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'Bu(Qt\ Begun VOLUME 113, NUMBER in APRIL 354 Neogene Paleontology in the The Superfamily Volutacea Northern Dominican Republic (in part) Emily H Yokes Paleontological Research Institution 1259 Trumansburg Road New York, 14850 U.S.A Ithaca, 1^ (Mollusca: Gastropoda) by V^ 1895 20, 1998 PALEONTOLOGICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTION Officers ' ' Constance M Soja President DONALD FlffSTV,VlCE-PRESIDENT L WOLBERG Shirley K Egan Henry W Theisen :SeCpftrt>l Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Director Howard P Hartnett Warren D Allmon Trustees Megan D Shay (to 6/30/99) Constance M Soja (to 6/30/97) Carlton E Brett (to 6/30/98) William L Crepet (to 6/30/00) J Thomas Dutro, Jr (to 6/30/99) Shirley K Egan (to 6/30/98) M G Harasewych (to 6/30/98) Howard P Hartnett (to 6/30/99) Harry G Lee (to 6/30/00) Amy McCune R Samuel T Edward Pees John C Steinmetz (to 6/30/97) Peter B Stifel (to 6/30/00) Henry Theisen (to 6/30/98) Mary Kane Trochim (to 6/30/98) W Gregory R Wahlman (to 6/30/99) Thomas C Whiteley (to 6/30/00) Donald L Wolberg (to 6/30/99) (to 6/30/00) (to 6/30/98) B Picou (to 6/30/98) Trustees Emeritus Harry A Leffingwell Robert M Linsley James E Sorauf Raymond Van Houtte William P S Ventress BULLETINS OF AMERICAN PALEONTOLOGY and PALAEONTOGRAPHICA AMERICANA Warren D Allmon Editor Reviewers for Gary Rosenberg Peter Jung A this issue may be had on request Volumes 1-23 of Bulletins of American Paleontology are available from Periodicals Service Company, 11 Main St., Germantown, New York 12526 USA Volume of Palaeontographica Americana has been reprinted by Johnson Reprint Corporation, 111 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10003 USA time, list of titles in both series, and available numbers and volumes Subscriptions to Bulletins of American Paleontology may be started at any by volume or year Current price is US $67.50 per volume Numbers of Palaeontographica Americana are priced individually, and are invoiced separately on request for additional information, write or call: Paleontological Research Institution 1259 Trumansburg Road Ithaca, NY 14850 USA (607) 273-6623 FAX (607) 273-6620 @ This paper meets the requirements of ANSI/NISO Z39.48-1992 (Permanence of Paper) >LUME LIBRARY 'DED 113, NUMBER 354 APRIL Neogene Paleontology in the The Superfamily Volutacea Northern Dominican Republic (in part) (Mollusca: Gastropoda) by Emily H Yokes Paleontological Research Institution 1259 Trumansburg Road New York, 14850 U.S.A Ithaca, 1^ 20, 1998 ISSN 0007-5779 ISBN 0-87710-445-X Lihmry of Congress Catalog Card Number: 97-75708 This publication is supported in part by a Corporate Membership from Exxon Exploration Company Printed in the United States of America Allen Press, Inc Lawrence KS 66044 U.S.A CONTENTS Page Ahsliacl Resumen Imroduclion Acknowledgments Biostratigraphy Paleoecology Systematic Paleontology Introduction Abbreviations for Repositories Systematics Family Volutidae Subfamily Scaphellinae Subfamily Lyriinae Family Harpidae 13 Subfamily Harpinae 13 Subtamily Moruminae 14 Family Turbinellidae Subfamily Turbinellinae Subfamily Vasinae 20 20 25 Appendix: Supplementary Locality Data 31 References Cited 32 Plates 39 Index 50 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Page ToM-ligure I Locality map for the sections measured and described by Saunders er al (1986) — NEOCENE PALEONTOLOGY IN THE NORTHERN DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 18 THE SUPERFAMILY VOLUTACEA (IN PART) (MOLLUSCA:GASTROPODA) Emily H Yokes Department of Geology Tulane University New Orleans, LA 70118, USA ABSTRACT This sliid) concerns a group of taxa formerly included columellar plications In all there are in the 19 species, divided Vasiim with six species, and Turbinella with four species 1; Lyria s.s — 3: Lyria lEnaefa) — 1: Harpa — 1; Monim s.s Superfamily Volutacea, most characterized by the presence of among eight genus-group taxa Numerically, the largest genera are The other groups include only — 1; and Morum (Oniscidiaj — few species each: Scaphella s.s Only one species Scaphella (Sca- a Gurabo Formation that represent deep-water deposition All others occur in shallowThe shallow-water portion of the Gurabo Formation contains the largest number of species in all; however, only two are confined to these beds, the others also occur in the other shallow-water tbrmaiions as well The slratigraphically older Baitoa Formation contains seven species, of which five are endemic (three certain and two presumed to be from the same unit) Although the Mao Formation is generally representative of extremely deep-water phella) striata (Gabb) occurs in beds of the water beds, often in association with