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Boyer F. (2002). Description of five new marginellids from bathyal levels of southern New Caledonia. Novapex 3 (2-3): 87-96
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Dentimargo biocal Boyer, 2002 (original description)
Dentimargo cingulatus Boyer, 2002 (original description)
Dentimargo tropicensis Boyer, 2002 (original description)
Gibberula nebulosa Boyer, 2002 (original description)
Protoginella maestratii Boyer, 2002 (original description)
New Caledonia for Dentimargo cingulatus Boyer, 2002 
New Caledonia for Gibberula nebulosa Boyer, 2002 
New Caledonia for Protoginella maestratii Boyer, 2002 
New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone for Dentimargo biocal Boyer, 2002 
Norfolk Ridge for Dentimargo tropicensis Boyer, 2002 
Paratype AM, geounit Île des Pins, identified as Protoginella maestratii Boyer, 2002
Paratype MONZ, geounit Île des Pins, identified as Protoginella maestratii Boyer, 2002
Paratype NSM, geounit Île des Pins, identified as Protoginella maestratii Boyer, 2002
Holotype MNHN 3620, geounit New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Dentimargo biocal Boyer, 2002
Holotype MNHN 3622, geounit New Caledonia, identified as Dentimargo cingulatus Boyer, 2002
Paratype MNHN 3623, geounit Île des Pins, identified as Dentimargo cingulatus Boyer, 2002
Holotype MNHN 3624, geounit Norfolk Ridge, identified as Dentimargo tropicensis Boyer, 2002
Paratype MNHN 3625, geounit Norfolk Ridge, identified as Dentimargo tropicensis Boyer, 2002
Holotype MNHN 3626, geounit New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Gibberula nebulosa Boyer, 2002
Paratype MNHN 3627, geounit Île des Pins, identified as Gibberula nebulosa Boyer, 2002
Holotype MNHN 3629, geounit New Caledonia, identified as Protoginella maestratii Boyer, 2002
Paratype MNHN 3630, geounit Île des Pins, identified as Protoginella maestratii Boyer, 2002
 Etymology

Referring to the spiral decoration of the shell. [details]

 Etymology

Referring to the range of distribution of the species, approximatively situated under the tropic of Capricorn. [details]

 Etymology

Referring to the nebulous aspect of the shell decoration. [details]