : Ponder, W. Roland Houart. Scale bar : 2 mm. Novapex 2 2 : , 20 juin Description of Scabrotrophon chunfui n. LAN P. Gastropoda, Muricidae, Scabrotrophon n.
Scabrotrophon chunfui n. The new species differs mainly in the number and the morphology of the axial ribs and the spiral cords. Since its description, however, the genus has been used by several authors for more or less similar northern muricid species having a trophonine aspect and a white, lamellose and spirally sculptured shell.
An unknown Scabrotrophon species was recentley trawled off northeastern Taiwan and offered to us for identification. P1-P6 : primary cords. Northeastern Pacific. Sculpture axial and spiral; early sculpture dominated by 2 strong spiral cords; spiral cords scabrous, overriding axial ribs of mature sculpture. McLean included five species in Scabrotrophon. Novapex 2 2 : , 20 juin m Nipponotrophon, and a more extensive sculpture at maturity.
The penultimate and the last adult whorl rarely bear shallow secondary cords. The shoulder is smooth. Scabrotrophon has two or three primary squamous cords from the first to the third whorl, fourth and fifth whorls with two or three primary cords, occasionally with one intermediate secondary cords, sixth with 2 or 3 primary cords, occasionally with one or two secondary cords and tertiary, shallow cords. The last whorl has primary, secondary and tertiary cords. The primary and secondary cords occasionally are of same strength on the penultimate and last adult whorls.
The axial sculpture in Nipponotrophon consists of 12 or 13 axial cords on the first teleoconch whorl, on second, on third, on fourth, on fifth, 9 on the sixth whorl. The last adult whorl bears narrow, lamellate, occasionally rounded ribs. In opposition, the axial sculpture in Scabrotrophon consists of axial ribs on the first whorl, on second, on third, from fourth to sixth. Last adult whorl with ribs. Ribs rounded or weakly lamellate. In Nipponotrophon the operculum is inverted tear- shaped with a nucleus in apical left Fig.
Its classification remains doubtful. Figs , Type material. Holotype MNHN. Northeast Taiwan, in m. Off Taiwan, m. Spire high with VA- 2 protoconch whorls and up to 6 convex teleoconch whorls. Suture weakly adpressed. Protoconch moderately large, irregularly shaped, weakly bulbous and acute. Whorls smooth. Axial sculpture of teleoconch whorls consisting of low, narrow, lamellose ribs. First whorl with 11 or 12 ribs, second with , third , fourth , fifth , sixth 12, last whorl with ribs of which some occasionally stronger.
Spiral sculpture usually of high, strong, narrow, primary, secondary and tertiary cords. Novapex 2 2 : , 20 juin shoulder, PI, si, P2 on convex part of whorl, fourth to sixth with 2 secondary cords on shoulder, PI, si, P2 of approximately same strength. Last whorl with 11 or 12 primary and secondary cords, occasionally of same strength. Secondary cords on shoulder narrower.
Spiral cords forming small, short, broadly open spines at intersection with axial lamellae. Aperture large, ovate. Outer lip smooth. White or light tan. Operculum light brown, ovate, with nucleus in apical center. Radula unknown. Protoconch of Scabrotrophon churifui. Paratype coll. Operculum of Scabrotrophon chunfui holotype. Operculum of Nipponotrophon echimts Dali, The peiuiltimate and the last adult whorl have a single secondary spiral eord on shoulder.
The spinelets at the intersection of the primary spiral cords and the axial lamellae are broader and more largerly open. The protoconch is broad and is almost twice the size of that of S. Wipponotrophon species differs primarily in having an inverted tear-shaped operculum with a nucleus in apical left, and in the overall morphological structure of the shell. Named for Mr. Chun-Fu Lee, who kindly donated the type material.
We are most indebted to Mr. Chun-Fu Lee Keelung, Taiwan who gave us the opportunity to study this species, and for the gift of the material. We are also very grateful to Bruce A. McLean, J. Holotype MNHR Paratype AMS C. Novai'IX 2 2 : , 20 juin ] Okhotsk Sea, 40 m, Scabrotrophon densicostata Golikov, Okhotsk Sea, Kurile Islands, Houart; Scabrotrophon regina Houart, Nipponotrophon echinus Dali, Off Jogashima, Sagami Bay, Japan, m, The widely neglected V.
