The Prosobranchia of the Siboga Expedition

@inproceedings{SchepmanThePO,
  title={The Prosobranchia of the Siboga Expedition},
  author={M. M. Schepman}
}
New species of the genus Otitoma Jousseaume, 1898 (Pseudomelatomidae, Conoidea) from the Western Pacifi c Ocean
Twelve new species are assigned to the genus Otitoma Jousseaume, 1898 in the family Pseudomelatomidae Morrison, 1966 and herein described: O. hadra sp. nov., O. neocaledonica sp. nov., O.Expand
New species of the genus Otitoma Jousseaume, 1898 (Pseudomelatomidae, Conoidea) from the Western Pacific Ocean
Twelve new species are assigned to the genus Otitoma Jousseaume, 1898 in the family Pseudomelatomidae Morrison, 1966 and herein described: O. hadra sp. nov., O. neocaledonica sp. nov., O.Expand
A Revision of the Chilodontidae (Gastropoda: Vetigastropoda: Seguenzioidea) of Southern Africa and the South-Western Indian Ocean
TLDR
The genus Agathodonta Cossmann, 1918 is not considered to be applicable to the extant species for which it has been recently used and a new genus is proposed for these living forms. Expand
The genus Pagodula (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Muricidae) in Australia, the New Zealand region and the Tasman Sea
TLDR
Deep-sea gastropods of the genus Pagodula Monterosato, 1884 from the New Zealand region, Australia and the Tasman Sea are reviewed, with seventeen species recognised, including Trophon araios Houart & Engl, 2007, and eleven species described as new. Expand
New and unusual deep-water Conoidea revised with shell, radula and DNA characters
  • Yu. I. Kantor, A. E. Fedosov, N. Puillandre
  • Ruthenica, Russian Malacological Journal
  • 2018
In the course of preparation of a new molecular phylogeny of Conoidea based on exon-capture some new species and species with notable morphology were revealed. The taxonomy of these species isExpand
On some Vetigastropoda (Mollusca, Gastropoda) from the Plio-Pleistocene of the Philippines with descriptions of three new species.
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The new fauna offers insights into the character of relatively deep water Indo-West Pacific mollusc faunas prior to the onset of the late Quaternary ice ages, as well as proposed new combinations of species. Expand
Report on the Raphitomidae Bellardi, 1875 (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Conoidea) from the China Seas
Twenty-seven Raphitomidae species belonging to nine genera, are recorded from the China Seas, including two new species, which are described here: Asperdaphne paramoretonica sp. nov., DaphnellaExpand
Two new Horaiclavus (Horaiclavidae, Conoidea) species from the Indo-Pacific region.
TLDR
Two new species are described that resemble members of this genus of Holocene Indo-Pacific species in some aspects of shell morphology, but otherwise show features that suggest that they differ from "typical" Horaiclavus species. Expand
Amiantofusus gen. nov. for Fusus amiantus Dall, 1889 (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Fasciolariidae) with description of a new and extensive Indo-West Pacific radiation
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The new genus Amiantofusus gen. nov is described to accommodate the Atlantic species Fusus amiantus Dall, 1889 and this family is confirmed as distinct from Buccinidae, based on anatomical differences. Expand
Typhlosyrinx -like tropical deep-water turriform gastropods (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Conoidea)
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Two conchologically similar genera, based on radular and protoconch morphology and radular morphology are recognized: Typhlosyrinx, with axial ribbing on teleoconch spire whorls and a radula with long (250 μm) barbed teeth, and Leiosyrinx n. Expand
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