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Strophia floridanum Dall, 1890

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Synonymy

Strophia (anodonta var.?) floridana Dall, 1890:13, pl. 1, fig. 6.

Cerion (Eostrophia) anodonta var. floridanum Dall, 1915: 28-29, pl. 3, fig. 4.; Mansfield, 1937:70-71..

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Geographic Distribution: Florida.

Type Locality: “Silex bed,” Ballast Point, Tampa Bay, Florida. [27° 53.5' N, 82° 29.4' W]

Type Material: Holotype, USNM 111975.

Remarks

Dall (1915) repeated that this has the same number of whorls as the regular form [Cerion anodonta] but is shorter, stouter, with a relatively larger aperture.

Dall (1915) also named Microcerion floridanum, potentially a homonym.

 

Mansfield (1937) listed no additional records.

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