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Schubert, H.G. & Wagner, J.A. (1829) Neues Systematisches Conchylien- Cabinet Angefangen von Martini und Chemnitz. Vol. 12. Bauer & Raspe, Nürnberg, xii + 196 pp., pls. 214–237.
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Schubert, G.H. & Wagner, J.A.
1829
Neues Systematisches Conchylien-Cabinet von Martini-Chemnitz, angefangen von Martini und Chemnitz. Zwölfter Band. Erste Abtheilung
I-XII [= 1-12], 1-196, Tab. 214-237. Nürnberg. (Bauer & Raspe).
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Conus vulpinus Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Conus planorbis Born, 1778 (original description)
Cypraea otahitensis Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Lyncina ventriculus ventriculus (Lamarck, 1810) (original description)
Mitra coffea Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Strigatella coffea (Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829) (original description)
Murex regius Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Hexaplex erythrostomus (Swainson, 1831) accepted as Phyllonotus erythrostomus (Swainson, 1831) (original description)
Purpura variegata Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Pisania striata (Gmelin, 1791) (original description)
Pyramidella punctata Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Longchaeus acus (Gmelin, 1791) (original description)
Pyrula elata Schubert & A. J. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Melapium elatum (Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829) (original description)
Turbinella filosa Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Polygona filosa (Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829) (original description)
Turbinella recurvirostra Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Nodolatirus recurvirostra (Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829) (original description)
Voluta nasica Schubert & Wager, 1829 accepted as Zidona dufresnii (Donovan, 1823) (original description)
Voluta perdicina Megerle von Mühlfeld, 1829 accepted as Lyria pattersonia (Perry, 1811) (original description)
Voluta regia Schubert & J. A. Wagner, 1829 accepted as Melo amphora ([Lightfoot, 1786]) (original description)