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Bela decussata (Couthouy, 1839)

862980  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:862980)

 unaccepted
Species
marine
(of Pleurotoma decussata Couthouy, 1839) Couthouy J. P. (1839). Monograph on the family Osteodesmacea of Deshayes, with remarks on two species of Patelloidea, and descriptions of new species of marine shells, a species of <i>Anculotus</i>, and one of <i>Eolis</i>. <i>Boston Journal of Natural History</i>, 2: 129-189, pl. 4., available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/32266787
page(s): 183; pl. 4 fig. 8 [details]   
Homonymy Bela decussata(Couthouy, 1839) [now Curtitoma decussata] was originally described as Pleurotoma decussatum. Bela decussata...  
Homonymy Bela decussata(Couthouy, 1839) [now Curtitoma decussata] was originally described as Pleurotoma decussatum. Bela decussata (Locard, 1892) was originally described as Raphitoma decussatum. They are neither primary homonyms, nor currently secondary homonyms. [details]
MolluscaBase (2019). MolluscaBase. Bela decussata (Couthouy, 1839). Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=862980 on 2019-07-19
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original description  (of Pleurotoma decussata Couthouy, 1839) Couthouy J. P. (1839). Monograph on the family Osteodesmacea of Deshayes, with remarks on two species of Patelloidea, and descriptions of new species of marine shells, a species of <i>Anculotus</i>, and one of <i>Eolis</i>. <i>Boston Journal of Natural History</i>, 2: 129-189, pl. 4., available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/32266787
page(s): 183; pl. 4 fig. 8 [details]   
From editor or global species database
Homonymy Bela decussata(Couthouy, 1839) [now Curtitoma decussata] was originally described as Pleurotoma decussatum. Bela decussata (Locard, 1892) was originally described as Raphitoma decussatum. They are neither primary homonyms, nor currently secondary homonyms. [details]