coralline facies deposition, five species occur in gravity-flow deposits of shallow material into the deeper beds Fourteen of the species were described from the Dominican Republic by Sowerby Gabb, and others; two are new fauna (one to the known previously only from the Chipola Fomiation, and one known previously only from the Recent of the Caribbean); and three are new species: Lyria gabbi from the Baitoa Formation; Turbinella pilsbryi from unnamed beds of Cercado age; and T praetextilis, from the shallow-water Gurabo Formation RESUMEN Este estudio trata un grupo de taxa previamente inclui'dos en presencia de pliegues columelares En total la Superfamilia Volutacea caracterizada principalmente por la hay 19 especies divididas en ocho taxa al nivel generico Los generos mas niimero de especies son Vasiim seis especies y Turbinella cuatro especies Los otros generos incluyen solamente unas pocas especies cada uno: Scaphella s.s 1; Lyria s.s 1; Morum (Oniscidia) 3; Lyria (Enaeta) 1; Harpa 1; Morum s.s — — — — — — Solamente una especies, Scaphella (Scaphella) striata (Gabb), ocurre en los estratos de la Formacion Gurabo representativa de deposiciones de aguas profundas Todas las otras ocurren en estratos de aguas bajas, frecuencia en asociacion faces en total; sin embargo, coralinas La porcion de aguas bajas de la Foimacion Gurabo contiene la mayori'a de las especies, solamente dos se limitan a estos estratos las otros tambien ocurren en las otras formaciones La Formacion Baitoa, estratigrafiendemicas (tres certeza dos que se presume sean de camenle mas antigua contiene siete especies de las cuales cinco son y la misma unidad) encuentran alli Aunque la Formacion Mao generalmente representa deposiciones de aguas extremadamente profundas se mas profundos debido a corrientes de gravedad cinco especies en depositos de material de aguas bajas en estratos como la Repilblica Dominicana por Sowerby, Gabb, y otros; dos son Formacion Chipola, y otra previamente conocida solo del Reciente del Caribe); y tres son especies nuevas: Lyria gabbi de la Formacion Baitoa; Turbinella pilsbryi de estratos sin nombre de la edad de Cercado; y T praetextilis de las aguas bajas de la Formacion Gurabo Catorce de estas especies fueron descritas nuevas a la provenientes de fauna (una previamente conocida solo de la INTRODUCTION the stratigraphy and paleontology up to the present se- ries The paleontology of Dominican Renumber of papers, the northern public has been the subject of a beginning with G.B Sowerby "s (1850) study of the material collected by T.S Heneken, a British Army This was followed by W.M Gabb (1873), whose material was reworked by Pilsbry and Johnson officer (1917), who named certain of his undescribed mate- (1922) illustrated most of the Gabb 1916 Carlotta Maury mounted an expedition to the Dominican Republic, which resulted in the publication of the most complete study (1917) of rial; later Pilsbry Collection In Beginning in 1976, Harold E Yokes and I spent a considerable amount of time (some seven months in all) collecting thereafter, in the Dominican the Naturhistorisches their fossil fauna Shortly 1978, Peter Jung and John Saunders, of Museum, Basel, embarked upon major assault on the stratigraphy of this enticing area Soon we combined collaboration forces and the results of this now have been documented of publications, the first being Saunders in a series et al (1986), wherein the framework of the stratigraphy, measured Bulletin 354 Text-figure same — Locality map measured and described by Saunders et al (1986) The TU collections were made Appendix of that work for a complete description of all Tulane localities for the sections areas but in intervening areas, also See sections (see Text-fig 1), localities, including those tion, the and maps of of the all collecting Maury 1916 expedi- United States Geological Survey's 1919 ex- USGS), the Basel team (shown as and the Vokes's collections (shown as TU) The history and philosophy of all of these various collecting ventures has been discussed at length in a study of the Dominican Muricidae (Yokes, 1989), and they will not be repeated here The reader is referred to Saunders et al (1986) for detailed information on the various localities mentioned in the text below pedition (shown as NMB) One work of the principal purposes of our original field in the Dominican Republic was to localize, geo- and stratigraphically, the many species originally described as coming from simply "Santo Domingo." In most cases we believe that we can now say with a fair degree of certainty a given species was graphically Project (Turbinella: Yokes, 1964; Vasum: in Yokes, my 1966; Lyria: Hoerle and Yokes, 1978) and these grati- who provided specimens and other assistance for these