Adams, , a junior homonym, which was originally described from unknown locality, but has turned out to live in shallow water m of several Indo-West Pacific locations Mozambique to the Fiji Islands ; it is differentiated from V. Figures Type material. Holotype Fig. Paratype 1: Paratype 2: Paratype 3: Paratype 4: Paratype 5 Fig. Paratype 6: Rosa Island, in 80 to m depth, caught by tangle net on rocky sand; in coll. Paratype 7: Paratype 9: Paratype Mindanao, Dipolog, Aliguay Island, in m, trawled, in coll. Off Balicasag Island, Bohol, Philippines, in to m depth, caught by tangle net, on sand.
Distribution and habitat. Philippine Islands. Deep water 80 m to m, on a sand substrate. Teleoconch of rather flat-sided and axially ribbed whorls; sutures distinct. Interstices of the ribs flatly V-shaped, articulated by distinct spiral grooves on the spire whorls.
Body whorl with spiral grooves; the lowest spiral grooves on the base bisect the axial ribs, producing a few weak crenulated spiral cords. Inner lip as well as columellar callus indistinct; within the posterior aperture angle a rather weak wedge-shaped callus; columella with 4 plicae decreasing in size anteriorly; siphonal canal rather long and straight, weakly dorsally recurved, with indistinct anal notch; siphonal fasciole in continuation of the columellar folds consists of four oblique rolls.
The last two or three whorls show a peculiar white subsutural zone comprising spirals. This peripheral zone is weakly expressed e. Axial ribs whitish or at least lighter brown than their interstices. Shell base and columella uniformly brown, columellar folds light brown to whitish. Outer lip brown with white interruptions according to the mentioned white spiral zones.
Aperture white within. Paratype 7 uniformly brown except the subperipheral white zone. Dark colour variants where the brown colouration extends to the apex and subsutural or peripheral zone, only one subperipheral zone left white, may easily be identified when characters of size, shape and sculpture are considered as well. Especially the widely spaced axial ribs with smooth ridges and the extended shell base with stretched and notchless siphonal canal allow in any case a distinction from superficially similar species like Vexillum Costellaria amandum Reeve, , V.
Adams, , V. Pusia daedalum Reeve, C virgo is of similar size, shows quite often a similar brown ground colour, its axial ribs being frequently lighter coloured to whitish like in V. Moreover V. Also the colour pattern of V. Vexillum Costellaria vespula n. Figure 3 Type material. Marrow; deposited in MHNG Deep water, on a sand and mud substrate.
Teleoconch of convex and axially ribbed whorls; sutures distinct; sculptured with strong and smooth axial ribs, distinct on ail spire whorls, becoming more slender and narrowly spaced on the body whorl near the outer lip; ribs number 14— 16 on early spiral whorls, on the penultimate whorl and on the body whorl; interstices V- shaped.
Ail spiral grooves bisect the axial ribs; the lowest spiral grooves are very deep and wide, intersection with the axial ribs produce strongly nodulous spiral cords. Besides the mentioned comparatively few spiral grooves, the ribs as well as their interstices are smooth, showing only very faint axial growth Unes. Colour pattern: Shell ground yellow; spire whorls with two broad yellow spiral zones where the interstices of the axial ribs are accentuated by dark brown, both zones separated by a distinctive white peripheral zone throughout; lower half of body whorl with a second white band just below the level of the posterior aperture angle; two broad grooves of the siphonal fasciole and interstices of the columellar folds also flared with dark brown; outer lip and aperture within the outer lip predominantly dark brown, with two white interruptions reflecting the two white spiral zones of the body whorl.
There is no known costellarid species which closely resembles V. Slightly similar in colour pattern is Vexillum Pusia discolorium Reeve, Fig. In addition, the blotches between the axial ribs on the upper parts of the whorls of V. In some aspects of colour pattern, V. In addition, both species differ in colour pattern: in V. The lectotype of M armillata, illustrated by Turner , T. Vexillum Costellaria pyropus n. Figures Vexillum Costellaria cf.
