WoRMS name details

Triforis [sic]

137772  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:137772)

 unaccepted (misspelling of Triphora Blainville, 1828, by Deshayes (1834))
Genus

Species Triforis lacteus Dunker, 1874 (taxon inquirendum)

Subgenus Triforis (Biforina) Bucquoy, Dautzenberg & Dollfus, 1884 accepted as Monophorus Grillo, 1877
Subgenus Triforis (Granulotriforis) Kosuge, 1967 accepted as Trituba (Granulotriforis) Kosuge, 1967 represented as Trituba Jousseaume, 1884
Subgenus Triforis (Inella) Bayle, 1879 accepted as Inella Bayle, 1879
Subgenus Triforis (Ino) Hinds, 1843 accepted as Inella Bayle, 1879
Subgenus Triforis (Mastonia) Hinds, 1843 accepted as Mastonia Hinds, 1843
Subgenus Triforis (Paramendax) Powell, 1937 accepted as Paramendax Powell, 1937 accepted as Trituba (Paramendax) Powell, 1937 represented as Trituba Jousseaume, 1884
Subgenus Triforis (Sychar) Hinds, 1843 accepted as Sychar Hinds, 1843
Subgenus Triforis (Viriola) accepted as Viriola Jousseaume, 1884
Species Triforis abnormalis G. B. Sowerby III, 1903 accepted as Ataxocerithium abnormale (G. B. Sowerby III, 1903) (original combination)
Species Triforis adversa (Montagu, 1803) accepted as Marshallora adversa (Montagu, 1803)
Species Triforis amoena Hervier, 1898 accepted as Triphora amoena Hervier, 1898
Species Triforis anelpistos Bouchet & Fechter, 1981 accepted as Trituba anelpistos (Bouchet & Fechter, 1981) (original combination)
Species Triforis antepallaxa B. A. Marshall, 1977 accepted as Trituba (Granulotriforis) antepallaxa (B. A. Marshall, 1977) represented as Trituba antepallaxa (B. A. Marshall, 1977) (original combination)
Species Triforis apicina (Powell, 1937) accepted as Paramendax apicina Powell, 1937 accepted as Trituba (Paramendax) apicina (Powell, 1937) represented as Trituba apicina (Powell, 1937)
Species Triforis arthuri Jousseaume, 1884 accepted as Nototriphora decorata (C. B. Adams, 1850) (unnecessary nom. nov. pro Triphoris variegatus A. Adams, 1854, by Jousseaume believed to be preoccupied by "Cerithium variegatum C.B. Adams", a name that does not exist)
Species Triforis asper [sic] accepted as Strobiligera brychia (Bouchet & Guillemot, 1978) (misspelling of Triforis aspera Jeffreys, 1885)
Species Triforis aspera Jeffreys, 1885 accepted as Strobiligera brychia (Bouchet & Guillemot, 1978) (Invalid: junior homonym of Triforis asper Deshayes, 1864; Strobiligera brychia is a replacement name)
Species Triforis atlantica E. A. Smith, 1890 accepted as Triphora atlantica E. A. Smith, 1890 (original combination)
Species Triforis attenuatispira (Powell, 1937) accepted as Paramendax attenuatispira (Powell, 1937) accepted as Trituba (Paramendax) attenuatispira (Powell, 1937) represented as Trituba attenuatispira (Powell, 1937)
Species Triforis barbadensis Coomans & Faber, 1984 accepted as Trituba barbadensis (Coomans & Faber, 1984)
Species Triforis bathyraphe E. A. Smith, 1890 accepted as Triphora bathyraphe E. A. Smith, 1890 (original combination)
Species Triforis benoitianus Aradas, 1869 accepted as Monophorus perversus (Linnaeus, 1758) (synonym)
Species Triforis blacki B. A. Marshall, 1977 accepted as Trituba (Granulotriforis) blacki (B. A. Marshall, 1977) represented as Trituba blacki (B. A. Marshall, 1977) (original combination)
Species Triforis calculiferus Gould, 1861 accepted as Iniforis calculifera (Gould, 1861)
Species Triforis cingulata Dunker, 1860 accepted as Triphora cingulata (Dunker, 1860)
Species Triforis clathratus Gould, 1861 accepted as Triphora clathrata Gould, 1861 accepted as Triphora intercalaris Gould, 1861 accepted as Viriola intercalaris (Gould, 1861)
Species Triforis clio Hedley, 1899 accepted as Triphora clio Hedley, 1899 (misspelling of genus)
Species Triforis connata (Montrouzier, 1862) accepted as Viriola connata (Montrouzier, 1862)
Species Triforis cornuta Hervier, 1898 accepted as Triphora cornuta Hervier, 1898
Species Triforis crassula E. von Martens, 1880 accepted as Mastonia crassula (E. von Martens, 1880) (original combination)
Species Triforis decorata C. B. Adams, 1850 accepted as Nototriphora decorata (C. B. Adams, 1850)
Species Triforis dolicha R. B. Watson, 1886 accepted as Coriophora dolicha (R. B. Watson, 1886)
