Calliostomatinae

Calliostome Calliostoma ziziphinum, copyright Christophe Quintin.

Belongs within: Vetigastropoda.
Contains: Calliostoma (Fautor).

The Calliostomatinae are a group of moderately large marine snails characterised by a quadrangular aperture. Members of the type genus Calliostoma are distinguished by the lack of an umbilicus on the shell (Knight et al. 1960).

Characters (from Knight et al. 1960): Conical or turbiniform shells mostly of medium to large-medium size, anomphalous or narrowly phaneromphalous, many with flattened base; aperture quadrangular; peristome discontinuous, parietal region usually without callus; outer lip strongly prosocline; columellar lip straight, vertical or inclined, meeting parietal lip in abrupt angle, and smooth or with denticle at lower end.

<==Calliostomatinae [Ziziphina, Ziziphininae]
|--Kishinewia Kolesnikov 1935 [Kishinewiinae]KC60
| `--*K. bessarabica (d’Orbigny 1844) [=Phasianella bessarabica]KC60
|--Metaconulus Cossmann 1918KC60
| `--*M. princeps (Deshayes 1863) [=Trochus princeps]KC60
|--Photinastoma Powell 1951KC60
| `--*P. taeniatum (Wood 1828)KC60 [=Trochus taeniatusKC60, Photinula taeniataR65]
|--Photinula Adams & Adams 1854 [=Kingotrochus von Ihering 1902, Photina Adams & Adams 1853 non Burmeister 1838]KC60
| `--*P. coerulescens (King & Broderip 1831) (see below for synonymy)KC60
|--Sinzowia Kolesnikov 1935KC60
| `--*S. elatior (d’Orbigny 1845) [=Trochus elatior]KC60
|--Venustatrochus Powell 1951KC60
| `--*V. georgianus Powell 1951KC60
|--Falsimargarita Powell 1951KC60
| |--*F. gemma (Smith 1915) [=Margarites gemma]KC60
| `--F. stephaniae Rios & Simone 2005S11
|--Alertalex Dell 1956P61
| |--*A. blacki Dell 1956P61 [=Calliostoma (*Alertalex) blackiKC60]
| |--‘Calliostoma’ circumcinctumDe56
| |--‘Calliostoma’ coppingeriDe56
| |--A. niceterium [=Basilissa niceterium]De56
| `--‘Calliostoma’ platinum Dall 1889De56
|--Astele Swainson 1855 [=Eutrochus Adams 1864]KC60
| |--A. (Astele)W93
| | |--A. (A.) adamsi (Pilsbry 1890)KC60 (see below for synonymy)
| | |--A. (A.) bularra Garrard 1961W93
| | |--A. (A.) ciliare (Menke 1843) [incl. A. calliope Cotton & Godfrey 1938]W93
| | |--A. (A.) monile (Reeve 1863)W93
| | `--A. (A.) speciosum (Adams 1855)W93
| |--A. (Astelena Iredale 1924)KC60
| | |--A. (*A.) scitulum (Adams 1854) [=Ziziphinus scitulus]W93
| | `--A. (A.) multigranum (Dunker 1871)W93
| |--A. (Callistele Cotton & Godfrey 1935)KC60
| | `--A. (*C.) calliston Verco 1905KC60
| |--A. (Coralastele Iredale 1930)KC60
| | `--A. (*C.) allanae Iredale 1930KC60
| |--A. (Dentistyla Dall 1889)KC60
| | `--A. (*D.) asperrima (Dall 1881) [=Margarita asperrima]KC60
| |--A. (Eurastele Coen 1946)KC60
| | `--A. (*E.) lusitanica Coen 1946KC60
| |--A. (Leiotrochus Conrad 1862)KC60
| | `--A. (*L.) distans (Conrad 1862) [=*Leiotrochus distans]KC60
| |--A. (Mazastele Iredale 1936)KC60
| | `--A. (*M.) glypta (Watson 1886) [=Trochus glypta]KC60
