Siliquariidae

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'''Characters''' (from Morton 1953): Shell loosely spiral, embedded in substratum, non-septate; animal never vermiform; opeculum well-developed, variously setose. Ciliary feeding, mucus-traps not produced; gill filaments rod-like or cirriform, gills may be protruded to act as sweeping net. Sole of foot less reduced than in superficially similar Vermetidae; pedal gland and pedal tentacles absent. Endostyle well-developed; feeding groove a narrow gutter. Radula reduced; oesophagus a narrow tube throughout; anterior lobe of digestive gland lost; proximal part of intestine a narrow groove. Mantle with slit on right side in ''Pyxipoma'' and ''Siliquaria'' (entire in ''Stephopoma''), no median slit. Eggs produced singly in capsules, brooded within brood pouch or in pallial cavity.
'''Characters''' (from Morton 1953): Shell loosely spiral, embedded in substratum, non-septate; animal never vermiform; opeculum well-developed, variously setose. Ciliary feeding, mucus-traps not produced; gill filaments rod-like or cirriform, gills may be protruded to act as sweeping net. Sole of foot less reduced than in superficially similar Vermetidae; pedal gland and pedal tentacles absent. Endostyle well-developed; feeding groove a narrow gutter. Radula reduced; oesophagus a narrow tube throughout; anterior lobe of digestive gland lost; proximal part of intestine a narrow groove. Mantle with slit on right side in ''Pyxipoma'' and ''Siliquaria'' (entire in ''Stephopoma''), no median slit. Eggs produced singly in capsules, brooded within brood pouch or in pallial cavity.
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==Taxonomy==
 
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[[Cerithioidea|<==]]Siliquariidae [Siliquariacea, Siliquariana]
 
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    |--''Stephopoma'' Mörch 1860 [Stephopomatinae] BR05
 
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    |    `--*''S. rosea'' F27
 
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    `--Siliquariinae BR05
 
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        |--''Tenagodus'' Guettard 1770 [Tenagodidae] BR05
 
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        |    |--''T. australis'' M54
 
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        |    `--''T. occlusus'' (Tenison Woods 1877) DK08
 
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        `--''Siliquaria'' Bruguière 1789 BR05
 
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              |--''S. cumingii'' Morch 1860 H09
 
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              |--''S. ponderosa'' Morch 1860 H09
 
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              |--''S. scalariformis'' Morch 1860 H09
 
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              |--''S. senex'' Marwick 1926 F27
 
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              |--''S. trochlearis'' Morch 1860 H09
 
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              `--''S. weldii'' [incl. ''S. cumingi'' Moerch 1860] F27
 
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<nowiki>*</nowiki> Type species of generic name indicated
 
==References==
==References==
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[BR05] Bouchet, P., J.-P. Rocroi, J. Frýda, B. Hausdorf, W. Ponder, Á. Valdés & A. Warén. 2005. Classification and nomenclator of gastropod families. ''Malacologia'' 47 (1-2): 1-397.
 
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[DK08] Darragh, T. A., & G. W. Kendrick. 2008. Silicified Eocene molluscs from the Lower Murchison district, Southern Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia. ''Records of the Western Australian Museum'' 24 (3): 217-246.
 
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[F27] Finlay, H. J. 1927. A further commentary on New Zealand molluscan systematics. ''Transactions and Proceedings of the New Zealand Institute'' 57: 320-485.
 
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[H09] Hedley, C. 1909. ''The Marine Fauna of Queensland: Address by the President of Section D''. Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science: Brisbane.
 
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[M54] Macpherson, J. H. 1954. Molluscs (sea shells and snails). In ''The Archipelago of the Recherche'' (J. M. Willis, ed.) pp. 55-63. Australian Geographical Society: Melbourne.
 
[http://rsnz.natlib.govt.nz/volume/rsnz_79/rsnz_79_01_001310.pdf Morton, J. E. 1953]. The structure and adaptations of the New Zealand Vermetidae. Part II. The genera ''Stephopoma'' and ''Pyxipoma''. ''Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand'' 79 (1): 20-42.
[http://rsnz.natlib.govt.nz/volume/rsnz_79/rsnz_79_01_001310.pdf Morton, J. E. 1953]. The structure and adaptations of the New Zealand Vermetidae. Part II. The genera ''Stephopoma'' and ''Pyxipoma''. ''Transactions of the Royal Society of New Zealand'' 79 (1): 20-42.

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