Comprehensive Fossil Muricidae Species Checklist

The table below is a product of my ongoing efforts to compile a list of all known fossil Muricidae taxa, and includes information (when available to me) on each species' geographic / geologic range, as well as relevant comments. Please note that not all taxa listed here are valid, and where possible, I have noted those that are not. Obviously, there is a lot of work left to do, and thus I intend to continue adding to, and improving upon, this list as my schedule allows.  Feel free to send me corrections and additional information to help fill in the blanks!

NOTE:  Species are listed alphabetically by species name, since there may be disagreements as to the proper generic placement for particular shells.  Generic assignments and species synonymies are based heavily on the writings of Emily Vokes (Western Atlantic region), Geerat Vermeij (Ocenebrinae / Rapaninae), and Didier Merle (France / Europe).  Please refer to my literature references page for more information, and please, do not copy or otherwise reproduce the information in this table without first asking for my permission.



# Species Name Authority Geographic / Geologic Range Literature Reference Comments
1Murexsul? abbatiae (Wrigley, 1930)England (Eocene) per Vokes, 1971
2"Murex" abbreviatus Defrance, 1827Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
3Purpura? abjecta (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) -
4Murexiella (s.s.) absona (Cristofori & Jan, 1832)Italy, Poland, Austria (Mio/Pliocene) see Maluk website for images from Poland
5Murexiella (s.s.) absona lineata (Millet, 1854)France (Mio/Pliocene) -
6Murexiella (s.s.) absona var. abilus (de Gregorio, 1885)Austria (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
7Murex (s.s.) acanthostephes Watson, 1883Papua New Guinea (Mio/Pliocene) tentative ID per Ponder & Vokes
8Typhis (?) acanthropteris Tate, 1887Australia (Early / Middle Miocene) Keen, 1944Gellibrand Formation, Victoria
9Ocinebrina (s.s.) aciculata (Lamarck, 1822)Mediterranean / NE Atlantic (Pliocene to Recent) type species of the genus; labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001 (who doesn't list it as a fossil species)
10Poirieria (s.s.) actinophora (Dall, 1889)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.25)-
11Xanthochorus aculeata (Tate, 1888)Australia (Miocene) Vokes, 1971 lists a "Rapana aculeata" from the Eocene of Tasmania as a Hexaplex
12Typhis (Hirtotyphis) aculeatus Vella, 1961New Zealand (Early Miocene) Altonian
13Poirieria (Flexopteron) acuticostata Staadt in Cossmann & Pissaro, 1913)France (Eocene) -
14Inermicosta? acuticostata (Guembel, 1861)France (Oligocene) tentative assignment per Vermeij & Houart, 1999 (formerly in Ocenebra)
15Typhis (Talityphis) acuticostata (Conrad, 1830)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
16Dermomurex acuticostatus (Wanner & Hahn, 1935)Java (Miocene) invalid name per Vokes, 1971
17Pterynotus (Pterochelus) adelaidensis (Tate, 1888)Australia (Miocene) listed as being from the Eocene, not Miocene, in Vokes, 1971
18Vokesimurex? adelosus (E.H. Vokes, 1989)Dominican Republic (Mio/Pliocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.69)generic assignment questionable, per Vokes, 1990; assignment per Merle et al., 2011
19"Murex" adpressus Bronn, 1831Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
20Murex (s.s.) aduncospinosus Sowerby, 1841Tropical West Pacific (Pliocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.43)Fiji specimen in Ladd is listed as aff.; also in fossil record of Java, Vanuatu, Japan, Australia
21Pteropurpura (Ocinebrellus) aduncus (Sowerby, 1834)Japan to Korea, China (Pliocene to Recent) Vermeij, 2001, p.502labral tooth
22Typhis (s.s.) adventus Vella, 1961New Zealand (Middle Oligocene) Duntroonian-Waitakian
23Attiliosa aenigma Herbert & PortellUSA - Florida (Early Oligocene) -
24Undetermined affinis (= badensis?) Eichwald, 1830Central Europe (Miocene) invalid name per Vokes, 1971
25Pteropurpura (s.s.) aguilari (Bose, 1910)Mexico (Pliocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.84)-
26Chicoreus (Triplex) aitus (de Gregorio, 1885)Mediterranean (Late Miocene to Pliocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)see Merle et al., 2011 (p.105) for list of synonyms (particularly regarding brevicanthos)
27Dermomurex (s.s.) alabastrum (A. Adams, 1864)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.64)often incorrectly called "engonatus"
28Calotrophon (Panamurex) alaquaensis (Mansfield)USA - Florida, Mexico (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.42)labral tooth
29Lindapterys alata (Millet, 1854)France (Mio/Pliocene) -
30Typhis (Talityphis) alatus Sowerby, 1850Dominican Republic (Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.76)-
31Boreotrophon (Pagodula) alatus (= vaginatus?) (Eichwald, 1830)Central Europe (Miocene) invalid name per Vokes, 1971
32Poirieria (Paziella) albionis (Wrigley, 1930)England (Eocene) Barton Beds; "Murex angustus" is a synonym per Alan Morton website
33Phyllonotus aldrichi (Gardner, 1947)USA - Florida, Haiti (Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.62)-
34Attiliosa aldridgei (Nowell-Usticke, 1969)Western Atlantic region (Miocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.93); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.62)-
35Timbellus aliculus E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.9); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.53)described from a single specimen
36Mancinella (s.s.) alouina (Roding, 1798)Tropical Indo-West Pacific (Pliocene to Recent) labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
37Favartia (s.s.) alta (= cellulosa) (Dall, 1890)USA - Florida (Plio-Pleistocene) synonym of F. cellulosa, per Vokes; Petuch still uses the name however
38Homalocantha altavillae (= heptagonata?) (Libassi, 1859)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
39Chicoreus (Triplex) altenai (Cox, 1948)North Borneo (Plio-Pleistocene) per Vokes, 1971, Merle et al., 2011
40Coralliophila? alternata (Bellardi, 1872)Italy (Miocene) invalid name per Vokes, 1971
41Ocenebra? alternicosta (Michelotti, 1841)Italy (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
42Murex (s.s.) altispira Ponder & Vokes, 1988Malaysia, Indonesia-Philippines (Plio/Pleist to Recent) -
43Spinucella alveolata (Sowerby, 1829)England, Belgium, North Sea Basin (Miocene to Pliocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.505Trophonopsis per ECCG website; Vermeij considers a subspecies of S. tetragona
44Fusomurex alveolatus (=graniformis) (Tate, 1888)Australia (Miocene) listed as Paziella on the Paleobiology DB website
45Hexaplex ambernus (= austriacus?) (de Gregorio, 1885)Austria (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
46Hexaplex ambiguus Reeve, 1845Ecuador (Early Pliocene to Recent) Vokes and Vokes (unpublished)-
47Ocenebra? ambiguus (Michelotti, 1861)Italy (Miocene) invalid species per Vokes, 1971
48Chicoreus (Triplex) amblyceras (Tate, 1887)Australia (Middle Miocene) Merle et al., 2011Cossmann, 1903 called this "amblyconus" in error, per Vokes, 1971
49Hexaplex amoenus (Fuchs, 1870)Italy (Eocene) from OeType website; generic assignment per Vokes, 1971
50Murexsul amphilogos E.H. Vokes, 1992Costa Rica (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.85)-
51Undetermined amphora (Borson, 1821)Italy (Pliocene) no generic assignment given in Vokes, 1971
52Pterynotus (Purpurellus) ampistus (= bellardii?) (de Gregorio, 1885)Austria (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
53Siratus amplius (E.H. Vokes, 1989)Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.44); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.49)-
54Homalocantha anatomica (Perry, 1881)Red Sea / Indo-Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) -
55Aspella anceps (Lamarck, 1822)Italy, Poland (Mio/Pliocene) -
56Trophon anceps (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) genus assignment incorrect? (see Griffin & Pastorino, 2005)
57Ocenebra andinus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Neogene) per Vokes, 1971
58Calotrophon (s.s.) andrewsi E.H. Vokes, 1976USA - Florida, Mexico (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.89)Recent only per Vokes, 1992; Bermont Fm. per Petuch (figure resembles A. striatoides)
59Trachypollia aneureta -----Panama (Middle Miocene) Woodring, 1957 (USGS PP 306)Gatun Fm., see Paleobiology DB website
60Mexacanthina angelica (Oldroyd, 1918)Gulf of California, Mexico (Pleistocene to Recent) Vermeij, 2001, p.506Digital Murex website places in Nucella (Acanthinucella)
61Pterynotus (Pterochelus) angelus (Aldrich, 1886)USA - Mississippi (Early/Middle Oligocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p. 20)-
62Hexaplex angularis (Lamarck, 1822)West Africa (Early Pleist to Recent) Vermeij, 2001, p.499labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
63Spinucella angulata (Woodward, 1833)France (Middle Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.505also Pleistocene of England, per Vokes, 1971?
64Trophonopsis angustevaricata (Gripp, 1912)Denmark, Germany (Oligocene) placed in Boreotrophon (Pagodula) by Vokes, 1971
65Pterynotus (s.s.) angustifolius (Kautsky, 1925)Belgium, Netherlands (Miocene) -
66Vokesimurex anniae (M. Smith, 1940)USA - Florida, Yucatan Peninsula (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.21)Bermont Fm.
67Homalocantha antecedens (Ludbrook, 1958)Australia (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
68Dermomurex (Trialatella) antecessor E.H. Vokes, 1975USA - Florida, Costa Rica; Panama (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.74)-
69Marchia antiqua Merle, 1989France (Eocene) -
70Concholepas antiquata TateAustralia (Miocene) -
71Magilus antiquus Montfort, 1810Indo-Pacific (Miocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977; MacNeil, 1960; Martin, 1879; Aswan, 2006Yontan limestone (Early Pleist) of Japan; mid to late Miocene of Java, Indonesia
72Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) antiquus (Gabb, 1864)USA - California (Eocene) Keen, 1944
73Typhis (Hirtotyphis) aoteanus Vella, 1961New Zealand (Late Miocene) Tongaporutuan
74Purpura aperta (Blainville, 1832)West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ostergaard, 1928 (Library of Congress)listed in Ostergaard, 1928 as being found in the Pleistocene of Oahu, Hawaii
75Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) apheles E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic, Haiti (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.80)Baitoa and Thomonde Formations
76Xymene apipagoda -----New Zealand (Late Eocene) Ponder, 1972; Tan, 2003, p.954-
77Chicoreus (Triplex) aquitanicus (Grateloup, 1833)Western/Central Europe (Miocene) Merle et al., 2011Miocene of France, Belgium, Netherlands, Austria, and Turkey; "aquitaniensis" is same sp.
78Pteropurpura (s.s.) arakanensis (Noetling, 1898)Myanmar (Burma) (Oligocene) Vredenburg, 1921Sitsayan Formation, Rupelian; see Paleobiology DB website; see also Vokes, 1971
79Chicoreus (Triplex) aratus (Bellardi, 1872)Italy (Middle Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p. 105)also mentioned in Vokes, 1971
80Hexaplex ardjunoi (Beets, 1941)Indonesia, Borneo (Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.499labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
81Trophonopsis? areolifer (Sandberger, 1863)Germany (Oligocene) possibly a synonym of peregra, per Vokes, 1971
82Poirieria (Paziella) argillacea (Wrigley, 1930)Europe (Eocene) Ypresian, per Eofavartia article
83"Murex" arietinus Millet, 1866France (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
84Poirieria (Paziella) armatus (Geinitz, 1875)Germany (Cretaceous) invalid name per Vokes, 1971
85Ocinebrina (s.s.) arnaudi (F&T in Gaudry, 1873)France (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
86Chicoreus (s.s.) arrakensis -----India (Early Miocene) Harzhauser, 2007; Lyngdoh et al., 1999Chengapara Formation; see Paleobiology DB website (not listed in Merle et al.)
87Siratus articulatus (Reeve, 1845)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.51); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.46)-
88Ocenebra? asanoi (Masuda, 1956)Japan (Middle Miocene) Uchimura and Majima, 1992Furanui Formation, Langhian; see Paleobiology DB website; genus per Vokes, 1971
89Acanthotrophon ascensus (E.H. Vokes, 1976)Costa Rica (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.92)Petuch claims also found in Bermont Fm. of Florida (as Calotrophon)
90Ocenebra? aschersoni (Quaas, 1902)Libya (Late Cretaceous) Vermeij, 2007, p.492preservation insufficient to determine existence of sealed canal, per Vermeij, 2007
91Ecphora (s.s.) asheri Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Little Cove Point Unit (Serravallian)
92Phyllonotus ashiyaensis (Nagao, 1928)Japan (Oligocene) Oyama et al., 1960; Mizuno, 1964; Honda, 1989found in the Nishisonogian Stage, per Mizuno, 1964; also Waita Fm. (not in Merle et al)
93Chicoreus (s.s.) asianus Kuroda, 1942Japan to Taiwan (Pliocene to Recent) Vermeij, 2001, p.499labral tooth
94Pterynotus (s.s.) asper (Solander in Brander, 1766)England (Eocene) invalid name for P. crenulatus tricarinatus
95Lepsiella (Bedeva?) asperulus (Tate, 1888)Australia (Miocene) Bedeva only in Pliocene and younger of New Zealand, per Tan, 2003
96Muricopsis (Risomurex) aspinosa (Meyer, 1886)USA - Mississippi (Oligocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.71)-
97Homalocantha astensis (= heptagonata?) (Bellardi & Michelotti, 1841)Italy (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
98Dermomurex (Takia) asteriscus (Tate, 1888)Australia (Miocene) -
99Pterynotus (s.s.) athenasi (Vasseur in Cossmann, 1897)France (Eocene) -
100Calotrophon (s.s.) attenuata (=ostrearum) (Dall, 1890)USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.86)Caloosahatchee Fm., synonymized by Vokes but recognized by Petuch
101Poirieria (Pazinotus) attonans (Boettger, 1906)Romania (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
102Poirieria (Paziella) aturensis (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1923)France (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
103Poirieria (Paziella) aturi (Deshayes, 1865)France (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
104Orania atus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
105Trophonopsis? aulacophora (Cossmann & Pissaro, 1913)France (Eocene) -
106Siphoecphora aurora (Wilson, 1987)USA - N. Carolina (Miocene) Belhaven Member of Pungo River Fm. (Langhian)
107Timbellus aurorae Garvie, 1991USA - Alabama (Paleocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.8)-
108Urosalpinx auroraensis Petuch, 1994USA - N. Carolina (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994James City Fm., Lee Creek Mine and Waccamaw Fm.
109Typhis (s.s.) australis Vella, 1961Australia, New Zealand (Oligocene) -
110Hexaplex austriacus (Tournouer, 1875)Austria, Turkey (Miocene) -
111Jsowerbya auversiensis (Deshayes, 1865)France, England (Eocene) found in Barton Beds of the UK, per Alan Morton website; Cossmann's figure = baudoni?
112Ocinebrina (s.s.) avitensis (Coss. & Peyrot, 1924)France (Early Miocene) Aquitanian; labrla tooth per Vermeij, 2001
113Pterynotus (Pterochelus) awamoanus (Finlay, 1930)New Zealand (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
114Chicoreus (Triplex) axicornis (Lamarck, 1822)Indo-West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.42)First recorded as fossil in Pleistocene of Vanuatu
115Indotyphis bantamensis (Oostingh, 1933)Java (Plo/Pleistocene) Keen, 1944
116Naquetia barclayi (Reeve, 1857)Indo-West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.43)Pleistocene of Vanuatu, Holocene of Mauritius (syn: annandalei)
117Trophon barvicensis (Johnston, 1825)Belgium (Pliocene) per ECCG website
118Chicoreus (Triplex) basicinctus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Eartly Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)-
119Chicoreus (Triplex) batavianus (Martin, 1884)Indonesia (Late Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)-
120Jsowerbya baudoni (Morlet, 1888)France (Eocene) auversiensis a synonym?
121Coralliophila (Pseudomurex) bayeri Ladd, 1977Palau (Late Miocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.41)-
122Siratus beauii (Fischer & Bernardi)USA - Louisiana; Florida to Uruguay (Post-Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.53)-
123Ocenebra (s.s.) beaumonti (Grateloup, 1840)France (Miocene) -
124Forreria (s.s.) belcheri (Hinds)USA - California (Pleistocene to Recent) Vermeij, 2001, p.504type of the genus
125Forreria (s.s.) belcheri avita (Nomland)USA - California (Pliocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504Etchegoin Formation
126Vokesimurex bellegladeensis (E.H. Vokes, 1963)Southeastern US, Mexico (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.21)Bermont Fm.
127Hexaplex? bendeica -----Nigeria (Eocene) Arua and Hoque, 1989Shelly Shale facies Member (Ameke Formation); see Paleo DB website
128Pseduocolumbarium benjaminum (Olivera, 1994)Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile
129Ocenebra (s.s.) benoisti (Coss. & Peyrot, 1924)France (Miocene) -
130Pteropurpura (s.s.) bequaerti (Clench & Farfante, 1945)USA - N. Carolina to Gulf of Mexico (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.86)-
131Vokesimurex bermontianus (=rubidus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Bermont Fm.
132Muricopsis (?) bernayi (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) has been referred to the genus Malarckia
133Stramonita (s.s.) berryi Olsson, 1932Peru (Late Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.25 (?)possibly the same species as S. bifida, per Vermeij, 2001; Tumbez Fm.; Vermeij and Carlson, 2000 refer to a "Cymia berryi" from the late Eocene of Peru
134Xymene beui Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile
135Bolinus beyrichi (v. Koenen, 1889)Belgium/Neth, Denmark, Germany, Hungary (?Late Eoc to Mid Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (pp.76-77)as "inornatus (Beyrich, 1854)"; "paucispinatus (Telegdi-Roth, 1914)" in Oligo of Hungary
136Rapana bezoar (Linne, 1758)Japan to SE Asia, S. Africa, India (Holocene to Recent) Hasegawa and Matsushima, 1968found in Sakuragicho Fm. (Holocene of Japan); see Paleobiology Database website
137Ocinebrina (s.s.) bicaudata (Borson, 1821)France, southern Europe (Middle Miocene) Langhian; labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
138Tritonopsis (s.s.) biconica (Dall, 1915)USA - N. Carolina (Oligocene) extinct genus, per Vermeij, 2001
139Murexsul biconicus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Mio/Pliocene) -
140Chesathais biconicus (Dall, 1915)USA - Florida (Oligo/Miocene) Tampa Bay Limestone (Aquitanian)
141?Chicoreus bicostatus (Deshayes, 1835)France (Middle Eocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.106)-
142Stramonita (s.s.) bifida Vermeij, 2001Venezuela (Lower Miocene) earliest member of the S. haemastoma group in the Americas, per Vermeij, 2001
143Timbellus bifrons (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) -
144Pterynopsis (s.s.) binominatus (Staadt in Cossmann, 1909)England, Belgium (Pliocene) -
145Daphnellopsis bipartitum (Vasseur)France (Middle Eocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.24Lutetian
146Stramonita (s.s.) biserialis -----USA - California (Late Pleistocene to Recent) -
147Pterynotus (Ponderia) bispinosa (J. de C. Sowerby, 1823)England (Eocene) Barton Beds; Cossmann's figure = caillati?
148Chorus (s.s.) blainvillei (d'Orbigny, 1842)Peru (Pliocene) DeVries, 1997 (TS 30, p.137)legitimate? (see Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile - verify with DeVries literature)
149Muricopsis (s.s.) blainvillei (=cristata) (Payraudeau, 1826)Italy/Mediterranean (Pliocene to Recent) -
150Babelomurex (s.s.) blowi Ladd, 1976Vanuatu (Pleistocene) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.45)described on the basis of a single specimen
151Ocenebra? boeckhi var. Hoernes & Auinger, 1886Austria (-) from OeType website
152Pteropurpura (s.s.) boesei Vermeih & Vokes, 1997Mexico (Miocene) -
153Vaughtia bonaccorsi (Carrington & Kensley, 1969)South Africa (Pliocene) -
154Vokesimurex bonneti (Cossmann, 1903)India, Japan (Late Miocene to Pliocene) MacNeil, 1960; Hendy, 2007; Merle et al., 2011also classified as Tubicauda; Japan specimens tentatively assigned to this species
155Trophonopsis? bonneti (Cossmann & Pissaro, 1913)France (Eocene) -
156Chicoreus (Triplex) borni (Hoernes, 1856)Austria (Middle Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)-
157Chicoreus (Triplex) bourgeoisi (Tournouer, 1875)France (Mio/Pliocene) Merle et al., 2011 place this in Hexaplex
158Daphnellopsis boutillieri (Cossmann)France (Middle Eocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.24Lutetian
159Poirieria (Pazinotus) bowdenensis E.H. Vokes, 1970Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.36)-
160Ceratostoma brachypteron (A. Adams, 1862)Japan (Late Miocene to Recent) Macneil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.64)Yonabaru Clay Member (Shimajiri Fm.); Yontan Limestone Member
161Coralliophila (Pseudomurex) bracteata (Brocchi, 1814)Belgium, Poland, Germany (Miocene to Pliocene) Vandenberghe et al., 2005; Weinrich, 1997per ECCG website, also Baluk; Paleobiology Database website
162Coralliophila (Pseudomurex) bracteata var. aripus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Neogene) per Vokes, 1971
163Ecphora (Latecphora) bradleyae Petuch, 1987USA - Florida (Pliocene) Buckingham Fm. (Zanclian)
164Ecphora (Latecphora) bradleyae hertwecki Petuch, 1988USA - Florida (Pliocene) Buckingham Fm. (Zanclian)
165Bolinus brandaris brandaris (Linne, 1758)Western/Central Europe (Miocene to Recent) fossil forms generally all placed in B. brandaris torularius, though there has been much debate
166Bolinus brandaris torularius (Lamarck, 1822)Western/Central Europe (Mid Miocene to Pleist) two ecological subpopulations recognized by DaMarco; 2nd form is called ponderosa
167Bolinus brandaris torularius var. ponderosa -----Italy (Pliocene) ecological subpopulation "B" per DaMarco
168Bolinus brandaris var. altavillensis (Seguenza, 1875)Italy (Pliocene) Pietrafitta (per Inzani & Bertarelli); not dicussed in DaMarca article; Vokes, 1971 lists author as de Gregorio
169Bolinus brandaris var. assimilis (Cristofori & Jan, 1832)Italy (Pliocene) invalid name per Vokes, 1971
170Hexaplex brassica (Lamarck, 1822)Ecuador, Costa Rica (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990; Olsson, 1942-
171Trophonopsis? brevaculeata (Jannsen, 1884)France (Oligocene) Pierrefitte, Paris Basin (Rupelian)
172Hexaplex brevicanthos (Sismonda, 1847)Italy (Mid Miocene to Pliocene) -
173Hexaplex brevicanthos var. aitus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
174Hexaplex brevicanthos var. argebus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
175Timbellus brevicauda (Hebert)Belgium (Miocene) -
176Litozamia brevicaudatus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) genus assignment incorrect? (see Griffin & Pastorino, 2005)
177Thais (s.s.) brevicula Vermeij, 2001Venezuela (Lower Miocene) described from 2 worn specimens
178Chicoreus (Triplex) brevifrons (Lamarck, 1822)Western Atlantic region (Miocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.34)-
179Ocenebra (s.s.) brevirobusta Houart, 2000Moroccan Atlantic coast and northward (Pleistocene to Recent) Brebion called these "Murex torosus"
180Murex (s.s.) brevispina brevispina Lamarck, 1822Tanzania (Holocene) -
181Murex (s.s.) brevispina macgillivrayi Dohrn, 1862Java / Malaysia, Australia, PNG (Plio/Pleist to Recent) -
182Eupleura brevispira Mansfield, 1930USA - Florida (Pliocene) Herbert dissertationCancellaria zone, Jackson Bluff Formation; E. leonensis is a synonym?
