Buliminus labiellus var. strophostoma Ancey, 1886 | NMW.1955.158.24162 | Mollusca Types in Great Britain
Type Specimen

Buliminus labiellus var. strophostoma Ancey, 1886
Syntype(s) (possible)

Ancey, C. M. F. 1886c. Essai monographique sur les Buliminus de l'Asie centrale Russe et de l'Afghanistan. Bulletins de la Societe Malacologique de France. 3. pp.15-64 [23] [Original Description] [Type Designation]
Current name: Subzebrinus labiellus (Martens, 1881)
Classification: Gastropoda : Stylommatophora : Enoidea : Enidae
Type Status: Syntype(s) (possible) [Verified - Harriet Wood ]
Collection: Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, Cardiff (Melvill-Tomlin)
Catalogue No.: NMW.1955.158.24162
No. specimens: 1 sh (Dry)
Type Locality: ...la partie orientale du Turkistan Russe [Uzbekistan]
Collecting details: C. M. F. Ancey; P. Dautzenberg?; J. R. le B. Tomlin (1919)
Notes
Possible Syntypes:- NMW.1955.158.24162 1 spec. (e); RBINS.10591 1 spec. (e) Type evidence: The NMW lot has a label which we tentatively consider to be Dautzenberg’s. Tomlin has written that it is ex Ancey and it bears the type locality; Geret’s sales list confirms that a specimen went to Tomlin. The RBINS lot has a Dautzenberg, Geret ex Ancey label also bearing the type locality. There is another label of unknown provenance, which could either be Ancey or Geret. Neither have type written on them.
References

References are listed in chronological order. References containing the "Original Description" or "Type Designation" of Buliminus labiellus var. strophostoma Ancey, 1886 are highlighted in red.

Ancey, C. M. F. 1886c. Essai monographique sur les Buliminus de l'Asie centrale Russe et de l'Afghanistan. Bulletins de la Societe Malacologique de France. 3. pp.15-64 [23] [Original Description] [Type Designation]
Wood, H. & Gallichan, J. 2008. The New Molluscan Names of César-Marie-Felix Ancey including illustrated type material from the National Museum of Wales. Studies in Biodiversity and Systematics of Terrestrial Organisms from the National Museum of Wales. Biotir Reports 3. pp.i-vi, 1-162. 26 pls [85; pl. 6, fig. 8, viii] [Cited] [Figured]
Kantor, Y. I., Vinarski, M. V., Schileyko, A. A. & Sysoev, A. V. 2010. Catalogue of the continental mollusks of Russia and adjacent territories. Ruthenica. Available from: http://www.ruthenica.com/documents/Continental_Russian_molluscs_ver2-3-1.pdf. [Accessed: ] [165] [Nomenclature]
Specimen Data
Point Locality: Khokand
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Country: Uzbekistan
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Ex. Collector: C. M. F. Ancey; P. Dautzenberg?; J. R. le B. Tomlin (1919)
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Curatorial Contact

Harriet Wood
Collection Manager: Mollusca
Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales, Cardiff
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