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Drivas, J. & Jay, M. (1987). Coquillages de La Réunion et de l'Île Maurice. Collection Les Beautés de la Nature. Delachaux et Niestlé: Neuchâtel. ISBN 2-603-00654-1. 159 pp.
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Drivas, J. & Jay, M.
1987
Coquillages de La Réunion et de l'Île Maurice. Collection Les Beautés de la Nature
Delachaux et Niestlé: Neuchâtel. ISBN 2-603-00654-1. 159 pp.
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Mascarene Basin for Cavolinia tridentata (Forsskål [in Niebuhr], 1775) 
Mascarene Basin for Janthina globosa Swainson, 1822 
Mascarene Basin for Pyramidella ventricosa (Forbes, 1844)  (inaccurate)
English antique ark for Anadara antiquata (Linnaeus, 1758)
English arthritic spider conch [from synonym] for Lambis chiragra arthritica Roding, 1798
English black-and-white cone for Conus ebraeus Linnaeus, 1758
English bubble cone for Conus bullatus Linnaeus, 1758
English bull mouth helmet for Cypraecassis rufa (Linnaeus, 1758)
English button tops for Umbonium vestiarium (Linnaeus, 1758)
English ceramic vase for Vasum ceramicum (Linnaeus, 1758)
English common distorsio for Distorsio anus (Linnaeus, 1758)
English cone-shaped hoof shell [from synonym] for Hipponix conicus (Schumacher, 1817)
English crenulate auger [from synonym] for Terebra crenulata (Linnaeus, 1758)
English crowned cone for Conus coronatus Gmelin, 1791
English distaff spindle for Fusinus colus (Linnaeus, 1758)
English eyed auger for Terebra guttata (Röding, 1798)
English gold ringer [from synonym] for Cypraea annulus Linnaeus, 1758
English great green turban for Turbo marmoratus Linnaeus, 1758
English grey bonnet for Phalium glaucum (Linnaeus, 1758)
English knobbly triton [from synonym] for Cymatium muricinum (Röding, 1798)
English lettered cone for Conus litteratus Linnaeus, 1758
English lithograph cone for Conus litoglyphus Hwass in Bruguière, 1792
English lotorium triton [from synonym] for Cymatium lotorium (Linnaeus, 1758)
English maculated top shell for Trochus maculatus Linnaeus, 1758
English Mauritian conch [from synonym] for Strombus decorus (Röding, 1798)
English needle pyram [from synonym] for Pyramidella acus (Gmelin, 1791)
English Nussatella cone for Conus nussatella Linnaeus, 1758
English Pacific common olive for Oliva miniacea (Röding, 1798)
English Pacific tiger lucine for Codakia tigerina (Linnaeus, 1758)
English partridge tun for Tonna perdix (Linnaeus, 1758)
English purple drupe [from synonym] for Drupa (Drupa) morum Röding, 1798
English rasp tellin for Scutarcopagia scobinata (Linnaeus, 1758)
English rat cone for Conus rattus Hwass in Bruguière, 1792
English ruby triton [from synonym] for Cymatium rubeculum (Linnaeus, 1758)
English silver-mouthed turban for Turbo argyrostomus Linnaeus, 1758
English striated cone for Conus striatus Linnaeus, 1758
English swollen olive for Oliva bulbosa (Röding, 1798)
English textile cone for Conus textile Linnaeus, 1758
English thorny woodcock [from synonym] for Murex (Murex) pecten [Lightfoot], 1786
English tiger lucine for Codakia tigerina (Linnaeus, 1758)
English toothed top shell for Monodonta labio (Linnaeus, 1758)
English tortoise cowrie [from synonym] for Cypraea testudinaria Linnaeus, 1758
English triseriate for Terebra triseriata Gray, 1834
English venus comb [from synonym] for Murex (Murex) pecten [Lightfoot], 1786
English vermiculated cone [from synonym] for Cucullus chaldaeus Röding, 1798
English vexillum cone for Conus vexillum Gmelin, 1791
 Authority

Lamarck as author in Kalk (1958). [details]

 Classification

Placement in family from Richmond, 1997. [details]

 Description

Shell up to 6 cm long. The rounded shell is slightly glossy and patterned with brown. The animal is flesy, mottled ... [details]

 Description

A squat shell with thick varices and a small, round aperture, up to 5 cm. Anal canal forms a long projecting spout ... [details]

 Description

Strawberry Shell Distinctive, small, robust shell with granulated surface, up to 2 cm. Colour brick-red with a ... [details]

 Description

Small, squat heavy shell, up to 4 cm, with slight nodules on shoulders of whorls. Colour light, mottled ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: rocky shores (Ruwa, 1984). Easily recognisable small, squat shell, up to 5 cm, with a rounded, short ... [details]

