Geminoropa vortex, copyright Dave Roscoe.

Belongs within: Punctoidea.

Geminoropa is an Australasian genus of small snails with a discoid shell with a flat to sunken spire and sculpture of fine radial ribs.

<==Geminoropa Iredale 1933 P61
|–G. (Geminoropa) P61
|    |–*G. (G.) antialba [=Helix antialba] P61
|    `–G. (G.) vortex (Murdoch 1897) P61
`–G. (Cavellioropa Dell 1952) P61
|–G. (*C.) subantialba (Suter 1890) [=Diplomphalus subantialba] P61
|–G. (C.) cookiana Dell 1952 P61
|–G. (C.) huttoni (Suter 1890) P61
|–G. (C.) microrhina (Suter 1909) P61
|–G. (C.) moussoni (Suter 1890) P61
|–G. (C.) oconnori (Dell 1950) P61
`–G. (C.) spelaea (Powell 1928) P61

*Type species of generic name indicated


[P61] Powell, A. W. B. 1961. Shells of New Zealand: An illustrated handbook 4th ed. Whitcombe and Tombs Limited: Christchurch.

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