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Fraussen K. & Hadorn R. 2003. Six new Buccinidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from New Caledonia. Novapex 4(2-3): 33-50.
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Île des Pins for Euthria cumulata Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003 
Île des Pins for Euthria scepta Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003 
New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone for Euthria solifer Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003 
New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone for Serratifusus excelens Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003 
New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone for Serratifusus harasewychi Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003 
New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone for Serratifusus sitanius Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003 
Holotype MNHN 6522, locality New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Serratifusus sitanius Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003
Holotype MNHN 6530, locality New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Serratifusus harasewychi Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003
Holotype MNHN 6534, locality New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Serratifusus excelens Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003
Holotype MNHN 6823, locality New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Euthria solifer Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003
Holotype MNHN 6829, locality Île des Pins, identified as Euthria scepta Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003
Holotype MNHN 6840, locality Île des Pins, identified as Euthria cumulata Fraussen & Hadorn, 2003
 Etymology

Derived from the Latin cumulare (verb), meaning "piling up" or "accumulating". Showing two forms of axial ... [details]

 Etymology

Named after the Latin expression excelens (adjective), meaning "high, exalted, lofty". [details]

 Etymology

Named after the Latin expression sceptus (adjective), meaning "descending from the clouds". Being small and smooth ... [details]

 Etymology

Named after the Latin expression solifer (adjective), meaning "bringing sunshine". Being sometimes bright coloured ... [details]

 Etymology

The name is derived from the Latin sitanius (noun, neuter), meaning "summer wheat". Being orange-brown in colour, ... [details]

 Etymology

This species is named to honor Jerry Harasewych from the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian ... [details]