 Description

Thick shell, up to 5 cm, with low spire and 5 rows of small granules at anterior end of whorl. Colour red with a ... [details]

 Description

Thick, heavy shell with flat spire, up to 13 cm. Colour cream with 2-3 axial bands of yellow or orange bands dotted ... [details]

 Description

Thick shell, up to 5 cm, with moderate spire and prominent nodules on shoulders of whorls. Colour light yellow to ... [details]

 Description

A thick shell, up to 9 cm, with slightly raised spire and nodular shoulders of whorls. Overall colour pattern pale ... [details]

 Description

A small, solid cone up to 5 cm, with flattish spire, rounded shoulders and several spiral ridges around base of ... [details]

 Description

Highly Dangerous - live specimens should be handled with extreme caution. Shell with moderately high spire and ... [details]

 Description

Heavy shell with rugged, knobbly exterior and pointed apex, up to 10 cm. Whorls with two prominent varices, outer ... [details]

 Description

A thick, solid, nodular shell, up to 8 cm, with a long, upwardly bent siphonal canal. Exterior dirty grey with ... [details]

 Description

Similar to C. moneta, but more oval in outline, up to 3 cm. Strong teeth, with slight ridges on columella. Colour ... [details]

 Description

A long, solid, cylindrical shell, up to 13 cm, with a straight, narrow aperture. Dorsally light honey-coloured ... [details]

 Description

A conspicuous, solid, thick, heavy shell, up to 17 cm, with a narrow aperture. Dorsally reddish with 3 or 4 broad ... [details]

 Description

A large bulky sea hare, notable by its trancated, flattened and sloping posterior, up to 20 cm long. Body colour is ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: rocky shores Thick, globose shell, up to 5 cm, with low spire, large body whorl and flat base. Colour ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: rocky shores [details]

 Description

A solid, white shell, up to 3 cm, with four prominent rows of spiny nodules and numerous other smaller spines. ... [details]

 Description

A moderately high-spired shell, up to 4 cm. Body whorl with five spiral rows of prominent tubercles separately by ... [details]

 Description

Description as for family with conspicuous vertical scales, up to 5 cm. Colour white. Habitat: shallow substrates. ... [details]

 Description

Fin-shaped shell with coarse ribs, up to 2 cm. Colour reddish-brown or white. Habitat: shallow sublittoral on ... [details]

 Description

Distinctive shell, up to 20 cm, with six projections (including the long siphonal canal). Colour white, with brown ... [details]

 Description

High spired shell, up to 7 cm, with angular nodules on spiral ridges; lip with fine teeth and ridges. Colour cream ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: Rocky cliffs [details]

 Description

Tropical Indo-Pacific, also in Australia in Kalk (1958). [details]

 Description

Shell up to 8 cm, with tall spire, moderately wide siphonal canal and the typical posterior notch in the outer lip. ... [details]

 Description

Shell up to 4 cm, with conspicuous flattened, cup-like scales interspersed by small, regular rows of nodules. ... [details]

 Description

The shell is long and narrow, moderately raised, with prominent oval opening from the centre to the anterior edge, ... [details]

 Description

Similar to Tonna with thicker shells, narrower aperture and toothed outer lip, up to 6 cm. Habitat: deep water. ... [details]

 Description

Thick, heavy shell, up to 3 cm, with moderate sutures between rounded whorls. Prominent, large columellar tooth and ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: rocky shores A compact, heavy shell, up to 2 cm, covered in large, rounded, brown-black nodules on white ... [details]

 Description

Solid, yellowish shell, up to 15 cm, with a long siphonal canal and numerous long, slightly curved spines. ... [details]

 Description

Compact shell, up to 2cm, surface sculpture a distinctive fine network of evenly-spaced nodules. Columella narrow ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: muddy shore Thick shells, up to 3 cm, with transverse rows of large nodules (most prominent on shoulders ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: muddy shore Up to 3 cm, similar to N. arcularia plicatus, but with more elongated spire, a smooth surface ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: wet fine sandy shore (Ruwa, 1984). Distinctive smooth and polished shell, up to 4 cm, smooth columella ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: rocky cliffs, sometimes mangrove trees (Ruwa, 1984). Up to 4 cm, shell surface smooth or with slight ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: rocky cliffs (Ruwa, 1984). Globose shell, up to 3 cm, with well-marked ridges. Columella with three ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: rocky cliffs (Ruwa, 1984). Up to 5 cm, surface texture of broad, ridged, spiral cords. Thick, granulose ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: rocky cliffs (Ruwa, 1984 <109>). Up to 4 cm, with radial ridges on the shell surface; columella with three teeth. ... [details]

 Description

Robust, domed shell, up to 2cm long, with pointed apex and fine radiating ridges. Grey-white exterior, buff-grey ... [details]

 Description

Moderately large, globular shell with a short, pointed spire, up to 12 cm. Outer lip thickened and denticulate ... [details]

