WoRMS name details

Tritonium O. F. Müller, 1776

398991  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:398991)

 unaccepted
Genus
Tritonellium Valenciennes, 1858 (unnecessary replacement name for Tritonium O. F. Müller, 1776, by Valenciennes considered a homonym of Tritonia Cuvier)

Subgenus Tritonium (Fusus) Bruguière, 1789 accepted as Fusinus Rafinesque, 1815
Species Tritonium antiquum (Linnaeus, 1758) accepted as Neptunea antiqua (Linnaeus, 1758)
Species Tritonium baerii Middendorff, 1848 accepted as Buccinum baerii (Middendorff, 1848) (original combination)
Species Tritonium bayani Jousseaume, 1883 accepted as Buccinum bayani (Jousseaume, 1883) (original combination)
Species Tritonium bonanni Delle Chiaje, 1830 accepted as Cumia reticulata (Blainville, 1829) (synonym)
Species Tritonium ciliatum Fabricius O., 1780 accepted as Buccinum ciliatum (Fabricius, 1780)
Species Tritonium clathratum (Linnaeus, 1767) accepted as Boreotrophon clathratus (Linnaeus, 1767)
Species Tritonium craticulatum Fabricius, 1780 accepted as Scabrotrophon fabricii (Møller, 1842)
Species Tritonium curtum Locard, 1886 accepted as Cabestana cutacea (Linnaeus, 1767) (synonym)
Species Tritonium danieli Locard, 1886 accepted as Cabestana cutacea (Linnaeus, 1767) (synonym)
Species Tritonium declive Lovén, 1846 accepted as Oenopota declivis (Lovén, 1846) (original combination)
Species Tritonium eburneum Sars M., 1851 accepted as Liomesus ovum (W. Turton, 1825) (synonym)
Species Tritonium fornicatum Fabricius O., 1780 accepted as Neptunea despecta (Linnaeus, 1758) (synonym)
Species Tritonium groenlandicum Mörch, 1857 accepted as Buccinum cyaneum Bruguière, 1789
Species Tritonium gunneri Lovén, 1846 accepted as Boreotrophon clathratus (Linnaeus, 1767) (synonym)
Species Tritonium incarnatum M. Sars, 1851 accepted as Retifusus latericeus (Möller, 1842)
Species Tritonium jessoense Schrenck, 1863 accepted as Retifusus jessoensis (Schrenck, 1863) (original combination)
Species Tritonium kobelti Maltzan, 1884 accepted as Turritriton gibbosus (Broderip, 1833)
Species Tritonium luridum Middendorff, 1848 accepted as Paciocinebrina lurida (Middendorff, 1848) (original combination)
Species Tritonium nanum Lovén, 1846 accepted as Thesbia nana (Lovén, 1846) (original combination)
Species Tritonium nicobaricum Röding, 1798 accepted as Monoplex nicobaricus (Röding, 1798) (Original combination)
Species Tritonium pericochlion Schrenk, 1863 accepted as Japelion pericochlion (Schrenk, 1863) (original combination)
Species Tritonium rossi Leach in Mörch, 1858 accepted as Boreotrophon clathratus (Linnaeus, 1767) (synonym)
Species Tritonium schantaricum Middendorff, 1849 accepted as Aulacofusus brevicauda (Deshayes, 1832)
Species Tritonium schwartzianum Crosse, 1861 accepted as Pareuthria fuscata (Bruguière, 1789)
Species Tritonium sulcatum Risso, 1826 accepted as Charonia variegata (Lamarck, 1816) (dubious synonym)
Species Tritonium turritum Sars M., 1859 accepted as Colus jeffreysianus (P. Fischer, 1868) (synonym)
Species Tritonium viridulum Fabricius, 1780 accepted as Admete viridula (Fabricius, 1780) (original combination)
marine
Not documented
Nomenclature Historically, the name Tritonium was established independently by two authors with different taxonomical extensions:
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Nomenclature Historically, the name Tritonium was established independently by two authors with different taxonomical extensions:
1. Tritonium O.F. Müller, 1776, was established for a mixture of gastropods from the Danish coasts, including mainly muricids and buccinids, but also a species of Aporrhaidae. The type species of Tritonium, selected by Stewart (1926), is Buccinum undatum Linnaeus, 1758, which makes Tritonium O.F. Müller, 1776, an objective synonym of Buccinum.
2. Tritonium Röding, 1798, was established for a mixture of gastropods, including mainly Ranellidae and Bursidae. Cossmann (1903) selected Murex tritonis Linnaeus, 1758, as type species of Tritonium Röding, 1798, thus making it an objective synonym of Charonia Gistel, 1847.

For names introduced in Tritonium, it is often not clear which Tritonium was meant. In assigning names in WoRMS to one or the other, the following criteria have been used. Tritonium Müller is inferred if the genus was attributed to Müller, placed in Muricidae or Buccinidae, or associated with species currently classified in those families. Tritonium Röding is inferred if the genus was attributed to Röding or to Link (1807), placed in Bursidae or Ranellidae (or one of its synonyms, e.g., Cymatiidae, Tritoniidae), or associated with taxa currently classified in those families. [details]
MolluscaBase (2019). MolluscaBase. Tritonium O. F. Müller, 1776. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=398991 on 2019-05-25
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Nomenclature Historically, the name Tritonium was established independently by two authors with different taxonomical extensions:
1. Tritonium O.F. Müller, 1776, was established for a mixture of gastropods from the Danish coasts, including mainly muricids and buccinids, but also a species of Aporrhaidae. The type species of Tritonium, selected by Stewart (1926), is Buccinum undatum Linnaeus, 1758, which makes Tritonium O.F. Müller, 1776, an objective synonym of Buccinum.
2. Tritonium Röding, 1798, was established for a mixture of gastropods, including mainly Ranellidae and Bursidae. Cossmann (1903) selected Murex tritonis Linnaeus, 1758, as type species of Tritonium Röding, 1798, thus making it an objective synonym of Charonia Gistel, 1847.

For names introduced in Tritonium, it is often not clear which Tritonium was meant. In assigning names in WoRMS to one or the other, the following criteria have been used. Tritonium Müller is inferred if the genus was attributed to Müller, placed in Muricidae or Buccinidae, or associated with species currently classified in those families. Tritonium Röding is inferred if the genus was attributed to Röding or to Link (1807), placed in Bursidae or Ranellidae (or one of its synonyms, e.g., Cymatiidae, Tritoniidae), or associated with taxa currently classified in those families. [details]