| `--A. (Omphalotukaia Yoshida 1948)KC60
| `--A. (*O.) hajimeana (Yoshida 1948) [=Calliostoma hajimeanum]KC60
|--Maurea Oliver 1926P61 (see below for synonymy)
| |--*M. tigris (Gmelin 1791)P61 [=Trochus tigrisP61, Calliostoma (*Maurea) tigrisKC60, *Venustas tigrisKC60]
| | |--M. t. tigrisP61
| | `--M. t. chathamensis Dell 1950P61
| |--‘Calliostoma’ acutangulum Suter 1917 [=Venustas (Mucrinops) acutangula]F27
| |--M. benthicola Dell 1950P61
| |--M. blacki Powell 1950P61
| |--M. cunninghami (Griffiths & Pidgeon 1833)P61 (see below for synonymy)
| | |--M. c. cunninghamiP61
| | |--M. c. pagoda (Oliver 1926)P61
| | `--‘Venustas’ c. regifica Finlay 1927F27
| |--‘Calliostoma’ filiferum Suter 1917 [=Venustas filifera]F27
| |--M. fouveauxiana Dell 1950P61
| |--‘Calliostoma’ fragilis Finlay 1923 [=Venustas fragilis]F27
| |--‘Calliostoma’ gracilis Marshall 1918 [=Venustas gracilis]F27
| |--‘Calliostoma’ hodgei Hutton 1875 [=Venustas hodgei]F27
| |--M. megaloprepes (Tomlin 1948)P61
| |--‘Calliostoma’ oryctum Suter 1917 [=Venustas (Mucrinops) orycta]F27
| |--M. osbornei (Powell 1926)P61 [=Calliostoma osborneiF27, Venustas (Mucrinops) osborneiF27]
| |--M. pellucida (Valenciennes 1846)P61 [=Calliostoma pellucidumF27, Venustas pellucidaF27]
| | |--M. p. pellucidaP61
| | |--M. p. forsteriana Dell 1950P61
| | |--M. p. haurakiensis Dell 1950P61
| | |--M. p. morioria (Powell 1946)P61
| | |--M. p. spirata (Oliver 1926)P61
| | `--‘Venustas’ p. undulata (Finlay 1923) [=Calliostoma undulatum]F27
| |--‘Calliostoma’ ponderosum Hutton 1885 [=Venustas ponderosa]F27
| |--M. punctulata (Martyn 1784)P61 (see below for synonymy)
| | |--M. p. punctulataP61
| | |--M. p. ampla (Powell 1939)P61
| | |--M. p. multigemmata Powell 1952P61
| | `--M. p. stewartiana (Oliver 1926)P61 [incl. Venustas punctulata urbanior Finlay 1927P61, F27]
| |--‘Calliostoma’ selectum [=Venustas selecta]F27
| |--M. spectabile (Adams 1855)P61 (see below for synonymy)
| |--‘Calliostoma’ suteri Finlay 1917 [=Venustas (Mucrinops) suteri]F27
| |--M. waikanae (Oliver 1926)P61
| `--‘Calliostoma’ waiparaense Suter 1917 [=Venustas (Mucrinops) waiparaensis]F27
`--Calliostoma Swainson 1840DK08 (see below for synonymy)
| i. s.: C. annulatum (Martyn 1784)O27 (see below for synonymy)
| C. antonii (Koch in Philippi 1843) [=Trochus antonii]O27
| C. barbouri Clench & Aguayo 1946BC01
| C. bicingulatus (Lamarck 1822) [=Trochus bicingulatus]H09
| C. ciliaris Menke 1843WG71
| C. conuloidesDa56 [=Zizyphinus conuloidesH64]
| C. costatum (Martyn 1784)O27 (see below for synonymy)
| |--C. c. costatumO27
| |--C. c. caeruleum Dall 1919O27
| `--C. c. pictum Dall 1919O27
| C. decapitatum Wilckens 1922F27
| C. duplicatumM54
| C. erosumC60
| C. eximium Reeve 1842O27 (see below for synonymy)
| C. gemmulatum Carpenter 1864O27
| C. gloriosum Dall 1871O27
| C. leanum [=Trochus leanus]C64
| C. lima [=Trochus lima; incl. C. lima var. aequisculpta]C64
| C. mcandreaeC64