previous studies must be carried fortude to persons ward to the present Certainly, principal among the "pre-Dominican Project" help would be the late L.R Cox, British Museum (Natural History) (now the Natural History Museum, London), who provided photomany of which are graphs of the Heneken material, used in this paper for the first time, and Horace G phia, Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelwho loaned many Vasum specimens from the Gabb Collection In a inore recent time frame, deepest Richards, gratitude is extended Naturhistorisches to Peter Museum, Jung and John Saunders, Basel, of the material studied, and who collected much who origi- in particular, where there was no type Arroyo Hondo and Lopez localities assumed to be the source of much of Gabb's material To the more current personnel at the Acad- original author, emy originally collected at a particular locality Therefore, Tulane locality locality mentioned by the have restricted the type locality to a number I be impossible of this much to single out larger project, everyone who of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (Gary Rosen- David G Robinson Elena Benamy), the United R Waller, it would has provided some way during the years we were colin the Dominican Republic In addition, parts particular study long precede the Dominican assistance in lecting part of a berg, Museum Wanen Blow, States National ACKNOWLEDGMENTS As a small nally located the that are the Paleontological of Natural History (Thomas the late Joseph Rosewater), Research Institution (Warren D Allmon), and the Natural History Museum, London (Patrick Nuttall, L.R.M Cocks, Paul Jeffery), I am grateful for the loan of specimens, hospitality in their institutions, and other less tangible means of assis- Dominican Volutacea: Yokes tance Alan G Beu New Zealand Institute of Geologand Nuclear Sciences, was most helpful with the Moruminae Eugenio de Jesus Marcano, Santo Domingo Dominican Republic, provided locality information and fossil specimens from his personal collection Emilio Garcia Lafayette, Louisiana, and Kevan and Linda Sunderland Sunrise, Florida, kindly loaned or donated comparative Recent material And last, but far from least, I must acknowledge the people of the Cibao Valley, Dominican Republic, who helped collect so much placed by the even younger (Upper Pliocene) and ical much of the material closely related living forms in this study BIOSTRATIGRAPHY The Neogene strata in the northern Dominican Re- public have been covered extensively in the previous studies and a brief summary will suffice here The ear- beds are those of the Baitoa Formation, which occur only in the vicinity of the type locality, where they rest upon the upturned strata of the Oligocene Tabera Formation (see Yokes, 1979, text-fig 2; Saunders et al 1986, text-fig 28) On the basis of the liest ostracode fauna Bold (1988, p 11), has dated the Bai- Neogene Zones N.7-10, or upper Lower Miocene The Baitoa was deposited in shallow water with gravel and coral boulders mixed in with the toa Formation as mollusks (see Yokes, 1979, text-fig 1) Elsewhere the basal beds of the Neogene consist of the Bulla Conglomerate, resting the unconformably upon Mesozoic basement, and containing large granitic Mao deeper-water Mao Formation In the uppermost is a melange of gravslumps with shallow-water mollusks and gravel, signaling the beginning of the uplift that has brought all of these strata to a position several hundred meters above sea level today beds of the Formation there ity PALEOECOLOGY On by analogy with Yokes (1989, p 21) determined that the Baitoa and the Cercado formations were deposited in water depths of to 20 meters, and the shallower portions of the Gurabo Formation, including the coralline beds, in depths of about 20 to 50 meters The moderately deep portions of the Gurabo Formation were deposited in depths of 50 to 150 meters, and the deepest portions of the Gurabo in 150 to 350 meters The Mao Formation is thought, on the basis of planktic foraminifera, to have been deposited in water depths exceeding 350 meters The mollusks the basis of the muricid fauna, study agree with this previous assess- in the present ment SYSTEMATIC PALEONTOLOGY Introduction In the various genera presented in this study hampered by may we are the fact that the majority of the species not have closely related living relatives either in boulders that mark the shoreline of the Late Miocene the western Atlantic, or marine transgression The Bulla Conglomerate rapidly grades upward into a marine facies known as the Cercado Formation, which is clearly very shallow water, with smaller boulders mixed in among the beautifully preserved molluscan shells Gradually, as one moves both away from the shoreline