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Atys angustatus E. A. Smith, 1872

238366  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:238366)

accepted
Species
marine
Smith, E. A. (1872). Remarks on several species of Bullidae, with descriptions of some hitherto undescribed forms and of a new species of <i>Planaxis</i>. <em>Annals and Magazine of Natural History.</em> ser. 4, 9: 344-355., available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/16086217
page(s): 346 [details]   
Type locality contained in Gulf of Suez  
type locality contained in Gulf of Suez [details]
Taxonomy This species was considered as a synonym of Volvulella ovulina (A. Adams, 1850) by Higo, Callomon & Goto (2001), but...  
Taxonomy This species was considered as a synonym of Volvulella ovulina (A. Adams, 1850) by Higo, Callomon & Goto (2001), but recorded as a valid species and an Indo-Pacific immigrant in the Mediterranean by van Aartsen & Goud (2006). Cachia & Mifsud (2007) considered that Mediterranean records are based on the native Atys macandrewi (Smith, 1872), but this is rebutted by Micali et al. (2016) who report both species broadly sympatric in the Eastern Mediterranean.  [details]
MolluscaBase eds. (2023). MolluscaBase. Atys angustatus E. A. Smith, 1872. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=238366 on 2023-02-01
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2007-03-25 20:20:03Z
created
2013-07-28 08:25:54Z
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2015-12-22 11:56:38Z
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2016-02-29 18:45:18Z
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original description Smith, E. A. (1872). Remarks on several species of Bullidae, with descriptions of some hitherto undescribed forms and of a new species of <i>Planaxis</i>. <em>Annals and Magazine of Natural History.</em> ser. 4, 9: 344-355., available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/16086217
page(s): 346 [details]   

basis of record van Aartsen, J. J.; Goud, J. (2006). Indo-Pacific migrants into the Mediterranean. 3. <i>Atys angustatus</i> Smith, 1872 (Gastropoda, Opisthobranchia). <em>Basteria.</em> 70: 29-31., available online at https://natuurtijdschriften.nl/pub/597309 [details]   

additional source Higo, S., Callomon, P. & Goto, Y. (2001) Catalogue and Bibliography of the Marine Shell-Bearing Mollusca of Japan. Gastropoda Bivalvia Polyplacophora Scaphopoda Type Figures. Elle Scientific Publications, Yao, Japan, 208 pp.
page(s): 139; note: treated as a synonym of Rhizorus ovulinus (A. Adams, 1850) bt this is rebutted in Micali et al. (2016) [details]   

additional source Albano, P. G.; Steger, J.; Bakker, P. A. J.; Bogi, C.; BoĆĄnjak, M.; Guy-Haim, T.; Huseyinoglu, M. F.; LaFollette, P. I.; Lubinevsky, H.; Mulas, M.; Stockinger, M.; Azzarone, M.; Sabelli, B. (2021). Numerous new records of tropical non-indigenous species in the Eastern Mediterranean highlight the challenges of their recognition and identification. <em>ZooKeys.</em> 1010: 1-95., available online at https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.1010.58759
page(s): 57-58 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

status source Micali P., Bogi C. & Galil B.S. (2016). On the occurrence of <i>Atys angustatus</i> E. A. Smith, 1872 and <i>Atys macandrewii</i> E. A. Smith, 1872 (Cephalaspidea: Haminoeidae) in the Mediterranen Sea. <em>Iberus.</em> 34(1): 49-53., available online at https://zenodo.org/record/4603230 [details]   

status source Cachia C. & Mifsud C. (2007). On the occurrence of <i>Atys macandrewii</i> E.A. Smith, 1872 (Gastropoda: Haminoeidae) in the Mediterranean. <i>Iberus 25(1)</i>: 43-48 [details]   
 
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Taxonomy This species was considered as a synonym of Volvulella ovulina (A. Adams, 1850) by Higo, Callomon & Goto (2001), but recorded as a valid species and an Indo-Pacific immigrant in the Mediterranean by van Aartsen & Goud (2006). Cachia & Mifsud (2007) considered that Mediterranean records are based on the native Atys macandrewi (Smith, 1872), but this is rebutted by Micali et al. (2016) who report both species broadly sympatric in the Eastern Mediterranean.  [details]