WoRMS name details

Curtitoma reticulata (Brown, 1827)

160244  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:160244)

 unaccepted (dubious synonym, not in usage)
Species
marine
Taxonomy Bouchet & Warén (1980) argued that this name should be given precedence over Pleurotoma reticulata Brown, 1827, being...  
Taxonomy Bouchet & Warén (1980) argued that this name should be given precedence over Pleurotoma reticulata Brown, 1827, being better known. This was followed by Bogdanov (1990) and Turgeon et al. (1998). However, P. trevelliana doesn't qualify for reversal of precedence (ICZN Article 23.9) as P. reticulata has been used by numerous authors since 1899. Baxter (1987) considered the two to be distinct species. [details]

Distribution 82°N to 42°N; 119°W to 0°W. Distribution: Greenland; Greenland: West Greenland, East Greenland; Davis Strait, Canada;...  
Distribution 82°N to 42°N; 119°W to 0°W. Distribution: Greenland; Greenland: West Greenland, East Greenland; Davis Strait, Canada; Canada: Labrador, Newfoundland, Gulf of St. Lawrence, Nova Scotia; USA: Massachusetts [details]
MolluscaBase (2018). Curtitoma reticulata (Brown, 1827). Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=160244 on 2018-04-26
Date
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2005-05-31 07:34:34Z
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2008-09-21 13:58:10Z
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basis of record Rosenberg, G. 2004. Malacolog Version 3.3.2: Western Atlantic gastropod database. The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA., available online at http://www.malacolog.org [details]   
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien 
 

From editor or global species database
Taxonomy Bouchet & Warén (1980) argued that this name should be given precedence over Pleurotoma reticulata Brown, 1827, being better known. This was followed by Bogdanov (1990) and Turgeon et al. (1998). However, P. trevelliana doesn't qualify for reversal of precedence (ICZN Article 23.9) as P. reticulata has been used by numerous authors since 1899. Baxter (1987) considered the two to be distinct species. [details]

From other sources
Distribution 82°N to 42°N; 119°W to 0°W. Distribution: Greenland; Greenland: West Greenland, East Greenland; Davis Strait, Canada; Canada: Labrador, Newfoundland, Gulf of St. Lawrence, Nova Scotia; USA: Massachusetts [details]