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1 May 2013 Cenozoic Ampullinidae and Naticidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda) from Patagonia, Argentina
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A revision of the Cenozoic Ampullinidae and Naticidae from a wide range of localities and stratigraphic units in Patagonia revealed the occurrence there of thirteen species referable to these families. Ampullinid species described are Tejonia? tapia (Feruglio, 1935); Tejonia arroyoensis n. sp. and Pseudamaura dubia (Petersen, 1946). Naticids are represented by the following valid species: Natica entreriana Borchert, 1901; Euspira patagonica (Philippi, 1845); Notocochlis borrelloi (Brunet, 1995); Bulbus subtenuis (Ihering, 1897); Polinices santacruzensis Ihering, 1907; Polinices puntarenasensis Ihering, 1907; Polinices ortmanni Ihering, 1907 (nomen dubium); Polinices mina n. sp.; Glossaulax secundum (Rochebrune and Mabille, 1885); and Darwinices claudiae n. gen. n. sp.

Miguel Griffin and Guido Pastorino "Cenozoic Ampullinidae and Naticidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda) from Patagonia, Argentina," Journal of Paleontology 87(3), (1 May 2013). https://doi.org/10.1666/12-148.1
Accepted: 1 December 2012; Published: 1 May 2013
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