Pseudolatirus Bellardi, 1884 revisited, with the description of two new genera and five new species (Neogastropoda: Fasciolariidae)
|Author(s)||Kantor Yuri I.1, Fedosov Alexander E.1, Snyder Martin Avery2, 3, Bouchet Philippe2|
|Affiliation(s)||1 : Russian Acad Sci, AN Severtsov Inst Ecol & Evolut, Leninski Prospect 33, Moscow 119071, Russia.
2 : Sorbonne Univ, MNHN, Inst Systemat,Evolut,Biodivers ISYEB, UPMC,EPHE,CNRS,UMR 7205, 57 Rue Cuvier,CP26, F-75005 Paris, France.
3 : Drexel Univ, Acad Nat Sci, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, PA 19103 USA.
|Source||European Journal Of Taxonomy (2118-9773) (Museum Natl Histoire Naturelle), 2018-05 , Vol. 433 , P. 1-57|
|WOS© Times Cited||3|
|Keyword(s)||Gastropod, Fasciolariidae, Pseudolatirus, molecular phylogeny, new genera, new species, Southwest Pacific|
The genus Pseudolatirus Bellardi, 1884, with the Miocene type species Fusus bilineatus Hornes, 1853, has been used for 13 Miocene to Early Pleistocene fossil species and eight Recent species and has traditionally been placed in the fasciolariid subfamily Peristerniinae Tryon, 1880. Although the fossil species are apparently peristerniines, the Recent species were in their majority suspected to be most closely related to Granulifusus Kuroda & Habe, 1954 in the subfamily Fusininae Wrigley, 1927. Their close affinity was confirmed by the molecular phylogenetic analysis of Couto et al. (2016). In the molecular phylogenetic section we present a more detailed analysis of the relationships of 10 Recent Pseudolatirus-like species, erect two new fusinine genera, Okutanius gen. nov. (type species Fusolatirus kuroseanus Okutani, 1975) and Vermeijius gen. nov. (type species Pseudolatirus pallidus Kuroda & Habe, 1961). Five species are described as new for science, three of them are based on sequenced specimens (Granulifusus annae sp. nov., G. norfolkensis sp. nov., Okutanius ellenae gen. et sp. nov.) and two (G. tatianae sp. nov., G. guidoi sp. nov.) are attributed to Granulifusus on the basis of conchological similarities to sequenced species. New data on radular morphology is presented for examined species.