Species Triforis dunkeri Jousseaume, 1884 accepted as Viriola tricincta (Dunker, 1882) (unnecessary replacement name for Triforis cingulata Dunker, 1860)
Species Triforis epallaxa (Verco, 1909) accepted as Trituba (Granulotriforis) epallaxa (Verco, 1909) represented as Trituba epallaxa (Verco, 1909)
Species Triforis episcopalis Hervier, 1898 accepted as Monophorus episcopalis (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis excellens E. A. Smith, 1903 accepted as Triphora excellens E. A. Smith, 1903 (misspelling of genus)
Species Triforis excelsior Melvill & Standen, 1899 accepted as Viriola excelsior (Melvill & Standen, 1899) (original combination)
Species Triforis formosula Hervier, 1898 accepted as Iniforis formosula (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis fulvescens Hervier, 1898 accepted as Triphora fulvescens Hervier, 1898 accepted as Mastonia fulvescens (Hervier, 1898)
Species Triforis fusca Dunker, 1860 accepted as Coriophora fusca (Dunker, 1860) (original combination)
Species Triforis goubini Hervier, 1898 accepted as Triphora goubini Hervier, 1898
Species Triforis gracilior E. A. Smith, 1903 accepted as Triphora gracilior E. A. Smith, 1903 (misspelling of genus)
Species Triforis graniferus Brazier, 1894 accepted as Costatophora granifera (Brazier, 1894) (original combination)
Species Triforis grimaldii Dautzenberg & H. Fischer, 1906 accepted as Cosmotriphora melanura (C. B. Adams, 1850)
Species Triforis idoneus Melvill & Standen, 1901 accepted as Triphora idonea Melvill & Standen, 1901
Species Triforis incisus Pease, 1861 accepted as Viriola incisa (Pease, 1861)
Species Triforis innocens G. B. Sowerby III, 1921 accepted as Triphora innocens G. B. Sowerby III, 1921 accepted as Triphora madria Bartsch, 1915 (misspelling of genus)
Species Triforis intercalaris Gould, 1861 accepted as Triphora intercalaris Gould, 1861 accepted as Viriola intercalaris (Gould, 1861) (basionym)
Species Triforis interfilatus Gould, 1861 accepted as Triphora interfilata Gould, 1861 (misspelling of genus)
Species Triforis intermedius Dall, 1881 accepted as Inella intermedia (Dall, 1881) (original combination)
Species Triforis isleanus Vélain, 1877 accepted as Triphora isleana Vélain, 1877
Species Triforis jousseaumei Hervier, 1898 accepted as Mastoniaeforis jousseaumei (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis lamberti Hervier, 1898 accepted as Mastonia lamberti (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis leucomys Hervier, 1898 accepted as Nanaphora leucomys (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis lilaceocinctus E. A. Smith, 1903 accepted as Triphora lilaceocincta E. A. Smith, 1903
Species Triforis loyaltyensis Hervier, 1898 accepted as Mastonia loyaltyensis (Hervier, 1898)
Species Triforis lucidula Hervier, 1898 accepted as Notosinister lucidulus (Hervier, 1898) accepted as Monophorus lucidulus (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis macandraeae Adams A., 1856 accepted as Laeocochlis sinistrata (Nyst, 1835) (synonym)
Species Triforis macandreae A. Adams, 1856 accepted as Laeocochlis sinistrata (Nyst, 1835)
Species Triforis mediotincta Hervier, 1898 accepted as Mastonia mediotincta (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis melantera Hervier, 1898 accepted as Triphora melantera Hervier, 1898
Species Triforis mirifica Deshayes, 1863 accepted as Triphora mirifica Deshayes, 1863
Species Triforis monacha Hervier, 1898 accepted as Monophorus monachus (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis montrouzieri Hervier, 1898 accepted as Differoforis montrouzieri (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis nivea M. Sars, 1859 accepted as Laeocochlis sinistrata (Nyst, 1835)
Species Triforis niveus Sars M., 1859 accepted as Laeocochlis sinistrata (Nyst, 1835) (synonym)
Species Triforis otsuensis Yokoyama, 1920 accepted as Bouchetriphora otsuensis (Yokoyama, 1920) (original combination)
Species Triforis papillata Hervier, 1898 accepted as Mastonia papillata (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis perversus (Linnaeus, 1758) accepted as Monophorus perversus (Linnaeus, 1758)
