WoRMS name details

Turritella variegata var. elongata Reeve, 1849

473002  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:473002)

 unaccepted
Variety
marine
Reeve, L.A. (1849). Monograph of the genus <i>Turritella</i>. In: <i>Conchologia Iconica</i>. vol. 5, pl. 1-11 and unpaginated text. L. Reeve & Co., London. [stated dates: pl. 1-8: May, 1849; 9-11: June 1849]., available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/8967277
page(s): Pl. 5, sp. 19 (text); Pl. 9, sp. 19b (fig.) [details]   
Nomenclature Whist assimilating Linnaeus' Turbo imbricatus to Turbo variegatus, Reeve (1849:Pl. V. fig. 19, & Pl. IX. fig. 19b)...  
Nomenclature Whist assimilating Linnaeus' Turbo imbricatus to Turbo variegatus, Reeve (1849:Pl. V. fig. 19, & Pl. IX. fig. 19b) introduces the variety name elongata for the more elongated shaped shells which he interprets to be imbricatus.
The epithet elongata is pre-occupied by Sowerby, 1814 and Fleming, 1828, yet does not require replacement seen as its synonymy to variegata[details]
MolluscaBase eds. (2020). MolluscaBase. Turritella variegata var. elongata Reeve, 1849. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: http://marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=473002 on 2020-01-21
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original description Reeve, L.A. (1849). Monograph of the genus <i>Turritella</i>. In: <i>Conchologia Iconica</i>. vol. 5, pl. 1-11 and unpaginated text. L. Reeve & Co., London. [stated dates: pl. 1-8: May, 1849; 9-11: June 1849]., available online at http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/8967277
page(s): Pl. 5, sp. 19 (text); Pl. 9, sp. 19b (fig.) [details]   
From editor or global species database
Nomenclature Whist assimilating Linnaeus' Turbo imbricatus to Turbo variegatus, Reeve (1849:Pl. V. fig. 19, & Pl. IX. fig. 19b) introduces the variety name elongata for the more elongated shaped shells which he interprets to be imbricatus.
The epithet elongata is pre-occupied by Sowerby, 1814 and Fleming, 1828, yet does not require replacement seen as its synonymy to variegata[details]