183Ocenebra (Hadriania) brevituba (Millet, 1854)France (Mio/Pliocene) My figured specimen labelled as variety trituba
184Ocenebra (Hadriania) brocchi (= craticuloides) (Monterosato, 1872)Mediterranean/Morocco (Late Miocene to Recent) first appears in the Tortonian of Italy
185Cymia buchivacoana cantaurana Hodson, 1931Venezuela (Miocene) -
186Purpura bufo (Lamarck, 1822)Indo-West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.44)recorded as fossil in Pleistocene of Vanuatu
187Coralliophila (s.s.) bulbiformis (Conrad, 1837)Tropical Indo-West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ostergaard, 1928 (Library of Congress)Ostergaard, 1928 records in the Pleistocene of Oahu, Hawaii
188Rapana bulbosa -----Pakistan (Miocene to Pliocene) Crame, 1984; Vredenburg, 1925Talar Sandstone; Mekran Formation; see Paleobiology DB website
189Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) bullisi Gertman, 1969Costa Rica to Venezuela (Pleistocene to Recent) -
190Murex (Promurex) bullocki Yokoyama, 1924Japan (Pliocene) -
191Coralliophila (s.s.) burdigalensis (Tournouer, 1874)France (Late Oligo to Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001; Lozouet & Renard, 1998, p.173; Cahuzac & Chaix, 1994Oligocene examples are poorly preserved juveniles and ID is uncertain; Aquitanian / Burdigalian
192Coralliophila (s.s.) burdigalensis var. subangulifera Cossmann and Peyrot, 1924France (Early Miocene) Lozouet & Renard, 1998, p.173synonymized with the parent species, per Lozouet and Renard, 1998
193Timbellus burnsii (Aldrich)USA - Mississippi (Early/Middle Oligocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.14)-
194Xanthochorus buxeus (Broderip 1833)Peru / Chile (Late Pliocene to Recent) DeVries, 2005; Vermeij, 2001 (p.505)Late Miocene and Pliocene of Peru; Pleistocene of Chile
195Vokesimurex cabritii (Bernardi, 1859)Costa Rica, SE US to Nicaragua (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.23)-
196Navidadina caciquei Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on species from the Miocene of Chile
197Ocenebra? caelatus badensis Hoernes & Auinger, 1886Austria (-) from OeType website
198Pterynotus (Ponderia) caillati (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) -
199Cymia calcarata (Grateloup, 1833)France (Miocene) -
200Thais (s.s.) calcarata -----France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitanian of Saucats; see Paleobiology DB website
201Crassimurex calcitrapa (Lamarck, 1803)France (Eocene) -
202Crassimurex calcitrapa crispa (Lamarck, 1803)France (Eocene) -
203Homalocantha calhounensis (E.H. Vokes, 1968)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.119)-
204Pterotyphis (Pterotyphis) calhounensis Gertman, 1969USA - Florida (Early Miocene) -
205Stramonita (s.s.) caloosana (=haemastoma canaliculata) (Tucker & Wilson, 1933)USA - Florida (Pliocene) "subjectively synonymous" with S. haemastoma canaliculata, per Vermeij, 2001 (Pinecrest Beds)
206Eupleura calusa Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994-
207Chicoreus (Triplex) calusa (=floridanus) Petuch, 1991USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Caloosahatchee Fm.
208Ecphora (s.s.) calvertensis Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Calvert Fm. (Langhian)
209Timbellus calvus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) -
210Trophon camachoi Griffin & Pastorino, 2005Argentina (Late Oligo / Early Mio) El Chacay Formation
211Concholepas camerata DeVries, 2000Peru (Pliocene) DeVries, 2000 (Veliger 43(1):43-50); Vermeij, 2001-
212Hexaplex? camplytropis (Tate, 1888)Australia (Miocene)
213Favartia (s.s.) canaliculata (Bellardi, 1872)Italy (Pliocene) -
214Nucella (s.s.) canaliculata (Duclos, 1832)USA - Oregon, Washington (Early Late Mio to Recent) Addicott, 1983 (USGS PP 774-G, p.G13)lower part of Empire Fm.; labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
215Forreria (s.s.) cancellaroides (Arnold)USA - California (Early to Middle Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504-
216Nucella (Acanthina) cancellata (Bellardi, 1882)Italy (Pliocene) -
217Stephanosalpinx candelabra Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Petuch, 1993 (Nautilus 106(4):155-173); Vermeij, 2001, p.491possibly a Panamurex with labral tooth (see discussion in Vermeij, 2001, p.499)
218Pterynotus (s.s.) canhami (Wood, 1872)Belgium (Pliocene) per ECCG website
219Pterynopsis (s.s.) canhami minor (Hormer, 1914)France (Mio/Pliocene) -
220Urosalpinx cannabinis (Conrad, 1844)USA - Virginia (Pliocene) -
221Pseudomurex cantharoides (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1923)France (Miocene) -
222Poirieria (Flexopteron) capito (Philippi, 1843)Germany, Denmark (Oligocene) FLMNHsee OeType website; formerly a subspecies/variant of deshayesi; used to be classified as Boreotrophon
223Chicoreus (Rhizophorimurex) capucinus (Lamarck, 1822)Indo-Pacific (Middle Miocene to Recent) Oostingh, 1935Indonesia and Japan; see Paleobiology DB website
224Stramonita (s.s.) carinifera (Lamarck, 1816)Indo-Pacific (Miocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.41)see Ladd for a list of countries in which fossil specimens have been found
225Forreria (s.s.) carisaensis (Anderson)USA - California (Late Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504Santa Margarita Formation
226Muregina carlosmartini DeVries, 2005Peru (Cenozoic) see DeVries, 2005 for details
227Favartia (Caribiella) carmenae E.H. Vokes, 1994Mexico (Miocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.136)-
228Typhis (Talityphis) carmenae Gertman, 1969Mexico (Miocene) -
229Trisecphora (s.s.) carolinensis (Petuch, 1989)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
230Nucella (s.s.) carrizoensis (Loel & Corey, 1932)USA - California, Japan (Miocene) synonym of N. tokudai
231Xanthochorus cassidiformis (Blainville 1832)Peru / Chile, Galapagos (Late Pliocene to Recent) DeVries, 2005-
232Aspella castor Radwin & D'Attilio, 1976Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.57); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.58)-
233Xanthochorus cataclasis -----Peru (Early Pliocene) -
234Eupleura caudata (Say, 1822)USA - Florida (Plio/Pleist to Recent) -
235Inermicosta? cazeauxi (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1924)France (Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Burdigalian/Helvetian of SW France; generic assignment is tentative (Ocinebrina?)
236Murexsul cedillatus (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1924)France, Belgium (?) (Miocene) ECCG website lists a "Muricopsis aff. Cedillata" from the Miocene of Belgium
237Favartia (s.s.) cellulosa (Conrad, 1846)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.122)-
238Siphonochelus (s.s.) cercadicus (Maury, 1917)Dominican Republic (Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.79)-
239Trisecphora (s.s.) chamnessi (Petuch, 1988)USA - N. Carolina (Miocene) Pungo River Fm. (Langhian)
240Cymia charlesworthi (Edwards)England (Oligocene) Upper Hamstead Beds; C. monoplex is a synonym, per Alan Morton website
241Nucella (Acanthina?) chattertoni Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertation-
242"Tritonalia" checjsliensis Sinelnikova, 1990Russia (Early Middle Miocene) see Amano & Vermeij, 1998; Kakert Formation; related to Ocinebrellus?
243Orania cheilotoma (Hoernes)Poland, Austria, Europe (Early Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000; Mandic et al., 2002Badenian/Burdigalian; referable to the ergalataxine group per Vermeij, 2001; not Coralliophila
244Chesatrophon (s.s.) chesapeakeanus (Martin, 1904)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
245Ecphora (s.s.) chesapeakensis Petuch, 1992USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
246Siratus chipolanus (Dall, 1890)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.40)-
247Typhis (Typhinellus) chipolanus Gertman, 1969USA - Florida (Early Miocene) -
248Concholepas chirotensis DeVries, 2000Chile (Miocene) -
249Planecphora choptankensis (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) Drum Cliff Member of Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
250Pterorytis (Microrhytis) christopheri Vermeih & Vokes, 1997Venezuela (Miocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.101)-
251Vokesimurex chrysostoma (Sowerby, 1834)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.13)-
252Siratus ciboney (Clench & Farfante, 1945)Haiti; Caribbean Sea (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.49)-
253Urosalpinx cinereus (Say, 1822)USA - N. Carolina, Florida (Pliocene to Recent) -
254Calotrophon (Panamurex) clarksvillensis (Mansfield, 1937)USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.44)Jackson Bluff Fm. & Pinecrest Beds; labral tooth
255Boreotrophon clathratus (Linne, 1767)Norway, England (Late Pliocene to Recent) Hansson 1998 checklistsee Hansson's 1998 Scandinavian marine mollusca checklist
256Typhis (s.s.) clifdenensis Vella, 1961New Zealand (Early Miocene) -
257Trophon climacodes (Philippi, 1887)Chile (Miocene) see Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile
258Forreria (s.s.) coalingensis (Arnold)USA - California (Late Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504Etchegoin Formation
259Cymia cocoditana Hodson, 1931Venezuela (Miocene) -
260Ocenebra (Hadriania) coelata Dujardin, 1837Netherlands/Belgium, Poland, Denmark? (Miocene) see ECCG website; need to verify genus and ID of specimens in my collection
261Ocinebrina (s.s.) coelata (Dujardin, 1837)Austria, Slovenia (?) (Miocene) need to verify genus and ID of specimens in my collection
262Hexaplex colei (Palmer)USA - Texas, South Carolina (Middle Eocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.75)-
263Poirieria (Flexopteron) collata (Guppy)Dominican Republic, Jamaica (Pliocene to Plio-Pleist) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.35); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.57)Gurabo, Mao, and Bowden Formations
264Favartia (?) collega (Boettger, 1906)Belgium (Miocene) per ECCG website
265Nucella (s.s.) collomi Carson, 1926USA - California (Late Miocene) -
266Inermicosta? colorata (Degrange-Touzin, 1894)France (Middle Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.502Langhian; generic assignment is tentative (Ocinebrina?); labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
267Carhuaspina comotrana DeVries, 2005Peru (Cenozoic) see DeVries, 2005 for details
268Naquetia compactus (Gabb)Dominican Republic (Mio/Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.70); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.42)Merle et al., 2011 questionably place this species in Naquetia
269Odontopolys compsorhytes (Gabb, 1860)US - Texas (Cretaceous) -
270Murexsul comptulus E.H. Vokes, 1994USA - S. Carolina (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.84)-
271Drupella concatenata (= fragum) (Lamarck, 1822)Indo-West Pacific (Upper Miocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.45)-
272Ocinebrina (s.s.) concerpta (Bellardi, 1872)Italy (Pliocene) labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
273Concholepas concholepas (Bruguiere, 1789)SE Pacific, South Africa (Early Pleist to Recent) -
274Ocenebra (s.s.) confluens (Eichwald, 1853)Poland (Miocene) Baluk, 2006 places in Purpura (Tritonalia)
275Thais (s.s.) connectens (Bellardi, 1882)Italy (Pliocene) -
276Ecphora (s.s.) conoyensis Petuch, 2004USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
277Pterorytis (s.s.) conradi (=fluviana) (Dall, 1890)USA - N. Carolina (Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.94)Chowan River Fm., Lee Creek Texasgulf Mine
278Inermicosta? conspicua (=acuticostata?) (Braun in Sandberger, 1863)Germany (Oligocene) synonymized with acuticostata by Vokes, 1971; generic assignment is tentative
279Poirieria (Pazinotus?) constantiae (D'Ancona, 1871)Italy (Pliocene) -
280Siratus consuela (Verril, 1950)Gulf of Mexico / Caribbean Sea (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.46)-
281Pterynotus (Pterochelus) contabulatus (Lamarck, 1804)France (Eocene) -
282Trophon contortus Brunet, 1997Argentina (Middle or Late Miocene) Puerto Madryn Formation
283Ergalatax contracta (Reeve, 1846)Indo-Pacific, Red Sea, Mediterranean (Holocene to Recent) -
284Dermomurex (Takia) cookei E.H. Vokes, 1975USA - Mississippi (Early/Middle Oligocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.80)oldest member of Dermomurex in the New World
285Calotrophon (Panamurex) corniculatus (Vertgneau, 1959)France (Oligocene) -
286Chicoreus (Triplex) cornurectus (Guppy)Western Atlantic region (Miocene to Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.33); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.31)-
287Drupella cornus (Roding, 1798)Indo-West Pacific, Red Sea (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.44)found in the Pleistocene of Vanuatu
288Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) coronarius (=muticus) (Deshayes, 1865)France, England (Eocene) a synonym of S. (L.) muticus
289Chicoreus (Triplex) corrigendum E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic, Venezuela (Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.25); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.34)-
290Ocenebra coryphaena WoodringUSA - California (Pliocene to Pleistocene) Powell & Stevens, 2000San Pedro Formation
291Chicoreus Triplex cosmani Abbott & Finlay, 1979Dominican Republic, Jamaica to V.I. (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.28); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.35)known in the fossil record from a single specimen (Gurabo Formation)
292Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) costaricensis (Olsson, 1922)Costa Rica (Miocene) -
293Leptoconchus costatus (Chenu, 1843)France (Late Oligo to Early Miocene) Lozouet and Renard, 1998, p.178; Lozouet, 1998Chattian, Aquitanian
294Coralliophila (s.s.) costularis (Lamarck, 1816)Indo-Pacific, Red Sea (Pleistocene to Recent) -
295Dermomurex (s.s.) cotteaui (Stanislas-Meunier, 1880)France (Oligocene) oldest member of Dermomurex in the Old World
296Vokesimurex coulsoni (Ladd, 1977)Fiji (Miocene to Pliocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.38); Merle et al., 2011 (p.70)previously considered a subspecies of bantamensis; see Paleobiology DB website
297Chorus (s.s.) covacevichi DeVries, 1997Chile (Pliocene) DeVries, 1997 (TS 30, p.136)-
298Dermomurex (s.s.) cracentis E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.61); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.61)-
299Muricopsis (Risomurex) crassicosta (Benoist, 1873)France, USA - Florida, Venezuela (Miocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.72); Lozouet et al., 2001Also found in the Cantaure Formation of Venezuela
300Vitularia (Lyropurpura) crassicostata (Deshayes, 1835)France (Eocene) -
301Ocinebrina (s.s.) crassilabiata trivaricosa Baldi, 1964Central / Western Paratethys (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Baldi, 1973regarded as transitional between Oligocene O. conspicua & Miocene O. crassilabiata
302Dermomurex? crassiliratus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Pliocene) -
303Thais (s.s.) crassulnata Hedley, 1915Australia (Pleistocene) -
304Ocenebra (Hadriana) craticulata (Brocchi, 1814)Austria (Miocene) from OeType website; see also Paleo DB website
305Ocenebra (Hadriana) credneri (Hoernes & Auinger)Austria, Poland, Slovenia (Middle Miocene) found in the Middle Miocene (Sarmatian) of Slovenia, per Mikuz & Horvat
306Timbellus crenulatus tricarinatus (Roding, 1798)England / France (Eocene) this form found in the Bracklesham Beds of the UK
307Timbellus crenulatus tricuspidatus (Deshayes, 1835)England / France (Eocene) often called P. asper (most common form in the UK, Barton Beds)
308Timbellus crenulatus trigonus (Roualt)France (Eocene) -
309Poirieria (Paziella) cretacea Garvie, 1992USA - Texas (Cretaceous) Garvie, 1992 (TS 25); Vokes, 1992 (TS 25)Campanian-Maastrichtian, per M&H 2003
310Homalocantha crispangula (Heilprin, 1886)USA - Florida (Oligo/Miocene) -
311Muricopsis (s.s.) cristata (Brocchi, 1814)Mediterranean / N. Africa, Vienna Basin (Miocene to Recent) Baluk figures 2 specimens from the Miocene of Poland, both lacking spines
312Muricopsis (s.s.) cristata var. adellus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
313"Eupleura" crowfooti (Wood, 1879)England (Late Pliocene) Coralline Crag Fm.; should be reassigned from Eupleura (see Herbert, 2005)
314Trophonopsis? cuisensis (Cossmann & Pissaro, 1913)France (Eocene) -
315Urosalpinx cumberlandiana (Gabb, 1860)USA - New Jersey (Late Oligo / Early Mio) -
316Lyrotyphis (s.s.) cuniculosus (Nyst, 1836)France, Denmark, Belgium, Hungary (Oligocene / Early Mio?) Baldi, 1973Upper Oligocene of France and Hungary (see Keen, 1944; Baldi, 1973)
317Urosalpinx curtansata (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) formerly referred to Vitularia (see Paleo DB website)
318Kestocenebra curvicosta (Grateloup, 1840)France (Early Miocene) see Vermeij, 1998; Bordeaux and Saucats (Burdigalian)
319Dermomurex (Takia) curviductus E.H. Vokes, 1975USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.84)-
320Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) curvirostratus (Conrad, 1848)USA - Mississippi (Oligocene) -
321Pterynotus (Purpurellus) cyclopterus (Millet, 1866)France, Poland (Mio/Pliocene) -
322Favartia? czjzeki (Hornes)Poland (Middle Miocene) per Baluk website
323Calotrophon (s.s.) dadeensis (=ostrearum?) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Pinecrest Beds (Bird Road)
324Pterynotus (Ponderia) daguini (Magne, 1940)France (Eocene) -
325Pterynotus? danicus -----Denmark (Paleocene) generic assignment does not seem correct
326Siphonochelus (Pilsbrytyphis) darienensis Gertman, 1969Panama (Miocene) -
327Xymene dautzenbergi von Ihering, 1897Patagonia (Unknown) see Beu et al., 1997
328Phyllonotus davisi Richards, 1943USA - N. Carolina (Oligocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.60)-
329Latiaxis (Tolema) deburghiae Reeve, 1847Vanuatu, Japan, Indonesia, Fiji (Late Pliocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.45); Nomura and Zinbo. 1934also placed in Babelomurex
330Jaton decussatus (Gmelin, 1791)West Africa (Late Pleistocene to Recent) Vermeij, 1998 / 2001 (p.502)only species of Jaton with a labral tooth, per Vermeij, 2001
331Muricopsis (Risomurex) deformis (Reeve, 1846)Costa Rica (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.76)-
332Muricopsis (?) defossus (Pilkington)England (Eocene) Barton Beds; Cossmann's figure = sublamellosis?
333Pteropurpura (s.s.) delbosiana Grateloup, 1848France, Turkey, Austria (Miocene) P. scalariformis is a potential variety from the Burdigalian of Belgium
334Planecphora delicata Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Boston Cliffs Member of Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
335Spinidrupa demissa E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Miocene to Pliocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.88)Cercado and Gurabo Formations
336Siratus denegatus (Jung, 1965)Venezuela (Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.40)-
337Chicoreus (Triplex) dennanti (Tate, 1887)Australia (Middle Miocene) Tate, 1887; Merle et al., 2011Muddy Creek Fm.
338Typhis (Rugotyphis) dentatus Johnson, 1899USA - Mississippi (Eocene) Keen, 1944-
339Urosalpinx denticulatus E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Late Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.90); Vermeij, 2001, p.504Cercado Formation; based on a single specimen; no labral tooth
340Muricopsis (?) denudata (Deshayes, 1835)France (Eocene) -
341Jsowerbya depauperata (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) -
342Ocenebra (s.s.) depoensis Moore, 1963USA - Oregon (Early Middle Miocene) Moore, 1963 (USGS PP 419, p.34)known and described from one specimen, Astoria Formation
343Ocinebrina (s.s.) dertonensis MayerAustria, Slovenia, Bulgaria (Miocene) Mikuz & Horvatfrom OeType website; in Mid Miocene (Sarmatian) of Slovenia; possibly subspecies of sublavata?
