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Rediscovery and systematic position of Oliva ancillarioides Reeve, 1850 and oliva zenopira Duclos, 1835 (Gastropoida : Olividae)


, : Rediscovery and systematic position of Oliva ancillarioides Reeve, 1850 and oliva zenopira Duclos, 1835 (Gastropoida : Olividae). Bollettino Malacologico 41(9-12): 111-113

Two poorly known gastropod species from West Africa (Ghana and Angola), originally described as Oliva ancillarioides Reeve, 1850 and Oliva zenopira Duclos, 1835, are revised. Basing on shell characters, the systematic position of the two species is updated as follows: Agaronia (Anazola) ancillarioides (Reeve, 1850) ed Olivancillaria (Micana) zenopira (Duclos, 1835). Misidentifications and a narrow geographic distribution have prevented a better knowledge of these species since their description.

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