Helix labiosa Montagu, 1803 | EXEMS Moll4210/1 | Mollusca Types in Great Britain
Type Specimen

Helix labiosa Montagu, 1803
Lectotype & Paralectotype(s)

Montagu, G. 1803b. Testacea Britannica or Natural History of British Shells, Marine, Land, and Fresh-water, Including the Most Minute: Systematically Arranged and Embellished with Figures (Vol. 2). J. White, London. pp.313 (293-606) [400-403; pl.13; figs.7] [Original Description]
Oliver, P.G. , Morgenroth, H. & Salvador, A. 2017. Type specimens of Mollusca described by Col. George Montagu in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter and the Natural History Museum, London. Zoosystematics and Evolution. 93(2). pp.363-412 [388; figs.38] [Type Designation]
Current name: Rissoa membranacaea (Adams, 1800)
Classification: Gastropoda : Littorinimorpha : Rissooidea : Rissoidae
Type Status: Lectotype & Paralectotype(s) [Verified - Graham Oliver ]
Collection: Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter (Montagu, Col. G.)
Catalogue No.: EXEMS Moll4210/1
No. specimens: 4sh
Type Locality: Falmouth, Devonshire, Biddeford, South Wales [United Kingdom]
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Notes
Lectotype selected by Verduin, 1982. Verduin, A. 1982. On the taxonomy and variability of recent European and North African marine species of Rissostomia ....... Basteria 45: 143-166 (see p. 160) Register states 4 on card many in box all 4210 Verduin has selected 4 shells from the box lot as labiosa with one as lectotype his figure 37. Can presume 3 others to be paralectotypes but Verduin does not state this. Of 4 on card one is labiosa but again not selected as paralectotype. Remainder from box are membranacea or unidentifiable Original reference: Montagu G 1803. Test. Brit. Part 2. p 400-403 Tab 13 fig 7
References

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Montagu, G. 1803b. Testacea Britannica or Natural History of British Shells, Marine, Land, and Fresh-water, Including the Most Minute: Systematically Arranged and Embellished with Figures (Vol. 2). J. White, London. pp.313 (293-606) [400-403; pl.13; figs.7] [Original Description] [Figured]
Oliver, P.G. , Morgenroth, H. & Salvador, A. 2017. Type specimens of Mollusca described by Col. George Montagu in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Exeter and the Natural History Museum, London. Zoosystematics and Evolution. 93(2). pp.363-412 [388; figs.38] [Type Designation]
Specimen Data
Point Locality: Falmouth, Devonshire, Biddeford, South Wales
Continent: Europe
Country: United Kingdom
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Holly Morgenroth
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