344Poirieria (Flexopteron) deshayesi (Nyst, 1836)Germany, Denmark, Hungary (Oligocene to Miocene) Baldi, 1973as "Boreotrophon deshayesi" in the Oligo/Mio of Denmark; Baldi places in Hexaplex
345Concholepas deshayesi Rambur, 1862France (Miocene) -
346Poirieria (Flexopteron) deshayesi permagna (Schaffer, 1912)Austria (-) from OeType website
347Poirieria (Paziella) deslongchampsi (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) -
348?Chicoreus diderrichi (Vincent, 1913)?Angola, Cameroon (?Late Paleo to Early Eocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.106)"Murex camerunensis" Oppenheim, 1904 is a possible synonym
349Timbellus didymus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) -
350Vokesimurex diegelae (=rubidus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Holey Land Unit
351Chicoreus (Triplex) dilectus (A. Adams)Gulf of Mexico region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.29)Bermont & Ft. Thompson Fms.
352Typhis (Typhina) disjunctus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Early to Mid Miocene) Keen, 1944Balcomian; Muddy Creek and Schnapper Point (see Keen, 1944)
353Latiaxis (s.s.) dissitus -----Australia (Late Miocene) Ludbrook, 1953Dry Creek Sands Formation, South Australia; see Paleobiology DB website
354Hexaplex distans (Deshayes, 1835)France (Eocene) -
355Homalocantha? distans (Deshayes, 1835)France (Eocene) Merle, 2003 refers to this as ?Favartia
356Dermomurex (?) distinctus (=scalaroides?) (De Cristofori & Jan, 1832)Italy (Pliocene to Recent) -
357Murex (s.s.) djarianensis djarianensis Martin, 1895Java, Indonesia (Miocene to Pliocene) -
358Murex (s.s.) djarianensis poppei Houart, 1979Malaysia (Plio/Pleistocene) -
359Chorus (s.s.) doliaris (Philippi, 1887)Chile (Late Pliocene) DeVries, 1997 (TS 30, p.133)-
360Vokesimurex dolichourus (Ponder & Vokes, 1988)Indo-Pacific (Plio/Pleist to Recent) Merle et al., 2011 (P.69)-
361Trophonopsis (?) dollfusi (Brebion, 1964)France (Mio/Pliocene) -
362Siratus domingensis (Guppy, 1866)Western Atlantic region (Miocene to Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.50); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.43)-
363Vitularia (s.s.) dominicana E.H. Vokes, 1977Dominican Republic (Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.93)Gurabo Formation
364Poirieria (Paziella) dominicensis (Gabb)Dominican Republic, Mexico (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.29); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.55)-
365Chesathais donaldasheri Petuch, 1989USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
366Vokesimurex donmoorei (Bullis, 1964)Northern South America (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.18)-
367Phyllonotus dormani E.H. Vokes, 1967USA - Mississippi (Oligocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.60)-
368Favartia (Pygmaepterys) drezi (Vokes & D'Attilio, 1980)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.141)-
369Edithais drezi E.H. Vokes, 1972USA - Florida (Early Miocene) extinct genus; see Vermeij, 1998
370Pterorytis (Microrhytis) dryas (Gardner, 1947)USA - Florida & possibly Haiti (Miocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.104)-
371Ocinebrina (s.s.) dubuissoni (Vasseur, 1881)France (Eocene) -
372Nucellopsis dudariensis (Strausz, 1966)France (Eocene) Merle, 1999; Merle, 2005Bartonian of Le Guepelle; Late Lutetian of Hungary; "erroneously identified" as J. depauperata by Cossmann & Pissarro
373Chicoreus (Triplex) duerri (=dilectus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Bermont Fm.; synonym named by Petuch after Vokes' 1990 update of the genus
374Jaton dufrenoyi (Grateloup, 1847)France (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Aquitanian and Burdigalian of SW France
375Muricopsis (s.s.) dujardini (Peyrot, 1938)Western France (Middle Miocene) -
376Chicoreus (Triplex) dujardinoides (E.H. Vokes, 1963)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.25); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.33)-
377Calotrophon (Panamurex?) duoclavus Garvie, 1992US - Mississippi (Cretaceous) Garvie, 1992 (TS 25, p.187)-
378Leptoconchus duvergieri (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1923)France (Early Miocene) Lozouet and Renard, 1998, p.178; Lozouet, 1998Aquitanian
379Ocenebra (s.s.) duvergieri Cossmann & Peyrot, 1907France (Miocene) -
380Trisecphora (s.s.) eccentrica (Petuch, 1989)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
381Chesathais ecclesiasticus (Dall, 1915)USA - Maryland (Miocene) Plum Point Member of Calvert Fm. (Langhian)
382Mancinella (s.s.) echinata (Blainville, 1832)SW Pacific (Subfossil to Recent) -
383Boreotrophon (Pagodula) echinatus (Kiener, 1840)Mediterranean / Canary Islands (Pliocene to Recent) -
384Thais (s.s.) echinulata (Pusch)Poland (Miocene) per Baluk website
385Muregina ecuadoria (Olsson, 1964)Ecuador (Early Pliocene) Vermeij, 1998 / 2001 (p.503)Esmeraldas beds; no labral tooth
386Pterorytis (Microrhytis) ecuadorius (E.H. Vokes, 1989)Ecuador (Miocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.108)-
387Murexiella (s.s.) edwardpauli Petuch, 1990Caribbean / Panama / Costa Rica (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.113)-
388Ocinebrina (s.s.) edwardsi (Payraudeau, 1826)Mediterranean to W. Africa (Mid Miocene to Recent) -
389Bolinus egerensis (Gabor, 1936)Hungary (Late Oligocene) Baldi, 1973; Merle et al., 2011 (p.77)Close to H. craticulata (Brocchi), per Baldi, 1973; known only from type locality
390Murex (s.s.) ejectus Martin, 1895Indonesia (Miocene) -
391Murexsul elatospira (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1924)France (Oligocene) Chattian, Aquitaine - per Merle & Houart, 2003
392Jaton eldridgei (Arnold)USA - California (Pliocene to Pleistocene) Powell & Stevens, 2000sometimes placed in Maxwellia; late Pliocene to early Pleistocene; San Pedro and Niguel Fms.
393Vokesimurex elenensis Dall, 1909Panama (Pleistocene) -
394Dermomurex (Gracilimurex) elizabethae (McGinty, 1940)USA - Florida, Bahamas, Virgin Is. (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.72)-
395Pterynotus (s.s.) elongatus (Lightfoot, 1786)Indo-Pacific (Recent) -
396Nucella (s.s.) elsmerensis -----USA - California (Pliocene) -
397Chicoreus (Triplex) elusivus E.H. Vokes, 1974USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1990-
398Nucella (s.s.) emarginata (Deshayes, 1839)USA - Oregon, Washington, California (Pliocene to Recent) -
399Forreria (s.s.) emersoni (Addicott)USA - California (Early Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504basal Jewett Sand
400Nucella (Acanthinucella) emersoni ----- (Pliocene) -
401Coralliophila (?) emilyae Robinson, MSCosta Rica (Pleistocene) -
402Argenthina emilyae Herbert & Del Rio, 2005Argentina (Early Middle Miocene) outcrop no longer accessible; tentatively correlated with the upper units of the Chenque Fm.
403Mariasalpinx emilyae Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Late Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.503St. Mary's Fm. (Tortonian); "tooth-bearing derivative of Urosalpinx"?
404Vokesinotus emilyae Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Loxahatchee Fauna
405Calotrophon (s.s.) emilyae (=ostrearum) Petuch, 1988USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.86)Mule Pen Quarry; synonymized by Vokes
406Murexsul emipowlusi (Abbott, 1954)USA - Louisiana / Gulf of Mexico (Holocene to Recent) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.86)-
407Eupleura engerrabunda Herbert, 2005Mexico (Early Late Miocene) Herbert, 2005Atlantic
408Hexaplex engonatus (Conrad)USA - Alabama, Mississippi (Middle Eocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.74)-
409Chicoreus (Triplex) enigmaticus E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.26)l Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.37)-
410Hexaplex eoa Garvie, 1996USA - Texas (Eocene) Garvie, 1996 (BAP 111:352, p.67)Claibornian; described based on 2 specimens
411Ocenebra (s.s.) erinaceus (Linnaeus, 1758)Europe / N. Africa (Late Miocene to Recent) Upper Miocene specimens from Italy resemble O. erinacea var. tarentina
412Coralliophila (s.s.) erosa (Roding, 1798)Indo-Pacific, Red Sea (Pleistocene to Recent) -
413Hexaplex (Muricanthus) erythrostomus Swainson, 1831Mexico to Peru (Pleistocene) Merle et al. (2011)formerly in Phyllonotus; generic assignment per Merle et al., 2011
414Nucella (s.s.) etchigoinensis (Arnold)USA - Oregon (Miocene) Addicott, 1983 (USGS PP 774-G, p.G13)lower part of Empire Formation, Capo Blanco, Oregon
415Hexaplex etheringtoni E.H. Vokes, 1968Colombia (Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.78)Tuberá Group
416Typhis (Talityphis) eucteanus Woodring, 1970Panama (Miocene) -
417Siratus eumekes E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.45); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.51)-
418Siphonochelus (?) evaricosus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Early to Mid Miocene) Keen, 1944Fishing Point Marl Fm.; Fyansford Fm.; lower beds at Muddy Creek (Balcomian)
419Phyllonotus evergladesensis (=globosus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Caloosahatchee Fm.; synonym named by Petuch after Vokes' 1990 update of the genus
420Hexaplex? ewekoroensis Adegoke, 1977Nigeria (Paleocene) Adegoke, 1977Ewekoro Formation, Selandian to Danian; see Paleobiology DB website
421Rapana ewekoroensis Adegoke, 1977Nigeria (Paleocene) Adegoke, 1977Ewekoro Formation, Selandian to Danian; see Paleobiology DB website
422Ocinebrina (s.s.) excoelata (Coss. & Peyrot, 1923)France, Poland (Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitanian of Saucats
423Ocinebrina (s.s.) excoelata cestacensis (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1924)France (Miocene) -
424Purpura exilis Partsch in Hornes, 1856Portugal / Vienna Basin, Poland (Miocene) Baluk places under genus Stramonita
425Ocenebra exoletus (Bellardi, 1873)Italy (Late Miocene) Tortonian; generic assignment per Vokes, 1971
426Typhis (Talityphis) expansus (Sowerby, 1874)Costa Rica (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.77)-
427Poirieria (Paziella) eyrei (T. Woods, 1876)Australia (Miocene) -
428Murexiella (s.s.) faceta (E.H. Vokes, 1963)USA - Atlantic Coastal Plain, Mexico (Miocene to Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.98)-
429Naquetia? falsiornatus (Magne, 1940)France (Eocene) This species does not appear in Merle et al., 2011
430Dermomurex (Trialatella) farleyensis E.H. Vokes, 1975USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.73)-
431Jaton festiva (Hinds)USA - California (Pleistocene) sometimes classified as genus Pteropurpura
432Pteropurpura (Odontopurpura) festivoidea (E.H. Vokes, 1963)USA - N. Carolina (Late Oligocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.87)Chattian; labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
433Muricodrupa fiscella (Gmelin, 1791)Indo-West Pacific (Late Miocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.40)see Ladd for a list of countries where found; also in Late Pleistocene of Australia
434Orania fischeri (Tournouer)France, Europe (Early Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000; Lozouet et al., 2001Burdigalian; referable to the ergalataxine group per Vermeij, 2001
435Lyrotyphis (s.s.) fistulatus (Schlotheim, 1820)Denmark, Germany (Oligocene) -
436Siphonochelus (?) fistulosus (Brocchi, 1814)Italy, Netherlands, Vienna Basin (?) (Mid Miocene to Pliocene) Keen, 1944listed as reference material on the OeType website; see also Keen, 1944
437Poirieria (Flexopteron) flexuosa (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) -
438Poirieria (Flexopteron) flexuosa ogormanni (Coss. in O'Gorman,1923)France (Eocene) -
439Lepsiella (Bedeva) flindersi (Adams & Angas, 1863)Australia (Pliocene to Recent) Kendrick, 1990see Paleobiology Database website
440Fuegotrophon flinti (=T. leanzai) Brunet, 1997Argentina (Middle or Late Miocene) synonym of T. leanzai, per Griffin & Pastorino, 2005
441Calotrophon (Acantholabia) floridana Olsson & Harbison, 1953USA - Florida (Plo/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.90)Vokes figured an unusual specimen from the Tamiami Fm.
442Globecphora floridana (Petuch, 1988)USA - Florida (Miocene) Sarasota Member of Hawthorn Fm. (late Tortonian - early Messinian)
443Chicoreus (Triplex) floridanus E.H. Vokes, 1965USA - southeastern states (Pliocene to Plio/Pleist) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.29)Unit 7, Pinecrest Beds
444Typhis (Rugotyphis) floridanus Dall, 1889USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) -
445Chicoreus (Triplex) florifer (Reeve, 1846)Panama (Subfossil) FLMNH - Sue Stephens collectionFound in deposits carbon-dated at 8000 YBP in Bahia Las Minas, Panama; C. rufus and C. arenarius are synonyms
446Pterorytis (s.s.) fluviana (Dall, 1903)USA - Florida & Carolinas (Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.94)-
447Poirieria (Paziella) foliacea (Melleville, 1843)France (Eocene) was under Flexopteron - see Merle, 2003
448Poirieria (Paziella) foliacea dyscrita (Cossmann, 1889)France (Eocene) was under Flexopteron - see Merle, 2003
449Poirieria (Paziella) foliacea fratercula (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) was under Flexopteron - see Merle, 2003
450Ceratostoma foliatum -----USA - California (Quaternary) Vedder and Norris, 1963 (USGS)unnamed formation, Ventura County; see Paleo DB website
451Phyllonotus folidodes (Gardner, 1947)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.62)-
452Chicoreus (Triplex) foliosus (Bellardi, 1872)France, Italy (Miocene to Pliocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)as dujardini & dujardini exaquitanicus (France), eximius (Italy); per Merle et al.
453Siratus formosus (Sowerby, 1841)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.50); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.47)-
454Murex (s.s.) forskoehlii Roding, 1798Red Sea / Indian Ocean (Pleistocene to Recent) -
455Ocenebra (s.s.) foveolata (Hinds, 1844)USA - California, Baja California (Pleistocene to Recent) -
456Trophon frailensis Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile; Ranquil Formation
457Ocinebrina (s.s.) francesae Vermeij & Vokes, 1997Venezuela (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.78)Cantaure Fm. (Burdigalian); labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
458Typhis (Rugotyphis) francescae Finlay, 1924New Zealand (Early Miocene) Keen, 1944-
459Chorus (s.s.) frassinettii DeVries, 1997Peru (Mio/Pliocene) DeVries, 1997 (TS 30, p.138); Vermeij, 2001, p.505see also Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile
460Hexaplex frayssei (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1924)France (Miocene) -
461Nucella (s.s.) freycineti (Deshayes, 1841)Japan, possibly Alaska (Pliocene to Recent) Alaska specimens called N. nomiana Dall, 1920
462Nucella (s.s.) freycineti saitoi Hatai & Kotaka, 1959Japan (Middle to Late Miocene) -
463Murex (Tubicauda) friedbergi Cossmann & PeyrotPoland (Miocene) -
464Eofavartia frondosa (Lamarck, 1803)France, England (Eocene) found in Barton Beds of the UK, per Alan Morton website
465Hexaplex fulvescens (Sowerby, 1834)Southeastern US, Gulf of Mexico (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.191)Bermont & Ft. Thompson Fms.; subgenus assignment?
466Ocinebrina (s.s.) funiculosa (Borson, 1821)Italy (Late Miocene to Pliocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.502Astian; labral tooth; Vermeij, 2001 places in genus Hadriania
467Muricodrupa funiculus (Wood, 1828)Red Sea, Indo-Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) -
468Nucella (s.s.) funkeana (Adegoke, 1969)USA - California (Pliocene) -
469Calotrophon (Panamurex) fusinoides (Gardner, 1947)USA - Florida (Early/Middle Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.45)one incomplete specimen from the Shoal River Fm., per Vokes, 1992
470Timbellus fusoides (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) -
471Orania fusula (Brocchi, 1814)Mediterranean / East Atlantic (Pliocene to Recent) -
472Orania fusula var. arnus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
473Siphonochelus (Trubatsa) gaasensis (Tourn. in Benoist,1880)France, Belgium (?) (Oligocene) -
474Calotrophon (Panamurex) gabbi E.H. Vokes, 1970Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.49); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.57)-
475Siphonochelus (Pilsbrytyphis) gabbi (Brown & Pilsbry, 1911)Panama (Miocene) -
476Forreria (s.s.) gabbiana (Anderson)USA - California (Middle Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504Temblor Formation and upper Olcese Sand
477Muricopsis (Risomurex) galbensis (Jung, 1969)Trinidad (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.73)-
478Coralliophila (s.s.) galea (Dillwyn, 1823)Western Atlantic region (Pleistocene to Recent) -
479Vokesimurex gallinago gallinago (Sowerby, 1903)Taiwan / Japan (Mio/Pliocene to Recent) Merle et al., 2011 (p.69)generic assignment per Merle et al., 2011
480Hexaplex? ganensis Merle, 1989France (Eocene) -
481Urosalpinx gardnerae Campbell, 1993USA - N. Carolina, Florida (Pliocene) -
482Ecphora (s.s.) gardnerae Wilson, 1987USA - Maryland (Miocene) St. Mary's Fm. (Tortonian)
483Ecphora (s.s.) gardnerae angusticostata Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) St. Mary's Fm. (Tortonian)
484Ecphora (s.s.) gardnerae germonae Ward & Gilinsky, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Little Cove Point Unit (Serravallian)
485Pterynotus (Purpurellus) gastaldi (Bellardi, 1872)France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitanian of Saucats; see Paleobiology DB website
486Calotrophon (Panamurex) gatunensis (Brown & Pilsbry, 1911)Venezuela, Panama,Columbia (Miocene to Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.40)labral tooth
487Hexaplex gavardanensis (Benoist, 1880)France (Mio/Pliocene) ID of specimen in collection is not confirmed (possibly turonensis?)
488Ceratostoma genei Bellardi & Michelotti, 1841Austria, southern Europe (Middle Miocene) Vermeij, 1998 / 2001 (p.503)labral tooth
489Muricopsis (Lissomuricopsis) geoffroyi (Rouault, 1850)France (Eocene) -
490Favartia (Pygmaepterys) germainae (Vokes & D'Attilio, 1980)Dominican Republic (Mio/Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.142); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.72-
491Ocenebra (s.s.) gibbovaricosa -----France (Miocene) ID of specimens in my collection is unverified and questionable
492Attiliosa gibsonsmithi E.H. Vokes, 1999Venezuela (Miocene) labral tooth, per Vermeij, 2001
493Calotrophon (Panamurex) gibsonsmithi E.H. Vokes, 1992Venezuela (Lower Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.48)-
494Chorus (s.s.) giganteus (Lesson, 1830)Chile (Plio/Pleistocene) DeVries, 1997 (TS 30, p.132)-
495Muricopsis (Risomurex) gilbertharrisi (Weisbord, 1962)Venezuela (Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.73)see possible listing on Paleo DB website
496Tritonopsis (s.s.) gilletti Richards, 1943USA - N. Carolina (Oligocene) extinct genus, per Vermeij, 2001
497Vokesimurex gilli (Maury, 1910)USA - Florida, Venezuela (Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.12)"Murex dasus" is a synonym
498Urosalpinx gilmorei Petuch, 1994USA - N. Carolina (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994James City Fm., Lee Creek Mine and Waccamaw Fm.
499Stramonita (Taurasia) girondica -----France (Miocene) -
500Phyllonotus globosus (Emmons, 1858)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.66)Pinecrest Beds, Duplin & Raysor Fms.
