Paradentalium disparile ( Orbigny, 1853 ) Orbigny, 1853

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 : 11

publication ID

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

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:DD06702D-A18D-4323-9CAE-D8F315FCCCC7

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6258392

persistent identifier

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scientific name

Paradentalium disparile ( Orbigny, 1853 )
status

n.comb.

Paradentalium disparile ( Orbigny, 1853)   n.comb.

Figs. 11–15 View FIGURES 1 – 19

+ Dentalium disparile Orbigny 1853: 202   , pl. 25, figs. 14–17; Dall 1889: 424; Scarabino 1973: pl. 1, fig. 8; Matthews and Rios 1974: 47.

+ Dentalium (Antalis) disparile: Pilsbry and Sharp 1897: 56   , pl. 14, figs. 16–21; Henderson 1920: 47, pl. 6, figs. 4–8; Maury 1922: 35; Haas 1953: 203; Lange de Morretes 1949: 53; Turner 1955: 311; Penna 1972: 230; Penna­Neme 1974: 111; Abbott 1974: 385, fig. 4505; Almeida and Oliveira 2000: 48, fig. 2.

+ Dentalium (Dentale) disparile: Rios 1970: 144   .

Dentalium (Heteroschismoides) callithrix   (non Dall 1889): Penna 1972: 231.

+ Antalis disparile: Scarabino 1985: 198   , pl. 72, fig. 1012; 1994: 306, pl. 106, fig. 1500; Díaz and Puyana 1994: 256, pl. 71, fig. 1040; García­Valencia and Díaz 2000: 79; Steiner and Kabat 2001: 440; 2004: 584.

Type material

Syntypes BMNH 1854.10. 4.465, 3 dd.

Type locality

Martinique (by original designation).

Diagnosis

Shell up to 40 mm long, white, gently curved. Six smooth primary ribs, one in the concave side, four laterally, one ventrally irregular hexagonal apical section. Oral section subcircular. Secondary ribs present. Pipe often observed at apex.

Material examined

IBUFRJ 7744, sta D 30, 19 lv; IBUFRJ 8060, sta AV 27, 7 lv; IBUFRJ 8068, sta VV 29, 3 dd; IBUFRJ 8079, sta AV 28, 82 lv; IBUFRJ 9091, sta C 66, 10 dd; IBUFRJ 10171, sta C 67, 1 dd; IBUFRJ 10380, sta C 5, 2 dd; IBUFRJ 10484, sta VV 24, 5 dd; IBUFRJ 14299, sta C 65, 6 dd; IBUFRJ 14300, sta VV 31, 1 dd.

Distribution

USA: Florida; West Indies: Sabanilla; Cuba; Trinidad ( Henderson 1920; Gray 1854; Turner 1955); Colombia ( García­Valencia & Díaz 2000); Brazil: Amapá to Santa Catarina ( Henderson 1920; Jaeckel 1927; Rios 1970; Penna 1972; Penna­Neme 1974; Scarabino 1985, 1994). Living 5 to 50 m ( Penna 1972), shells to 103 m.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Mollusca

Class

Scaphopoda

Order

Dentaliida

Family

Dentaliidae

Genus

Paradentalium

Loc

Paradentalium disparile ( Orbigny, 1853 )

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

Antalis disparile:

Steiner 2001: 440
Garcia-Valencia 2000: 79
Diaz 1994: 256
Scarabino 1985: 198
1985
Loc

Dentalium (Heteroschismoides) callithrix

Penna 1972: 231
1972
Loc

Dentalium (Dentale) disparile:

Rios 1970: 144
1970
Loc

Dentalium (Antalis) disparile:

Almeida 2000: 48
Penna-Neme 1974: 111
Abbott 1974: 385
Penna 1972: 230
Turner 1955: 311
Haas 1953: 203
Maury 1922: 35
Henderson 1920: 47
Pilsbry 1897: 56
1897
Loc

Dentalium disparile

Matthews 1974: 47
Dall 1889: 424
Orbigny 1853: 202
1853