WoRMS taxon details

Tonna alanbeui Vos, 2005

389446  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:389446)

accepted
Species
marine
Vos, C. (2005c) Notes on Tonnidae of the <i>T. variegata</i> complex and <i>T. chinensis</i> complex, with descriptions of four new species (Gastropoda: Tonnidae). <i>Visaya</i> 1(5): 45-62. [November 2005]
page(s): 48 [details]   
Holotype  WAM S 15742  
Holotype WAM S 15742 [details]
Taxonomy The species currently referred to as Tonna alanbeui Vos, 2005 was first illustrated by Hinton (1972, p. 18, pl. 9, fig. 5;...  
Taxonomy The species currently referred to as Tonna alanbeui Vos, 2005 was first illustrated by Hinton (1972, p. 18, pl. 9, fig. 5; 1974, p. 19, fig. 8; 1977, p. 26, fig. 11) and referred to as Tonna chinensis (Dillwyn, 1817). [details]
MolluscaBase eds. (2021). MolluscaBase. Tonna alanbeui Vos, 2005. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=389446 on 2021-01-23
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original description Vos, C. (2005c) Notes on Tonnidae of the <i>T. variegata</i> complex and <i>T. chinensis</i> complex, with descriptions of four new species (Gastropoda: Tonnidae). <i>Visaya</i> 1(5): 45-62. [November 2005]
page(s): 48 [details]   

additional source Vos, C. (2007) A conchological Iconography (No. 13) - The family Tonnidae. 123 pp., 30 numb. plus 41 (1 col.) un-numb. text-figs, 33 maps., 63 col. pls, Conchbooks, Germany
page(s): 90 [details]   
 
 Present  Inaccurate  Introduced: alien  Containing type locality 
Holotype WAM S 15742 [details]
From editor or global species database
Specimen Holotype WAMS15742, 84.8 mm x 67.5 mm, "Trawled, Double Island Point, Australia" (ex-coll. Kevin Lamprell). [details]

Taxonomy The species currently referred to as Tonna alanbeui Vos, 2005 was first illustrated by Hinton (1972, p. 18, pl. 9, fig. 5; 1974, p. 19, fig. 8; 1977, p. 26, fig. 11) and referred to as Tonna chinensis (Dillwyn, 1817). [details]