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Hinds, R. B. (1844). Description of new species of shells. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London. (1844) 12: 21-26.
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Hinds, R. B.
1844
Description of new species of shells.
Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London
(1844) 12: 21-26
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Published July 1844
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Solarium asperum Hinds, 1944 accepted as Granosolarium asperum (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Solarium caelatum Hinds, 1844 accepted as Heliacus (Torinista) caelatus (Hinds, 1844) represented as Heliacus caelatus (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Solarium dealbatum Hinds, 1844 accepted as Heliacus (Heliacus) trochoides (Deshayes, 1830) represented as Heliacus trochoides (Deshayes, 1830) (original description)
Solarium fenestratum Hinds, 1844 accepted as Heliacus (Teretropoma) fenestratus (Hinds, 1844) represented as Heliacus fenestratus (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Solarium formosum Hinds, 1844 accepted as Architectonica perspectiva (Linnaeus, 1758) (original description)
Solarium fragile Hinds, 1844 accepted as Architectonica maculata (Link, 1807) (original description)
Solarium fulvum Hinds, 1844 accepted as Heliacus (Grandeliacus) stramineus (Gmelin, 1791) represented as Heliacus stramineus (Gmelin, 1791) (original description)
Solarium perdix Hinds, 1844 accepted as Architectonica perdix (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Solarium placentale Hinds, 1844 accepted as Discotectonica placentalis (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Solarium purpurata Hinds, 1844 accepted as Architectonica purpurata (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Solarium quadriceps Hinds, 1844 accepted as Architectonica nobilis Röding, 1798 (original description)
Solarium trochleare Hinds, 1844 accepted as Architectonica trochlearis (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Solarium virgatum Hinds, 1844 accepted as Heliacus (Torinista) virgatus (Hinds, 1844) represented as Heliacus virgatus (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Triton anomalus Hinds, 1844 accepted as Bailya anomala (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Triton antiquatus Hinds, 1844 accepted as Tritonoharpa antiquata (Hinds, 1844) (additional source)
Triton bracteatus Hinds, 1844 accepted as Maculotriton serriale (Deshayes, 1833) (original description)
Triton fictilis Hinds, 1844 accepted as Africotriton fictilis (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Triton truncatus Hinds, 1844 accepted as Caducifer truncatus (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Triton vestitus Hinds, 1844 accepted as Monoplex vestitus (Hinds, 1844) (original description)
Bismarck Archipelago for Triton antiquatus Hinds, 1844 
Bismarck Archipelago for Triton truncatus Hinds, 1844 
Coiba Island for Triton anomalus Hinds, 1844 
Costa Rican part of the North Pacific Ocean for Triton vestitus Hinds, 1844 
Magdalena Bay for Solarium placentale Hinds, 1844 
Makassar Strait for Solarium asperum Hinds, 1944 
Makassar Strait for Solarium caelatum Hinds, 1844 
Manila Bay for Solarium dealbatum Hinds, 1844 
New Guinea for Solarium fenestratum Hinds, 1844 
New Guinea for Solarium fragile Hinds, 1844 
New Guinea for Solarium fulvum Hinds, 1844 
New Guinea for Solarium virgatum Hinds, 1844 
 Type locality

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