| C. mcleani Shasky & Campbell 1964BC01
| C. monile (Reeve 1863)WG71 [=Ziziphinus monilisH09]
| C. polychroma (Adams 1853) [=Ziziphinus polychroma]H09
| C. sayana (Sall 1889)A88
| C. scalenum Quinn 1992BC01
| C. schemnitziBBB-S95
| C. scobinatum (Reeve 1863) [=Ziziphinus scobinatus]H09
| C. speciosum (Adams 1855) [=Ziziphinus speciosus]H09
| C. splendens Carpenter 1864O27
| C. supragranosum Carpenter 1864O27
| C. suturalePP64
| C. tricolor Gabb 1865O27
| C. turbinum Dall 1895O27
| C. variegatum Carpenter 1865 [=C. annulatum var. variegatum]O27
|--C. (Calliostoma)KC60
| |--*C. (C.) conulus (Linnaeus 1758) [=Trochus conulus]BR17
| `--C. (C.) ziziphinumO27
|--C. (Ampullotrochus Monterosato 1890)KC60
| `--C. (*A.) granulatum (Born 1778) [=Trochus granulatus]KC60
|--C. (Anceps Kolesnikov 1939)KC60
| `--C. (*A.) anceps (Eichwald 1850) [=Trochus anceps]KC60
|--C. (Benthastelena Iredale 1936)W93
| `--C. (*B.) katherina (Iredale 1936) [=*Benthastelene katherina]KC60
|--C. (Carinator Ikebe 1942)KC60
| `--C. (*C.) makiyamai Ikebe 1942KC60
|--C. (Eucasta Dall 1889)KC60
| `--C. (*E.) indianum Dall 1889KC60
|--C. (Fautor)DK08
|--C. (Feneoniana Kolesnikov 1939)KC60
| `--C. (*F.) feneonianum (d’Orbigny 1845) [=Trochus feneonianus]KC60
|--C. (Kombologion)BC01
| |--C. (K.) bairdii Verrill & Smith 1880BC01
| | |--C. b. bairdiiBC01
| | `--C. b. rosewateri Clench & Turner 1960BC01
| `--C. (K.) marionae Dall 1906MP65
|--C. (Laetifautor Iredale 1929) [incl. Spicator Cotton & Godfrey 1935]W93
| |--C. (L.) deceptum Smith 1899 [incl. C. trepidum Hedley 1907, *Laetifautor trepidum]KC60
| |--C. (L.) rubropunctatum (Adams 1851)W93
| `--C. (L.) spinulosum Tate 1893W93 [=C. (*Spicator) spinulosum]KC60
|--C. (Otukaia Ikebe 1942)KC60
| `--C. (*O.) kiheiziebisu Otuka 1939KC60
|--C. (Putzeysia Sulliotti 1889) [incl. Gemmula Seguenza 1876 non Weinkauff 1875]KC60
| `--C. (*P.) clathratum (Aradas 1847) [=Trochus clathratus]KC60
|--C. (Salsipotens Iredale 1924)K90, KC60
| |--C. (*S.) armillatum (Wood 1828)W93 [=*Salsipotens armillatusF27; incl. C. meyeri Philippi 1848W93]
| |--C. (S.) rubiginosum (Valenciennes 1846)K90 (see below for synonymy)
| `--C. (S.) similarae (Reeve 1863)W93 (see below for synonymy)
|--C. (Sarmates Kolesnikov 1939)KC60
| `--C. (*S.) sarmates (Eichwald 1850) [=Trochus sarmates]KC60
|--C. (Sinutor Cotton & Godfrey 1935)KC60
| `--C. (*S.) incertum (Reeve 1863) [=Ziziphinus incertus]W93
|--C. (Tristichotrochus Ikebe 1942)KC60
| `--C. (*T.) aculeatum Sowerby 1912KC60
`--C. (Ziziphinus Gray 1843)KC60
|--C. (*Z.) canaliculatum (Lightfoot 1786)KC60, BR17 (see below for synonymy)
| |--C. c. canaliculatumO27
| |--C. c. nebulosum Dall 1919O27
| `--C. c. transliratum Dall 1919O27
|--‘Zizyphinus’ allporti Tenison Woods 1876TW76
|--‘Ziziphinus’ antoniiC64
|--‘Zizyphinus’ legrandi Tenison Woods 1876TW76
|--‘Ziziphinus’ ornatus [incl. Trochus nebulosus Forbes 1852, Z. nebulosus]H08
`--‘Zizyphinus’ punctulatusH86

