Cerion kralendijki H.B.Baker, 1924
Cerion uva bonairensis form kralendijki
H. B. Baker, 1924:106, pl. 21.
"Station B1. South of Kralendijk (B; L68° 16.68', 120 8.08').27 The southern shore of Bonaire exposes extensive stretches of bare, recent limestone rock (fig. vi-15). Numerous sink-holes show the presence of fresh and brackish water a short distance below the surface; as a result, the vegetation is fresh and verdant, wherever it is sufficiently protected from the dry winds (fig. vi-16). Most of the shells come from along the highway near the western shore." (H. B. Baker, 1924:27).
The type specimen was identified in the caption to plate 21[Pl. 21, fig. A2]
Bon-2 USNM 1156516, Vacant lot SW of Airport, S of Kralendijk, Bonaire, Bonaire, Dutch West Indies
[12° 7.12' N, 68° 17.17' W].
On cactus fence. USNM 1156516, specimens A-J are DNA sequence vouchers. Daniel Keil! June 24, 2011
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