A revision of Strombus urceus Linné, 1758

Maxwell, Stephen John (2022) A revision of Strombus urceus Linné, 1758. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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Abstract

This dissertation presents a classical revision of Strombus urceus Linne, 1758 post Abbott 1960 (Mollusca, Neostromboidae, Strombidae) and has resolved this monospecific group into twelve species. This involved a review and the presentation of novel theories in the areas of speciation, hybridisation and clade recognition.

Item ID: 77036
Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
Keywords: A. clarksoni, A. hedleyi, Altivasum, Andamanian Subprovince, Antestrombus, Aporrhaidae, Australia, C. anatellum, C. daveyi, C. esculentumm C. crassilabrum, C. geelvinkbaaiensis, C. incisum, C. manintveldi, C. urceus, C. youngorum, Canarium urceus-complex, character state, Conomurex, Coral Reef, crown clade, diktyzonos, Dimorphism, Dolomenini PhyloCode, Doxanderina, East Africa, Edpetuchistrombus, epifamily, essence, essentialism, evolution, Fiji, Gastropoda, Green Island, hybridization, Indonesia, kind, model, Mollusca, morphology, new species, nomenclature, Papua New Guinea, phenotype, phenotypic complex, Queensland, sex, size, Solomon Islands, speciation, species taxonomy, Strombidae, Strombus, Stutholariidae, synonymy, taxonomy, Thailand, Vanuatu, Vasinae, Western Atlantic, Xenophoridae
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Twenty publications arising from this thesis are stored in ResearchOnline@JCU, at the time of processing (some arise from more than one chapter). Please see the Related URLs. The publications are:

[Chapter 3]

Maxwell, S.J., Congdon, B.C., and Rymer, T.L. (2020) Essentialistic pluralism: the theory of spatio-temporal positioning of species using integrated taxonomy. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland, 124. pp. 81-97.

Maxwell, Stephen, and Dekkers, Aart (2019) A new name for Altivasum typicum Hedley,1916 fide Dekkers and Maxwell, 2018 and the description of Altivasum clarksoni n. sp. The Festivus, 51 (3). pp. 171-176.

Maxwell, Stephen J., Rymer, Tasmin L., Rowell, Misha K., Hernandez Duran, Linda C., Berschauer, David, Underdown, Michael, Petuch, Edward J., and Dekkers, Aart (2021) Defining and bringing relevance of meaning to species group-level taxa. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 134. pp. 27-28.

[Chapter 4]

Maxwell, Stephen J., Bordon, Anton V., Rymer, Tasmin L., and Congdon, Brad C. (2019) The birth of a species and the validity of hybrid nomenclature demonstrated with a revision of hybrid taxa within Strombidae (Neostromboidae). Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 132 (1). pp. 119-130.

[Chapter 5]

Maxwell, Stephen J., Dekkers, Aart M., Rymer, Tasmin L., and Congdon, Brad C. (2020) Towards resolving the American and West African Strombidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Neostromboidae) using integrated taxonomy. The Festivus, 52 (1). pp. 3-38.

[Chapter 6]

Maxwell, Stephen J., and Rymer, Tasmin L. (2022) A study of a population of Canarium (Canarium) urceus (Mollusca, Strombidae) from Nha Trang, Vietnam. Strombus, 28 (1-2). pp. 1-5.

Maxwell, Stephen J., Todd, Stephanie J., and Rymer, Tasmin L. (2022) Population structure and morphology of Canarium (Canarium) incisum and Canarium (Canarium) esculentum (Mollusca: Neostromboidae: Strombidae) from the Philippines with preliminary notes on aperture colouration based on DArTseq data. Acta Zoologica.

[Chapter 7]

Dekkers, Aart M., and Maxwell, Stephen J. (2020) An examination of the relationships between extant Dolomena Wenz, 1940, Doxander Wenz, 1940, Mirabilistrombus Kronenberg, 1998, Neodilatilabrum Dekkers, 2008 and Labiostrombus Oostingh, 1925 (Stromboidea: Neostromboidae: Strombidae). The Festivus, 52 (1). pp. 39-59.

Liverani, Virgilio, Dekkers, Aart, and Maxwell, Stephen (2021) Resolving phylogenetic and classical nomenclature: A Revision of Canarium Schumacher, 1817 (Mollusca, Neostromboidae, Strombidae). The Festivus, 53 (1). pp. 26-43.