501Murexiella (s.s.) glypta (M. Smith, 1938)Western Atlantic region (Plio/Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.112)-
502Poirieria (Paziella) goniostomus (Partsch, 1842)Austria (Miocene) from OeType website; generic assignment per Vokes, 1971
503Murexiella (s.s.) graceae (McGinty, 1940)USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.115)-
504Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) gracilis (Conrad, 1833)USA - Alabama (Eocene) Vokes, 1971 considers alternata (Lea, 1833) a synonym
505Coralliophila (s.s.) gracilispira BoettgerPoland (Middle Miocene) per Baluk website
506Chorus (s.s.) grandis (Philippi, 1887)Chile / Peru (Plio/Pleistocene) DeVries, 1997 (TS 30, p.136), DeVries, 2000 (Veliger 43(1):43-50)-
507Trachypollia granifera -----France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Saucats (Aquitanian); see Paleobiology Database website
508Morula (s.s.) granulata (Duclos, 1832)Indo-West Pacific, Red Sea (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.40)Holocene of Marshall Islands, Pleistocene of Vanuatu
509Dermomurex (s.s.) granulatus E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.61); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.60)-
510Pterynotus (s.s.) granuliferus (Grateloup, 1833)Poland, Austria, France (Miocene) Vermeij & Houart (1999) suggest this may belong in the genus Pterymarchia
511Cymia grateloupi (d'Orbigny, 1852)France (Miocene) see Harzhauser and Kowalke, 2001
512Chicoreus (Triplex) gravesae (=dilectus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Bermont Fm.; synonym named by Petuch after Vokes' 1990 update of the genus
513Eupleura gravidentata Herbert, 2005Columbia (Pliocene or Early Pleistocene) Herbert, 2005Atlantic
514Attiliosa gretae E.H. Vokes, 1999USA - Florida (Early Miocene) -
515Vokesinotus griffini Petuch, 1991USA - Florida (Pleistocene) -
516Hexaplex grooti (Jenkins, 1864)Java (Miocene / Mid Pliocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.499added per Eddy Wilmet; from Nyalindung, West-Java; labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
517Murex (s.s.) guppyi Ladd, 1977Fiji (Pliocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.37)-
518Siratus habros E.H. Vokes, 1990Mexico (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.45)-
519Stramonita (s.s.) haemastoma (Linnaeus, 1758)Mediterranean, Atlantic, W. Pacific (Pliocene to Recent) found in early Pleistocene Bermont Fm. of Florida, per Vermeij & Herbert, 2004
520Stramonita (s.s.) haemastoma floridana (Conrad, 1837)USA - Florida (Pliocene) not documented in fossil form by Vermeij, 2001 (see S. caloosana and S. sarasotana)
521Stramonita (s.s.) haemastomoides Hoernes & Auinger, 1882Central Europe (Miocene) -
522Pteropurpura (Ocinebrellus) haidingeri (Hornes, 1856)Austria (Miocene) from OeType website; generic assignment per Vokes, 1971
523Xenotrophon hamiltonensis (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) see Paleobiology Database website
524Dicathais handgenae Portell & Vokes, 1992USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch (1994) created a new genus, Calusathais, for this species
525Trophonopsis? hantoniensis (Edwards, 1866)England (-) Priabonian, Brockenhurst
526Murexsul harasewychi Petuch, 1987Costa Rica (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.85)-
527Ecphora (s.s.) harasewychi Petuch, 1989USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
528Chesatrophon (s.s.) harasewychi (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
529Scalaspira (s.s.) harasewychi Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
530"Eupleura" harbisoni Richards, 1943USA - North Carolina (Late Oligo / Early Mio) should be reassigned from Eupleura (see Herbert, 2005)
531Poirieria (Paziella) harrisi E.H. Vokes, 1970USA - Alabama (Paleocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.28)-
532Typhis (Rugotyphis) harrisi Olsson, 1914USA - Florida (Pliocene) -
533Haustellum haustellum (Linnaeus, 1758)Indo-Pacific (Miocene to Recent) Merle et al., 2011 (p.65)Mio of Borneo, Plio of Java, Plio-Pleist of Malaysia (only fossi rep, per Merle et al)
534Pterynotus (s.s.) havanensis E.H. Vokes, 1970Eastern N. America to Columbia (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.10)-
535Typhis (s.s.) hebetatus (=maccoyi?) Hutton, 1877New Zealand (Late Oligocene) Keen, 1944Tokama Siltstone Fm.; Otaian; Mount Harris (Pareora Fm.), Canterbury, New Zealand
536Calotrophon (Panamurex) heilprini (Cossmann)USA - Florida (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.45)-
537Jaton helenae Landau, 1984Spain (Early Pliocene) Zanclian
538Cymia hellenica Harzhauser & KowalkeGreece (Early Miocene) Aquitanian of Mesohellenic Trough
539Cymia henekeni Maury, 1917Dominican Republic (Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.91)-
540Homalocantha heptagonata (Bronn, 1831)France, Italy, Poland, Austria (Miocene to Pliocene) -
541Homalocantha heptagonata pauli (Tournouer in Benoist, 1880)France (Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001elevated to full species?
542Trossulasalpinx hertwecki Petuch, 1991USA - Florida (Pliocene) this is the proper name to use when synonymizing all the variants of Petuch
543Hexaplex hertweckorum (Petuch, 1988)USA - Florida, Ecuador (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.191)Unit 7, Pinecrest Beds
544Planecphora hertweckorum (Petuch, 1987)USA - Florida (Miocene) Sarasota Member of Hawthorn Fm. (Messinian)
545Murexiella (s.s.) hidalgoi (Crosse, 1869)Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.102); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.64)-
546Coralliophila hochstetteri (Hoernes & Auinger, 1885)Hungary (Miocene) from OeType website; generic assignment per Vokes, 1971
547Timbellus hoerlei E.H. Vokes, 1970USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.16)-
548Muricopsis holubicensis (Friedberg, 1912)Poland (Miocene) generic assignment per Vokes, 1971
549Stramonita (s.s.) homogeneous Brunet, 1997Argentina (Late Miocene) Entreriense Formation; a member of the S. haemastoma complex, per Vermeij, 2001
550Hexaplex hornesi (D'Ancona, 1871)Italy (Pliocene) Piettrafitta (per Inzani & Bertarelli)
551Thais (s.s.) hornesiana (Pecchioli)Italy (Pliocene) -
552Typhis (Hirtotyphis) horridus (Brocchi, 1814)Western/Central Europe (Mio/Pliocene) -
553Siphonochelus (?) hortensis Oppenheim, 1900Italy (Eocene) Keen, 1944; Piccoli and Savazzi, 1983Priabonschichten (Priabonian) of Via degli Orti, Italy; see Keen, 1944
554Calotrophon (s.s.) hutchisoni (Jung)Trinidad (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.85)-
555Trophon hypsellus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) genus assignment incorrect? (see Griffin & Pastorino, 2005)
556Trophon icosiphyllus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) genus assignment incorrect? (see Griffin & Pastorino, 2005)
557Hexaplex (Trunculariopsis) ighinae (Bellardi, 1872)Italy, Pakistan (?) (Oligocene) Vredenburg, 1925 / 1928; Merle et al., 2011Nari Formation of Pakistan; formerly placed in Haustellum
558Ocinebrina (s.s.) imbricata (Brocchi, 1814)Italy, Austria (Late Mio to Pleistocene) OeType website references a variety of this species from Austria
559Rapana imperialis (= vaquerosensis) Hertlein & JordanBaja California, Mexico (Early Miocene) Beal, 1948; Vermeij, 2001, p.504isidro Fm.; Vermeij, 2001 considers this a spinose form of R. vaquerosensis, and not a Rapana
560Calotrophon (Panamurex) improcerus E.H. Vokes, 1992Venezuela (Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.46)-
561Favartia (s.s.) incisa (Broderip, 1832)Italy, Poland, Austria (Mid Miocene to Pliocene) -
562Favartia (s.s.) incisa excisa (Grateloup, 1833)France (Miocene) -
563Semityphis incisus Martin, 1931Java (Late Eocene) Keen, 1944; Vella, 1961Axinaeaschichten, Kali Puru, Java
564Nucella (s.s.) incrassata (Sowerby, 1825)North Atlantic (England, Belgium) (Late Pliocene) -
565Latiaxis (Latimurex) inflata (Dunker, 1847)Japan, Indonesia, Australia (Late Miocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.43)single fossilized specimen from the Late Miocene, Marshall Islands
566Heteropurpura inflexa (Doderlein, 1864)Italy (Mio/Pliocene) -
567Phyllonotus infrequens (E.H. Vokes, 1963)USA - Florida, Dominican Republic (Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.61); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.39)Chipola and Baitoa Formations
568?Chicoreus initialis E.H. Vokes, 1990USA - Texas (Eocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.56)Weches and Stone City Formations
569Pteropurpura (Ocinebrellus) inornatus (Recluz, 1851)Japan / Korea / China (Miocene to Recent) Vermeij, 2001, p.502; Amano & Vermeij, 1998labral tooth
570Trophon inornatus Pilsbry, 1897Argentina (Pliocene? to Pleistocene) Cape Fairweather Beds
571Trophon inornatus fairus (=inornatus var.) -----Argentina (Pliocene? to Pleistocene) intraspecific variant of T. inornatus, per Griffin & Pastorino, 2005
572Chicoreus (Triplex) insularum (Pilsbry, 1921)USA - Hawaii to Midway (Subfossil to Recent) -
573Siphonochelus (?) intergymnus (Cossmann, 1919)France (Oligocene) Keen, 1944La Riverdiais, Rennes, France (see Keen, 1944)
574Lepsiella intermedia -----New Zealand (Early Miocene) Powell & Bartrum, 1929; Tan, 2003, p.954-
575Eupleura intermedia Dall, 1890USA - Florida (Late Pliocene) Herbert dissertation-
576Typhis (s.s.) intermedius Bellardi, 1872France (Miocene) -
577"Murex" interscisus MichelottiAustria (-) listed as reference material on OeType website; not listed in Vokes, 1971
578Xenotrophon irregularis (=basedowi) (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) -
579Hexaplex isthmicus E.H. Vokes, 1990Panama (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.76)-
580"Tritonalia" itelmenica Sinelnikova, 1990Russia (Middle Miocene) see Amano & Vermeij, 1998; Etolon Formation; related to Ocinebrellus?
581Coralliophila (Hirtomurex) iwaensis Macneil, 1960Japan (Miocene to Pliocene) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.64)Yonabura clay member, possibly also Naha limestone
582Leptoconchus jaegeri (Boettger, 1906)Paratethys (Miocene) Lozouet and Renard, 1998, p.177Badenian
583Hexaplex jameshoubricki (=hertweckorum?) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994Unit 3, uppermost Pinecrest or lowermost Caloosahatchee Fm.; named after Vokes' last update of the genus
584Dermomurex (Trialatella) jani (Doderlein, 1862)Italy (Miocene to Pliocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.503no labral tooth; not an ocenebrine per Vermeij, 2001 and Chirli, 2000
585Ocenebra (s.s.) japonica Dunker, 1860Japan (Pleistocene to Recent) -
586Siphonochelus (s.s.) japonicus (A. Adams, 1863)Japan, Vanuatu (Pliocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.43)Pleist of Vanuatu, Plio to Recent of Mauritius (potentially the S. arcuatus of MacNeil, 1960, p.63?)
587Apixystus (s.s.) jucundus (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) -
588Chicoreus (Triplex) judeae (=floridanus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994Unit 7, Pinecrest Beds; synonym named by Petuch after Vokes' 1990 update of the genus
589Siratus juliagardnerae E.H. Vokes, 1970USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.41)-
590Hexaplex junghuhni (Martin)Java, Indonesia, Philippines (early to Late Miocene) Kanno et al., 1980Tartaro Fm. of the Philippines; labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
591Chicoreus (Triplex) jungi E.H. Vokes, 1990West Indies (Middle Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.34)-
592Chicoreus (Triplex) juttingae (Beets, 1941)Borneo (Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)-
593Trophonopsis kagaensis Hatai & NisiyamaJapan (Pliocene to Early Pleistocene) mentioned in Amano & Vermeij, 1998
594Ecphorosycon kalyx (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) Plum Point Member of Calvert Fm. (Langhian)
595"Tritonalia" kamtchatica Sinelnikova, 1990Russia (Early Middle Miocene) see Amano & Vermeij, 1998; Kakert Formation; related to Ocinebrellus?
596"Ocenebra" (?) katayamai Matsubara, 1996Japan (Early Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.502; Amano & Vermeij, 1998Yotsuyaku Fm.; labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
597Hexaplex katherinae E.H. Vokes, 1968USA - Mississippi, Louisiana (Late Eocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.74)-
598Nucella (Acanthina) katzi Fleming, 1972Chile / Peru (Late Early Miocene) discussed further in DeVries, 2005; Vermeij, 2001 uses the genus Herminespira
599"Tritonalia" kavranensis Sinelnikova, 1990Russia (Early Middle Miocene) see Amano & Vermeij, 1998; Kakert Formation; related to Ocinebrellus?
600Typhis (Rugotyphis) keenae Gertman, 1969USA - Florida (Early Miocene) -
601"Tritonalia" kejtscheensis Sinelnikova, 1990Russia (Early Middle Miocene) see Amano & Vermeij, 1998; Kakert Formation; related to Ocinebrellus?
602Argyrobessa (s.s.) kellumi (Richards, 1943)USA - N. Carolina (Oligocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.79)-
603Agnewia kempae Powell, 1934New Zealand (Late Pleistocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.505labral tooth; see Beu et al., 1990 & Vermeij, 1998 for differing views on geologic age
604Chicomurex kendengensis (Van Regteren Altena, 1950)Java, Indonesia (Pleistocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.110)-
605Trophon kernensis Anderson, 1905USA - California, Oregon (Miocene) Moore, 1963 (USGS PP 419, p.33)Astoria Formation of Oregon, Temblor formation of California
606Concholepas kieneri Hupe, 1854Chile (Miocene/Pliocene) The Veliger 43(1):43-50, 2000 -- DeVriessee more information in Nielsen's 2003 dissertation
607Eupleura kissimmeensis Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994Kissimmee Valley only, per Petuch, 1994
608Trossulasalpinx kissimmeensis Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994Tamiami Fm., Kissimmee River dredging
609Coralliophila (Fusomurex?) klostermanni Weinrich, 1997Germany (Miocene) Wienrich, 1997 / 2001see Paleobiology Database website
610Coralliophila (?) kochi (Beyrich, 1854)Denmark, Germany (Late Oligocene) Lozouet and Renard, 1998-
611Ecphora (s.s.) kochi Ward & Gilinsky, 1988USA - Virginia (Mio/Pliocene) Cobham Bay Member of Eastover Fm. & Yorktown Fm. (Messinian & Zanclian)
612Trophonopsis koeneni -----Denmark (Miocene) -
613Ocenebra (s.s.) kojumdgievae -----Poland (Middle Miocene) "nom. n." per Baluk website; placed in Purpura (Tritonalia) with P. vindobonensis
614Siratus? komiticus (Suter, 1917)New Zealand (Early Miocene) Merle et al., 2011-
615Lepsiella (Bedeva?) kosslerae Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile; Navidad Formation
616Eupleura kugleri Jung, 1965Venezuela, Columbia (Miocene) Herbert, 2005earliest known member of the genus
617Muregina kuscheli (Fleming)Chile (Early Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.503no labral tooth
618Phyllonotus labelleensis (=globosus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Caloosahatchee Fm.; synonym named by Petuch after Vokes' 1990 update of the genus
619Calotrophon (Panamurex) laccopoia (Gardner, 1947)USA - Florida, Mexico (Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.40)Chipola, Oak Grove, and Shoal River Fms.; Chiapas, Mexico; labral tooth; misspelled as "laccapoia" in Vokes' later literature
620Typhis (Typhina) laciniatus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Early / Middle Miocene) Keen, 1944Balcombian; lower beds at Muddy Creek (see Keen, 1944)
621Chesatrophon (s.s.) laevis (Martin, 1904)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
622Timbellus lamarcki (Grateloup, 1840)France (Miocene) -
623Nucella (s.s.) lamellosa (sensu lato) (Gmelin, 1791)USA - Oregon, Washington, California (Early Late Mio to Recent) -
624Vokesinotus lamellosus (Emmons, 1858)USA - Virginia (Pliocene) -
625Typhis (Talityphis?) lampada Keen, 1943USA - California (Miocene) Keen, 1944Kern Gorge, Kern County, California
626Poirieria (Paziella) landaui E.H. Vokes, 1996Venezuela (Pliocene) Vokes, 1996 (TS 29, p.67)-
627Nucella (s.s.) lapillus (Linnaeus, 1758)N. Atlantic (Europe / North America) (Late Pliocene to Recent) -
628Nucella (s.s.) lapillus crispata -----England (Pleistocene) -
629Nucella (s.s.) lapillus imbricata -----England (Pleistocene) -
630Nucella (s.s.) lapillus oakleyensis (S. V. Wood)England (Late Pliocene) -
631Murexiella (s.s.) lappa (Broderip, 1833)Ecuador (Pliocene) -
632Morula (Neothyris) lassa -----New Zealand (Early Pliocene) Marwick, 1948listed as "Drupa (Morula) angsanana"; Otahuhu Fm.; see Paleo DB website
633Ocenebra (s.s.) lassaignei (Basterot, 1825)France, Italy (?) (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitaine Basin of France
634Ocenebra (s.s.) lassaignei ariesensis (Fontannes, 1882)France, Italy (Pliocene) improperly called ariesiana, per Vokes, 1971
635Ocenebra (s.s.) lassaignei saccoi (Cossmann & Peyrot)Italy (Miocene) Middle to Upper Miocene of northern Italy
636Ocenebra (s.s.) lassaignei saccoi var. subariesiana Montanaro, 1935Italy (Late Miocene) Tortonian
637Ocenebra (s.s.) lassaignei var. abitus (de Gregorio, 1885)Portugal (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
638Pterynotus (Purpurellus) latilabris (Bellardi & Michelotti, 1841)Italy (Miocene) from OeType website; generic assignment per Vokes, 1971
639Typhis (Talityphis) latipennis Dall, 1919Ecuador (Pliocene) -
640Galeropsis lavenayanus Hupe, 1860France (Early Miocene) Lozouet and Renard, 1998, p.181Aquitanian
641Chicoreus (Triplex) lawsi (Maxwell, 1971)New Zealand (Early Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)-
642Trophon leanzai Brunet, 1997Argentina (Middle or Late Miocene) Puerto Madryn Fm.; F. flinti, X. quenselli, and X. michellii are variations of this species
643Pteropurpura (Calcitrapessa) leeanus (Dall, 1890)Baja, California (Pleistocene to Recent) -
644Ecphora (s.s.) leecreekensis Petuch, 1989USA - N. Carolina (Pliocene) -
645Poirieria (Paziella) legrandi (Johnston, 1879)Australia (Miocene) Darragh, 1970see Paleobiology Database website
646Eupleura lehneri Jung, 1969Trinidad, Costa Rica (Early Pliocene) Herbert, 2005Springvale Fm. And Rio Banano Fm. (Atlantic)
647Coralliophila (s.s.) leonensis -----USA - S. Carolina (Pliocene) Campbell and Campbell, 1995 (TS 27)see Paleobiology Database website
648Phyllonotus leonensis E.H. Vokes, 1967USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.64)Unit 10, Pinecrest Beds & Jackson Bluff Fm.
649Eupleura leonensis Mansfield, 1930USA - Florida (Middle Pliocene) Cancellaria zone, Jackson Bluff Formation; synonym of E. brevispira?
650Chicoreus (Triplex) lepidotus (E.H. Vokes, 1963)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.24)-
651Vokesinotus lepidotus (Dall, 1890)USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) -
652Murexiella (s.s.) levicula (Dall, 1889)USA - Louisiana (Holocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.108)-
653Trophon? leymeri (Doncieux, 1908)France (Eocene) -
654Calotrophon (s.s.) libertiense (=ostrearum conradi) (Mansfield, 1930)USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.88)Unit 10, Pinecrest Beds & Jackson Bluff Fm.; synonymized by Vokes, 1992
655Ocenebra (s.s.) ligeriana occidentalis (Tournouer,1876)France (Miocene) -
656Nucella (s.s.) lima (sensu lato) (Gmelin, 1791)USA - Washington, Oregon (Early/Mid Mio to Recent) Moore, 1963 (USGS PP 419, p.35); Addicott, 1983Astoria and Empire Formations
657Chesathais linda drumcliffensis Petuch, 1989USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
658Favartia (s.s.) lindae Petuch, 1987USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.134)-
659Chesathais lindae Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
660Chesatrophon (s.s.) lindae (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
661Pterorytis (s.s.) lindae (=fluviana) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994; Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.96)Tamiami Fm., Kissimmee River dredging
662Ecphorosycon lindajoyceae (Petuch, 1993)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
663Vokesimurex lindajoyceae (=anniae) (Petuch, 1987)USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Bermont Fm.