and up in time, the faunas indicate deepening water These deeper beds have been named the Gurabo Formation The nature of these two "formations" has been the subject of much discussion, and it is my con- ilar anywhere else The most simappearing species often prove to be only distantly related and so the inferences about ecologic conditions are largely guesswork Nevertheless, there is a certain amount of information that may be extrapolated from the living faunas The synonymies presented here are as complete as possible and comparisons have been sought where they may be found The only terms that might be con- fusing to the reader are "non." which implies a senior homonym that preoccupies the taxon in question, vs clusion that there are two distinct lithologic units in- "not," which refers to a misidentification on the part volved, the Cercado being a coarse, highly fossilifer- of the author being cited In addition to the bibliographic references the orig- ous sand and the Gurabo a fine siltstone, with scattered fossils The contact is indeed gradational and there is some debate as to where the exact break should be placed Nevertheless, at most localities there is no doubt as to whether one is in the Cercado or the Gur- abo facies The time-line between the Late Miocene and the Early Pliocene has been placed by Saunders et al 1986, p 19) at the point where the Gurabo Formation shows a marked deepening, which they attrib( inal description is also included, as the wording given by the original author provides a special insight into the understanding of the species as originally con- ceived Although with the new work of species have been provided some cases I a previous author can be not feel that improved upon and so these are provided instead of a new description Repository Abbreviations ute to a rise in sea-level at the onset of the Pliocene Through the Early Pliocene the waters continue to deepen until the Gurabo Formation gradually is re- many descriptions, in ANSP Academy phia, PA, of Natural Sciences of Philadel- USA Bulletin 354 BMNH Museum Natural History [British Museum (Natural History)], London, England, MCZ Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard MA, USA University, Cambridge, NMB UK Naturhistorisches Museum, Basel, Switzer- land PRI TU USA Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, USA United States National Museum of Natural History, Washington, DC, USA USNM Systematics VOLUTACEA Superfamily — era possessing columellar plications, The present study comprises is a which are not being treated a useful still number of nu- merically small families, once included tacea, in other in the Volu- monographs in this series (e.g Olividae, Marginellidae, Mitridae) Once ily also considered a part of the Volutacea, the Cancellariidae is now Fam- the sole family in the super- family Cancellarioidea and already has been mono- graphed by Jung and Clenchina in the synonymy of Scaphella I cannot dahrni and gauldiana All of the other taxa that have been assigned to the synonymy of accept the VOLUTIDAE Rafinesque, 1815 SCAPHELLINAE Adams and Adams, genus Scaphella and/or Clenchina are marked by spiral rows of intense brown dots; only S gauldiana lacks these dots, although it may sometimes develop faint spiral bands (see Clench, 1946, pi 30, fig 3; Abbott, 1974, pi 10, fig 2663; Abbott and Dance, 1982, p The 224) morphology overall shell Swainson Swainson, 1832 first Therefore, weak I consider Type species 804, by — Valuta 143 — is junaiiia 19.'i,3 This is the single extremely close to striata Gabb 1873 p , figure S gaul- 219; Guppy 1876, Aurinia striata (Gabb) Pilsbry 1922 Lamarck, 804, by type); Ramirez 19.50 p 25 pi axial 339, fig 9; p .^28 88 p pi 22, 19.56 p nodes per whorl fig (lecto- 12 about 20-25 at shoulder of two strong columellar Original descriptian "Two very young third to fifth whorls; dohnii Sowerby, 1903, by p — Elongate Scaphella with markedly pinched p original designation Subgenus Plate Scapha Diagnosis Clenchina Pilsbry and Olsson s.s Dominican fauna because Scaphella (Aiirinia?) striata (Gabb) Dall 1890 — Valuta be a valid spe- to diana original designation Type species gauldiana S Scaphella (Scaphella) striata (Gabb, 1873) Type species jiinonia Lamarck, subsequent designation Gray, 1847 p gauldiana S plicae in the adult shell assigned to the subgenus Scaphella cies, 18,^2 pi 87 — Valuta Maciilopephim Dall 1906a shoulder at the few teleoconch whorls, but S dahrni is a more elongate shell Both S dahrni and S flarida (Clench and Aguayo, 1940), which has the greatest morphological resemblance to S gauldiana have three for the species of volute present Scaplii'lla similar, with is both species developing strong nodes relevant to the 1858 SCAPHELLA S or