Adeuomphalus Seguenza, 1876,

Geiger, Daniel L., 2019, The Family Seguenziidae Verrill, 1884 in the Northeast Pacific, including a comment on excessive numbers of taxonomic data portals, Zoosymposia 13, pp. 61-69: 66

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zoosymposia.13.1.7

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

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scientific name

Adeuomphalus Seguenza, 1876
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Adeuomphalus Seguenza, 1876 

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Adeuomphalus Seguenza, 1876: 10  . Type species (M): A. ammoniformis Sequenza, 1876  . Plio-Pleistocene deep-water fossil, southern Italy. [see Kano et al. (2009) for potential synonymy of Transomalogyra Palazzi & Gaglini, 1979  and unresolved erroneous identification of type species.]

Description. Shell to 3 mm, planispiral, teleoconch with axial cords, aperture D-shaped, with thin edge.

Remarks. The placement of the genus is not fully resolved and is included here under Seguenziidae  for convenience; see Kano et al. (2009) for details. Of six species, one is known in the northeast Pacific.

Adeuomphalus  trochanter Warén & Bouchet, 2001

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Adeuomphalus  trochanter Warén & Bouchet, 2001: 132, figs 8f, 15l, 16d. Holotype MNHN 21051View Materials. Juan de Fuca Ridge , off Oregon (46°N, 130°W), 2068 m.GoogleMaps 

Description. As for genus.

Distribution. Juan de Fuca Ridge (46˚N). Hydrothermal vents, 2000 m.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Mollusca

Class

Gastropoda

Loc

Adeuomphalus Seguenza, 1876

Geiger, Daniel L. 2019
2019
Loc

Adeuomphalus

Waren, A. & Bouchet, P. 2001: 132
2001
Loc

Adeuomphalus

Seguenza, G. 1876: 10
1876