664Vitularia (s.s.) linguabison E.H. Vokes, 1967USA - Florida (Pliocene) Pinecrest Beds & Bird Road
665Vitularia (s.s.) linguabovis (Basterot, 1825)France, Poland (Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001"ubiquitous" in the early/mid Miocene of the Mediterranean and Paratethys, per Harzhauser et al., 2002
666Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) linguiferus (Dall, 1890)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vella (1961) tentatively referred this species to his new subgenus Neotyphis
667Hexaplex longanensis -----India (Early Miocene) Mukerjee, 1939Baghmara Formation; see Paleobiology DB website & Merle et al., 2011
668Chicomurex lophoessus (Tate, 1888)Australia (Middle Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.110)formerly placed in Torvamurex
669Phyllonotus louisae E.H. Vokes, 1990USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.61)-
670Muregina lugubris (Broderip, 1833)Mexico, California (Pleistocene to Recent) check for new genus proposal (Marko & Vermeij); see also DeVries, 2005; labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
671Mexacanthina lugubris (Sowerby, 1821)USA - California, N. Mexico, Galapagos (Pleistocene to Recent) Vermeij, 2001, p.506Digital Murex website places in Nucella (Acanthinucella)
672Pteropurpura (Ocinebrellus) lumarius (Yokoyama, 1926)Japan, North Korea (Pleistocene to Recent) Vermeij, 2001, p.503no labral tooth
673Chicoreus (Triplex) lundeliusae (Ludbrook, 1978)Australia (Pliocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)-
674Tritonalia? lurida aspera (Middendorff)USA - California (Pleistocene) -
675Tritonalia? lurida munda (Middendorff)USA - California (Pleistocene) -
676Calotrophon (Panamurex) lychnia (Gardner, 1947)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.48)-
677Typhis (?) maccoyii (Tenison-Woods, 1876)Australia (Late Oligo to Middle Mio) Keen, 1944Janjukian; Angahook Fm.; Muddy Creek Fm.; Gellibrand Fm. (Victoria)
678Attiliosa macgintyi E.H. Vokes, 2000USA - Florida (Pliocene) -
679Murexiella (s.s.) macgintyi (M. Smith, 1938)Western Atlantic region (Miocene to Recent) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.104); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.64)-
680Trophon macharei DeVries, 2005Peru (Cenozoic) see DeVries, 2005 for details
681Coralliophila (Pseudomurex) macneili Ladd, 1977Marshall Islands (Late Miocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.41)named on the basis of a single specimen
682Calotrophon (Panamurex) macneili E.H. Vokes, 1970USA - Mississippi (Early/Middle Oligocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.45)-
683Typhis (Typhinellus?) macropterus Martin, 1883Java (Miocene) Keen, 1944Ngembak, Java
684Galeropsis madreporarus (= monodonta?) (Sowerby, 1832)Indo-West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Lozouet and Renard, 1998, p.179Pleistocene of Hawaii
685Forreria (s.s.) magister (Nomland)USA - California (Latest Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504Jacalitos Formation
686Coralliophila (s.s.) magna Dall, 1890USA - Florida (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Dall, 1915see Paleobiology Database website
687Coralliophila (s.s.) mallicki Ladd, 1976Vanuatu (Pleistocene) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.42)described on the basis of a single (potentially juvenile) specimen
688Trophon mangelioides (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) genus assignment incorrect? (see Griffin & Pastorino, 2005)
689Babelomurex (s.s.) mansfieldi (McGinty, 1940)USA - Florida, Southeast Caribbean (Pliocene to Recent) -
690Planecphora mansfieldi Petuch, 1989USA - Florida (Pliocene) -
691Eofavartia mantelli (Conrad, 1834)USA - Alabama (Eocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.94)Vokes, 1994 places in genus Murexiella
692Pterynotus (s.s.) manubriatus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) -
693Cymia marcanoi E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.92)Cercado Formation
694Eofavartia marchandi (Cossmann, 1897)France (Eocene) -
695Calotrophon? (s.s.) margaritae (Cossmann & Lambert, 1884)France (Oligocene) was Poirieria (Flexopteron), see Merle, 2003
696Phyllonotus margaritensis (Abbott, 1958)Venezuela to Trinidad (Plio/Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.68)-
697Ergalatax margariticola (Broderip, 1832)West Pacific, Red Sea (Recent) -
698Lirosoma (s.s.) mariana Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
699Muregina marijkeae DeVries, 2005Peru (Cenozoic) see DeVries, 2005 for details
700Hexaplex marksi (Harris)USA - Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi (Late Eocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.75)-
701Pteropurpura (s.s.) marksi Olsson, 1964Ecuador (Pliocene) -
702Pterorytis (s.s.) marshalli (=umbrifer) (Masfield, 1930)USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.90)not considered valid by Vermeij & Vokes
703Trisecphora (s.s.) martini (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) Calvert Fm. (Langhian)
704Phyllonotus martinshugari (=pomum) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Caloosahatchee Fm.; synonym named by Petuch after Vokes' 1990 update of the genus
705Trossulasalpinx maryae Petuch, 1991USA - Florida (Pliocene) Unit 2, Fruitville Member
706Scalaspira (s.s.) marylandica Schoonover, 1941USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
707Dermomurex (s.s.) matercula E.H. Vokes, 1975USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.60)-
708Timbellus matthewsensis (Aldrich)USA - Alabama (Paleocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.5)-
709Ecphora (s.s.) mattinglyi Petuch, 2004USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
710Calotrophon (Panamurex) mauryae E.H. Vokes, 1970USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.49)-
711Latiaxis (s.s.) mawae (Griffith and Pidgeon, 1834)Japan to Australia (Late Pleistocene to Recent) Nomura and Zinbo, 1934Ryukyu Group; see Paleobiology Database website
712Lepsiella maxima -----New Zealand (Early Miocene) Powell and Bartrum, 1929; Tan, 2003, p.954-
713Nucella (s.s.) medinae Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationlegitimate? (refer to Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile)
714Ecphora (s.s.) meganae Ward & Gilinsky, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Drum Cliff & Boston Cliffs Members of Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
715Rapana mekranica Cox, 1936Iran (Early Pliocene) Cox, 1936Similar to the Recent R. bezoar, per Cox, 1936; see Paleobiology Database website
716Chicoreus (Triplex) mergus E.H. Vokes, 1974USA - Louisiana; Western Atlantic (Post-Pleistocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.33)-
717Poirieria (Paziella) meridionalis (Olsson, 1964)Ecuador (Pliocene) -
718Vokesimurex messorius (Sowerby, 1841)Western Atlantic region (Miocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.9)also found in Holocene of Bahia Las Minas, Panama (8000 YBP)
719Eupleura metae Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Herbert dissertation-
720Murexsul meunieri (Cossmann & Lambert, 1884)France (Oligocene) Rupelian, Aquitaine & Paris Basins
721Urosalpinx miamiensis Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994-
722Chicoreus (Triplex) miamiensis (=florid./shirleyae hybrid) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994Bird Road, Pinecrest Beds
723Murexiella (Subpterynotus) miamiensis (=textilis) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994-
724Chicoreus (Triplex) miccosukee (=floridanus) Petuch, 1991USA - Florida (Pliocene) Unit 2, Pinecrest Beds & Caloosahatchee Fm.
725Xymenopsis michellii (=T.leanzai) Brunet, 1997Argentina (Middle or Late Miocene) synonym of T. leanzai, per Griffin & Pastorino, 2005
726Phyllocoma michellotii (Bellardi)France, Southern Europe (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000; Lozouet et al., 2001Chattian; referable to the ergalataxine group per Vermeij, 2001
727Hexaplex michelotti -----Hungary (Middle Miocene) -
728Chicoreus (Triplex) michelottii (Bellardi, 1872)Italy (Pliocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)-
729Favartia (s.s.) micromeris (Dall, 1890)USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.128)-
730Chicoreus (Triplex) microphyllus (Lamarck, 1822)Indo-West Pacific (Late Miocene to Recent) Foster, 1965; Beets, 1983see Paleobiology DB website
731Timbellus micropterus (Deshayes, 1835)France (Eocene) -
732Vitularia (s.s.) miliaris (Gmelin, 1791)Indo-West Pacific, Red Sea (Pliocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.39)Ladd documented a single specimen from the Pliocene of Fiji
733Forreria (s.s.) milicentana (Loel & Corey)USA - California (Early Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504Vaqueros Formation and Jewett Sand
734Purpura milicentana -----USA - California (Late Oligocene) Weaver, 1969Vqueros Fm. (Chattian); see Paleobiology Database website
735Phyllonotus millvillensis (Richards & Harbison)USA - New Jersey (Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.63)-
736Siratus miltos E.H. Vokes, 1990Mexico (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.44)Concepcion Inferior Formation
737Murexsul mimicus E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.81); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.70)-
738Vokesimurex mimiwilsoni (E.H. Vokes, 1990)Venezuela (Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.16); Merle et al., 2011 (p.69)Generic assignment per Merle et al., 2011 (previously in Haustellum)
739Vokesimurex mindanaoensis (Sowerby, 1841)Timor / Indonesia (Mio/Pliocene to Recent) Merle et al., 2011 (p.69)Generic assignment per Merle et al., 2011 (previously in Haustellum)
740Trophon? minutus (Johnston, 1879)Australia (Miocene) same as Trophon? munitus from the Late Pliocene of New Zealand?
741Coralliophila (s.s.) miocaenica (Guppy, 1875)Dominican Republic, Jamaica (Pliocene) Woodring, 1925see Paleobiology Database website
742Eupleura miocenica Dall, 1890USA - Florida (Middle Pliocene) Herbert dissertationEcphora zone, Jackson Bluff Formation
743Chicoreus (Triplex) miomutica (Sacco, 1904)Italy (Middle Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)described as a variety of C. michelotti (Bellardi, 1872)
744Herminespina mirabilis (Moricke, 1896)Peru, Chile (Late Pliocene) -
745Pterynotus (Purpurellus) mirificus E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.21); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.54)-
746Phyllonotus mississippiensis Conrad, 1848USA - Mississippi, Mexico (Oligocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.57)-
747Typhis (Typhina) mississippiensis Gertman, 1969USA - Mississippi (Oligocene) specimens from Terramar, Florida are not this species
748Ocenebra (Hadriania) moincrassata (Sacco)Austria (Miocene) -
749Nucella (Acanthina) monacanthos (Brocchi, 1814)Italy (Pliocene) -
750Trossulasalpinx moniliferus (?) (Emmons, 1858)USA - N. Carolina (Late Pliocene (?)) -
751Nucella (Acanthina) monodon (Pallas, 1774)Argentina (Pleistocene) -
752Galeropsis monodonta (Blainville, 1832)Ecuador, SE Africa (Holocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.43)single specimen from the Marshall Islands, Holocene
753Cymia monoplex (Sandberger, 1860)France, Germany (Miocene) see Harzhauser and Kowalke, 2001
754Trophon monotropis (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) genus assignment incorrect? (see Griffin & Pastorino, 2005)
755Ocenebra (?) moravicus Hoernes & Auinger, 1885Austria/Hungary (Miocene) from OeType website
756Poirieria (Paziella) morulus (= harrisi) (Conrad, 1860)USA - Alabama (Paleocene) genus per Vokes, 1971; reassigned from Eupleura; see Herbert, 2005
757Drupa (s.s.) morum morum (Roding, 1798)Tropical Indo-West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ostergaard, 1928 (Library of Congress)listed as Drupa horrida in Ostergaard, 1928 (fossil mollusks of Oahu, Hawaii)
758Boreotrophon multicostatus (Eschscholtz)USA - California to Alaska (Pleistocene to Recent) Powell & Stevens, 2000San Pedro Formation
759Murexsul multicostatus var. ardocus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
760Vokesimurex multiplicatus bantamensis (Martin, 1895)Fiji, Java, North Borneo (Plio/Pleist to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.37), Cox, 1948Fiji, Java, North Borneo; generic assignment per Merle et al., 2011 (p.69)
761Vokesimurex multiplicatus darraghi (Ludbrook, 1978)Australia (Pliocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.69)formerly placed in Haustellum; new generic assignment per Merle et al., 2011
762Vokesimurex multiplicatus multiplicatus (Sowerby, 1895)Timor (Pliocene to Recent) Merle et al., 2011 (p.69)formerly placed in Haustellum; new generic assignment per Merle et al., 2011
763Murexsul multispinosus (Sowerby, 1904)Japan, Fiji (Late Pliocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.39)Digital Murex website places in the genus Murexiella
764Trophonopsis? multistriata (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) -
765Chicoreus (Triplex) muraena Handmann, 1882Austria (Middle Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)-
766Trophonopsis (s.s.) muricatus (Montagu, 1803)Mediterranean, Azores, UK, Black Sea (Pliocene to Recent) listed as genus Trophon on ECCG website of the Pliocene species of Belgium
767Trophonopsis (s.s.) muricatus valida Harmer, 1914Italy (Pleistocene) -
768Eupleura muriciformis (Broderip, 1833)South America; Baja California to Peru (Mid Miocene to Recent) -
769Eupleura muriciformis var. curta Arnold, 1903USA - California (Late Pleistocene) synonym of E. plicata (per Herbert, 2005)
770Eupleura muriciformis var. pleistocenensis Arnold, 1903USA - California (Late Pleistocene) synonym of E. triquetra (per Herbert, 2005)
771Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) muticus (Sowerby, 1818)France, England (Eocene) S. (L.) coronarius (Deshayes, 1865) is a synonym
772Calotrophon (s.s.) myakka Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Unit 4, Pinecrest Beds ("Black Layer")
773Typhis (s.s.) n. sp. -----New Zealand (Late Middle Miocene) Waiauan; see Vella, 1961
774Pteropurpura (Ocinebrellus) nagaokai Matsubara & AmanoNorthwestern Pacific (Late Early Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.502labral tooth
775Chicoreus (Triplex) nagiensis Taguchi et al., 1981Japan (Middle Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)originally described as subspecies of C. (Rhizophorimurex) capucinus
776Murexsul? nanissimus E.H. Vokes, 1994USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.81)-
777Rapanecphora nanjemoyensis Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Eocene) Woodstock Member of Nanjemoy Formation (Jackson Eocene)
778Chicoreus (Triplex) naricus (Vredenberg, 1925)India / Pakistan (Late Oligocene) Vredenburg, 1925 / 1928Nari Formation of Pakistan; see also Merle et al. (2011)
779Vokesimurex nasongoensis (Ladd, 1977)Fiji (Miocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.37); Merle et al., 2011Formerly placed in Haustellum; new generic assignment per Merle et al., 2011
780Paulinatrophon navidadensis Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile; Navidad Formation
781Muricopsis (Risomurex?) neconcheana (Pilsbry, 1900)Brazil / Argentina (Holocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.80)-
782Pterynotus (s.s.) neotripterus E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.14)-
783Coralliophila (s.s.) neritoidea ( = violacea) (Lamarck, 1816)Tropical Indo-West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ostergaard, 1928 (Library of Congress)listed in Ostergaard, 1928 as being found in the Pleistocene of Oahu, Hawaii
784?Chicoreus newtoni (Eames, 1957)Nigeria (Middle Eocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.106)-
785Siratus nicholsi (Gardner, 1947)USA - Florida (Middle Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.42)-
786Hexaplex (Muricanthus) nigritus (Philippi, 1845)Mexico (Pleistocene) -
787Eupleura nitida (Broderip, 1833)Venezuela/Costa Rica; Eastern Pacific (Early Pliocene to Recent) -
788Rapana niuensis NakagawaJapan (-) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.25Aratani Formation; earliest known species of genus, per V&C, 2000
789Nucella (Acanthina) nodosa Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertation-
790Concholepas nodosa Moricke, 1896Chile / Peru (Pliocene) The Veliger 43(1):43-50, 2000 -- DeVries-
791Thais (s.s.) nodosa (Linnaeus, 1758)Cape Verde Islands to Senegal (Subfossil to Recent) -
792Attiliosa nodulosa (A. Adams, 1855)Ecuador (Pliocene) -
793Nucella (s.s.) nomiana (=freycineti?) (Dall, 1920)USA - Alaska (Pliocene) possibly a synonym of N. freycineti
794Nucella (Acanthinucella) norna (Nomland, 1917)USA - California (Late Miocene) -
795Chicoreus (Triplex?) notatus (Eichwald, 1830)Poland (Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)Zukowce
796Ceratostoma notiale E.H. Vokes, 1988Ecuador (Pliocene) -
797Ceratostoma nuttalli -----USA - California (Quaternary) Vedder and Norris, 1963 (USGS)unnamed formation, Ventura County; see Paleo DB website
798Trophon? nysti (Rouault, 1850)France (Eocene) -
799Nucella (Acanthina) obesa DeVries, 2003Chile / Peru (Mio/Pliocene) -
800Typhis (Talityphis) obesus Gabb, 1873USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.75)also found at TU 958 (Panama)
801"Triton" obliteratus Cossmann, 1899Argentina (Early Miocene) potentially an ocenebrine (see Herbert & Del Rio, 2005); not in Vokes, 1971
802Ergalatax obscura Houart, 1996Red Sea/Mediterranean (Pleistocene to Recent) -
803Murex (s.s.) occa Sowerby, 1834Java (Pliocene) -
804"Tritonalia" ochotika Sinelnikova, 1990Russia (Early Middle Miocene) see Amano & Vermeij, 1998; Kakert Formation; related to Ocinebrellus?
805Xanthochorus ochuroma DeVries, 2005Peru (Early Pliocene) DeVries, 2005see Paleobiology Database website
806Murexsul octogonus (Quoy & Gaimard, 1833)New Zealand (Pleistocene to Recent) -
807Phyllonotus oculatus (Reeve, 1845)USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.69)Bermont Fm. (per Petuch, undocumented as a fossil by Vokes)
808Namamurex odontostoma Carrington and Kensley, 1969South Africa (Pliocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.503labral tooth
809Pteropurpura (Ocinebrellus) ogasawarai Amano & Vermeij, 1998Japan, NW Pacific (Pliocene to Early Pleistocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.503; Amano & Vermeij, 1998no labral tooth
810Daphnellopsis ogormani (Cossmann in O'Gorman, 1923)France (Early Eocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.24Ypresian of Aquitaine, France
811Dermomurex (s.s.) olssoni E.H. Vokes, 1989D.R.; Bahamas to Honduras (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.61); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.59)-
812Vokesimurex olssoni (E.H. Vokes, 1967)Western Atlantic region (Plio/Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.20)-
813Eupleura olssoni E.H. Vokes, 1989Ecuador (Late Miocene) Herbert, 2005Angostura Formation
814Dicathais orbita (Gmelin, 1791)Australia (Pleistocene?) not mentioned as being fossil in Tan, 2003
815Ocenebra (Hadriania) oretea (De Gregorio, 1884)Italy (Plio/Pleistocene) -
816Ocenebra (Hadriania) oretea pliocarinata Sacco, 1890Italy (Plio/Pleistocene) -
817Ocenebra orgellus var. asgorus (de Gregorio, 1885)Austria (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
818Ocenebra orgellus var. asipus (de Gregorio, 1885)Austria (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
819Ocenebra orgellus var. axipus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
820Timbellus ornatus (Grateloup, 1833)France (Oligocene) FLMNHalso found in the Rupelian Oligocene of the Mainz Basin, Germany
821Trophonopsis (s.s.) orpheus (Gould, 1849)USA - Alaska to California (Plio/Pleist to Recent) -
822Calotrophon (s.s.) ostrearum (Conrad, 1846)Southeastern US to Yucatan Peninsula (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.86)Bermont & Ft. Thompson Fms.
823Calotrophon (s.s.) ostrearum conradi (Mansfield, 1930)USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.88)Unit 10, Pinecrest Beds & Jackson Bluff Fm.
824Trophon ovallei (Philippi, 1887)Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile; Navidad Formation
825Murexsul oxytatus (M. Smith, 1938)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.57)new generic assignment per Houart, 2006
826Pterorytis (s.s.) pacanana Devries, 2006Peru (Late Pliocene) DeVries, 2005 (Nautilus)see Paleobiology Database website
827Dermomurex (s.s.) pacei Petuch, 1988Costa Rica; Bahamas/FL to Cuba (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.61)-
828Favartia (s.s.) pacei Petuch, 1988USA - southern Florida (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.126)-
829Ecphora (s.s.) pachycostata Petuch, 1989USA - N. Carolina (Pliocene) -
830Dermomurex (Takia) pachystirus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) -
831Boreotrophon pacificus Dall, 1902USA - California to Bering Sea (Pleistocene to Recent) -
832?Chicoreus packardi (Dickerson, 1915)USA - Washington (Middle Eocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.106)-
833Nucella (Acanthinucella) packi (Clark, 1918)USA - California, Oregon (Late Oligo to Early Miocene) Addicott, 1983 (USGS PP 774-G, p.G9); Vermeij, 2001, p.505lower part of Empire Fm. (Oregon); San Ramon Sandstone (California)
834Vokesimurex pahayokee (=rubidus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Caloosahatchee Fm.
835"Tritonalia" palanica Sinelnikova, 1990Russia (Middle Miocene) see Amano & Vermeij, 1998; Etolon Formation; related to Ocinebrellus?
836Typhis (Typhina) palmerae Gertman, 1969USA - Texas (Eocene) -
837Ecphorosycon pamlico (Wilson, 1987)USA - N. Carolina (Miocene) Bonnerton Member of Pungo River Fm. & Plum Point Member of Calvert Fm. (Langhian)
838Siratus paramangus (Ludbrook, 1941)Australia (Pliocene) Merle et al., 2011-
839Siphonochelus (Trubatsa) parisiensis (d'Orbigny, 1850)England / France (Eocene) DuShane considered this and other European species to be genus Cinclidotyphis; Cossmann's figure = rutoti?
840Eupleura paroudia Herbert, 2005Mexico (Early to Mid Pliocene) Herbert, 2005Atlantic
841Globecphora parvicostata (Pilsbry, 1911)USA - S. Carolina (Pliocene) -
842Pterynotus (s.s.) parvifolius Kautsky, 1925Netherlands, Belgium (Miocene) -
843Murexiella (s.s.) parvula E.H. Vokes, 1994USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.96)-
844Trophon pastorinoi Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile; Navidad Formation
845Pterynotus (s.s.) patagiatus (Hedley, 1912)NE Australia (Recent) holotype from Sydney Harbour, probably subfossil per Des Beechey website
846Indotyphis patellifer (Martin, 1931)Java (Eocene) Keen, 1944Nanggulan Beds, Netherlands East Indies
847Patuxentrophon (s.s.) patuxentensis (Martin, 1904)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
848Trisecphora (s.s.) patuxentia patuxentia (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
849Dermomurex (s.s.) pauperculus (C.B. Adams)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.65)-
850Hexaplex pecchiolianus (D'Ancona, 1871)Italy (Pliocene) -
851Hexaplex pecchiolianus var. ampurmus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
852Pterorytis (Microrhytis) pecki Emerson, 1959Mexico (Miocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.106)Encanto Fm. (Middle Miocene)
853Murex (s.s.) pecten pecten Lightfoot, 1786Indo-West Pacific (Plio/Pleistocene) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.43)recorded as fossil in Java and Vanuatu; see Paleo DB website
854Eupleura pectinata (Hinds, 1844)Columbia/Ecuador, Mexico to Panama (Late Miocene? to Recent) Herbert, 2005also found in the Pleistocene of Costa Rica (Pacific)
855Boreotrophon pedroana (Arnold)USA - California, Baja California (Pleistocene to Recent) Powell & Stevens, 2000San Pedro Formation
856Edithais pehuensis (Marwick)New Zealand (Late Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.25Tongaporutuan; last representative of extinct genus; see Vermeij, 1998
857Stramonita (Stramonita) penelaevis Vermeij & Herbert, 2004USA - Florida (Plo/Pleistocene) member of the S. bicarinata group
858Xymenopsis peninsularis Brunet, 1997Argentina (Late Miocene) Vermeij, 2007, p.491example of the formation of closed siphonal tubes in adult specimens
859Vokesimurex pennae (Maury, 1925)Dominican Republic (Mio/Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.12); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.27)-
860Ocenebra (s.s.) pentaedrica (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1924)France (Miocene) -
861Ceratostoma perangulatus (Nomland, 1916)USA - California (Pliocene) genus per Vokes, 1971; reassigned from Eupleura; see Herbert, 2005
862Trophonopsis? peregra (Beyrich, 1854)France, Belgium (?), Denmark (Oligo/Miocene) = ?Muricopsis pereger - see Merle, 2003; ECCG lists "Favartia peregra" from the Miocene of Belgium
863Timbellus perlongus (Bellardi)Poland, France (Early/Middle Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001per Baluk website; see also Paleo DB website
864Calotrophon (s.s.) perplexus (=ostrearum) (Olsson & Harbison, 1953)USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.86)Caloosahatchee Fm., synonymized by Vokes but recognized by Petuch
865Urosalpinx perrugatus (Conrad, 1846)USA - Florida (Pleistocene) -
866Murexiella (s.s.) petiti E.H. Vokes, 1968USA - S. Carolina (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.115)-
867Trophonopsis (?) petiti Campbell, 1993USA - Virginia (Pliocene) -
868"Fusus" petitianus d'Orbigny, 1842Chile (Pliocene) potentially an ocenebrine (see Herbert & Del Rio, 2005)
869Vaughtia petrocyon (Kensley & Pether, 1986)South Africa (Pliocene) -
870Aspella petuchi E.H. Vokes, 1995USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1995 (TS 28, p.121)-
871Murexiella (s.s.) petuchi E.H. Vokes, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.106)-
872Typhis (s.s.) peyreirensis Cossmann & PeyrotFrance (Eocene or Oligocene?) Keen, 1944; Vella, 1961Peyrere, France
873Calotrophon (s.s.) phagon (Gardner, 1947)USA - Florida (Early to Mid Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.85)Oak Grove Sand and Shoal River Fm.