Type material. Paratype 2 Fig. Paratype 5: Paratype 8: Heinicke Paul-Singer-Str. Paratype 1 1 : Chino Arima, Miyamae-ku, Kawasaki, Japan. Figures Holotype MHNG Paratype 5 coll. Turner Africa, dredged, 6 June OffBalicasag Island, Bohol, Philippines, in m. Distribution and habitat South Africa. Philippines, and Ogasawara Islands Japan. In the Philippines the species was collected both alive and dead on a sand and broken coral substrate in deep water about m. Latin masculine substantive pyropus gold-bronze , according to a distinctive character of shell colour pattern.
Teleoconch consists of 9 or 10 whorls, spire whorls slightly convex in outline, sutures distinct and canaliculate beneath rounded ledges, giving the spire a stepped appearance. Early whorls with ribs, penultimate whorl with slightly curved longitudinal ribs; interspaces V-shaped, with 1 spiral grooves which slightly bisect the ribs; the spiral threads override the axials, giving the shell surface a pustulate-gridlike appearance, shape of axial ribs somewhat vertebrate.
Body whorl with 42 longitudinal ribs, especially on the anterior half bisected distinctly by spiral grooves producing a distinctive nodulous shell surface. A pretty graceful, thin, fawn-coloured shell, with spiral striae and elegantly curved longitudinal thin ribs. Type locality of V. The type figure Fig.
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Vexillum Costellaria stossieri n. Dredged at approximately to m depth on a sandy reef. The name honours Mr. Gunter Stossier Hamburg, Germany for his contributions to the study of mitriform shells; he brought this species to our attention and he donated the holotype and a paratype. Spire elongate- fusiform, shell base truncated.
Conoidal protoconch of convex, smooth and amber-transparent embryonic whorls. Teleoconch whorls in number; spire outline nearly straight; sutures well defined. Spire whorls sculptured with strong longitudinal ribs, 13 in number on the first whorl, 19 in number on the penultimate whorl; ribs triangular in cross-section at least on later whorls ; ribs smooth on early spire whorls, bisected only laterally by 6 or 7 equally spaced shallow spiral grooves; on later whorls the spiral grooves are also eut into the tops of the ribs, but not as deep and wide as in their V- shaped interspaces.
Body whorl with 17 longitudinal ribs and in addition several weakened rib sets close to the outer lip; body whorl ribs extend to rostrum where they are interrupted by 4 rows of strong nodulose cords which are separated by wide and deep trenches. Columella with 4 strong folds, anteriorly decreasing in height but increasing in obliquity, the larger folds with groove along top; an additional, wedge-shaped fold or callus-tooth within the posterior aperture angle.
Outer lip light brown with two white interruptions according to the two spiral bands: interior of aperture, lirae and columella white. The new species resembles V. On the other hand, V. Vexillum Costellaria vicmanoui n. Paratypes 3 and 4: Al Deynzer. Paratypes 8, 9 and Lefort Maeva, Huahine, French Polynesia.
Paratype 12 Fig. Paratypes 13 to Paratypes 19 AugUSt ; in coll. Lefort Other material studied. Philippines, Ryukyu, and Ogasawara Islands. Deep water approximately m to m, on sand and mud substrates. In the Bohol Strait off Coamen Island the species lives sympatric with Vexillum Costellaria martinorum Cernohorsky, , still a quite uncommon species. About km to the northeast at the Ogasawara Islands the species lives sympatric with V.
Protoconch consisting of 3 strongly convex, smooth and colourless-transparent to light yellow embryonic whorls. Colour pattern: The first 3 to 4 spire whorls are white. Type figure Sowerby, , pi. Africa, in m. Paratype 2 coll. Africa, Paratype 12 coll. Chino C vicmanoui slightly resembles also V. C acupictum Reeve, 1S44 Fig. Pnsia cithara Reeve, Fig. Vexillum Costellaria perrieri Dautzenberg, Figures Mitra turricula A. Adams: locality unknown non V. Mitra Turricula perrieri Dautzenberg: , pi. Vexillum armigera Reeve : Maes: , pi.
T non Mitra armiger Reeve, Vexillum Costellaria turrigeritm Reeve : Cernohorsky: 55 turricula A. Adams, in synonymy. Costellaria turrigerum Reeve : Kaicher: card non Mitra turriger Reeve, Vexillum Costellaria luimile Hervier : Turner: 94, Taf. Vexillum Costellaria n. Turner: 10, pi.
