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Pilsbry H.A. (1904). New Japanese marine Mollusca: Gastropoda. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 56: 3-32 [10 February], 33-37 [18 February], 6 pls.
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Pilsbry H.A.
1904
New Japanese marine Mollusca: Gastropoda.
Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia
56: 3-32 [10 February], 33-37 [18 February], 6 pls.
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Clathurella centrosa Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Pseudodaphnella tincta (Reeve, 1846) (original description)
Conus dormitor Pilsbry, 1904 † (original description)
Parviterebra Pilsbry, 1904 (original description)
Parviterebra paucivolvis Pilsbry, 1904 (original description)
Purpura tosana Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Usilla tosana (Pilsbry, 1904) (original description)
Rissoa ogasawarana Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Alvania ogasawarana (Pilsbry, 1904) (original description)
Rissoa tokyoensis Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Simulamerelina tokyoensis (Pilsbry, 1904) (original description)
Rissoina laevicostulata Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Rissoina plicatula Gould, 1861 (original description)
Rissoina materinsulae Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Rissoina ambigua (Gould, 1849) (original description)
Rissoina rex Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Mormula rex (Pilsbry, 1904) (original description)
Terebra awajiensis Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Punctoterebra awajiensis (Pilsbry, 1904) (original description)
Terebra hedleyi Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Cinguloterebra adamsii (E. A. Smith, 1873) accepted as Terebra adamsii E. A. Smith, 1873 (original description)
Terebra hizenensis Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Terebra textilis Hinds, 1844 accepted as Punctoterebra textilis (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Tornatina decorata Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Acteocina decorata (Pilsbry, 1904) (original description)
Tritonidea tosana Pilsbry, 1904 accepted as Pollia mollis (Gould, 1860) (original description)