WoRMS taxon details

Siphonaria kurracheensis Reeve, 1856

141469  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:141469)

accepted
Species
marine
Reeve L.A. (1856). Monograph of the genus Siphonaria. In: Conchologia Iconica, vol. 9, pl. 1-7 and unpaginated text. L. Reeve & Co., London. [stated date: pl. 1-5, March, 1856; pl. 6-7, May 1856]. , available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/9141808
page(s): pl. 5, species 20 [details]   
Note Karachi, Pakistan  
From editor or global species database
Type locality Karachi, Pakistan [details]
Taxonomy There is considerable confusion regarding the identity of the Indo-Pacific species of Siphonaria introduced into the...  
Taxonomy There is considerable confusion regarding the identity of the Indo-Pacific species of Siphonaria introduced into the Mediterranean. There are three distinct reports: in the Suez Canal (Tillier and Bavay, 1905, as Siphonaria sipho Sowerby, 1824, and Moazzo, 1939, as Siphonaria laciniosa (Linnaeus, 1758), on the Israeli coast (Barash & Danin, 1973, as Siphonaria kurracheensis Reeve, 1856 and Morrison, 1972, as Siphonaria laciniosa), and more recently in the Bay of Iskenderun, SE Turkey (Albayrak & Çeviker, 2001, and Albayrak & Çağlar, 2006, as Siphonaria belcheri).
It is unclear whether all reports refer or not to the same species. Zenetos et al. (2003) subsumed all Mediterranean records to the Red Sea species Siphonaria crenata Blainville, 1827 but this has yet to be ascertained. The only established population seems to be that of SE Turkey, which Albayrak & Çağlar (2006) claim to be introduced by shipping like several other aliens in that area and not spread out of the Red Sea. Delongueville & Scaillet (2010) reported (as Siphonaria crenata) the Turkish population to be thriving, but did not conclude on whether only one species is present.  [details]
MolluscaBase (2018). Siphonaria kurracheensis Reeve, 1856. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=141469 on 2018-02-21
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original description Reeve L.A. (1856). Monograph of the genus Siphonaria. In: Conchologia Iconica, vol. 9, pl. 1-7 and unpaginated text. L. Reeve & Co., London. [stated date: pl. 1-5, March, 1856; pl. 6-7, May 1856]. , available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/9141808
page(s): pl. 5, species 20 [details]   

basis of record 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. Patrimoines Naturels. 50: 180-213. (look up in IMIS[details]   

additional source Dayrat, B.; Goulding, T. C.; White, T. R. (2014). Diversity of Indo-West Pacific Siphonaria (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Euthyneura). Zootaxa. 3779(2): 246-276., available online at https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3779.2.7 [details]   
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien 
 

From editor or global species database
Taxonomy There is considerable confusion regarding the identity of the Indo-Pacific species of Siphonaria introduced into the Mediterranean. There are three distinct reports: in the Suez Canal (Tillier and Bavay, 1905, as Siphonaria sipho Sowerby, 1824, and Moazzo, 1939, as Siphonaria laciniosa (Linnaeus, 1758), on the Israeli coast (Barash & Danin, 1973, as Siphonaria kurracheensis Reeve, 1856 and Morrison, 1972, as Siphonaria laciniosa), and more recently in the Bay of Iskenderun, SE Turkey (Albayrak & Çeviker, 2001, and Albayrak & Çağlar, 2006, as Siphonaria belcheri).
It is unclear whether all reports refer or not to the same species. Zenetos et al. (2003) subsumed all Mediterranean records to the Red Sea species Siphonaria crenata Blainville, 1827 but this has yet to be ascertained. The only established population seems to be that of SE Turkey, which Albayrak & Çağlar (2006) claim to be introduced by shipping like several other aliens in that area and not spread out of the Red Sea. Delongueville & Scaillet (2010) reported (as Siphonaria crenata) the Turkish population to be thriving, but did not conclude on whether only one species is present.  [details]

Type locality Karachi, Pakistan [details]