four strong coluinellar plications but Petit (1990) Family Genus stating s.s, between Scaphella with a central radular tooth having no small basal cusps, and Clenchina with the central radular tooth having minute accessory cusps, were so minor that "the genus-group Clenchina is of questionable taxonomic value." There seems little doubt that Emerson and Old are the supposed radular differences has only two Subfamily V coiTect in their evaluation of Clenchina, but Ratinesque, 1815 Remarks Although the Superfamily Volutacea has been subsumed into a larger group entitled "Superfamily Muricoidea" by Ponder and Waren (1988, p 304), the Volutacea, originally proposed for those genconcept V gauldiana Emerson and Old (1979, p 11) accepted Abbott's synonymy of the various species but placed that Paleontological Research Institution, Ithaca, NY, 244) accepted the subgenus Clenchina but placed dahrni (and several other taxa) in the synonymy of — plications shells, ev- idently of this genus, occur in the collection, and SCAPHELLA venture to s.s Remarks Although Clench (1946, p 55) placed Valuta dahrni Sowerby, 1903, and V gauldiana Dall, 1887, in the subgenus Scaphella (Aurinia) Adams and Adams, 1853, in a subsequent study of the radulae of the American volutes, Pilsbry and Olsson (1953) separated these species into a new subgenus they named Clenchina (type species: V dohmi) Abbott (1974, p tion name them Although the I despite their immature condi- largest is barely over an inch long, they have both lost their nuclei and have the usual prominent but blunt apices The larger is elongate, rather slender, the shoulder bears a series of short lat- compressed nodes which form a coronated ansuture is well marked and the whole surface is crossed by fine revolving striae Below the angle, the sides are nearly straight and narrow sinuously in erally gle The Bulletins of American Paleontology, Volume 113 Plate Dominican Volutacea: Yokes 45 Explanation of Plate Page 24 Figure — I Turhinella pnielaevigata Yokes Gurabo, Cercado Fonnation, PRI X b Abapertural view X I PRI 45260 (hypotype) Ri'o Gurabo, Cercado Fonnation, view to show nodules, X I'/j PRI 45261 (hypotype) Rio Mao, Gurabo Formation, 4.'S259 (hypolype) Ri'o TU locality 1379 Height 129.5 mm, diameter 54.5 mm a Apertural view X locality locality TU TU 1419 Height 103.4 (incomplete), diameter 44.2 1293 Height 94.8 mm, diameter 35.4 mm mm Interior Abapertural view, PRI 45262 (hypotype) Rio Gurabo, Cercado Formation, locality TU 1379 Height 28.1 mm, diameter 1.0 mm Apertural view Bulletin 354 46 Explanation of Plate Page Figure \ Turbinella textilis (Guppy) 24 PRI 45263 (hypotype) Bowden, Jamaica, Bowden Formation, view, X 2, Turbinella praelextilis new locality TU 705 Height 32.8 mm, diameter 16.8 mm Abapertural species PRI 45264 (holotype) Rfo Gurabo, Gurabo Formation, locality TU 1278 Height 122.5 mm, diameter 47.5 mm a Abapertural view, X b Interior view to show nodules, X Wi c Early whorls, x BMNH GG 20213 (paratype) (?)Rio Gurabo, (?)Gurabo Formation, exact locality unknown, ex Heneken Collection Height 142.8 mm, diameter 74.0 mm a Apertural view, x 3/4 b Abapertural view, x 3/4 23 Bulletins of American Paleontology, Volume 113 Plate Bulletins of American Paleontology, Volume 113 1b ^ Plate Dominican Volutacea: Yokes 47 Explanation of Plate Page Figure 1, Turhiiiella pilshryi new 23 species 2631 (holotype) (?)Rio Yaque del Norte, (?)unnamed formation, exact locality unknown, ex Gabb Collection Height 178 mm, diameter 77 mm a Apertural view X 3/4 b Abapertural view X 3/4 c Interior view to show nodules, x IV2 (incomplete), diameter PRI 45265 (paratype A) Rio Yaque del Norte, unnamed formation, locality TU 1445 Height 70.8 ANSP mm 52.5 mm (incomplete) Abapertural view, x I Bulletin 354 48 Explanation of Plate Page Figure 1, ANSP USNM X 2623 (lectotype) (?)Baitoa Formation, exact locality 263957 (hypotype) Farley Creek, Chipola Formation, X \V2 b Abapertural view, x TU 196 Height 33.5 mm, diameter 17.4 mm a Apertural 27 Vasum piignns Pilsbry and Johnson 2626 (holotype) (?)Baitoa Formation, exact Abapertural view, x I Vasum liiherculalwn locality 27 ANSP PRI 45266 (hypotype) Canada de Zamba Rio Cana X Abapertural view, X unknown Height 1 1.0 inm diameter 86.0 mm a Apertural view 3/4 area, Gurabo Formation, locality TU 1354 Height 36.8 mm, diameter 26.0 \Vi mm 20270 28 unknown, e\ Heneken Collection Height 78.7 mm diameter Natural History Museum, London (lectotype) (?)Baitoa Formation, exact locality Apertural view, X ; photograph courtesy of the PRI 45267 (hypotype) Tenmile Creek, Chipola Formation, view, x locality haitense (Sowerby) BMNH GG 74.9 2624 (holotype) (?)Baitoa Formation, exact 3/4 b Abapertural view, Vasum unknown, ex Gabb Collection Height 80.0 