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Vilvens C. 2004. Description of four new species of Calliotropis (Gastropoda: Trochidae: Eucyclinae: Calliotropini) from New Caledonia, Fiji and Vanuatu. Novapex 5(1): 19-31
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Calliotropis basileus Vilvens, 2004 (original description)
Calliotropis derbiosa Vilvens, 2004 (original description)
Calliotropis excelsior Vilvens, 2004 (original description)
Calliotropis micraulax Vilvens, 2004 (original description)
Fijian Exclusive Economic Zone for Calliotropis basileus Vilvens, 2004 
Fijian Exclusive Economic Zone for Calliotropis excelsior Vilvens, 2004 
New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone for Calliotropis micraulax Vilvens, 2004 
Vanuatu Exclusive Economic Zone for Calliotropis derbiosa Vilvens, 2004 
Paratype Private, identified as Calliotropis micraulax Vilvens, 2004
Paratype Private, identified as Calliotropis derbiosa Vilvens, 2004
Paratype Private, identified as Calliotropis excelsior Vilvens, 2004
Paratype IRSNB/KBIN 30 134 521, identified as Calliotropis micraulax Vilvens, 2004
Paratype IRSNB/KBIN 30 134 522, identified as Calliotropis derbiosa Vilvens, 2004
Paratype IRSNB/KBIN 30 134 523, identified as Calliotropis excelsior Vilvens, 2004
Holotype MNHN 4567, geounit Fijian part of the South Pacific Ocean, identified as Calliotropis excelsior Vilvens, 2004
Paratype MNHN 4568, identified as Calliotropis excelsior Vilvens, 2004
Holotype MNHN 4569, geounit Fijian Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Calliotropis basileus Vilvens, 2004
Paratype MNHN 4570, identified as Calliotropis basileus Vilvens, 2004
Holotype MNHN 4571, geounit Vanuatu Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Calliotropis derbiosa Vilvens, 2004
Paratype MNHN 4572, identified as Calliotropis derbiosa Vilvens, 2004
Holotype MNHN 4573, geounit New Caledonian Exclusive Economic Zone, identified as Calliotropis micraulax Vilvens, 2004
Paratype MNHN 4574, identified as Calliotropis micraulax Vilvens, 2004
Paratype NSM 73576, identified as Calliotropis micraulax Vilvens, 2004
Paratype MONZ M.273209, identified as Calliotropis micraulax Vilvens, 2004
 Etymology

King (Greek), used as a noun in apposition - with reference to the large size and crown-like spiral sculpture. [details]

 Etymology

Scabby (Latin) - with reference to the fine scale-like axial sculpture. [details]

 Etymology

Comparative form of excelsus (Latin), meaning distinguished - with reference to the very elegant shell shape. [details]

 Etymology

With small furrows (Greek) - with reference to the numerous axial lamellae within the umbilicus [details]