874Herminespina philippii (Moricke, 1896)Peru, Chile (Late Miocene to Pliocene) same as species placed in genus Memorabiliglobus in Nielsen's 2003 dissertation?
875Poirieria (Flexopteron) philippinensis (T. Shuto, 1969)Philippines (-) -
876Urosalpinx phrikna (Gardner & Aldrich, 1919)USA - Virginia (Pliocene) -
877Timbellus phyllopterus (Lamarck, 1822)Florida, Costa Rica, D.R.; Windward Islands (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.17); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.52)one fragment from the Tamiami Formation of Florida
878Pterotyphis (Pterotyphis) pinnatus (Broderip, 1833)Western Atlantic (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.83)Moin Fm. (Costa Rica), Gurabo Fm. (Dominican Republic)
879Murexsul pitti E.H. Vokes, 1988Ecuador (Pliocene) -
880Typhis (s.s.) planus Vella, 1961New Zealand (Early Miocene) Altonian
881Poirieria (Flexopteron) plateaui (Cossmann, 1907)France (Eocene) http://www.gastropods.com/8/Shell_28928.html
882Stramonita (Taurasia) pleurotoma (Grateloup)Southern Europe (Early Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.24Aquitanian and Burdigalian; synonym of S. (T.) subfusiformis?
883Eupleura plicata (Reeve, 1844)USA - California to Peru (Early Pliocene to Recent) Herbert, 2005E. muriciformis var. curta is a synonym, per Herbert, 2005
884Nucellopsis plicatilis (Deshayes, 1835)France (Eocene) Merle, 2005-
885Nucellopsis plicatilis chapuisi (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) -
886Nucellopsis plicatilis sarroniensis (Carez, 1879)France (Eocene) -
887Nucellopsis plicatilis var. chapuisi (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) Merle, 2005, p.181Ypresian; synonymized with the parent species by Merle, 2005
888Poirieria (Paziella?) plini (De Raincourt, 1864)France (Eocene) was formerly under ?Trophon - see Merle, 2003
889Thais (s.s.) pluriplicata Cossmann and Peyrot, 1924France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Harzhauser and Kowalke, 2001 placed in the genus Cymia
890Ocenebra (Hadriania) polonica -----Poland (Miocene) new species per Maluk website
891Coralliophila (Fusomurex) polygonulus (Lamarck)Japan (Miocene) Yokoyama, 1931; MacNeil, 1960, p.65)Tanagura beds of Kiritani; Hatai & Nisiyama referred it to "Tritonalia inornata (Recluz)"
892Heteropurpura polymorpha (Brocchi, 1814)Spain, Italy (Mio/Pliocene) several varieties
893Heteropurpura polymorpha var. apismus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
894Heteropurpura polymorpha var. pliopervaricosa Sacco, 1904Italy (Mid Miocene to Pliocene) -
895Heteropurpura polymorpha var. plioscalarata Sacco, 1904Italy (Mid Miocene to Pliocene) -
896Heteropurpura polymorpha var. pliosubobtusa Sacco, 1904France, Italy (Mid Miocene to Pliocene) -
897Vokesimurex polynematicus (Brown & Pilsbry, 1911)Western Atlantic region (Miocene to Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.13)-
898Apixystus polyphyllia (Woods, 1879)Australia (Miocene) genus assignment per Paleo DB website (see also Griffin & Pastorino, 2005)
899Phyllonotus pomatus E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Mio/Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.63); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.39)Cercado and Gurabo Formations
900Hexaplex pomiformis (Eichwald)Poland, Austria, Romania (Miocene) Harzhauser, 2002; Tita, 2007Lower Miocene of Austria; Badenian of Romania
901Phyllonotus pomum (Gmelin, 1791)Western Atlantic region (Plio/Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.67); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.40)Bermont & Ft. Thompson Fms., also found in deposits carbon-dated at 8000 YBP near Bahia Las Minas, Panama
902Nucellopsis ponsi Merle, 1999France (Eocene) Merle, 2005Thanetian, Paris Basin
903Lindapterys poppelacki HornesAustria (Miocene) -
904Dermomurex (Takia) portelli E.H. Vokes, 1992USA - Florida, North Carolina (Early/Middle Oligocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.81)Suwanee Limestone and River Bend Formation
905Timbellus postii (Dall)USA - Florida (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.16)-
906Roperia poulsoni (Carpenter, 1864)USA - California (Pleistocene) -
907Nucella (s.s.) praecedens (Bellardi, 1882)Italy (Pliocene) -
908Spinucella praecingulata (Haughton)South Africa (Pliocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.505-
909Pterynotus (s.s.) praepatagiatus E.H. Vokes, 1992USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.13)-
910Muricopsis (s.s.) praepauxilla (Maury, 1917)Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.56); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.67)Cercado & Gurabo Fms.; a single "rolled" specimen from the Baitoa Fm. Is tentatively referred to this species
911Favartia (Pygmaepterys) pratulum (Vokes & D'Attilio, 1980)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.141)-
912Typhis (Talityphis) precursor Keen & Campbell, 1964Trinidad (Miocene) -
913Eupleura prenitida E.H. Vokes, 1989Panama (Late Miocene) Herbert, 2005-
914Murexsul prionotus (Tate, 1888)South Australia (Miocene) Priabonian, per Merle & Houart 2003
915Aspella producta (W.H. Pease, 1871)Red Sea, Indo-Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Nankuli Area, Oahu
916Ocenebra (s.s.) producta (Bellardi, 1872)Italy (Pliocene) -
917Thais (s.s.) producta (Bellardi, 1882)Italy (Pliocene) Harzhauser and Kowalke, 2001 placed in the genus Cymia
918Ocenebra (s.s.) producta var. incrassata -----Italy (Pliocene) -
919Poirieria (Paziella?) progne (White, 1887)Brazil (Paleocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.29)-
920Chicoreus (Triplex) prolixus E.H. Vokes, 1974Costa Rica (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.32)-
921Timbellus propeposti (Mansfield)USA - Florida (Oligocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.8)-
922Pterynotus (s.s.) prosopeion (Nyst, 1861)Belgium (Miocene) per ECCG website
923Typhis (Typhinellus?) protetrapterus (Sacco, 1904)Italy (Oligocene) Keen, 1944; Vella, 1961described as subspecies of tetrapterus
924Pteropurpura (Ocinebrellus) protoaduncus (hatai & Kotaka, 1959)Japan (Late Middle Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.503; Amano & Vermeij, 1998Ginzan Formation; no labral tooth
925Trisecphora (s.s.) prunicola (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) Pungo River Fm. & Plum Point Member of Calvert Fm. (Langhian)
926Chicomurex pseudoaratus (Cossmann and Peyrot, 1924)France (Early Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.110)formerly placed, questionably, in Naquetia
927Undetermined pseudonysti (Wood, 1879)England (Late Pliocene) Coralline Crag Formation; see Paleobiology DB website
928Eupleura pterina (=Pterorytis dryas) Gardner, 1947USA - Florida (Miocene) Herbert, 2005described from a juvenile specimen; most likely invalid (see also Herbert, 2005)
929Typhis (Talityphis) pterinus Gardner, 1936USA - Florida (Middle Miocene) -
930Dermomurex (Trialatella) pterynoides E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Miocene to Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.73); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.61)-
931Hexaplex pumilis (Fuchs, 1870)Italy (Eocene) from OeType website; invalid name per Vokes, 1971
932Typhis (s.s.) pungens Sol. in Brander, 1766Western Europe, Denmark (Eocene/Miocene) Baldi, 1973reached the Aral & Caucasus Basins by the Oligocene, per Harzhauser et al., 2002
933Murexiella (s.s.) puntagordanum (Weisbord, 1962)Venezuela (Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.114)-
934Ricinula puruensis MartinIndonesia (Middle Eocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.24"probably related to the genus Cronia"
935Phyllonotus pyknos (Gardner, 1947)USA - Florida (Middle Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.63)-
936Trophon? pyrenaicensis Cossmann in O'Gorman, 1923France (Eocene) -
937Pseduocolumbarium pyruliformis (Sowerby, 1846)Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile; Navidad Formation
938Ocenebra quadrangulata -----France (Miocene) -
939Ecphora (s.s.) quadricostata leecreekensis Petuch, 1987USA - N. Carolina (Pliocene) -
940Ecphora (s.s.) quadricostata quadricostata (Say, 1824)USA - Coastal Plain, Florida (Pliocene) Zanclian Pliocene from northern Virginia to southern Florida
941Ecphora (s.s.) quadricostata rachelae Petuch, 1988USA - Virginia (Pliocene) Yorktown Fm. (Zanclian)
942Ecphora (s.s.) quadricostata umbilicata (Wagner, 1839)USA - N. Carolina (Pliocene) -
943Stramonita (s.s.) quadridentata E. H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic, Panama (Late Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.68)Cercado and Gatun Formations
944Xymenopsis quenselli (=T.leanzai) Brunet, 1997Argentina (Middle or Late Miocene) synonym of T. leanzai, per Griffin & Pastorino, 2005
945Xymene quinzioi Nielsen, 2003Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile; Navidad Formation
946Siratus quirosensis (F. Hodson)Venezuela (Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.40)La Rosa and Cantaure Formations
947Muricopsis (s.s.) quisqueyensis E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.56); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.68)-
948Chicoreus (Triplex) rachelcarsonae (=dilectus) Petuch, 1987USA - Florida (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990Bermont Fm.; synonymized with dilectus by Vokes in 1990
949"Lotorium" ("Lampusia") rada von Ihering, 1907Argentina (Early Miocene) potentially an ocenebrine (see Herbert & Del Rio, 2005)
950Hexaplex (Muricanthus) radix (Gmelin, 1791)West Panama to Ecuador (Lower Pleist to Recent) Olsson, 1942Armuelles Formation of Costa Rica
951Morula (Habromorula) radwini E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Miocene to Pliocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.88)Vokes placed in genus Spinidrupa but compared to "S. spinosa" which belongs to this genus; Cercado & Gurabo Fms.
952Chicoreus (s.s.) ramosus (Linne, 1758)Red Sea / Indo-Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Merle only documents C. virgineus from the fossil record from this subgenus
953Rapana rapiformis (Born, 1778)Red Sea / Indo-Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) -
954Urosalpinx rappahannockensis (Gardner, 1948)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
955Muricopsis (?) rarisulcata (Deshayes, 1834)France (Middle Eocene) Ocinebrina per Vermeij, 2007 & Merle, 2005? ("earliest ocenebrine with a sealed canal")
956Chicoreus (Triplex) raulini (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1924)France (Late Oligocene) Vermeij, 2007, p.491; Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)Vermeij placed in Pterynotus
957Ocinebrina (s.s.) recognita Baluk, 2006Poland (Middle Miocene) Baluk, 2006see Baluk, 2006 for details (Lower Badenian)
958Calotrophon (Panamurex) recticanalis (Weisbord, 1962)Venezuela (Plo/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.53)-
959Vokesimurex rectirostris (Sowerby, 1841)China Sea, Vanuatu (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.43)First recorded as fossil in Pleistocene of Vanuatu; see also Merle et al., 2011
960Ergalatax recurrens -----France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitanian of Saucats; see Paleobiology DB website
961Vokesimurex recurvirostris (Broderip, 1833)Ecuador (Pliocene) -
962Undetermined reedi (Wood, 1877)England (Late Pliocene) Coralline Crag Formation; see Paleobiology DB website
963Spinucella reimersi (Von Koenen, 1872)Denmark (Miocene) per ECCG website
964"Tritonalia" rekinicus Sinelnikova, 1990Russia (Middle Miocene) see Amano & Vermeij, 1998; Etolon Formation; related to Ocinebrellus?
965Coralliophila (s.l.) renatimagnei Magne, 1941Denmark, Germany, France (Early to Late Oligocene) Lozouet and Renard, 1998, p.175found in the Rupelian of Gironde, France
966Ocenebra renierii -----France (Miocene) -
967Pterynotus (Purpurellus) repetiti E.H. Vokes, 1970USA - N. Carolina (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.21)-
968Trophon retrorsum Brunet, 1997Argentina (Middle or Late Miocene) synonym of T. leanzai, per Griffin & Pastorino, 2005
969Rhopalimurex rhopalicus (Philippi, 1887)Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile; Navidad Formation
970Pterynotus (s.s.) rhysus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) sometimes placed in the subgenus Pterochelus
971Drupa (s.s.) ricina hadari Emerson & Cembarsky,1973Red Sea (Pleistocene to Recent) -
972Drupa (s.s.) ricina ricina (Linnaeus, 1758)Indo-Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.39)Ladd documented a single worn specimen from the Pleistocene of Guam
973Ecphora (s.s.) rikeri Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Drum Cliff Member of Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
974Drupa (s.s.) ringens (Deshayes, 1865)France (Eocene) -
975Phyllonotus riparius (E.H. Vokes, 1963)USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.64)Unit 10, Pinecrest Beds & Jackson Bluff Fm.
976Latiaxis (s.s.) roddai Ladd, 1982Fiji (Late Pliocene) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.45)Mba Group, Late/Upper Pliocene
977Timbellus rogersi Portell & Vokes, 1997USA - Florida (Eocene) Portell & Vokes, 1997 (TS 30, p.203)species at this locality occur as voids in the limestone from which casts/peels are made
978Leptoconchus rollei (= jaegeri?) (Boettger, 1906)Paratethys (Miocene) Lozouet and Renard, 1998, p.177Badenian
979Murexsul rostralis (Grateloup, 1847)France (Oligo/Miocene) Chattian/Aquitainian of Aquitaine, per M&H 2003
980Thais (Neorapana) rotundata Gibson-Smith et al., 1997Venezuela (Lower Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.25; Vermeij, 2001 (p.507)only species known outside the eastern Pacific
981Crassimurex rouaulti (Cossmann in O'Gorman, 1923)France (Eocene) -
982Pterorytis (s.s.) roxaneae Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994; Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.100)-
983Ecphora (s.s.) roxaneae Petuch, 1991USA - Florida (Pliocene) -
984Vokesimurex rubidus (F.C. Baker, 1897)Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.17)Caloosahatchee Fm.
985Urosalpinx rucksorum Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Nashua and Waccamaw Formations
986Hexaplex rudis (Borson, 1821)Mediterranean (Mio/Pliocene) -
987Hexaplex rudis sedgwicki (Michelotti, 1841)Austria (Miocene) listed as full species on OeType website
988Coralliophila ruditzensis (Hoernes & Auinger, 1885)Czechoslovakia (Miocene) from OeType website; generic assignment per Vokes, 1971
989Timbellus rufirupicolus (Dall)USA - Georgia (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.16)known from a single internal mold; may be the same as P. postii, per Vokes, 1992
990Siphonochelus (?) rugicostatus Chapman & Crespin, 1933Australia (Pliocene) Keen, 1944Kalimnan Stage, East Gippland, Victoria (see Keen, 1944)
991Nucella (Acanthina) rugosa DeVries, 2003Peru (Mio/Pliocene) -
992Drupella rugosa (Born, 1778)Red Sea to West Pacific (Recent) -
993Urosalpinx rushi (Pilsbry, 1897)Uruguay (Pleistocene) -
994Urosalpinx rusticus (Conrad, 1830)USA - Maryland (Miocene) The Nautilus 106(4):155-173, 1993 -- Petuch-
995Murex (s.s.) ruthae E.H. Vokes, 1987Baha California, Mexico (Pleistocene to Recent) -
996Vokesimurex ruthae E.H. Vokes, 1988Ecuador (Pliocene) -
997Typhis (Typhina) rutoti (Cossmann, 1882)France (Eocene) -
998Calotrophon (Panamurex) rutschi E.H. Vokes, 1992Venezuela (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.52)labral tooth
999Chicoreus (Triplex) rutteni (Beets, 1950)Indonesia (Pliocene) Beets, 1950; Merle et al., 2011-
1000Timbellus sabinola (Palmer)USA - Texas, Louisiana (Middle Eocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.9)-
1001Coralliophila (s.s.) sacyi (Cossmann and Peyrot, 1924)France (Late Oligo to Early Miocene) Lozouet and Renard, 1998, p.175Chattian, Aquitanian, Burdigalian
1002Vitularia (s.s.) salbriacensis -----France (Miocene) -
1003Vitularia (s.s.) salebrosa (King & Broderip, 1832)Ecuador (Pliocene) -
1004Hexaplex (Muricanthus) sandbergeri (Hornes, 1856)Austria, Poland (Middle Miocene) per Baluk website
1005Pterynotus (s.s.) sandbergeri var. arenaria (Steurer, 1912)Germany (Oligocene) FLMNH - Sue Stephens collectionMiddle Oligocene (Rupelian: "Meeressand") of Mainz Basin; see Vokes, 1971
1006Lindapterys sanderi Petuch, 1987Costa Rica (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1996 (TS 29, p.42)-
1007Ecphora (s.s.) sandgatesensis Petuch, 1989USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
1008Trophon santacruzensis Ihering, 1897Argentina (Late Oligo / Early Mio) originally described as variety of T. laciniatus; Chenque and Monte Leon Fms.
1009Stramonita (Thaisiella) santodomingensis (Pilsbry & Johnson, 1917)Domnican Republic (Miocene to Pliocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.86)Cercado and Gurabo Formations
1010Vokesimurex saplisi (MacNeil, 1960)Japan (Miocene to Early Pliocene) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.62); Merle et al. 2011"related to M. rectirostris and M. sobrinus"; new generic assignment per Merle et al., 2011
1011Chicoreus (Triplex) sarae (=floridanus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Caloosahatchee Fm.; synonym named by Petuch after Vokes' 1990 update of the genus
1012Calotrophon (Acantholabia) sarasotaensis Petuch, 1991USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.92)-
1013Stramonita (s.s.) sarasotana (=haemastoma canaliculata) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994"subjectively synonymous" with S. haemastoma canaliculata, per Vermeij, 2001 (lowermost Caloosahatchee Fm.)
1014Dermomurex (s.s.) sarkini E.H. Vokes, 1992Costa Rica (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.69)-
1015Herminespina saskiae DeVries & Vermeij, 1997Peru (Early Pliocene) -
1016Chicoreus (Triplex) saulii (Sowerby, 1834)Japan to New Guinea (Late Pleistocene to Recent) Nomura and Zinbo, 1934Ryukyu Group; see Paleo DB website
1017Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) sawkinsi (Mansfield, 1925)Venezuela (Miocene) -
1018Ocinebrina (s.s.) scabriuscula (Grateloup, 1847)France (Miocene) Aquitanian
1019Muricopsis (s.s.) scabrosa (Dall, 1915)USA - Florida (Oligo/Miocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.53)-
1020Pteropurpura (s.s.) scalariformis (Nyst, 1861)Belgium (Early Miocene) Glibert (1952) considered this a variety of P. delbosiana
1021Ocinebrina (s.s.) scalaris (Brocchi, 1814)Italy (Late Mio to Pleistocene) labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
1022Dermomurex (s.s.) scalaroides (Blainvilleronn, 1829)Mediterranean / W. Africa (Miocene to Recent) rare in the Miocene of Italy; more common in the Pliocene
1023Dermomurex (s.s.) scalaroides var. arlus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
1024Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) schencki (Keen & Campbell, 1964)Columbia (Miocene) -
1025Lyrotyphis (s.s.) schlotheimi (Von Koenen, 1889)Germany, England (Eocene? to Oligocene) Keen, 1944see Keen for a brief discussion
1026Muricodrupa schmederi (Wissema)Indo-West Pacific (Plio-Pleistocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.505-
1027Trisecphora (s.s.) schmidti (Petuch, 1988)- (-) -
1028Ocinebrina (s.s.) schoenni (Hornes, 1853)Central Paratethys (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Baldi, 1973See Baldi, 1973 for a discussion
1029Trisecphora (s.s.) scientistensis (Petuch, 1992)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
1030Trachypollia sclera Woodring, 1928USA - Florida, Jamaica, Coasta Rica, D. R. (Plio/Pleist to Recent) Vokes, 1996 (TS 29, p.34)-
1031Murex (s.s.) scolopax Dillwyn, 1817Red Sea / Indian Ocean (Pleistocene to Recent) -
1032Typhis (Rugotyphis) secundus Vella, 1961New Zealand (Early to Mid Miocene) -
1033Lyrotyphis (Eotyphis) sejunctus (Semper, 1861)Western/Central Europe (Oligocene? to Miocene) ECCG records from the Miocene of Denmark; also in the Oligocene of Denmark?