Species Triforis picturatus G. B. Sowerby III, 1901 accepted as Euthymella elegans (Hinds, 1843)
Species Triforis poecila Hervier, 1898 accepted as Iniforis poecila (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis pura E. A. Smith, 1903 accepted as Triphora pura E. A. Smith, 1903 (misspelling of genus)
Species Triforis quadrimaculata Hervier, 1898 accepted as Notosinister quadrimaculatus (Hervier, 1898) accepted as Monophorus quadrimaculatus (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis recta E. A. Smith, 1890 accepted as Triphora recta E. A. Smith, 1890
Species Triforis rufula R. B. Watson, 1886 accepted as Monophorus rufulus (R. B. Watson, 1886)
Species Triforis rutilans Hervier, 1898 accepted as Subulophora rutilans (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis senafirensis Sturany, 1903 accepted as Viriola senafirensis (Sturany, 1903) (original combination)
Species Triforis superstes Bouchet & Fechter, 1981 accepted as Trituba superstes (Bouchet & Fechter, 1981) (original combination)
Species Triforis taeniolata Hervier, 1898 accepted as Triphora taeniolata Hervier, 1898
Species Triforis tanseiae Kosuge, 1967 accepted as Trituba (Granulotriforis) tanseiae (Kosuge, 1967) represented as Trituba tanseiae (Kosuge, 1967) (original combination)
Species Triforis tasmanica Tenison Woods, 1876 accepted as Isotriphora tasmanica (Tenison Woods, 1876) (original combination)
Species Triforis thetis Hedley, 1899 accepted as Mastonia thetis (Hedley, 1899)
Species Triforis torquatus Hedley, 1899 accepted as Coriophora ustulata (Hervier, 1898)
Species Triforis torticula Dall, 1881 accepted as Strobiligera torticula (Dall, 1881) (original combination)
Species Triforis trilirata Deshayes, 1863 accepted as Viriola trilirata (Deshayes, 1863)
Species Triforis troglodytes Hervier, 1898 accepted as Mastonia troglodytes (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis tui B. A. Marshall, 1977 accepted as Trituba (Granulotriforis) tui (B. A. Marshall, 1977) represented as Trituba tui (B. A. Marshall, 1977) (original combination)
Species Triforis ustulata Hervier, 1898 accepted as Coriophora ustulata (Hervier, 1898) (original combination)
Species Triforis variegatus A. Adams, 1854 accepted as Nototriphora decorata (C. B. Adams, 1850)
Species Triforis violacea Quoy & Gaimard, 1834 accepted as Iniforis violacea (Quoy & Gaimard, 1834)
marine, brackish, fresh, terrestrial
(of Triphora Blainville, 1828) Blainville, H. M. D. de. (1828). Triphore, <i>Triphora</i> (Conchyl.). pp. 344, in: Dictonnaire des Sciences Naturelles (F. Cuvier, ed.), vol. 55. Levrault, Strasbourg & Le Normant, Paris. , available online at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/25315727 [details]   
Taxonomy The name Triforis, as used by Deshayes (1834) is an incorrect subsequent spelling of Triphora Blainville, 1828 and...  
Taxonomy The name Triforis, as used by Deshayes (1834) is an incorrect subsequent spelling of Triphora Blainville, 1828 and therefore is not available for zoological nomenclature. Nevertheless "Triforis Deshayes, 1834" has been extensively used (e.g. Marshall, 1980; Gougerot & Le Renard, 1980; Pacaud & Le Renard, 1995; Lozouet, 1999) as a supposedly valid name for a group of dextral species, currently placed in genus Trituba Jouseaume, 1884 and tentatively placed in family Newtoniellidae (see Bouchet et al. 2017 note 154). It is to be noted that in the same paper in which he described Trituba, Jousseaume (1884) still used "Triforis Deshayes" for other dextral species which should be included in Trituba rather than in Triphora Blainville, 1828 which includes only sinistral species. [details]
MolluscaBase eds. (2021). MolluscaBase. Triforis [sic]. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=137772 on 2021-12-04
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original description  (of Triphora Blainville, 1828) Blainville, H. M. D. de. (1828). Triphore, <i>Triphora</i> (Conchyl.). pp. 344, in: Dictonnaire des Sciences Naturelles (F. Cuvier, ed.), vol. 55. Levrault, Strasbourg & Le Normant, Paris. , available online at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/page/25315727 [details]   

