Ondina hendersoni (Bartsch, 1909),

Pimenta, Alexandre D., Santos, Franklin N. & Cunha, Carlo M., 2018, Redescription and reassignment of Ondinasemicingulata to the Pyramidellidae, with review of the occurrence of genus Evalea in the Western Atlantic (Gastropoda), Zoosystematics and Evolution 94 (2), pp. 535-544: 535

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zse.94.28765

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:AC6F04F4-0E94-44F6-8948-FB19FC09615C

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/306D4487-D6A1-5CCA-773F-27220CA3354A

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scientific name

Ondina hendersoni (Bartsch, 1909)
status

comb. n.

Ondina hendersoni (Bartsch, 1909)  comb. n. Figure 3a, b

Odostomia (Iolaea) hendersoni  : Bartsch 1909: 101, pl. 13, fig. 43.

Type material.

Holotype: USNM 203813.

Type locality.

Woods Hole, Massachusetts.

Material examined.

Photographs of the holotype.

Geographic distribution.

USA: Massachusetts (type locality).

Remarks.

The holotype of Ondina hendersoni  (Figure 3a, b) matches the general features of the genus Ondina  , being however, larger with more globose whorls. The typical spiral lines of the genus are very numerous in the figured holotype and especially evident on the lower half of the teleoconch whorls.

This species was recorded from Texas by Odé (1994) as Amoura cf. hendersoni  but the drawing of the shell ( Odé 1994: 48, fig. 4) exhibits a slender shell, with few spiral lines above suture, which resembles O. stocki  (see below).