1034Lyrotyphis (Eotyphis) sejunctus priscus (Rutot, 1876)Belgium, Germany (Miocene) Keen, 1944subspecies/variant per ECCG website; Keen lists as variant of fistulosus ?= sejunctus
1035Pterorytis (s.s.) seminola (= umbrifer) Olsson and Petit, 1964USA - Atlantic Coastal Plain (Pliocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.90)high energy variant of P. umbrifer, per Vokes, 1997
1036Trophonopsis (Pagodula) semperi (Von Koenen, 1882)Belgium, Denmark (Oligocene to Miocene) see ECCG website
1037Aspella senex (Dall, 1903)Southeast US to Mexico (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.58)-
1038Poirieria (Flexopteron) septemcostata (Rouault, 1850)France (Eocene) -
1039Poirieria (Paziella) septima E.H. Vokes, 1970Mexico (Pliocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.30)-
1040Coralliophila (s.s.) serraticincta -----Poland (Middle Miocene) new species per Baluk website
1041Latiaxis serratus -----US - Tennessee (Cretaceous) Sohl, 1960 (USGS PP 331)Coon Creek Tongue Member (Ripley Formation), Late/Upper Campanian
1042Nassa serta (Bruguiere, 1789)West Pacific (Pliocene to Recent) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.40), MacNeil, 1960Pleistocene of Tonga, Plio/Pleistocene of Japan (Nahu and Yontan limestone)
1043Chicoreus (Triplex) setionoi Houart, 2001Indonesia (Subfossil to Recent) Houart, 2001-
1044Dermomurex (Takia) sexangulus (Dall, 1915)USA - Florida, North Carolina (Late Oligo / Early Mio) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.82)Tampa Limestone and Silverdale Beds
1045Jsowerbya sexdentata (J. de C. Sowerby, 1823)England (Late Eocene) Middle Headon Beds
1046Nucella (?) sexdentatus (Sowerby, 1823)England (Oligocene) -
1047Siratus sextoni E.H. Vokes, 1990USA - Florida, possibly Brazil (Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.41)-
1048Trisecphora (s.s.) shattucki (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
1049Murexiella (s.s.) shilohensis (Heilprin, 1888)USA - Atlantic Coastal Plain (Miocene to Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.95)-
1050Coralliophila (Fusomurex) shimajiriensis MacNeil, 1960Japan (Miocene or Pliocene) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.65)Shinzato tuff member
1051Chicoreus (Triplex) shirleyae E.H. Vokes, 1966USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.28)Unit 10, Pinecrest Beds
1052Muricopsis (s.s.) shirleyae E.H. Vokes, 1994USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.53)-
1053Nucella (s.s.) shiwa (=freycineti?) (Chinzei, 1961)Japan (Pliocene) possibly a synonym of N. freycineti
1054Poirieria (Pazinotus) silvatica (Palmer)USA - Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi (Middle to Late Eocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.36)angulatus Meyer, 1886 from the Mississippi Eocene is a synonym, per Vokes, 1971
1055Miocenebra silverdalensis (E.H. Vokes, 1963)USA - N. Carolina (Oligocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.75)-
1056Hexaplex similis (= fuchsi) (Fuchs, 1870)Italy (Eocene) from OeType website; invalid name per Vokes, 1971
1057Lyrotyphis (s.s.) simplex (=cuniculosus) (Philippi, 1841)Germany (Oligocene) Keen, 1944
1058Pterynotus? sindiensis (Vredenburg, 1928)Pakistan (Late Paleocene) Vermeij, 2007, p.492preservation insufficient to determine existence of sealed canal, per Vermeij, 2007
1059Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) sinuosus (Cossmann, 1902)France (Eocene) Keen, 1944Loire Basin, France
1060Typhis (Talityphis) siphon Woodring, 1928Jamaica (Plio/Pleistocene) -
1061Typhis (Typhina) siphonifer Dall, 1915USA - Florida (Oligo/Miocene) Hendy et al. (2008) placed in Pilsbrytyphis, per Paleobiology Database
1062Nucella (Acanthina) sismondai (Michelotti, 1840)Italy (Pliocene) -
1063Nassa situla (Reeve, 1846)Red Sea region (Pleistocene to Recent) -
1064Trisecphora (s.s.) smithae (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
1065Vokesimurex sobrinus (A. Adams, 1863)Japan (Late Pleist to Recent) Nomura and Zinbo, 1934; Merle et al., 2011Ryukyu Group, Late/Upper Pleistocene; see Paleo DB website
1066Acanthotrophon sorenseni (Hertlein & Strong, 1951)Ecuador (Pliocene) -
1067Jaton sowerbyi (Michelotti, 1841)Italy, Vienna Basin (Mid Mio to Pleistocene) per Vermeij & Houart, 1996, species found in Middle Miocene of Vienna Basin & Late Miocene of Italy
1068Trophon sowerbyi Griffin & Pastorino, 2005Argentina (Late Oligocene) new name for T. patagonicus (Sowerby, 1846); San Julian Formation
1069Coralliophila (s.s.) sp aff meyendorffii (Calcara, 1845)Venezuela (Pliocene to Recent) Landau et al., 2008this species is from the Mediterranean; see Paleobiology Database website
1070Coralliophila (Fusomurex?) sp. -----Japan (Miocene to Pliocene) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.65)Yonabaru clay member
1071Coralliophila (Hirtomurex) sp. -----Australia (Pleistocene) -
1072Coralliophila (s.s.) sp. -----Costa Rica (Pliocene) Collins and Coates, 1999 (BAP 357)see Paleobiology Database website
1073Coralliophila (s.s.) sp. -----Ecuador (Pleistocene) Ragaini et al., 2002see Paleobiology Database website
1074Coralliophila (s.s.) sp. -----Poland (Miocene) see Baluk, 2006 for details
1075Coralliophila (s.s.) sp. -----USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Hendry et al., 2008see Paleobiology Database website
1076Coralliophila (s.s.) sp. -----Spain (Late Miocene) Barrier et al., 1991see Paleobiology Database website
1077Coralliophila (s.s.) sp. -----Panama (Pleistocene) Collins and Coates, 1999 (BAP 357)see Paleobiology Database website
1078Coralliophila (s.s.) sp. -----Indonesia (Miocene) C. Beets, 1986see Paleobiology Database website
1079Coralliophila (s.s.) sp. -----Marshall Islands (Holocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.41)single small immature specimen from drill hole, Eniwetok
1080Latiaxis sp. -----US - Maryland (Cretaceous) Sohl and Koch, 1987Severn Fm., Late/Upper Maastrichtian, Prince Georges County
1081Latiaxis sp. -----US - Texas (Cretaceous) Sohl and Koch, 1984Corsicana Marl Formation, Late/Upper Maastrichtian; see Paleobiology DB website
1082Morula sp. -----Venezuela (Lower Pleistocene) Weisbord, 1964listed as "Drupa (Morula) nodulosa"; Abisinia Fm., see Paleo DB website
1083Morula sp. -----Indonesia (Late Miocene) Beets, 1981Gelingseh and basal Menkrawit Beds, Borneo, Indonesia
1084Morula sp. -----Marshall Islands, Indonesia (Pliocene to Holocene) Ladd & Schlanger, 1960; Beets, 1950see Paleobiology Database website; listed as "Drupa (Morula) concatenata"
1085Morula? sp. -----Pakistan (Pleistocene) Crame, 1984Ormara & Jiwani Formation; see Paleobiology Database website
1086Orania sp. -----Spain (Late Miocene) Barrier et al., 1991Brčches rouges de Carboneras Fm., lower Messinian; see Paleo DB website
1087Xanthochorus sp. -----Peru (Late Pliocene) DeVries, 2005 (Nautilus)see Paleobiology Database website
1088Chicoreus (Rhizophorimurex) sp. -----Japan (Middle Miocene) Yoshino Formation (Katsuta Group); see Paleobiology DB website
1089Chicoreus (s.s.) sp. -----Indonesia (Miocene) C. Beets, 1986See Paleobiology Database website
1090Chicoreus (s.s.) sp. -----Borneo (Late Miocene) Beets, 1986Lower Gelingseh Beds Member; see Paleobiology DB website
1091Chicoreus (Triplex) sp. -----Panama (Pliocene) Collins and Coates, 1999 (BAP 357)Escudo de Veraguas Formation (Bocas del Toro Group); see Paleobiology DB website
1092Phyllonotus sp. -----Panama (Early Pliocene) Collins and Coates, 1999Cayo Agua Formation (Bocas del Toro Group); see Paleobiology DB website
1093Poirieria (Flexopteron) sp. -----Bulgaria (Middle Miocene) generic assignment questionable; resembles P. (F.) deshayesi
1094Pterynotus (s.s.) sp. -----Italy (Oligocene) -
1095Pterynotus (s.s.) sp. -----Marshall Islands (Holocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.39)single immature specimen, from drill hole, Eniwetok
1096Siratus sp. -----Panama (Early Pliocene) Collins and Coates, 1999Cayo Agua Formation (Bocas del Toro Group); see Paleobiology DB website
1097Vokesimurex? sp. -----Panama (Early Pliocene) Collins and Coates, 1999Cayo Agua Formation (Bocas del Toro Group); see Paleobiology DB website
1098Homalocantha sp. -----Bulgaria (Miocene) -
1099Murexsul sp. -----USA - Alabama (Early Eocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.81)single juvenile specimen; earliest known Murexsul in New World, per Vokes
1100Muricopsis (s.s.) sp. -----Bulgaria (Middle Miocene) -
1101Eupleura sp. -----USA - Florida (Early Pleistocene) Herbert dissertationBermont Formation
1102Jaton sp. -----Austria (Miocene) -
1103Jaton sp. -----Poland (Miocene) Merle does not consider Polish specimens to be O. erinaceus; see also Vermeij & Houart, 1996
1104Mariasalpinx sp. -----USA - Maryland (Miocene) Petuch, 1993; Vermeij, 2001, p.503Little Cove Member of St. Mary's Fm.; no labral tooth
1105Nucella (s.s.) sp. -----Belgium (Miocene) per ECCG website
1106Ocenebra sp. -----Bulgaria (Middle Miocene) -
1107Ocenebra sp. -----Columbia (Miocene) Lower Cibarco Formation
1108Ocenebra sp. -----USA - Oregon (Late Miocene) Addicott, 1983 (USGS PP 774-G, p.G13)lower part of Empire Formation, near Capo Blanco
1109Ocenebra (s.s.) sp. -----Austria (Miocene) possibly Jaton?
1110Ocinebrina (s.s.) sp. -----Bulgaria (Middle Miocene) -
1111Plicopurpura sp. -----Venezuela (Lower Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.25undescribed species, per Vermeij, 2001
1112Rapana sp. -----Japan (Early Pleistocene) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.62)Yontan Limestone Member
1113Rapana sp. -----Pakistan (Pliocene) Crame, 1984Talar Sandstone and Chatti Mudstone; see Paleobiology DB website
1114Rapana sp. -----Pakistan (Mid to Late Miocene) Crame, 1984Parkini Mudstone Formation, Middle Miocene to Late/Upper Miocene; see Paleo DB website
1115Stramonita (s.s.) sp. -----Fiji (Miocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.41)single worn specimen from Viti Levu
1116Thais (Neorapana) sp. -----Costa Rica (Pliocene) La Vaca Formation, in Woodring, 1973
1117Tritonopsis (s.s.) sp. -----Panama (Late Eocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.25Gatuncilla Formation
1118Trophon sp. -----USA - California (Late Oligocene) Weaver, 1969Lower Conglomerate Member (Vaqueros Formation), Chattian
1119Trophon sp. -----Antarctica (Middle Pliocene) from British Antarctic Survey website (Cockburn Island)
1120Trophonopsis sp. -----USA - Washington (Early Miocene) Addicott, 1976 (USGS PP 976, p.23)incomplete external mold
1121Typhis sp. -----USA - California (Paleocene) Moreno Member (Lodo Fm.), Fresno County; see Paleo DB website
1122Typhis sp. -----Italy (Eocene) Marna di Possagno Formation, Priabonian; see Paleo FB website
1123Nucella? sp. -----Japan (Pliocene) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.64)Naha limestone (fragment simply referred to as "incertia sedis" by MacNeil)
1124Undetermined sp. -----Pakistan (Pliocene) Crame, 1984Talar Sandstone and Chatti Mudstone; see Paleobiology DB website
1125Thais (s.s.) sp. "A" -----Bulgaria (Middle Miocene) -
1126Thais (s.s.) sp. "B" -----Bulgaria (Middle Miocene) -
1127Thais (s.s.) sp. "C" -----Bulgaria (Middle Miocene) -
1128Chicoreus (s.s.) sp. 2 -----Borneo (Late Miocene) Beets, 1986Lower Gelingseh Beds Member; see Paleobiology DB website
1129Chicoreus (s.s.) sp. 3 -----Borneo (Late Miocene) Beets, 1986Lower Gelingseh Beds Member; see Paleobiology DB website
1130Chicoreus (s.s.) sp. 4 -----Borneo (Late Miocene) Beets, 1986Lower Gelingseh Beds Member; see Paleobiology DB website
1131Coralliophila (Fusomurex) sp. A -----Marshall Islands (Early to Late Miocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.42)two worn specimens, believed to be undescribed
1132Latiaxis (Latimurex) sp. A -----Marshall Islands (Late Miocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.43)single incomplete, worn specimen
1133Nucella (s.s.) sp. A -----USA - Oregon (Miocene) Addicott, 1983 (USGS PP 774-G, p.G9)lower part of Empire Formation, Capo Blanco, Oregon
1134Purpura sp. A -----Pakistan (Pliocene) Crame, 1984Talar Sandstone; see Paleobiology Database website
1135Siratus sp. aff. anguliferous (Lamarck, 1822)Japan (Late Miocene) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.62)juvenile specimen with broken canal; Yonabaru Clay Member (Shimajiri Fm.)
1136Coralliophila (Fusomurex) sp. B -----Marshall Islands (Early Miocene) Ladd, 1977 (USGS PP 533, p.42)single immature, worn specimen
1137Nucella (s.s.) sp. B -----USA - Oregon (Miocene) Addicott, 1983 (USGS PP 774-G, p.G9)lower part of Empire Formation, Capo Blanco, Oregon
1138Purpura sp. B -----Pakistan (Pliocene) Crame, 1984Talar Sandstone; see Paleobiology Database website
1139Siphonochelus (s.s.) sp. cf. arcuatus (Hinds, 1843)Japan, Thailand (Pliocene to Recent) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.63)potentially S. japonicus?
1140Murex (?) sp. cf. aturensis -----Denmark (Miocene) same species as ECCG lists as M. spinicosta?
1141Morula (s.s.) sp. cf. bellardi -----France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitanian of Saucats; see Paleobiology DB website
1142Eupleura sp. cf. caudata (Say, 1822)USA - North Carolina (Early Pleistocene) James City Formation?
1143Chicoreus (Triplex) sp. cf. clausii (=varius) (Dunker, 1879)Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.37); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.36)"3 battered specimens"; clausii is a living West African species
1144Coralliophila (s.s.) sp. cf. costularis (Lamarck, 1816)Australia, Japan (Pleistocene) Kendrick et al., 1991; Foster, 1965 (USGS PP 399)see Paleobiology Database website
1145Coralliophila (Aldrichia) sp. cf. granifera -----Germany (Miocene) Wienrich, 1997see Paleobiology Database website
1146Nucella (s.s.) sp. cf. lamellosa (Gmelin, 1791)Kamchatka, Russia (Early Late Miocene) -
1147Chicoreus (Triplex) sp. cf. microphyllus (Lamarck)Indo-West Pacific (Pliocene to Recent) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.62)fossil from Pliocene of Timor referred to this species by Tesch (1915)
1148Ceratostoma sp. cf. perponderosum (Dall, 1909)USA - California (Miocene) Jewett Sand (Aquitanian)
1149Typhis (s.s.) sp. cf. pungens Sol. in Brander, 1766Vienna Basin (Oligocene) -
1150Muricopsis (s.s.) sp. cf. quisqueyensis -----Costa Rica (Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.57)-
1151Drupa (s.s.) sp. cf. ricinus (Linnaeus, 1758)Tropical Indo-Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) -
1152Ocenebra (s.s.) sp. cf. ritzingensis -----Austria (Miocene) -
1153Ergalatax sp. Cf. seraphinae -----France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitanian of Saucats; see Paleobiology DB website
1154Chicoreus (s.s.) sp. cf. sinensis (= asianus) (Reeve)Taiwan (Tertiary) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.62)Byoritzu beds
1155Chicomurex sp. cf. superbus (Sowerby, 1889)Japan to NE Australia (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.43)recorded as fossil in Pleistocene of Vanuatu
1156Rapana sp. cf. thomsoni -----Japan (Early Pleistocene) Okamoto and Ibaraki, 1988Tsunozu Group; see Paleobiology Database website
1157Latiaxis (Tolema) sp. cf. winckworthi Fulton, 1930Japan to Philippines (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.45)also placed in Hirtomurex; found in the Pleistocene of Vanuatu
1158Chicoreus (s.s.) sp. indet. -----Japan (Miocene) MacNeil, 1960 (USGS PP 339, p.62)Yonabaru clay member
1159Phyllonotus sp. indet. -----Peru (Early to Mid Miocene) Pisco/Chilcatay Fm; see DeVries, 2005 for details
1160Murex (Promurex) spinicosta Bronn, 1831Western/Central Europe (Mid Miocene to Pliocene) ECCG website places under genus Tubicauda, and records from Miocene of Denmark
1161Murex (Promurex) spinicosta var. aspinata (Sacco, 1904)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
1162Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) spinirectus E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Late Miocene/Early Pliocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.81)Gurabo Formation
1163Morula (Habromorula) spinosa (Adams & Adams, 1853)Indo-West Pacific (Recent) -
1164Poirieria (Flexopteron) spinulosa (Deshayes, 1835)France (Eocene) -
1165Nucella (Acanthinucella) spirata (Blainville, 1832)USA - Washington to California (Pleistocene) -
1166Siratus springeri (Bullis, 1964)Costa Rica; Guyana to N. Brazil (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.52)-
1167Coralliophila (s.s.) squamosa (Bivona And., 1838)Italy (Pleistocene) Remia and Taviani, 2005see Paleobiology Database website
1168Trophonopsis (?) squamulatus (Brocchi, 1814)Italy (Late Mio to Pleistocene) -
1169Ocenebra (s.s.) squamulifera (=foveolata) (Carpenter, 1868)USA - California, Baja California (Pleistocene to Recent) Considered a synonym of O. foveolata in Powell & Stevens, 2000
1170Pterorytis (s.s.) squamulosa (=fluviana) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994; Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.96)Unit 3, Quality Aggregates Phase 6 pit; also Kissimmee River
1171Chicoreus (Triplex) statiellorum (Rovereto, 1914)Italy (Oligocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)-
1172Timbellus stenzeli E.H. Vokes, 1970USA - Texas (Middle Eocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.5); Garvie, 1996, p.68Garvie referred a single specimen from Locality 4 (bluff on Ridge Creek) to this species
1173Xanthochorus stephanicus DeVries, 2005Peru (Late Miocene) DeVries, 2005-
1174Murexiella (s.s.) stephensae E.H. Vokes, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.107)-
1175Chicoreus (Triplex) stephensae (=floridanus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994Unit 7, Pinecrest Beds; most likely C. floridanus with 5 varical fronds
1176Siratus stetopus (de Gregorio)USA - Mississippi (Oligocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.38)-
1177Typhis (Rugotyphis) stewarti E.H. Vokes, 1983Panama (Miocene) -
1178Poirieria (Pazinotus) stimpsoni (Dall, 1889)Americas (Paleogene) reassigned from Eupleura; see Herbert, 2005
1179Magilus streami Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994holotype found inside Siderastrea dalli coral head
1180Ecphora (s.s.) streami (Petuch, 1994)USA - Florida (Pliocene) -
1181Kestocenebra striaeformis (Michelotti, 1841)Austria / Vienna Basin (Miocene) possibly a specimen from the Aquitanian of France as well, per vermeij, 1998
1182Acanthotrophon striatoides E.H. Vokes, 1980Western Atlantic region (Pliocene to Recent) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.90)-
1183Ecphora (s.s.) striatula Petuch, 1986USA - Florida (Pliocene) Buckingham Fm. (Zanclian)
1184Acanthotrophon striatus (Gabb, 1873)Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.89); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.72)-
1185Scalaspira (s.s.) strumosa (Conrad, 1830)USA - Virginia (Pliocene) -
1186Murexiella (s.s.) stueri (Cossmann, 1889)France (Eocene) -
1187Aspella subanceps Orbigny, 1852France (Miocene) -
1188Hexaplex subasperrima (d'Orbigny, 1852)France, Belgium (?), Greece (?) (Miocene) Dermitzakis and Georgiades-Dikeoulia, 1987ECCG records "Chicoreus aff. subasperrimus" from the Miocene of Belgium
1189Rhopalimurex subclavatus (Philippi, 1887)Chile (Miocene) Nielsen, 2003 dissertationsee Nielsen's 2003 dissertation on the Miocene of Chile; Navidad Formation
1190Poirieria (s.s.) subcoronata (d'Orbigny, 1850)Europe (Eocene) -
1191Poirieria (s.s.) subcristata (d'Orbigny, 1850)Europe (Eocene) -
1192Favartia (Pygmaepterys) subdecussata (d'Orbigny, 1852)France (Miocene) was listed under Favartia s.s. - see Merle, 2003
1193Ocenebra suberinacea -----France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitanian of Saucats; see Paleobiology DB website
1194Stramonita (Taurasia) subfusiformis (d'Orbigny, 1852)Southern Europe (Miocene) -
1195Murexiella (Subpterynotus) subgranifer (Coss. & Peyrot, 1924)Turkey (Miocene) -
1196Poirieria sublaevis (Tate, 1888)Australia (Eocene) need to verify geologic age (formerly listed as Miocene)
1197Trophonopsis (?) sublamellosa (Deshayes, 1835)France (Eocene) -
1198Ocinebrina (s.s.) sublavata (Basterot, 1825)France, Austria, Slovenia (Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001found in the Middle Miocene (Sarmatian) of Slovenia per Mikuz & Horvat
1199Ocinebrina (s.s.) sublavata grundensis Hoernes & Auinger, 1885Austria, Slovenia (Middle Miocene) from OeType website; documented from the Middle Miocene of Slovenia per Mikuz & Horvat
1200Bolinus submuticus (Grateloup, 1846)France (Miocene) as partschi (Poland, Turkey), partschi haudmuticus (France), sismondae (Italy)
1201Favartia (s.s.) suboblonga (d'Orbigny, 1852)France (Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001-
1202Ricinula subreticulata (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) Tan, 2003, p.965Muddy Creek
1203Eofavartia subrudis (D'Orbigny, 1850)France (Eocene) -
1204Urosalpinx subrusticus (d'Orbigny, 1852)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
1205Trossulasalpinx subsidus (Dall, 1890)USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) -
1206Murex (?) subspinicosta Fuchs, 1870Austria (-) from OeType website
1207Bolinus subtorularius (Hoernes & Auinger, 1885)Austria, Poland, Turkey (Miocene) Harzhauser, 2002; Islamoglu, 2004; Merle et al., 2011Lower Miocene of Austria; Kasaba Formation, Langhian of Turkey
1208Siphonochelus (?) subtubifer (d'Orbigny, 1852)France (Oligocene) Keen, 1944Peyrere, France
1209Urosalpinx suffolkensis Gardner, 1948USA - N. Carolina (Pliocene) Chowan River Fm., Lee Creek Texasgulf Mine
1210Eupleura sulcidentata Dall, 1890USA - Florida, Cuba (Pleistocene to Recent) Petuch, 1994Petuch (1994) named subspecies longior from the Bermont Fm.
