Oliva concinna Marrat, 1870 | LIVCM.17.6.1875 [436] | Mollusca Types in Great Britain
Type Specimen

Oliva concinna Marrat, 1870
Lectotype

Tursch, B. & Greifeneder, D. 1996. The Oliva miniacea complex with the descrption of a familiar, unnamed species (Studies on Olividae. 25). Apex (now Novapex). 11(1). pp.1-49. 6 [22; pl.1; figs.7] [Type Designation]
Current name: Oliva irisans Lamarck, 1811 [source: MolluscaBase]
Classification: Gastropoda : Neogastropoda : Olivoidea : Olividae
Type Status: Lectotype [Verified - Anna Holmes ]
Collection: National Museums Liverpool (Marrat Oliva Collection)
Catalogue No.: LIVCM.17.6.1875 [436]
No. specimens: 2 (only 1 is this species - see notes below)
Type Locality: New Caledonia [New Caledonia]
Collecting details: Marrat
Notes
Tursch & Greifeneder 1996 report that the type lot consists of 2 species: spec of fig 101 (right shell of image herewith) is O. miniacea tremulina. The other specimen belongs to another species not yet described at the time. They herein select it as the lectotype of O. concinna (left shell of image herewith). Within this paper they figure the other specimen not designated as lectotype on pl 3 fig 4 (fig 101 Thesaurus Conchyliorum). Marrat handwritten label 'OLIVA concinna Marrat'
References

References are listed in chronological order. References containing the "Original Description" or "Type Designation" of Oliva concinna Marrat, 1870 are highlighted in red.

Marrat F.P. 1870. A monograph of the genus Oliva. part 29. Thesaurus Conchyliorum (G. B. Sowerby II ed.,). pls.1-14. figs.1-211 [13; pl.7; figs.100, 101] [Figured]
Ford, W.K. 1953. Notes by J.R. le B. Tomlin, M.A. on Marrat's Species of Oliva. North Western Naturalist. September. pp.442-449 [444] [Cited]
McMillan, N. F. 1985. Frederick Price Marrat 'Conchologist etc'. Merseyside County Museums Occasional Papers. 3. pp.34 [18] [Cited]
Tursch, B. & Greifeneder, D. 1996. The Oliva miniacea complex with the descrption of a familiar, unnamed species (Studies on Olividae. 25). Apex (now Novapex). 11(1). pp.1-49. 6 [22; pl.1; figs.7] [Figured] [Cited] [Type Designation]
Tursch, B. & Greifeneder, D. 2001. Oliva shells. The genus Oliva and the Species problem. L'Informatore Piceno, Italy. pp.570. 48 [439; pl.T-13; figs.6] [Figured] [Cited]
Specimen Data
Point Locality: New Caledonia
Continent: Australia
Country: New Caledonia
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Water Body: Pacific Ocean
Sea Area.: SW Pacific
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Ex. Collector: Marrat
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