Notes regarding certain fossil shells occurring at Table Cape, supposed to be identical with living species
Johnston, Robert Mackenzie (1884) Notes regarding certain fossil shells occurring at Table Cape, supposed to be identical with living species. Papers & Proceedings of the Royal Society of Tasmania . pp. 199-200.
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A full description of the Table Cape species as follows:
-Pectunculus M'Coyi, Johnston.—Pectunculus laticostatus
of Tenison Woods and Prof. M'Coy. This shell, hitherto,
has erroneously been referred to P. laticostatus, Quoy.
It is very abundant in the Table Cape beds and is identical
in every respect with specimens of the same age received from
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