Marginella eveleighi Tomlin & Shackleford, 1913 | NMW.1955.158.01091 | Mollusca Types in Great Britain
Type Specimen

Marginella eveleighi Tomlin & Shackleford, 1913
Holotype

Tomlin, J. R. le B. & Shackleford, L. J. 1913a. Descriptions of two new species of Marginella from San Thomé Island. . Journal of Conchology. 14(1). pp.11. pl. 1, figs 1-2, 5-6 [11; pl. 1, figs 5-6] [Original Description] [Type Designation]
Current name: Glabella tyermani (Marrat, 1876)
Classification: Gastropoda : Neogastropoda : Muricoidea : Marginellidae
Type Status: Holotype [Verified - Harriet Wood ]
Collection: Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, Cardiff (Melvill-Tomlin)
Catalogue No.: NMW.1955.158.01091
No. specimens: 1 (Dry shells)
Type Locality: Sao Thomé Island, Gulf of Guinea. Scarce in coral gravel. [Sao Tome and Principe]
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Notes
Tomlin & Shackleford, 1913 do not indicate a unique type on p.11 but on p. 43 of the same volume they explicitly refer to the type being in his collection: “Type of M. liparozona in coll. Tomlin, as are also those of M. eveleighi T & S (pl. i., f. 5, 6), and M. melvilli T. & S. (pl. i., 1, 2).” Tomlin & Shackleford, 1913: “Shell named after the Rev. G. S. C. Eveleigh, of St Vincent, C.V., who has rendered us good service in getting West African material.”
References

References are listed in chronological order. References containing the "Original Description" or "Type Designation" of Marginella eveleighi Tomlin & Shackleford, 1913 are highlighted in red.

Tomlin, J. R. le B. & Shackleford, L. J. 1913a. Descriptions of two new species of Marginella from San Thomé Island. . Journal of Conchology. 14(1). pp.11. pl. 1, figs 1-2, 5-6 [11; pl. 1, figs 5-6] [Cited] [Figured] [Original Description] [Type Designation]
Tomlin, J. R. le B. & Shackleford, L. J. 1913b. Descriptions of new species of Marginella and Mucronalia from Sao Thomé. . Journal of Conchology. 14(2). pp.43. pl. 1, figs 3, -4, 7-8 [43] [Cited]
Tomlin, J. R. le B. 1917. A systematic list of the Marginellidae. . Proceedings of the Malacological Society of London. 12(5). pp.242-306 [265] [Cited]
Trew, A. 1990. John R. le B. Tomlin’s New Molluscan Names. National Museum of Wales, Cardiff. pp.1-101 [48] [Cited]
McGhie, H. A. 2008. Catalogue of type specimens of molluscs in the collection of The Manchester Museum, The University of Manchester, UK. ZooKeys. 1. pp.1-46 [16] [Cited]
Specimen Data
Point Locality: Sao Thomé Island
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Country: Sao Tome and Principe
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Water Body: Tropical E. Atlantic.
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Curatorial Contact

Harriet Wood
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Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, Cardiff
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