Vexillum Costellaria perrieri Dautzenberg : Turner: status nomen validum. Three worn syntypes of M turricula A. Adams with broken apices : BMNH Bouchet, in litt. No locality was given for M. Shallow water m , partially collected live on clear sand with some coral; in Mozambique dredged dead from 30 m. Lefort; Marrow L Fig. Drivas, August , in coll. Maldives, Ari atoll, leg. Pellifroni, February ; in coll. Original description.
Adams, : , no. Spira acuminata; anfr. Apertura angusta, inferne haud contracta; labrum arcuatum et intus laevis; columella quadriplicata: plicae inferae debilis simae. Color sordide lutescens; anfr. Subfusiform, spire stepped and turreted, ratio of shell height to width variable width Conoidal protoconch of3 convex, smooth and colourless or light brown glassy embryonic whorls.
Teleoconch whorls in number, later spire whorls angular due to oblique subsutural ramps and straight vertical sides, resulting in a polygonal spire outline; sutures distinct and slightly canaliculate. Early whorls with rounded axial ribs, penultimate whorl with ribs triangular in cross-section; interspaces V- shaped; ribs and their interspaces with weak and regularly spaced spiral grooves; the ribs bear weak nodules at the shoulder of later whorls. Columella with folds, anteriorly decreasing in size but increasing in obliquity, larger folds with shallow groove along top; columella hollowed posterior to the largest fold, followed by a moderately thick callus in the posterior angle of the aperture; siphonal fasciole roll-like, separated from the anterior part of the inner lip by a deep slit; siphonal canal very short and scarcely recurved to the dorsal side; siphonal notch wide and deep.
Colour pattern: Shell white with several characteristic grey and brown markings. On the body whorl two further brown spiral Unes are visible, one close below the aperture angle, the other above the level of the first posterior columellar fold, both spiral Unes separated by two flat spiral threads. A second greyish or brown zone occurs at the level below the aperture angle, being usually more intense in colour than the first zone above the suture. An older name for this species, Mitra turricula A. C turriger Reeve, Figs. Baer La Croix, Switzerland , Mr. Bertard Joinville le Pont, France , Dr.
Chino Miyamae-ku, Kawasaki, Japan , Ms. Lefort Huahine, French Polynesia , Mr. Martin Reunion Island , Mr. Martin Cebu City, Philippines , Mr. Pellifroni Porto Ceresio, Italy , Mr. Stossier Hamburg, Germany , and Dr. Emmanuel G. Salisbury Boise, ID, U. Descriptions of fifty-two new species of the genus Mitra, from the Cumingian Collection, froc. Auckland Inst. Dautzenberg, P. Mollusca II.
Mollusca marina testacea. In: Contribution a la faune de Madagascar. Author, St. Maes, V. Philadelphia 1 19 4 : Pechar, P. Sowerby II, G. Sowerby III Part 4. A Monograph of the genus Mitra: , pis. Sowerby, London. Turner, H. Club Conchylia Informationen 25 2 : 1 1, Taf. Club Conchylia Informationen 26 1 : 1 1, Taf. Part 2: , pis Author, Rovio, Switzerland. Katalog der Famille Costellariidae Macdonald ConchBooks, Hackenheim, Germany.
Syntype Mitra turricula A. Adams, BMNH Pellifroni Marrow Lectotype BMNH Marrow 6.
Abstract : Agathodonta elongata n. A few months ago, Fernand De Donder, a well known shell collector who use to travel ail around the Philippine Islands, entrusted me with a very strange trochid-shell according to the shape of its very elongate aperture. The genus Agathodonta seems the most appropriate. Others abbreviations P1,P2, P3, Indonesia, Kai Islands. Karubar, stn. Mindanao, North of Dipolog, Aliguay Island, m deep, trawled by pan- boats using tangle nets, paratype, De Donder.
A typical chilodontini-species, with nearly flat worls bearing coarse spiral cords and chiefly a large aperture transversely elongated with a straight outline. Shell of tall size for the genus height up to Protoconch superficially smooth, but actually with small pits. Slight axial prosocline ribs on abapical part. Terminal varix undistinct. Teleoconch of 5. Suture visible, not canaliculated, shell depressed between penultimate suprasutural and subsutural cords.