mm diameter 50.0 mm Gabb mm 6-8 locality \Vi ANSP unknown Height 60.0 mm, diameter 37.5 mm Apertural view, I view, 26 Vasum dominicense Gabb X PRI 45268 (hypotype) Santiago view, X locality TU 546 Height 35.0 mm, diameter 27.9 mm Abapertural 1250 Height 83.5 mm, diainetcr 75.0 mm Abapertural \Vi area, Gurabo Formation, locality TU Bulletins of American Paleontology, Volume 113 Plate Bulletins of American Paleontology, Volume 113 Plate 10 Dominican Volutacea: Yokes 49 Explanation of Plate 10 Page 29 Figure 1-6 Vasum aedificalum (Guppy) BMNH GG 33.3 mm locality unknown, ex Heneken Collection Height 62.6 mm diameter GG 20222 (paratype) (?)Gurabo Formation, exact locality unknown, ex Heneken Collection Height 72.1 mm diameter 46.3 mm Apertural view X 1; photograph courtesy of the Natural History Museum London PRl 45269 (hypotype) Ri'o Gurabo Gurabo Formation, locality TU 1278 Height 53.5 mm diameter 42.8 mm Abapertural view X PRI 45270 (hypotype) BMNH X PRI 45272 (hypotype) X IW Vasum gurabicum Maury locality Ri'o Gurabo Gurabo Formation, locality Ri'o Cana Cercado TU 1278 Height 54.4 mm diameter 35.7 mm Abapertural view Formation, locality TU TU 1215 Height 37.7 mm diameter 25.5 mm Abapertural view 1230 Height 37.0 mm diameter 20.7 mm Abapertural view 31242 (hypotype) (?)Gurabo Formation, exact locality unknown, ex Gabb Collection Height 44.0 mm diameter 27.0 (including spines), a Apertural view X IVi b Abapertural view, X Wi ANSP mm Gurabo, Gurabo Formation, 11^ Ri'o PRI 45271 (hypotype) X 7-9 20255 (holotype) (?)Gurabo Formation, exact Apertural view, x PRI 45273 (hypotype) Rio Gurabo, Gurabo Formation, locality TU 1215 Height 51.2 mm diameter 28.5 mm a Apertural view X IV^ b Abapertural view X l>/2 PRI 45274 (hypotype) Rio Gurabo Gurabo Formation, locality TU 1246 Height 32.6 mm diameter 16.3 mm Abapertural view X \Vi 31 INDEX Abbott ( 950) 21, Chipola Formation Chipola River 15, ehipolana Oniseidia Abbott (1954) Abbott (1974) Abbott and Dance (1982) Vasum aedificalum, 8-10, 19, 13 ehipolamim 26, 28, 29, ehipolanum, "Area" [Catoosarca} Agueguexquite Formation amazonianum Turhinella 14 16, 17, 14, angiiUtla Tiirhinellii aec/iialilas archeri, Lyria Arroyo Bellaco Arroyo Hondo 17, 43 14 8, 16, 19,20 Cornell University Collections 18 eornigera Turhinella 25 13 27, 28 Costa Rica 12, 22, 28 43 Xaneus 15 Morum 20 Harpa 14 Culebra Formation Islands Bail (1993) 15 15 erenata, 22, 23 Cymalium 21 Cynodoma 25 Cypraea eonoidea 15 956) Baitoa 12, Dall (1890) 13 19 22 28 Baitoa Formation 12, 13, 18, 19 21 22 Barbados 26-29, 40 43, 44 10 27-29 19, Dall (1906b) Dall 16, 25, 32 ( 909 Bayer (1971) Dall and beaui, Lyria 17 10, 19, 28 Simpson (1901) surinamensis 16 18 32 Bermuda Beu 97 ) Beu (1976) Boca del Rfos Dance and Emerson (1967) de Jong and 15-17 19 20 Coomans (1988) 15 deleeta, Pulehroniseia 16 17 delessertiana Lyria Bold (1988) Bowden Formation 12 delieiosa Lyria dennisoni, 20 23 32 29 15 Dallivoluta Bermont Formation 28 21 ) Dall (1915) barnesii Valuta 8, Dall (1903) 7, ( Oniseidia) 28 aviaguensis, Turhinella 20 Cooke (1945) eoxi, ( 17, eonoidea, Cypraea Aurinia striata Baily ( Cossmann (1899) Cossmann (1901) arecibonense, Turhinella Bahama 43 17 Colombia americcina Hcirpa aviaguensis 18 Clench (1946) Clench and Abbott (1943) Clenehina Agua Clara Formation "Area" [Caloosarca] 25-29, 31 32, 43, 48 Cithara aedificatus, Tiirbinellus aequalitas Morum Morum 12, 18, 19, 10, 13 Morum 20 Deshayes (1844) 15 hruuni, Oniscidia divergens Vohilella Bueeinella dodonaia Turhinella 25 25 dodonaius praelaevigatus, Xaneus 24 Brazil 10, 17 20 23-25 eaerulea Buceinum harpa Bulla Conglomerate dohrni, Voluta domingense eaerulea Bueeinella caestus Vaaum ealligona, Lyria Caloosahatchee Formation Caiiada de domingense, Lamhidium domingense 10 domingensis, Oniseia 16-18, 32 Zamba 11 41 Cancellariidae Cancellarioidea eaneellata Oniseia 48 domingensis 17 19, ( dominguense Morum dominieense Vasum Oniseidia) Oniseidia dominieense gurahieum, Vasum dominieensis, 19 ) 26, 29-3 , 48 31 Vasum 26 Harpa 14 16, 17 Cantaure Formation 32 Eastern Pacific 31 Ecuador Caribbean 31 edificatum Carriacou, Grenadine Islands 20 Emenson (1964) Emerson (1967) Emerson and Old (1979) eapitellum, 20 43 19 ( doris 19, 19 17 Caneellomorum Morum Morum Morum 20 29 19 18, 20, 28 Vasum Cassidae 14 ceramiea, Voluta 25 Cercado Formation 11, 16, 17, 20 21 25 28-31 41-43 45 49 14 16, 29 14 Vasum Enaeta 7, ,,, peturhatri.x 29, 31 13 28 18 13 13 , Dominican Volutacea: Yokes 28 Vasiiin enf>t>naliim Esmeraldas beds 14 falctmenxis Turhinella 25 Falsilyria miisicina pycnopleura 10 Ferroira and Cunha (1957) 26-29 42, 48 21, 24, 12 16, 18, 26, 27, 31, 32, Florida Scuphella Monim Monim ftiiridana 15, 14 14 Harpidae 13, 21 Turhinella 5,8-11.14.19.21,22,24,26-28 Gabb(1873) Gabb (1881) Gabb Collection (ANSP) 15 12, 14, 22, 23 26 27, 31, 9, gahhi Lyria (Lyria) n sp 10, 4711, Garcia and Sunderland (1990) 944 Gardner Gardner (1947) Galun Formation Gatuncillo Formation Gibson Smith and Gibson Smith 28 13 Morum Marum 18 harrisi 20 (Harpeola) heilprini Lyria 17, 20, 22, 49 17 Hermannsen (1847) Hodson (1931) 24 Hoerle (1970) Hoerle and Yokes (1978) Honduras Hubbard (1920) Hughes (1986) Hughes and Emerson (1987) Humfrey (1975) 15 15, 16 6, 9-11, 13 13, 16 21 14 14, 17 15 979) 11, 14 Indo-Pacific isthmica Harpa Jamaica Jung (1971) Jung and Petit (1990) ) 17, Lyria (Enaeta) 10 (1867) 10 19 21 24, 19, 21 24 10, 19, 21, 24, 25, (1874) 8, (1910) 10, 19, 21, 24, 25, 26, 29, 30, Gurabo Afuero Gurabo Formation 7, 9- Haiti ( Vasum hailense engonatum 23, 32, Morum Morum 27, 28, 29, ( ( 19 Oniscidia) junania Valuta Kaicher (1983) 15 16 La Barranca La Boca Formation 22, 23 laevigata Turhinella 21, 25 lamarcki, lamarckii Marum Marum 9, 29 15 16 16 lamarckii Oniscia 15 Lamhidium 15 19 15 oniscus Landau (1996) Vasum) 17 19 12 limata Lyria Vasum lindae Morum 19 20 11, 12, 14, 23 15 Linnaeus (1767) Hanna (1926) Harpa L6pez crenala Lopez- Angostura project Los Quemados doris Los Quemados-Sabaneta road harpa Lyna 14, 20 13 leanardhilli, Lyria (Enaeta) Vasum haiwnsis Turhinellus americana 42 46 20 20 damingense Vasumj hailense engonalum Turhinella 14 32, 19-21 24-26, 28-31, 40, 41, 43,45, 46, 48, hailense Turhinella Mexico 27- 21, 24 gurahicum, Va.sum 13, 17, jungi jungi (1866) (1876) 11, 40, 41 9, grandis, Oniscia gtiildingii 10 incomperta Lyria Grand Bay Formation Gray 847 Guayubin 21 hysterus Turhinella Jalisco hailensis 10, 12, 19, 20, 22, 24, 29, 30, 40, 46, 48, (BNMH) Heneken Collection Herculea gouldiana Valuta haitenxe 30 incomperta Lyria (Lyria) ( gouldiana Scaphella (Scaphella) Guppy Guppy Guppy Guppy Guppy 10 5, 20, Heneken, T.S ) gouldiana, Scaphella ( 14 harpula, 6, h'lilgoraria mississippiensis ( 14 16 15, 16 lloridiinum fiisiis major Harparia Harpes Harpinae 10 florkUi 51 23 13, 31 11, 24, 30 6,9-12 isihmica archeri 12 major heauii '2 myrmia calligona 10 nobilis detessertiana rosea deliciosa 12 10, 13 incomperta 10 limata 12 harpa Valuta mississippiensis 10 Harpalis musicinoides 10 harpa Buccinum harpa Harpa Bulletin 354 52 matthewsi 19 10-12 meganae 20 10 obrienae 18 40 oniscus 16 Lyria (Enaeta) 13 peruviununi 18 f>iiilJingii 13 leominihilli 13 ponderosum purpureum 15, 16 40 strombiformis 16 13 tampanum 19 planicostata 11 pulchella pulchella sornr soror 0- perturbatrix 2, 13, reevei 10 Lyria (Harpeola) heilprini 10 Lyria (Lyria) gabhi sp n 10, incomperta 11, 40, ( ) Morum major Harpalis 17 21 28- Mansfield (1937) Formation 7, 10, 11 17, 20 30 31, (Valverde) Adentro Member Mao Formation ( (1917) 5, 10, (1925b) 19, 21, 22, 24-26, 28, 19, 43 19 19 meganae Moruminae Murex pyrum 21 scolyinus 21 19 14 25 turhinellus 25, 28 29 musicina Falsi lyria 10 musicinoides Lyria 10 nnrmia Harpa 14 Museum Naturhistorisches Basel Collections (NMB) New Caledonia nobilis 29 10 Harpa 14 11 13 30 North Carolina 20 nucleus Voluta 40 15 obrienae (Oniscidia) Morum 18 Oli vidae Olsson (1922) mississippiensis, Fulgoraria Olsson and mississippiensis, Lyria Petit 21 (1964) Oniscia Mitridae M6in Formation Moncion-San Jose de Moore 850) 15 las 18 Onimusiro Mitra (Strigatellal) peturbatrix Moore 43 6, 12, 25 20, Mazza McGinty (1970) 830) 17, 24, Maury's Bluff Maury's Bluff Maury's Zone D ( 13, 10,17,18.20,21,24, (1925a) Menke 17 ) Muricoidea (1910) Morum Morum Oni.scidia ( chipotanum domingense dominguense Muricidae Morum meganae meganae, Morum 15 muricatum Vasum Martini (1777) ( tubercuto.sum ) Marginellidae marrhewsi, 16 15,42 42 jungi MacNeil and Dockery (1984) Maculopeplum major, Harpa Maury Maury Maury Maury Lyriinae macgintyi Mao Mao Mao oni.scus 10 Sunnily ria pulchella tuberculosum Morum (Morum) 40 10, 40, 41 pulchella Lyria 11 17 Matos road 17 15 17 cuncellala 17 domingensis 19 grandis 17 lamarckii 15 oniscus 15 triseriala 15 ( 853 ) Moridae Morum chipolanum 14, 1517 Oniscidia coxi dennisoni domingen.se tuberculosa 17 19 15 16 17 chipolanu 17 Oniscis domingensis 17 bruuni 15 floridana 15, oniscus Lumhidium 15 ftoridanum 15, oniscus Morum Morum (Morum) 16 harpula oniscus harrisi oniscus Oniscia jungi oniscus lamarcki 15 lamarckii Undue mucgintyi Srromhus Otochcilus ovoulea Turhinellu 19 ovoidea Xancus ovoideus Turbinellus 15 42 15 15 24, 25 24 24, 25 Dominican Volutacea: Yokes Panama 13 18, 23 24, 16 18, 22 Ri'o los Perros Pcrrilliat Montoya (1960) Perrilliat [Montoya] (1973) Morum Petuch (1981) ( 24 Rios (1970) 15 Rios (1975) 15 15 15 Robinson ( 992 ) Roding (1798) Enaela 13, 10, Pilsbry (1922) 5, Pilsbry and Johnson (1917) 15 15, 16 Harpa rosea Mitra (Slrigatellal) Pnug(196l) 24, 25 