WoRMS name details

Terebratulina caputserpentis (sensu Linnaeus, 1767)

181482  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:181482)

 unaccepted
Species
marine
Not documented
Taxonomic remark The name "Anomia caputserpentis Linneaus, 1767" as such is not available. Anomia caputserpentis was first proposed in...  
Taxonomic remark The name "Anomia caputserpentis Linneaus, 1767" as such is not available. Anomia caputserpentis was first proposed in Linnaeus, 1758 and pertains to a fossil brachiopod, probably a Cretaceous (Campanian) form from Scania more commonly referred to as Terebratula praelustris Lundgren, 1885 (see Bergström & Hageltorn 1968). That Linnaeus changed the diagnosis of Anomia caputserpentis in 1767 does not change the identity of the original A. caputserpentis, nor does it make a second species under same name available. Thus, to be precise the usage would need to be "Anomia caputserpentis sensu Linneaus, 1767. [details]
WoRMS (2020). Terebratulina caputserpentis (sensu Linnaeus, 1767). Accessed at: https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=181482 on 2020-10-25
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taxonomy source Bergström, J.; Hageltorn, B. (1968). Remarks on two brachiopod species described by Linnaeus. <em>Geologiska Foereningan i Stockholm. Foerhandlingar.</em> 90(1): 111-112., available online at https://doi.org/10.1080/11035896809448394 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

basis of record Treatise on Invertebrate Paleontology. (1997-2007). Part H revised, Brachiopoda. <em>Geological Society of America, Boulder; and University of Kansas Press, Lawrence,.</em> vol. 1-6. [details]   
From other sources
Taxonomic remark The name "Anomia caputserpentis Linneaus, 1767" as such is not available. Anomia caputserpentis was first proposed in Linnaeus, 1758 and pertains to a fossil brachiopod, probably a Cretaceous (Campanian) form from Scania more commonly referred to as Terebratula praelustris Lundgren, 1885 (see Bergström & Hageltorn 1968). That Linnaeus changed the diagnosis of Anomia caputserpentis in 1767 does not change the identity of the original A. caputserpentis, nor does it make a second species under same name available. Thus, to be precise the usage would need to be "Anomia caputserpentis sensu Linneaus, 1767. [details]