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Columbella garretti Tryon, 1883

519698  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:519698)

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Nomenclature Tryon established the name Columbella garretti as a replacement name for Citharopsis ornata Pease, 1868, by Tryon treated...  
Nomenclature Tryon established the name Columbella garretti as a replacement name for Citharopsis ornata Pease, 1868, by Tryon treated as a secondary homonym of Columbella ornata Ravenel, 1858. Under Art. 59.3 of the Code, "A junior secondary homonym replaced before 1961 is permanently invalid unless the substitute name is not in use and the relevant taxa are no longer considered congeneric, in which case the junior homonym is not to be rejected on grounds of that replacement." In the present case, the name Columbella garretti has not been used as the valid name after Tryon, and Pease and Ravenel's species are not considered to be congeneric. Zafra ornata (Pease, 1868) thus remains the valid name. [P. Bouchet, 15 Aug. 2011] [details]
MolluscaBase (2018). Columbella garretti Tryon, 1883. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=519698 on 2018-05-23
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basis of record Monsecour K. (2010). Checklist of Columbellidae. pers. com. [details]   
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Nomenclature Tryon established the name Columbella garretti as a replacement name for Citharopsis ornata Pease, 1868, by Tryon treated as a secondary homonym of Columbella ornata Ravenel, 1858. Under Art. 59.3 of the Code, "A junior secondary homonym replaced before 1961 is permanently invalid unless the substitute name is not in use and the relevant taxa are no longer considered congeneric, in which case the junior homonym is not to be rejected on grounds of that replacement." In the present case, the name Columbella garretti has not been used as the valid name after Tryon, and Pease and Ravenel's species are not considered to be congeneric. Zafra ornata (Pease, 1868) thus remains the valid name. [P. Bouchet, 15 Aug. 2011] [details]