 Description

Up to 2 cm, higher and more acute spire than P. nivosa. Colour variable, often pale with reddish-brown and white ... [details]

 Description

Similar to P. trapezium, but with a much taller spire and longer siphonal canal; up to 15 cm. Colour light to dark ... [details]

 Description

Habitat: attached to rocks among algae. Tropical Indo-Pacific, also in Australia in Kalk (1958). [details]

 Description

Parasitic in sea star Linckia guildingi. [details]

 Description
 for 

Shell triangular, up to 8 cm. Resembling those of Conus species but with heavy axial striae and a thick, incurved ... [details]

 Description

As T. nebulosa. Up to 14 cm, with prominent row of small, grooved nodules along the top margin of whorls. Colour ... [details]

 Description

Shell as T. crenulata, up to 13 cm, but lacking distinct grooves and nodules. Colour characteristically orange to ... [details]

 Description

A large, thin, globose shell, up to 12 cm, with short spire and deep suture. Pale brown with lighter and darker ... [details]

 Description

As T. canaliculata, but shell less inflated, columella much reduced, up to 15 cm. Colour pale to dark brown, ... [details]

 Description

Small, ovate to globular shell, up to 1 cm, with fine dorsal ribs leaving a longitudinal groove at its centre. ... [details]

 Description

Silver-mouthed Turban up to 8 cm, main body whorl with 20 distinct spiral ribs, mostly flat-topped, some with ... [details]

 Description

Distinctive shell, up to 18 cm, bearing blunt tubercles, especially strong on shoulders. Colour greyish-green. ... [details]

 Description
 for 

As T. argyrostomus, but no fluted scales and usually green in colour. (Richmond, 1997). [details]

 Description

Solid, rounded shells, up to 2 cm wide, similar to Oxystele (above) but more flattened and with a glossy, highly ... [details]

 Description

With strongly ribbed surface, up to 2 cm wide. Habitat: under stones in lower eulittoral and sublittoral. ... [details]

 Habitat

Mangrove forests and rocky cliffs. [details]

 Habitat

Habitat: muddy shore (Ruwa, 1984 <109>). Up to 3 cm. Grey to greyish-brown, sometimes streaked with pale grey or ... [details]

 Nomenclature

Cited as Ctenocardia victor (Angas, 1872) by Drivas, J. & M. Jay (1988) [details]

 Publication date

Publication date 1830 in Dautzenberg, 1929 [details]

 Publication date

Year of description: 1832 in Dautzenberg, 1929 [details]

 Publication date

Described in 1790 according to Dautzenberg, 1929. [details]

 Remark

Acteon is placed in family Acteonidae by Sheppard (1984) and Harasewych (1997), which is synonym with Pupidae ... [details]

 Remark

Also Lampadopsis rhodostoma in Vine, 1986 . [details]

 Remark

Subgenus Ctena in Vine, 1986 . [details]

 Remark

Subgenus: (Sanhaliotis) in Vine (1986). [details]

 Remark

subgenus Chrysame (Dautzenberg, 1923) [details]

 Remark

subgenus Chrysame (Dautzenberg, 1923) [details]

 Remark

subgenus Chrysame (Dautzenberg, 1923) [details]

 Remark

subgenus Chrysame (Dautzenberg, 1923) [details]

 Remark
 for 

subgenus Chrysame (Dautzenberg, 1923) [details]

 Remark

Possibly belongs to Turritellidae or Trichotropidae (not clear from <112>) [details]

 Remark

Subgenus Infundibulum Dautzenberg, 1923 [details]

 Remark

Described by Lamarck according to Dautzenberg, 1923 [details]

 Spelling

Actaeon flammeus in Vine, 1986 and Odhner, 1919. [details]

 Spelling

Cerithium alveolum in <70>. [details]

 Spelling

C. tectum sinense (Chemniz) in Spry, 1961. [details]

 Spelling

C. hebraeus in Kalk (1958). [details]

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C. ratus in Vine, 1986 . [details]

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C. labiosus in Spry 1964 [details]

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C. cicerula in Vine 1986  [details]

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C. staphylea in Vine 1986  [details]

 Spelling

spelled D. auricularis in Vine,1986 . [details]

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D. ricina in Spry 1961 and Ruwa 1984 [details]

 Spelling

H. conica in Taylor (1973). [details]

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N. concinna in Michel, 1988 <110> [details]

 Spelling

O. tigerina in Dautzenberg, 1923 [details]

 Spelling

Genus name misspelled in <112> (only with this species, not in index). [details]

 Spelling

Quidnapagus in <139> [details]

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 for 

Misspelled in <112> [details]

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T. asperrina in Vine, 1986 . [details]

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T. babylonica in Michel 1988 [details]

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T. columellaris in Vine, 1986 . [details]

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