Strophiops agricola Maynard and Clapp in Maynard, 1919
"The first usage of the binomen Strophiops agricola appeared in Maynard, 1919c:figs. 35 C, D; p. 64, in a discussion of the occasional appearance of a tooth like concretion along the shell margin. The caption to the figures, which illustrate the malformed aperture of a specimen (fig. 35C) as well as an enlargement of the concretion (fig. 35D), reads "S. agricola M & C.," establishing the authorship of the taxon as Maynard and Clapp in Maynard. The association of a new species group name with an illustration of the taxon being named prior to 1931 makes the name Strophiops agricola Maynard and Clapp in Maynard, 1919c:figs. 35 C, D, available (Article 12.2.7, ICZN, 1999:17) prior to the intended description of this species (Maynard, 1924c:1). The name was next used in the caption to illustrations (Maynard, 1920d:pl. 22, figs. 6,7) published four years before the intended description." Harasewych et al. (2007:445-446)
"24 a. S. AGRICOLA.
Differs from S. cervina which it somewhat resembles in being smaller, 1.15 by .40. in having the undertinting buff-white. the mottlings decidedly reddish. and the overlying glaucous washing absent. Occurs scatteringly on Farmer's Key which lies about a mile southwest of the southern end of Great Guana Key, Exuma Group. Only 80 collected." (Maynard, 1924: 1)