riosecana, Turhinella 15.16 pfluihiilrix, Lyria (Enaela) /n-iiirhurrix 14 Rutsch (1934) 12, 11, Sannilyria 21 22 Santiago de los Caballeros Pilsbry and Olsson (1954) Saunders pilshryi Tiirhinella n sp Pinecrest beds Scapha 21 -24 10, 18, 20 (1981) striata 8, gouldiana Scaphella Ponder and Waren (1988) ponderosum Morum Potrero praelaevigala Tiirhinella ( Scaphella striata Scaly mus 21 Murex praeovoideiis Xanciis 21 scalymus praetexlilis Tiirhinella, n sp 23 scalymus Turhinella priievoideus, Xanciis 24 Scopoli (1786) proaevoideu.s Seba Xancus ( 21 76 1) soror Lyria Puerto Plata Sowerby (1850) 27, stephense Pulchroniscia 5, Aurinia 10- striata Scapha 10.40 striata Scaphella {Aurinia'l pulchella Lyria (Sannilyria) striata Scaphella (Scaphella) pulclwlla Valuta strombiformis piilchella Lyria 9, 10, 12 19 21 22 28 ) Morum Stromhus aniscus St Thomas, V.I putrhella soror, Lyria Punta Gavilan Formation Morum subcapitellum 15 Vasum surinamensis, Dallivoluta pycnopleura, Falsilyria pyriim Vasum striata delecta purpureum Springvale Formation Turhinellus pukhella, Lyria {Lyria) 0— sorar Valuta Vasum Vasum pufiillaris ) gouldiana Scaphellinae 21 24, 25 praeovoidea Tiirhinella piij^niis striata Plcsioniscia florida Scaphella {Aurinia) plunicosHita Lyria piignans, 11.20.29-31,41.48 5-7.10-13,22-25,28-31 (1986) e/ a/ Scaphella 16 17 19 20, Pirabas Limestone 24 8-12 14 19 21-24 26-29 Pilsbry and Olsson (1953) Pitt 24 24-26 28-31 40 41 43 45 46 49 II 19 20 29-31, 40 43, 45 9, 12 14 22 23, 28-30, 40-44, 47 Rios (1994) 994) peUirhatri.x 11 13 20 28-31 41-43 48 49 Rios (1985) 19, Petuch (1987) Petuch Guanajuma Rio Yaque del Norte Rio Yaque del Sur PeiTJ penivianiim 11 17 20 25 Rio Gurabo Rfo Mao Paso Chorrera Paso de 29 Rfo Bao Rio Cana Palcomi)logical Research Institution Collections (PRI) 53 Swainson Murex ( 840) pyriim Valuta p\rum napits Valuta 24 Quita Coraza Tabera Formation 12 Tampa Limestone 10, 18 29 24 46 tampanum Morum textilis Ramirez (1950) Ramirez (1956) Raymond (1997) 8-10 9, 10 17 19 texlilis 25 Turhinella recvei Lyria (Enaeta) trinitatis Xancus Rehdcr (1973) triseriata rex Xancus rhinoceros Rio Amina 21 25 15 27, 28-30, Vasum tiiherculosum 48 15 tuberculosa Oniscia tuberculosum 10 II 20 25 21 25 Oniscia tuberculatum Vasum 23 Trinidad irinitatis Turhinella 23 jamaicensis Turhinella Thomonde Formation Reeve (1849) rex 19 Turhinella Morum Morum Morum ( 16 ) 42 Bulletin 354 54 26 29-31 gurabicum Tucker and Wilson (1932) Tucker and Wilson (1933) 15 Tulane University Collections (TU) 10, 15 16, 20- TurhinelUi 27-29 48 haitense engonatum 28 28 25 28 29 27 haitensis 18, 24, 26, 28 30, 49 haitense miiricatiim angulata pugnans pugnus arecihonense rhinoceros 28 aviaguensis stcphciiu- 27 cornigera stihi dodonaia ttiherculcitum amazoiiianum Lipitclhtm falconensis Vaughan fusus Venezuela et at Veracruz hysterus laevigata 27 29 48 21 24 26-31 19 22 28 32 14 16 22 32 27 28-30 (1921) 10 19 11 Mexico 21, Vokes, E (1964) 24, Vokes E (1966) pilsbryi, n, sp 21 -24, Vokes E (1970) praehwrigata 21, 24, 25, Vokes E (1979) ovoidea 25 26-31 6, 21, 22, 24, 12, 26, 28 27 9-11, 14, 23, 29 Vokes, E (1984) pnieovtiidea piaetexlilis, n sp 14 Vokes, E (1989) 23, 48 6, 7, Vokes H (1969) 16 riosecana 24 Vokes and Vokes (1983) 15 scolymiis 21 Voluta rex text His textilis 24, barnesii 13 25 21, ceramica dohrni jamaicensis trinitatis gouldiana 12 21 25 valida 13 haitense harpa junonia haitense engonatum nucleus Turbinella (Va.sum) Turbineliidae pulchella Turbinellinae pyrum 21 Tiirbinellus pyritnt napiis 21 soror 10 aedificatus Volutacea haitensis ovoideus 24, Vohitella 21, Volutidae validus Murex formation, Lopez area U.S Geological Survey Collections U.S National Museum Collections II, valida, Turbinella 26 47 28-30 18, 26, 28-30 14 23 29 41 42 (USGS) (USNM) 11, 12, 12, 21, 25, 44 21, 25 validus, Turbinellus validus, Turbinelus validus, Warmke and Abbott Turbofusula unnamed Vredenburg (1923) Turbinelus validus 21 21-23 Xancus Xancus validus hysterus, Xancus validus validus, Xancus 24 validus falconensis, Vasinae Vasum 21 (1961) Weisbord (1929) Western Atlantic Winckworth (1945) Woodring (1928) Woodring (1957-1982) Woodring (1959) Woodring (1964) Woodring (1973) Woodring et at (1924) Work 969 ( ) Xancus 22 aviaguensis 21 dodonaius praelaevigatus ovoidea 25 25-3 praeovoideus 49 29 praevoideus caestus capitellum 31 rex 48 trinitatis 31 validus 26 validus falconensis aedijicatum dominicense dominicense gurabicum dominicensis edificatum engonatum 26 28 29, 26, 29-3 29, 31 28 10 25 25 divergens pugillahs turbinellus proavoideus 24 15 21 10, 12 13 15 25 20 20 17-19 13 21 22, 24 25 21 22, 24 15, 21 15 20 21 22 24 24 21 24 24 25 24 21 22 25 1-23 validus hysterus 24 22 validus validus 21 ... 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