MACNBR   00242
MUSEO ARGENTINO DE CIENCIAS NATURALES "BERNARDINO RIVADAVIA"
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
Revision of the genera Pareuthria Strebel, 1905, Glypteuthria Strebel, 1905 and Meteuthria Thiele, 1912 (Gastropoda: Buccinulidae) with the description of three new genera and two new species from Southwestern Atlantic waters.
Autor/es:
PASTORINO, G.
Revista:
ZOOTAXA
Editorial:
MAGNOLIA PRESS
Referencias:
Lugar: Auckland; Año: 2016 vol. 4179 p. 301 - 301
ISSN:
1175-5326
Resumen:
This revision of the buccinulid genera Pareuthria Strebel, 1905, Glypteuthria Strebel, 1905 and Meteuthria Thiele, 1912includes all the reported nominal species and type specimens. A total of 13 valid species included in six genera are describedand illustrated. All but one ?P. fuscata? live in shallow waters around the Magellanic region and even reach lowerlatitudes including deeper waters off the Buenos Aires province. The genus Pareuthria includes P. fuscata (Bruguière,1789), P. atrata (E. A. Smith, 1881) for which a lectotype is designated, and P. venustula Powell, 1951. P. fuscata is alsoconfirmed to occur in New Zealand waters. Glypteuthria Strebel, 1905 includes only the type species G. meridionalis(E.A. Smith, 1881). Two species are included in the genus Meteuthria Thiele, 1912, the type species M. martensi (Strebel,1905), for which a lectotype is designated, and M. batialis n. sp., which is described herein based on specimens from deepwater off Buenos Aires province. Three new genera are described: Falsimacme n. gen. to include only the type species F.kobelti (Strebel, 1905) (formerly in the genus Meteuthria); Argeneuthria n. gen. to include A. cerealis (Rochebrune & Mabille,1885), A. paessleri (Strebel, 1905), A. euthrioides (Melvill & Standen, 1898), A. philippii (Strebel, 1905) and A. varicosanew species; and Microdeuthria n. gen. to include only M. michaelseni (Strebel, 1905). In addition, ?Anomacme?multituberculata Castellanos, Rolán & Bartolotta, 1987 included by Dell (1990) in Meteuthria is excluded from the lattergenus based on the morphology of the radula.