WoRMS taxon details

Strombidae Rafinesque, 1815

23123  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:23123)

accepted
Family
Genus Barneystrombus Blackwood, 2009
Genus Canarium Schumacher, 1817
Genus Conomurex Bayle in P. Fischer, 1884
Genus Dolomena Wenz, 1940
Genus Doxander Wenz, 1940
Genus Euprotomus Gill, 1870
Genus Gibberulus Jousseaume, 1888
Genus Harpago Mörch, 1852
Genus Labiostrombus Oostingh, 1925
Genus Laevistrombus Abbott, 1960
Genus Lambis Röding, 1798
Genus Lentigo Jousseaume, 1886
Genus Lobatus Swainson, 1837
Genus Margistrombus Bandel, 2007
Genus Mirabilistrombus Kronenberg, 1998
Genus Ophioglossolambis Dekkers, 2012
Genus Persististrombus Kronenberg & H. G. Lee, 2007
Genus Sinustrombus Bandel, 2007
Genus Strombus Linnaeus, 1758
Genus Terestrombus Kronenberg & Vermeij, 2002
Genus Thersistrombus Bandel, 2007
Genus Tricornis Jousseaume, 1886
Genus Tridentarius Kronenberg & Vermeij, 2002

Genus Afristrombus Bandel, 2007 accepted as Persististrombus Kronenberg & H. G. Lee, 2007
Genus Alata Linck, 1783 accepted as Strombus Linnaeus, 1758
Genus Aliger Thiele, 1929 accepted as Lobatus Swainson, 1837
Genus Bothrodon Kerr, 1926 accepted as Harpago Mörch, 1852
Genus Decostrombus Bandel, 2007 accepted as Conomurex Bayle in P. Fischer, 1884
Genus Eustrombus Wenz, 1940 accepted as Lobatus Swainson, 1837
Genus Fusistrombus Bandel, 2007 accepted as Canarium Schumacher, 1817
Genus Gallinula Mörch, 1852 accepted as Labiostrombus Oostingh, 1925 (Invalid: junior homonym of Gallinula Brisson, 1760 [Aves]; Labiostrombus is a replacement name)
Genus Harpagus Vernus, 1892 accepted as Harpago Mörch, 1852
Genus Hawaiistrombus Bandel, 2007 accepted as Canarium Schumacher, 1817
Genus Latissistrombus Bandel, 2007 accepted as Sinustrombus Bandel, 2007
Genus Macrostrombus Petuch, 1994 accepted as Lobatus Swainson, 1837
Genus Millepes Mörch, 1852 accepted as Lambis Röding, 1798
Genus Ministrombus Bandel, 2007 accepted as Dolomena Wenz, 1940
Genus Monodactylus Mörch, 1852 accepted as Euprotomus Gill, 1870 (Invalid: junior homonym of Monodactylus Lacépède, 1802 [Pisces])
Genus Neodilatilabrum Dekkers, 2008 accepted as Margistrombus Bandel, 2007 (objective synonym of Margistrombus)
Genus Pterocera Lamarck, 1799 accepted as Lambis Röding, 1798 (junior objective synonym of Lambis)
Genus Pteroceras as of Link, 1807 accepted as Lambis Röding, 1798 (incorrect subsequent spelling of Pterocera)
Genus Pyramis Röding, 1798 accepted as Strombus Linnaeus, 1758
Genus Solidistrombus Dekkers, 2008 accepted as Sinustrombus Bandel, 2007
Genus Strombella Schlüter, 1838 accepted as Strombus Linnaeus, 1758 (junior objective synonym of Strombus)
Genus Strombidea Swainson, 1840 accepted as Canarium Schumacher, 1817
Genus Thetystrombus Dekkers, 2008 accepted as Persististrombus Kronenberg & H. G. Lee, 2007
Genus Titanostrombus Petuch, 1994 accepted as Lobatus Swainson, 1837
marine
Not documented
Taxonomy For a long time, strombids have been classified in just two genera, Strombus and Lambis. However, the family Strombidae has...  
Taxonomy For a long time, strombids have been classified in just two genera, Strombus and Lambis. However, the family Strombidae has a very long fossil record, and there is evidence from molecular phylogenies (Latiolais et al. 2006) and the fossil record (e.g., Bandel 2007) that the subdivision of Strombus into discrete genera is justified. WoRMS thus follows here a modern approach to strombid taxonomy that contrasts with many traditional treatments in collectors guides and websites. [Philippe Bouchet, 13 March 2011] [details]
MolluscaBase (2018). Strombidae Rafinesque, 1815. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=23123 on 2018-12-12
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taxonomy source Liverani V. (2014) The superfamily Stromboidea. Addenda and corrigenda. In: G.T. Poppe, K. Groh & C. Renker (eds), <i>A conchological iconography</i>. pp. 1-54, pls 131-164. Harxheim: Conchbooks.  [details]   

additional source Bouchet P. & Rocroi J.-P. (2005). Classification and nomenclator of gastropod families. <i>Malacologia</i>. 47(1-2): 1-397 ISBN 3-925919-72-4. [details]   

additional source Kronenberg G.C. & Lee H.G. (2007). Genera of American strombid gastropods (Gastropoda: Strombidae) and remarks on their phylogeny. <em>The Veliger.</em> 49(4): 256-264., available online at https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/134679#page/280/mode/1up [details]   

additional source Bandel K. (2007) About the larval shell of some Stromboidea, connected to a review of the classification and phylogeny of the Strombimorpha (Caenogastropoda). <i>Freiberger Forschungshefte, ser. C</i> 524: 97-206. [details]   

ecology source Robertson, R.:. (1961). The feeding of <i>Strombus </i>and related herbivorous marine gastropods: with a review and field observations. <em>Notulae Naturae.</em> 343: 1-9., available online at https://books.google.com/books?id=uqc0n-VD_KkC [details]   
 
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Taxonomy For a long time, strombids have been classified in just two genera, Strombus and Lambis. However, the family Strombidae has a very long fossil record, and there is evidence from molecular phylogenies (Latiolais et al. 2006) and the fossil record (e.g., Bandel 2007) that the subdivision of Strombus into discrete genera is justified. WoRMS thus follows here a modern approach to strombid taxonomy that contrasts with many traditional treatments in collectors guides and websites. [Philippe Bouchet, 13 March 2011] [details]
 



LanguageName 
English true conchsconchsconch shells  [details]
German FlügelschneckenFechterschnecken  [details]
Japanese ソデボラ/スイショウガイ  [details]