Fustiaria liodon (Pilsbry & Sharp, 1897)

Caetano, Carlos Henrique Soares, Scarabino, Victor & Absalão, Ricardo Silva, 2006, Scaphopoda (Mollusca) from the Brazilian continental shelf and upper slope (13 º to 21 ºS) with descriptions of two new species of the genus Cadulus Philippi, 1844, Zootaxa 1267, pp. 1-47 : 24-25

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.173183

publication LSID

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DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6258420

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Fustiaria liodon (Pilsbry & Sharp, 1897)
status

 

Fustiaria liodon (Pilsbry & Sharp, 1897)  

Figs. 48–52 View FIGURES 39 – 56

+ Dentalium liodon   Pilsbry and Sharp 1897: 107, pl. 21, figs. 37–39; Matthews and Rios 1974: 47.

+ Dentalium (Laevidentalium) liodon   : Henderson 1920: 76, pl. 12, figs. 2–4; Warmke and Abbott 1961: 225, fig. 34 b; Rios 1970: 144; Penna 1972: 231; Penna­Neme 1974: 112.

+ Dentalium (Laevidentalium) liodon liodon   : Henderson 1920: 76.

+ Dentalium (Laevidentalium) liodon alloschismum   Pilsbry and Sharp 1897: 108, pl. 21, figs. 40–42; Henderson 1920: 77, pl. 13, figs. 1, 4–6.

+Laevidentalium liodon   : Scarabino 1985: 199, pl. 73, fig. 1023; 1994: 308, pl. 107, fig. 1511; Cabral and Mello 1994: 39, figs. 11, 12; Díaz and Puyana 1994: 256, pl. 71, fig. 1043.

+ Fustiaria liodon   : Steiner and Kabat 2001: 445; 2004: 611.

Type material

Holotype ANSP 35554.

Type locality

St. Martin, West Indies (by original designation).

Diagnosis

Shell medium (to 34 mm), slender, slightly curved, regularly tapering, translucent, glossy, brilliant. Without sculpture. Apex with narrow slit or V­shape notch on the ventral side. Section circular throughout.

Distribution

USA: Florida; Caribbean Sea: St. Martin (Pilsbry & Sharp 1897); Barbados; Antigua; Honduras (Henderson 1920); Brazil: Amapá to Rio de Janeiro, including Fernando de Noronha Island (Penna 1972; Penna­Neme 1974; Scarabino 1975, 1985, 1994). Living 26 to 59 m (Penna­Neme 1974), shells down to 150 m.

Remarks

Pilsbry and Sharp (1897) noted that the apical slit can be positioned on the convex or on the concave side, or even laterally. However, the material examined in this study had shown only ventrally located slit ( Figs. 51 and 52 View FIGURES 39 – 56 ).

ANSP

Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Mollusca

Class

Scaphopoda

Order

Dentaliida

Family

Fustiariidae

Genus

Fustiaria

Loc

Fustiaria liodon (Pilsbry & Sharp, 1897)

Caetano, Carlos Henrique Soares, Scarabino, Victor & Absalão, Ricardo Silva 2006
2006
Loc

Fustiaria liodon

Steiner and Kabat 2001: 445
2001
Loc

liodon

Scarabino 1985: 199
1985
Loc

Dentalium (Laevidentalium) liodon

Henderson 1920: 76
1920
Loc

Dentalium (Laevidentalium) liodon liodon

Henderson 1920: 76
1920
Loc

Dentalium liodon

Pilsbry and Sharp 1897: 107
1897
Loc

Dentalium (Laevidentalium) liodon alloschismum

Pilsbry and Sharp 1897: 108
1897