Maxwell, Stephen J., Dekkers, Aart M., Rymer, Tasmin L., and Congdon, Brad C. (2020) Towards resolving the American and West African Strombidae (Mollusca: Gastropoda: Neostromboidae) using integrated taxonomy. The Festivus, 52 (1). pp. 3-38.

[Chapter 8]

Maxwell, Stephen J., and Rymer, Tasmin L. (2022) A study of a population of Canarium (Canarium) urceus (Mollusca, Strombidae) from Nha Trang, Vietnam. Strombus, 28 (1-2). pp. 1-5.

Maxwell, Stephen J., Rymer, Tasmin L., and Congdon, Bradley C. (2021) A theoretical composite model for population sex-specific shell size dynamics in Strombidae (Gastropoda, Neostromboidae). Journal of Natural History, 55 (41-42). pp. 2661-2672.

Maxwell, Stephen J., Todd, Stephanie J., and Rymer, Tasmin L. (2022) Population structure and morphology of Canarium (Canarium) incisum and Canarium (Canarium) esculentum (Mollusca: Neostromboidae: Strombidae) from the Philippines with preliminary notes on aperture colouration based on DArTseq data. Acta Zoologica.

Maxwell, Stephen J., Watt, Jessica, Rymer, Tasmin L., and Congdon, Bradley C. (2021) A checklist of near-shore Strombidae (Mollusca, Gastropoda, Neostromboidae) on Green Island, Queensland. Biogeographia, 36. a004.

[Chapter 10]

Dekkers, Aart M., Dekker, Henk, and Maxwell, Stephen J. (2022) Studies in Canarium urceus (Linnaeus, 1758) Part 6: A new Canarium species from the Andaman Sea (Gastropoda: Strombidae) and discussion on related species. The Festivus, 54 (1). pp. 29-35.

Dekkers, Aart, and Maxwell, Stephen (2020) Studies in Canarium urceus (Linnaeus,1758) Part 3: new species from the western Pacific (Gastropoda: Neostromboidae: Strombidae). The Festivus, 52 (4). pp. 345-358.

Liverani, Virgilio, Dekkers, Aart, and Maxwell, Stephen (2021) Resolving phylogenetic and classical nomenclature: A Revision of Canarium Schumacher, 1817 (Mollusca, Neostromboidae, Strombidae). The Festivus, 53 (1). pp. 26-43.

Maxwell, Stephen (2021) Recognising and defining new crown clades in Stromboidea Rafinesque, 1815 (Mollusca: Gastropoda) / Выявление и определение новых краун-групп в Stromboidea Rafinesque, 1815 (Mollusca: Gastropoda). Bulletin of the Russian Far East Malacological Society, 25 (1/2). pp. 9-16.

Maxwell, Stephen (2021) Registration of Neostromboidae Clades in the RegNum of the PhyloCode, and Errata. The Festivus, 53 (3). pp. 192-209.

Maxwell, Stephen, and Dekkers, Aart (2021) Studies in Canarium urceus (Linné, 1758) Part 5: a New Species from the Northern Pacific Ocean (Gastropoda: Neostromboidae: Strombidae). The Festivus, 53 (4). pp. 282-287.

Maxwell, Stephen, and Dekkers, Aart (2021) Studies in Canarium urceus (Linné, 1758) Part 4: Canarium (Canarium) orrae (Abbott, 1960) (Gastropoda: Neostromboidae: Strombidae) and a new species from the Northern Territory, Australia. The Festivus, 53 (4). pp. 270-281.

Maxwell, Stephen, and Rymer, Tasmin (2021) Are the ICZN and PhyloCode that incompatible? A summary of the shifts in Stromboidean taxonomy and the definition of two new subfamilies in Stromboidae (Mollusca, Neostromboidae). The Festivus, 53 (1). pp. 44-51.

Maxwell, Stephen J., Rymer, Tasmin L., Congdon, Bradley C., and Dekkers, Aart M. (2020) Studies in Canarium urceus (Linné, 1758) Part 2: Strombus anatellus Duclos, 1844, Strombus crassilabrum Anton, 1839, Strombus incisus Wood, 1828 and Strombus ustulatus form laevis Dodge, 1946 (Neostromboidae: Strombidae). The Festivus, 52 (4). pp. 335-344.

Maxwell, Stephen J., Rymer, Tasmin L., and Dekkers, Aart M. (2020) Canarium urceus (Linné,1758) studies part 1: the recircumscription of Strombus urceus Linné, 1758 (Neostromboidae: Strombidae). The Festivus, 52 (2). pp. 113-127.

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