basis of record Deshayes, G. P. (1824-1837). <i>Description des coquilles fossiles des environs de Paris</i>. Paris, published by the author. Vol 1 (Bivalvia): pp. 1-80, pls 1-11 [1824], 81-170, pls 12-29 [1825], 171-238, pls 30-36 [1829], 239-322, pls 37-46 [1830], 323-392 [1832]; vol. 2: pp. 1-80, pls 1-8 [1824], 81-146, pls 9-17 [1825], 147-290, pls 18-40 [1832], 291-426, pls 41-61 [1833], 427-498, pls 62-78 [1834], 499-780, pls 79-106 [1835], 781-814 [1837]. , available online at http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/bibliography/52303
page(s): vol. 2, p. 429 [details]   

additional source Gofas, S.; Le Renard, J.; Bouchet, P. (2001). Mollusca. in: Costello, M.J. et al. (eds), European Register of Marine Species: a check-list of the marine species in Europe and a bibliography of guides to their identification. <em>Patrimoines Naturels.</em> 50: 180-213., available online at http://www.vliz.be/imisdocs/publications/ocrd/254404.pdf [details]   
 
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Taxonomy The name Triforis, as used by Deshayes (1834) is an incorrect subsequent spelling of Triphora Blainville, 1828 and therefore is not available for zoological nomenclature. Nevertheless "Triforis Deshayes, 1834" has been extensively used (e.g. Marshall, 1980; Gougerot & Le Renard, 1980; Pacaud & Le Renard, 1995; Lozouet, 1999) as a supposedly valid name for a group of dextral species, currently placed in genus Trituba Jouseaume, 1884 and tentatively placed in family Newtoniellidae (see Bouchet et al. 2017 note 154). It is to be noted that in the same paper in which he described Trituba, Jousseaume (1884) still used "Triforis Deshayes" for other dextral species which should be included in Trituba rather than in Triphora Blainville, 1828 which includes only sinistral species. [details]