The systematics of the radula‐less gastropod Clathromangelia (Caenogastropoda, Conoidea)

@article{Oliverio1995TheSO,
  title={The systematics of the radula‐less gastropod Clathromangelia (Caenogastropoda, Conoidea)},
  author={M. Oliverio},
  journal={Zoologica Scripta},
  year={1995},
  volume={24}
}
On the basis of foregut anatomy and embryonic/larval shell morphology, the radula‐less conoidean gastropod genus Clathromangelia Monterosato, 1884 is transferred to the subfamily Daphnellinae (family Turridae). The Lower Pliocene to Recent species arc reviewed. The type species is Pleurotoma granum Philippi, 1844, Recent from Sicily. C. quadrillum Dujardin, 1837 a fossil species described from the Miocene (and ranging to the Lower Pliocene) is here considered a distinct species, with… Expand
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