Nomen nudum: Ziziphinus luridusC64

Astele (Astele) adamsi (Pilsbry 1890)KC60 [=Calliostoma adamsiKC60; incl. Trochus subcarinatus Swainson 1854 non Philippi 1843KC60, W93, *Astele subcarinataKC60, *Eutrochus subcarinatusKC60]

Calliostoma Swainson 1840DK08 [=Callisoma nec Agassiz 1846 nec Costa 1851KC60, CallistomaKC60, CallistomusKC60, Jacinthinus Monterosato 1889KC60; incl. Conulus Nardo 1841 nec Leske 1778 nec Rafinesque 1815 nec Fitzinger 1833KC60, Montagua Gray 1852 non Fleming 1828KC60, Stylotrochus Seguenza 1876 non Haeckel 1862KC60; Calliostomatini]

Calliostoma annulatum (Martyn 1784)O27 [=Trochus annulatusO27, Ziziphinus annulatusC64; incl. T. rubiginosusC64, Calliostoma virgineumC64, T. virgineus Chemnitz 1780–1795 (non-binomial)C64]

Calliostoma costatum (Martyn 1784)O27 [=Trochus costatusO27; incl. C. castaneumC64, C. filosumC64, Trochus filosusC64, C. ligatumC64, T. ligatusC64, C. modestumC64]

Calliostoma eximium Reeve 1842O27 [=Trochus eximiusC64, Ziziphinus eximiusC64; incl. Z. californicus Ad. 1851C64, Trochus versicolor Mke. 1850C64, Calliostoma versicolorC64]

Calliostoma (Salsipotens) rubiginosum (Valenciennes 1846)K90 [incl. C. australe Broderip 1835 non Lamarck 1822W93, C. broderipi Philippi 1855W93, Trochus nobilis Philippi 1849H09, W93, C. nobileH09, C. splendidus Philippi in Reeve 1863W93]

Calliostoma (Salsipotens) similarae (Reeve 1863)W93 [=Ziziphinus similarisH09, C. rubiginosum similareK90; incl. C. excellens Thiele 1930K90]

Calliostoma (*Ziziphinus) canaliculatum (Lightfoot 1786)KC60, BR17 [=Trochus canaliculatusBR17, *Ziziphinus canaliculatusBR17; incl. T. decarinatus Perry 1811C64, Callistoma doliariumC64, T. doliarius Chemnitz 1780–1795 (non-binomial)C64]

Maurea Oliver 1926P61 [=Venustas Finlay 1927P61; incl. Calliotropis Oliver 1926 non Seguenza 1903KC60, Calotropis Thiele 1931P61, Mauriella Oliver 1926KC60, Mucrinops Finlay 1927P61]

Maurea cunninghami (Griffiths & Pidgeon 1833)P61 [=Trochus cunninghamiF27, Venustas cunninghamiF27; incl. Calliostoma selectum (Chemnitz 1795) (nom. inv.)F27]

Maurea punctulata (Martyn 1784)P61 [=Trochus punctulatusDe56, Calliostoma punctulatumF27, Venustas (Mucrinops) punctulataF27; incl. C. diaphanusF27, C. grandineusF27]

Maurea spectabile (Adams 1855)P61 [=Zizyphinus spectabilisF27, Calliostoma spectabileF27, Venustas (*Mucrinops) spectabilisF27]

*Photinula coerulescens (King & Broderip 1831) [=Margarita coerulescens, *Kingotrochus coerulescens, *Photina coerulescens]KC60

*Type species of generic name indicated

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