1211Lirosoma (s.s.) sulcosa (Conrad, 1830)USA - Virginia (Pliocene) -
1212Hexaplex supernus (Palmer)USA - Mississippi, Louisiana (Late Eocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.75)Merle et al. (2011) somewhat oddly place this in ?Bolinus
1213Chicoreus (Triplex) susanae (=floridanus) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994Caloosahatchee Fm. variant of C. floridanus with 5 varical fronds
1214Calotrophon (Panamurex) susankhanae (=clarksvillensis) Petuch, 1991USA - Florida (Pliocene) Unit 7, Pinecrest Beds; synonymized by Vokes in 1992
1215Vokesimurex sutilis (=messorius) (White, 1887)Brazil (-) Merle et al., 2011 (p.68)-
1216Timbellus swainsoni (Michelotti, 1841)Austria, Italy (Miocene?) found at La Coroncina, Siena, Italy; see also OeType website
1217Siratus? syngenes (Finlay, 1930)New Zealand (Middle Miocene) Merle et al., 2011-
1218Eupleura tampaensis (Conrad, 1846)USA - Florida (Pleistocene) Herbert dissertation-
1219Ecphorosycon tampaensis (Dall, 1890)USA - Florida (Miocene) Tampa Bay Limestone (Aquitanian)
1220Hexaplex tapparonii (Bellardi, 1872)Italy (Pliocene) -
1221Chicoreus (Triplex) tateiwai Hatai & Kotaka, 1952Korea (Early Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)-
1222Dermomurex (Takia) taurinensis (Michelotti, 1841)France (Miocene) -
1223"Haustellum" tchihatcheffi Archiac & HaimeIran, Pakistan (Early Miocene) Vredenburg, 1925 / 1928Burdigalian of Qom Basin, Iran; Gaj Fm of Pakistan; not referenced in Merle et al. 2011
1224Dermomurex (s.s.) tenellus (Mayer, 1869)France (Mio/Pliocene) -
1225Cronia tengawaica (Laws)New Zealand (Early Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.24Altonian (=Burdigalian); referable to the ergalataxine group per Vermeij, 2001
1226Chicoreus? tenuicornis (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) -
1227Murex (s.s.) tenuirostrum tenuirostrum Lamarck, 1822Java / PNG; Indo-Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) -
1228Typhis (Neotyphis) tepungai FlemingNew Zealand (Pliocene) Opoitian-Waitotaran
1229Murex (s.s.) ternispina Lamarck, 1822India to West Pacific (Plio/Pleist to Recent) Chapman, 1918in fossil form from Java, Japan, PNG; Japan specimens are tentatively assigned here
1230Spinucella tetragona (Sowerby, 1825)Belgium / England (Pliocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.505-
1231Spinucella tetragona (Sowerby, 1825)Belgium / England (Pliocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.505-
1232Typhis (Typhina) tetragoniatus (Cossmann, 1903)India (Pliocene) Keen, 1944Karikal (French India); see Keen, 1944
1233Typhis (Typhinellus) tetrapterus (=sowerbii) (Bronn, 1838)Western/Central Europe, W. Atlantic (Miocene) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.74)Per Gertman 1969, Hornes' (1856) figured specimen from the Vienna Basin Miocene is not this species; Baluk documents from Poland
1234Chesatrophon (s.s.) tetricus (Conrad, 1832)USA - Virginia (Pliocene) -
1235Hexaplex texanus E.H. Vokes, 1968USA - Texas (Eocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.71)-
1236Ocenebra (Hadriania?) textiliosa (Lamarck, 1803)France (Eocene) has been referred to the genus Malarckia
1237Murexiella (Subpterynotus) textilis (Gabb, 1873)Western Atlantic region (Miocene to Plio/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.118); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.65)-
1238Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) thagus (Olsson, 1930)Peru (Eocene) Keen, 1944
1239Murexsul thalmanni (E.H. Vokes, 1968)Mexico (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.82)-
1240Ocenebra (s.s.) thilensis -----France (Miocene) -
1241Eupleura thompsoni Woodring, 1959Panama (Late Miocene) Herbert, 2005-
1242Chicoreus (s.s.) tiganouranus (Nomura)Japan (Early to Mid Miocene) Mizuno, 1964see Paleobiology Database website; not listed in Merle et al., 2011
1243Chicoreus (Triplex) timorensis (Tesch, 1915)Timor (Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)-
1244Nucella (s.s.) tokudai (Yokoyama, 1932)USA - California, Japan (Early to Middle Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.505incorrectly synonymized with "N. packi" in Addicott, 1969
1245Ocinebrina (s.s.) topangensis (Arnold, 1907)USA - California (Miocene) Jewett Sand (Aquitanian)
1246Trophon torquatus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) genus assignment incorrect? (see Griffin & Pastorino, 2005)
1247Pterynotus (s.s.) tortuosus (Sowerby, 1823)Poland, Ukraine (Miocene) Baluk, 2006see Baluk, 2006; represented in Korytnica by one juvenile specimen
1248Undetermined tortuosus (= binominatus) (Sowerby, 1823)England (Late Pliocene) Wood, 1848; Wood, 1879Red Crag Formation; invalid name per Vokes, 1971
1249Ocenebra (s.s.) torulosa (Grateloup, 1840)France (Early Miocene) -
1250Latiaxis (s.s.) tosanus Hirase, 1908Japan (Late Pleistocene to Recent) Nomura and Zinbo, 1934also placed in Babelomurex; Ryukyu Group; see Paleobiology DB website
1251Chicoreus (Triplex) totomiensis (Makiyama, 1927)Japan (Pliocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)-
1252Trachypollia trachea (Gardner, 1944)USA - Florida & possibly Panama (Miocene) Vokes, 1996 (TS 29, p.32)incorrectly listed as "Nassarina" in Gardner, 1947
1253Nucella (s.s.) trancosana (Arnold, 1908)USA - California, Baha California (Pliocene) -
1254Dermomurex transylvanicus (Hoernes & Auinger, 1886)Austria, Hungary (Miocene) from OeType website; genus per Vokes, 1971
1255Murex (s.s.) trapa Roding, 1798Java/Malaysia/ Thailand (Plio/Pleistocene to Recent) Dheeradilok et al., 1984Holocene of Thailand; M. rarispina is a synonym
1256Nucella (Acanthina) triangularis DeVries, 2003Chile / Peru (Pliocene) -
1257Pterotyphis (Tripterotyphis) triangularis (A. Adams, 1856)Western Atlantic (Pleistocene to Recent) Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.83)Florida (Bermont Fm.), Dominican Republic (Gurabo Fm.)
1258Vokesinotus tribaka Gardner, 1947USA - Florida (Middle Miocene) -
1259Murex (s.s.) tribulus Linne, 1758Tropical West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ladd, 1982 (USGS PP 1171, p.43)Pleistocene of Vanuatu; also documented from Thailand? (see MacNeil, 1960)
1260Timbellus tricarinoides (Deshayes, 1835)France (Eocene) -
1261Trisecphora (s.s.) tricostata (Martin, 1904)USA - Maryland, N. Carolina (Miocene) Pungo River Fm. & Plum Point Member of Calvert Fm. (Langhian)
1262Hexaplex? tridentatus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Eocene) -
1263Muricopsis (?) trifascialis (Grateloup, 1840)France (Miocene) -
1264Pterynotus (Pterochelus) triformis (Reeve, 1845)Australia (Pliocene) -
1265Chicoreus (Triplex?) trifrons (Grateloup, 1833)France (Early Oligocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.105)"Nomen dubium" per Merle et al., 2011; Aquitaine Basin
1266Chicoreus (Triplex) trigonalis (Gabor, 1936)Vienna Basin (Late Oligocene) Baldi, 1973; Merle et al., 2011 (p.104)endemic to the Danubian Province of the Egerian; formerly in subgenus Foveomurex
1267Stramonita (Thaisiella) trinitatensis (Guppy, 1869)Western Atlantic (Late Miocene to Recent) Vokes, 1989 (BAP 97:332, p.85)Cercado Fm., DR; per Petuch 2004, collected at Miami Canal, Holey Land Levee
1268Stramonita (Thaisiella) trinitatensis brujensis (M. Smith, 1946)USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) per Petuch 2004, collected at Miami Canal, Holey Land Levee
1269Timbellus trinodosus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) another species by same name from Lugagnano, Italy and Vienna Basin - ?
1270Hexaplex trippae (=fulvescens) (Petuch, 1991)USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990Unit 7, Pinecrest Beds; synonymized by Vokes
1271Timbellus tripteroides (Lamarck, 1822)France, England (Eocene) ex. of formation of a closed siphonal tube in adult shells, per Vermeij, 2007
1272Semityphis? tripterus Tate, 1888Australia (Pliocene?) Keen, 1944Adelaide bore
1273Eupleura triquetra (Reeve, 1844)USA - California, Mexico (Late Pleistocene to Recent) Herbert, 2005E. muriciformis var. pleistocenensis is a synonym, per Herbert, 2005
1274Pterynotus (s.s.) tristichus (Beyrich)Denmark, Greece (?) (Oligocene) possibly in Mesohellenic Trough of Greece (Harzhauser et al., 2002; as "Pterynopsis cf.")
1275Phyllonotus tritonopsis (Heilprin, 1886)USA - Florida (Oligo/Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.61)-
1276Murexsul trochispira (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) listed as Paziella on the Paleobiology SB website
1277Phyllonotus trophoniformis (Heilprin, 1886)USA - Florida (Oligo/Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.60)-
1278Murex (s.s.) troscheli troscheli Lischke, 1868Pakistan, Indonesia, Philippines (Pliocene to Pleistocene) Robba et al., 1989; Shuto, 1969tentative ID per Ponder & Vokes; see Paleo DB website
1279Murex (s.s.) troscheli verbeeki Martin, 1895Java (Pliocene) -
1280Trossulasalpinx trossulus (Conrad, 1832)USA - Florida (Pliocene) -
1281Ocenebra (Hadriania) truncatula (Foresti, 1868)Italy (Late Miocene to Pliocene) -
1282Boreotrophon truncatus (Strom, 1767)England, Norway (Pleistocene to Recent) Hansson 1998 checklistsee Hansson's 1998 Scandinavian marine mollusca checklist
1283Hexaplex trunculus (Linnaeus, 1758)Greece, Spain (Pliocene to Recent) -
1284Hexaplex trunculus conglobatus Michelotti, 1841Italy (Mio/Pliocene) -
1285Hexaplex trunculus var. alcus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Miocene) per Vokes, 1971
1286Hexaplex trunculus var. alpicus (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
1287Hexaplex trunculus var. arsis (de Gregorio, 1885)Italy (Pliocene) per Vokes, 1971
1288"Ocenebra" tsuzurensis (Yokoyama, 1924)Japan (Late Oligocene) Oyama et al., 1960genus placed in quotation marks in Oyama et al., 1960; not assigned by Vokes, 1971
1289Thais (Neorapana) tuberculata (Sowerby, 1835)West Mexico (Pliocene? to Recent) see brief discussion in Gibson-Smith et al., 1997
1290Typhis (s.s.) tubifer (Bruguiere, 1792)France (Eocene) -
1291Typhis (s.s.) tubifer ventricosior Cossmann in O'Gorman, 1923France (Eocene) -
1292Planecphora turneri (Petuch, 1992)USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
1293Hexaplex turonensis (Dujardin, 1837)France (Mio/Pliocene) -
1294Hexaplex turonensis pontileviensis (Tournouer, 1875)France / Vienna Basin (Miocene) -
1295Muricopsis (s.s.) turrita (Borson, 1821)Italy (Pliocene) -
1296Poirieria (Pazinotus) typhioides (Mayer, 1869)France (Miocene) Baluk figures "Aspella typhioides (Mayer)" from the Miocene of Poland
1297Stramonita (Thaisiella?) umbilicata Jenkins, 1864Java, Indonesia (Early Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.25generic assignment per Vermeij, 2001; Nyalindung beds
1298Fenolignum umbilicatum Vermeij & Vokes, 1997USA - N. Carolina (Late Oligocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.74)Chattian; labral tooth per Vermeij, 2001
1299Ocinebrina (s.s.) umbilicina Cossmann & Peyrot, 1924France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitanian of Saucats
1300Pterorytis (s.s.) umbrifer (Conrad, 1832)USA - Atlantic Coastal Plain (Pliocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.90)-
1301Trophon? umzambiensis Kiel & Bandel, 2003South Africa (Cretaceous) Umzamba Fm.(mid Santonian / lower Campanian)
1302Concholepas unguis DeVries, 1995Chile (Early Late Miocene) Vermeij and Carlson, 2000, p.25earliest known species of the genus, per V&C, 2000
1303Nucella (Acanthina) unicornis (Bruguiere, 1789)Chile / Peru (Plio/Pleistocene) -
1304Eupleura urbinai DeVries, 2005Peru (Cenozoic) see DeVries, 2005 for details
1305"Lotorium" ("Lampusia") usurpator von Ihering, 1907Argentina (Early Miocene) potentially an ocenebrine (see Herbert & Del Rio, 2005)
1306Morula (s.s.) uva (Roding, 1798)Tropical Indo-West Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Ostergaard, 1928 (Library of Congress)listed as Morula nodus in Ostergaard, 1928 (fossil mollusks of Oahu, Hawaii)
1307Boreotrophon (Pagodula) vaginata (Jan, 1832)Austria, Italy (Mid Miocene to Pliocene) -
1308Morula valdemari Baluk, 2006Poland (Middle Miocene) Baluk, 2006see Baluk, 2006 for details (Lower Badenian)
1309Hexaplex vanuxemi (Conrad)USA - Alabama, Texas, Mississippi (Eocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.71)-
1310Rapana vaquerosensis (Arnold, 1907)Mexico, USA - California (Late Oligo to Early Mio) Vermeij, 2001, p.504Vaqueros Stage; Vermeij, 2001 states that this doesn't belong in the genus Rapana
1311Siphonochelus (Laevityphis) vaquesi (Cossmann, 1906)France (Eocene) Keen, 1944le Bois-Gouet
1312Trophon varians montenus -----Argentina (-) intraspecific variant of T. inornatus, per Griffin & Pastorino, 2005
1313Dermomurex (Takia) vaughani (Maury, 1910)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.84)-
1314Murexiella (s.s.) vaughani MacNeil in MacNeil & Dockery, 1984USA - Mississippi (Eocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.94)-
1315Rapanecphora vaughani (Mansfield, 1937)USA - Florida, Georgia (Oligo/Miocene) Mansfield, 1937Tampa Bay Limestone (Aquitanian)
1316Hexaplex veatchi (Maury, 1910)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.75)Chipola Fm. and Tampa Limestone
1317Timbellus velificus (Tate, 1887)Australia (Miocene) -
1318Calotrophon (s.s.) venezuelanus E.H. Vokes, 1992Venezuela (Plo/Pleistocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.89)-
1319Chicoreus (Triplex) venezuelanus (F. Hodson, 1931)Venezuela, Panama, Costa Rica (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.35)-
1320Rapana venosa (Valenciennes, 1846)Japan/China, Mediterranean, E. Atlantic (Pleistocene to Recent) -
1321Ocinebrina (s.s.) ventricosus (=capitoformis?) (Hornes, 1853)Portugal/Austria (Miocene) -
1322Murexiella (s.s.) veracruzana E.H. Vokes, 1968Mexico (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.112)-
1323Pterynotus (Purpurellus) veranyi (Paulucci, 1886)Italy (Mio/Pliocene) -
1324Bolinus verefusoides (Cossmann & Peyrot, 1924)France (Middle Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.77)-
1325Tactilispina vermeiji DeVries, 2005Peru (Cenozoic) see DeVries, 2005 for details
1326Chicoreus (Triplex) veronica E.H. Vokes, 1990Mexico (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.36)-
1327Pinaxia versicolor (Gray, 1839)Indo-West Pacific (Recent) -
1328Trophonopsis (?) vicinus (Nyst)Belgium (Pliocene) -
1329Attiliosa villae -----France (Early Miocene) Lozouet et al., 2001Aquitanian of Saucats; see Paleobiology DB website
1330Ocenebra (s.s.) vindobonensis (Hornes, 1856)Atlantic to Vienna Basin region (Miocene) Mid to Upper Miocene; documented from Poland, France, Portugal, Austria (with variants)
1331Ocenebra (s.s.) vindobonensis ligeriana (Tournouer, 1875)Belgium? (Miocene) -
1332Vitularia (s.s.) vindobonula Cossmann & Peyrot, 1823Austria (Miocene) is this valid?
1333Coralliophila (s.s.) violacea (Kiener, 1836)S. Africa, Hawaii (Late Mio to Pleistocene) Taylor, 1978; Muhs et al., 2002; Kosuge, 1969; King. 1954see Paleobiology Database website
1334Zulloia violetae Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994genus is most likely Urosalpinx with only calcitic layer preserved
1335Ecphora (Latecphora) violetae (Petuch, 1988)USA - Florida (Pliocene) Buckingham Fm. (Zanclian)
1336Vokesimurex violetae (=anniae) (Petuch, 1991)USA - Florida (Pliocene) Unit 7, Pinecrest Beds
1337Chicoreus (s.s.) virgineus (Roding, 1798)Red Sea / Indo-Pacific (Pleistocene to Recent) Merle et al., 2011Merle documents only C. virgineus from the fossil record from this subgenus
1338Ceratostoma virginiae (Maury, 1910)USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.80)labral tooth
1339Lindapterys vokesae Petuch, 1987USA - Florida (Early Miocene) Vokes, 1996 (TS 29, p.40)extremely rare; documented based on a single specimen
1340Scalaspira (s.s.) vokesae Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) -
1341Pterotyphis (Tripterotyphis) vokesae Gertman, 1969USA - Florida (Early Miocene) -
1342Planecphora vokesi (Petuch, 1988)USA - Maryland (Miocene) Drum Cliff Member of Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
1343Eupleura vokesorum Herbert, 2005Costa Rica (Pliocene) Herbert, 2005Pacific side
1344Vokesimurex wanneri (Martin, 1916)Java (Miocene) Merle et al., 2011 (p.69)Formerly in Haustellum; new generic placement per Merle et al., 2011
1345Ecphora (s.s.) wardi Petuch, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Plum Point Member of Calvert Fm. (Langhian)
1346Timbellus weisbordi (Palmer)USA - Louisiana (Late Eocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.8)-
1347Pterotyphis (Tripterotyphis) wenzelidesi (Hornes, 1856)Austria / Vienna Basin (Middle Miocene) Keen, 1944Badenian; related to P. vokesae from the Chipola Fm.?
1348Ecphora (s.s.) whiteoakensis Ward & Gilinsky, 1988USA - Virginia (Miocene) Eastover Fm. & Hawthorn Fm. (Tortonian-Messinian)
1349Chesathais whitfieldi Petuch, 1988USA - New Jersey (Miocene) Kirkwood Fm. (Langhian)
1350Ecphora (?) wichmanni (von Koenen, 1872)Germany (Miocene) North Germany
1351Murithais wilkesanus (Anderson)USA - California (Miocene) -
1352Ecphora (s.s.) williamsi Ward & Gilinsky, 1988USA - Maryland (Miocene) Boston Cliffs Member of Choptank Fm. (Serravallian)
1353Pterorytis (s.s.) wilsoni (=fluviana) Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Plio/Pleistocene) Petuch, 1994; Vokes, 1997 (TS 29, p.96)Caloosahatchee Fm.
1354Chicoreus (Triplex) winifredae E.H. Vokes, 1995Venezuela (Miocene) Vokes, 1995 (TS 28, p.119)-
1355Forreria? wittichi (Hertlein & Jordan, 1927)Baja California, Mexico (Middle Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504San Ignacio Formation; generic assignment unsure
1356Siphonochelus (Pilsbrytyphis) woodringi Gertman, 1969Panama (Miocene) -
1357Poirieria (s.s.) woodsensis E.H. Vokes, 1970USA - Alabama (Early Eocene) Vokes, 1992 (TS 25, p.24)-
1358Forreria (s.s.) wrighti (Jordan & Hertlein)USA - California (Middle Miocene) Vermeij, 2001, p.504lower Almejas Formation, Baja California
1359Globecphora xenos (Petuch, 1989)USA - N. Carolina (Pliocene) -
1360Chicoreus (Triplex) xestos E.H. Vokes, 1974USA - Florida (Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.28)Unit 7, Pinecrest Beds
1361Urosalpinx xustris Gardner, 1947USA - Florida (Early Miocene) -
1362Siratus yaquensis (Maury)Dominican Republic, Brazil (Early Mio? To Pliocene) Vokes, 1990 (TS 23, p.48); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.50)Brazilian specimens originally described as "Murex toreia (Maury)"
1363Typhis (Typhina) yatesi Crosse & Fischer, 1865South Australia / New Caledonia (Pleistocene to Recent) subgenus Monstrotyphis?
1364Favartia (s.s.) zalaya E.H. Vokes, 1989Dominican Republic (Pliocene) Vokes, 1994 (TS 26, p.122); Vokes, 1989 (BAP, p.70)-
1365Pterynotus (Prototyphis) zealandicus Hutton, 1873New Zealand (Pleistocene) FLMNH - Sue Stephens collection-
1366Poirieria (s.s.) zelandica (Quoy and Gaimard, 1833)New Zealand (Pleistocene) -
1367Zulloia zulloi Petuch, 1994USA - Florida (Pliocene) Petuch, 1994genus is most likely Urosalpinx with only calcitic layer preserved


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